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The UConn Fast Break - 12/14/20
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Photos of UConn’s finest
The best pets deserve the best seats in the house:
Find out what UConn coaches are up to on and off the court
Coach Cavanaugh excited for UConn men’s hockey to get their game on after coronavirus outbreaks on opposing teams gave them too much time off
Freshly-released from his squad’s second run-in with COVID, Coach Hurley is becoming a pro at navigating the Xs and Os of pausing his program:
Just in case you’re wondering what Dan has adorning his walls during calls:
Big League Buzz
Catch up on former UConn players working across the sports world
Renee Montgomery receives invite to join The IX advisory board and appears on Darius Butler’s show to promote her newly-launched podcast:
UConn baseball alumnus C.J. Dandeneau trying his hand in professional world while waiting for baseball to return
Andre Blake earns a well-deserved honor from his Philly teammates:
Revisit special moments in UConn sports history
We’re hoping Homefield Apparel picks up right where Hatfields left off:
There’s nothing better than a vintage Big East battle:
Losing isn’t an option. Simple as that:
Enjoy classic recommendations from the UConn sports vault
Entering the 2000 campaign, UConn men’s soccer was eager to start its fourth season with Ray Reid at the helm and looking to make some serious noise on the national scene. The Huskies skated through Big East play, going 14-2-2 on their way to the regular-season conference title. After losing in overtime to Seton Hall in the Big East Tournament final, UConn rattled off four-straight wins to make it to the national championship game against Creighton. The Huskies would go on to beat the Blue Jays 2-0 to claim their second NCAA national championship (third overall) and finish their season with a record of 20-3-2.
Rekindle the magic of that historic victory with these highlights:
Cause We Care
Learn about non-profits and causes worthy of UConn Nation’s support
UConn legend Chris Smith will be sharing his WearYaMask message with national audiences tomorrow morning on the Today Show! Make sure to tune-in to see the leading scorer in UConn men’s basketball history kick it with the one and only Al Roker and check out the WearYaMask website to gear up on fashionable face masks and fresh tees today!
One more glimpse of UConn glory
After being set to simmer while the team was on time-out, the “Cauldron of Intensity” will undoubtedly be boiling now that the boys are back: