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The UConn Fast Break - 4/12/21
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The latest UConn athletics news
Isaiah Whaley returning to UConn men’s basketball for grad year in move that further improves program’s promising future:
Despite Final Four defeat, UConn women’s basketball has reason to celebrate after dominating social media during March Madness:
UConn men’s basketball on positive trajectory heading into 2021-22 season with Isaiah Whaley expected to be one of college basketball’s top defenders
Underwhelming UConn men’s soccer season ends suddenly due to COVID-19 issues while strong women’s squad qualifies for Big East Championship:
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Ben Casparius dazzled on Friday, taking down lots of Hoyas by way of the K:
Adama Sanogo putting in work to be bigger and better next season:
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Photos of UConn’s finest
Patience pays off for playoff-bound UConn women’s soccer team:
Find out what UConn coaches are up to on and off the court
Geno puts Final Four loss in perspective and knows UConn women’s basketball in good shape for immediate future with these recruiting riches:
UConn baseball’s come-from-behind win over Bryant leaves Coach Penders disappointed with team’s overall play despite positive end result:
Big League Buzz
Catch up on former UConn players working across the sports world
Sue Bird discusses Draymond Green’s controversial comments about women’s sports then shifts her focus to upcoming WNBA season and league’s newly-released anniversary uniforms that have her more than excited:
Katie Lou Samuelson dishes on her favorite kicks:
Revisit special moments in UConn sports history
Behold the birth of the Sixth Borough:
UConn men’s basketball and Sparty compare equipment collections:
You can’t spell dynasty without DT:
Find out when and how to watch the Huskies in action this week
UConn Women’s Soccer:
*The semifinal round of the Big East Women’s Soccer Championship begins on Friday, Apr. 16 with UConn playing Butler @ 5 p.m.; the game will be available to stream on the Big East Digital Network; with a victory, the Huskies would advance to the final on Sunday, Apr. 18 @ 11 a.m. against the winner of the other semifinal between Creighton and Georgetown; the championship game will be televised on FS1
A parting sentiment from The UConn Fast Break team
Thanks for the memories and best of luck at the next level, James: