UConn Football & Basketball Game Replays

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Men’s Basketball: 2012-2013 Season

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Fantastic year. I’m sad that it’s over with, but I’m very happy and satisfied with this team, what they gave me. Starting in Germany – even starting way before that – but let’s go with Germany. Then come back here and play Vermont and then go over to the Virgin Islands and play three games in three nights. That Quinnipiac game I knew I had something special, because we had a double overtime and then we came back and played that championship game and had a chance to beat New Mexico and I was, like, “Man, this team is going to be something special.” The resolve, the resilience they showed, the dedication they showed through the ups and downs, through all the changes. Me having a five-month contract. Them sticking together. Through the pain, I always say, there is going to be promise.

I couldn’t be happier for this group. Hopefully, they stay together because the future is so bright. We’re going into a new conference. I love my AD. I love his passion. I love my president. And I’m just along for the ride. I know they’re going to take us to great places, and I just can’t wait. And the team that we’ve got coming in, too. The freshmen we’ve got coming in, it’s just going to be a great ride.

This game was wonderful because it showed that if you believe, anything is possible. And they believed.

Getting 20 wins was one of our goals. Winning the Big East was one of our goals, and we didn’t accomplish that. But those are superficial goals. But the goals that I really want to talk about this team was the goal of being the best attitude team in America. They were the best attitude team in America. ” – Kevin Ollie, after UConn defeated Providence in overtime at the end of the 2012-2013 season.

You can watch every game of the 2012-2013 season here.

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Women’s Basketball: 1/18/2015 – UConn vs. USF

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The UConn Huskies continue to turn their conference games into easy wins.

Moriah Jefferson scored 15 points, added seven assists and grabbed six rebounds as the Huskies routed South Florida 92-50 on Sunday.

So far this season the Huskies have beaten their conference opponents by an average of 45.8 points. Last season UConn went 18-0 in the American Athletic Conference’s first year and won the conference tournament.

“I don’t know that it would change no matter what conference we were in,” UConn coach Geno Auriemma said. “We have some pretty good teams in our league. It’s just that sometimes, with us being in the league, they don’t get a chance to show it.”

South Florida came into the game riding an eight-game winning streak and was tied with the Huskies atop the standings. That didn’t last long.

“I don’t know that when people play against us it’s a fair test or fair evaluation of who they are,” said Auriemma, whose team also has routed the likes of Notre Dame and Duke this season and has won 62 of its last 63 games.

Kaleena Mosqueda-Lewis led UConn (16-1, 6-0) with 18 points while Breanna Stewart had 17 points and 10 rebounds. Morgan Tuck added 15 points. MORE.

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Men’s Basketball: 1/13/2015 – UConn at Tulsa

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James Woodard scored 21 points as Tulsa held off a rally by UConn for a 66-58 victory in the first-ever meeting as American Conference foes.

Shaquille Harrison scored 11 of his 12 points in the second half to give Tulsa (11-5, 4-0) its sixth straight win.

“Our focus was outstanding,” Tulsa coach Frank Haith said. “I thought our guys competed on both ends of the court, played with tremendous toughness and there was no letup throughout the game. We’re not a great shooting team and have to hang our hat on the defense.”

Harrison’s rare 3-pointer pushed Tulsa’s lead to 62-49 with 2:58 to play.

Trailing 55-39, UConn rallied behind the shooting of Daniel Hamilton. He made a trio of 3-pointers down the stretch, the last of which pulled the Huskies within 62-55 with 2:08 left.

Hamilton scored 16 points and grabbed 12 rebounds for UConn (9-6, 2-2). Terrence Samuel had 12 points and Amida Brimah added 11. Leading scorer Ryan Boatright was held to eight points. MORE.

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Women’s Basketball: 1/14/2015 – UConn vs. Temple

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No. 2 UConn prevented Temple from scoring a basket in the lane in the first half Wednesday while making layup after layup on the other end of the floor.

The result was a 92-58 rout by the Huskies in which the defending national champions outscore Temple 56-8 in the paint.

Connecticut’s post players led the way. Morgan Tuck scored 24 points and Breanna Stewart had 18 for the Huskies (15-1, 5-0 American). Kaleena Mosqueda-Lewis added 17 points and 10 rebounds.

“They know if they are working really hard and they are aggressive and they want the ball, they are going to get it and they are going to get it every time,” UConn coach Geno Auriemma said. “We’re not going to not throw it to them just because we haven’t shot the ball from the 3-point line yet.”

UConn has won 60 of its last 61 games and has not lost a conference game since the inception of the American Athletic Conference last season. UConn is 23-0 in regular-season conference games, and won the inaugural conference tournament. MORE.

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Women’s Basketball: 1/11/2015 – UConn at SMU

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Kaleena Mosqueda-Lewis didn’t take long to break Diana Taurasi’s UConn career record for 3-pointers on Sunday.

Mosqueda-Lewis hit the record-breaking shot from the top of the 3-point circle just 3:18 into the game. That started a 21-0 run, and the second-ranked Huskies beat SMU 86-29.

The lead grew to as many as 65 points at 74-9 when UConn scored the first 27 points of the second half. Kiara Perry made a 3-pointer with 7:41 to play to break the Mustangs’ scoring drought.

“It was like there was a lid on the basket,” SMU coach Rhonda Rompola said.

Mosqueda-Lewis scored eight points in 21 minutes and added one more 3-pointer for a career total of 320 in 118 games. Taurasi made 318 in 144 games at UConn. MORE.

The replay of this game includes SNY’s pregame and postgame show. Check out the box score below and watch the replay here.

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Men’s Basketball: 1/10/2015 – UConn vs. Cincinnati

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UConn guards combined to score 46 points, and the Huskies tightened up their defense in the second half to win for the fifth time in six games.

Ryan Boatright led the way with 18 points and eight assists as the defending national champions held off Cincinnati 62-56 on Saturday. Omar Calhoun added 12 points and Rodney Purvis had 11 for the Huskies (9-5, 2-1 American).

Troy Caupain had 14 points to lead Cincinnati (11-4, 2-1), which lost for the first time in five games. MORE.

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Women’s Basketball: 1/7/2015 – UConn vs. Tulsa

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Entering the game, Kaleena Mosqueda-Lewis had not hit a 3-pointer in her past two games.

She ended that drought quickly on Wednesday night to tie Diana Taurasi’s career record at UConn.

The Huskies finished with 13 3-pointers and routed the Golden Hurricane 98-60 in the first meeting between the teams.

Mosqueda Lewis has 318 3-pointers in 117 games. It took Taurasi 144 games to reach the mark.

“I don’t think I’ll ever be at Diana’s level in anything except for this, so I’ll take it and keep going, because she can’t come back and do anything about it,” joked Mosqueda-Lewis who had 3 3-pointers on Wednesday.

Moriah Jefferson scored 22 points and Morgan Tuck added 21 points to lead No. 2 UConn (13-1, 3-0 American) to its 12th consecutive win after a November loss at Stanford. MORE.

Check out the box score below and watch the replay here.

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Men’s Basketball: 1/6/2015 – UConn at South Florida

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Defending national champion Connecticut passed its first real road test of the season.

Rebounding from losing its American Athletic Conference opener at home, the Huskies completed a successful road swing through the Sunshine State with a 58-44 victory over South Florida on Tuesday night.

Amida Brimah scored 13 points and Ryan Boatright added 10 for UConn (8-5, 1-1), which played its first true road game over the weekend at Florida.

The Huskies also overcame a slow start against the Gators to wipe out a 13-point, second-half deficit and win a rematch of one of last season’s national semifinals 63-59.

A pretty good way to start 2015 after falling to Temple in overtime on New Year’s Eve.

“Definitely a business trip for us,” UConn coach Kevin Ollie said after another solid defensive performance. “Shows the resolve of a champion. They’re starting to believe now.” MORE.

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Women’s Basketball: 1/4/2015 – UConn at St. John’s (Maggie Dixon Classic)

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Geno Auriemma always loves bringing his UConn Huskies to Madison Square Garden.

Sunday had extra meaning for the Hall of Fame coach. When No. 2 UConn beat St. John’s 70-54, the event served as a chance to honor the legacy of Maggie Dixon along with 40 years of women’s basketball at the Garden.

The annual women’s doubleheader at MSG is named after former Army coach Maggie Dixon, who died of heart arrhythmia in 2006 at age 28. The opener Sunday was a rematch between Immaculata and Queens College, the first women’s game ever played at the Garden 40 years ago. Queens College won 76-60 on Sunday.

“It’s always good to play here, but it’s not just a regular-season game,” Auriemma said. “It’s more personal, I think. My relationship with the (Dixon) family … it means a lot to me. I think it’s good that we can keep it going, keep her memory alive.”

Junior forward Breanna Stewart led UConn with 18 points, 11 rebounds and six blocks in the ninth annual Maggie Dixon Classic. Morgan Tuck scored 23 points for the Huskies (12-1), while Moriah Jefferson added 16. MORE.

Check out the box score below and watch the replay here.

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