by Matt Kren • December 2, 2016 • 6:18 A.M.
The game was close for the first 84 seconds; as UConn proceeded to score 37 points in the first quarter to blow open the game. The No. 2 ranked Huskies defeated the No. 15 DePaul Blue Demons by a score of 91-46, behind junior Kia Nurse’s career high 33 points, for their 81st straight win and their sixth to start the season.
“Today we stayed disciplined, we had a goal and we stuck with it,” junior guard Gabby Williams said.
Jeremy Teitelbaum currently serves as the dean of the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences and has since 2008. He will begin as interim provost and executive vice president for academic affairs at the beginning of February, when Choi will step down to begin his new position as the president of the University of Missouri.
UConn must prioritize the building of the new recreation center in order to adequately serve students and be completed by the promised time.
Terrible timing, a dose of debauchery and scheming spouses collide to create an evening of laughter for Connecticut Repertory Theatre’s production of Georges Feydeau’s Parisian farce “An Absolute Turkey.”
There is no clear favorite to win the American Athletic Conference this season in men’s basketball, as this will be another tight season where the standings are not decided until the last weekend.
With UConn losing three All-Americans last year, all eyes will be on the team to see how they perform without Breanna Stewart, Moriah Jefferson and Morgan Tuck.
Our basketball beat writers answered some questions on what they’re looking forward to most this season.
The University of Connecticut Huskies men’s basketball team is back in action 7:00 p.m. Friday night as they take on the Wagner College Seahawks at Gampel Pavilion.
Geno Auriemma has done it again.
When the UConn women’s basketball team takes the court this season, there will be a new look to their starting five.
This team, with a nice mix of different scoring weapons, is going to be dangerous if they can put their talents together and gel on the court. If they can do that, this team should win a lot of games and go deep into the NCAA tournament.
Breanna Stewart is looking to set history in her senior season by becoming the first player to win four national championships in a row. The senior forward has done it all and then some during her time at the University of Connecticut.
There are a lot of reasons UConn fans should be excited about this season, because Storrs, Connecticut once again has a Final Four-caliber men’s basketball team playing in Gampel Pavilion, writes Kyle Constable.
Associate Sports Editor Dan Madigan got in touch with Adam Bronfin, a sophomore from Cornell who covered the Big Red’s basketball team last season for the Cornell Sun, for a first-hand look of what UConn fans should expect from Shonn Miller this season.