Women’s Basketball: Huskies crush No. 20 Cal in home opener

Women’s Basketball: Huskies crush No. 20 Cal in home opener

Katie Lou Samuelson’s foot injury was the only damper on a great night for the UConn women’s basketball program. On “Lobo Night,” a night honoring Rebecca Lobo’s induction to the Hall of Fame, the No. 1 Huskies dominated No. 20 Cal 82-47 in their home opener at Gampel Pavilion.

The politician’s economy

The politician’s economy

The tax code should, in theory, work together with the United States Federal Reserve (the Fed) to help keep the economy within a steady range of balanced growth. The economy is cyclical in nature. It tends to always grow but at times the rate of growth is intense and at times the rate of growth is decreasing (recessionary).

Volleyball: UConn opens home stand against USF and UCF

Volleyball: UConn opens home stand against USF and UCF

The Huskies (11-17, 4-12) volleyball team is coming off two losses against Tulsa and SMU, but look to fight hard against USF (11-15, 6-10) Friday at 4 p.m. and UCF (15-13, 8-8) Sunday at 12 p.m. in Storrs.

In a season that has had many ups and downs, UConn has had one constant who has led the team throughout the year. The Huskies head coach Kris Grunwald said junior Emma Turner has been invaluable to the team.

Football: UConn vs. Boston College preview capsule

Football: UConn vs. Boston College preview capsule

Time and Place: 7 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 18 at Fenway Park in Boston, Massachusetts.

Where to Watch: ESPNU, channel 67 on Storrs TV listings.

Last Meeting: Boston College won 30-0 last season, on Nov. 19 in Chestnut Hill. The Eagles hold the all-time series advantage, 11-0-2.