American Athletic Conference

Women’s Lacrosse: Huskies drop AAC opener despite late rally

Women’s Lacrosse: Huskies drop AAC opener despite late rally

The UConn women’s lacrosse team outscored Cincinnati 8-2 in the final 20 minutes of the game, but it wasn’t enough to erase a big early deficit. The Huskies would fall 11-9 in their first American Athletic Conference matchup of the season on Saturday afternoon.  

Editorial: Enough is enough, get UConn out of the AAC

Editorial: Enough is enough, get UConn out of the AAC

 Whether this means moving to the new Big East (and effectively dropping Division I football) or finding a way into a Power 5 conference such as the Atlantic Coastal Conference (ACC) or the Big Ten, UConn Athletics must leave the AAC.

Women’s Basketball: UConn gets back on track; stifles ECU at home

Women’s Basketball: UConn gets back on track; stifles ECU at home

HARTFORD -- The UConn women’s basketball team enjoys a good home-cookin’. With the crowd behind them, sleeping in their own bed and sticking to a familiar routine, the Huskies are virtually unstoppable. That was the case Wednesday night against ECU.

Men’s Basketball: Road woes continue, Jalen injured in blowout at Temple

Men’s Basketball: Road woes continue, Jalen injured in blowout at Temple

Tangled between two Temple defenders reaching for a rebound, Jalen Adams twisted to the ground with his leg pinned down by the two Owls. He could barely get up and had to be helped off the court, and was ruled out for the game shortly after with a sprained MCL.

Men’s Basketball Around the American: Cincinnati rides 7-game winning streak

Men’s Basketball Around the American: Cincinnati rides 7-game winning streak

As the fall semester is coming to a close for students, college basketball is just hitting its stride as most teams have played eight games at this point. While there is still time for growth, the power amongst The American has seemingly been set, with two of the top teams already carrying sizeable winning streaks.

Around the American: Basketball pre-season wraps up

Around the American: Basketball pre-season wraps up

Cincinnati 68-41 Tusculum: 

Our consensus No. 1 in the conference pick, Cincinnati, pulled away with 40 points during the second half in their final tune-up of the season. The Bearcats had a strong overall performance; not a single player on the roster had a negative plus/minus, with Tre Scott leading the game at a plus/minus of 27. Guard Cane Broome led with 15 points and five boards. 

Men’s Soccer: No. 20 Huskies take on Tulsa in regular season finale

Men’s Soccer: No. 20 Huskies take on Tulsa in regular season finale

The Huskies currently sit in third place in the American Athletic Conference, and while it’s a longshot, they could still wind up with the No. 1 seed in the conference tournament—but they must take care of business against the Golden Hurricane. 

Husky Hoopla: Breakdown of Men's AAC Teams

Husky Hoopla: Breakdown of Men's AAC Teams

Check out our projection for the 2018-2019 American Men’s Basketball season

Husky Hoopla: Top Contenders for Men's Basketball

Husky Hoopla: Top Contenders for Men's Basketball

College basketball is back! UConn is looking to take a step in the right direction on the men’s side with Dan Hurley in charge. In a wide-open American Conference, anything could happen. Here's a look at the conference’s top contenders for the upcoming season.