Final Four

Huskies, Irish to square off in Final Four rematch

Huskies, Irish to square off in Final Four rematch

“I just remember watching the Final Four game last year and I just remember being hurt for my future teammates,” Williams said. “So for me to have the opportunity to play in a game like that, I was just really excited. That’s why I came to UConn – to play in those games.”

Column: Four things I’m excited for in the Final Four

Column: Four things I’m excited for in the Final Four

Moretti seduced me further in that he considered UConn, and I have tracked him ever since. But he is more than just an enjoyable ethnic side, he is a certified hooper. Those who watched the Red Raiders saw him drain two humongous 3-pointers down the stretch as Texas Tech gutted out a victory.

Women’s Basketball: Huskies headed to Tampa for 12th straight Final Four

Women’s Basketball: Huskies headed to Tampa for 12th straight Final Four

“We had made a decision, we weren't going to (double team),” Geno Auriemma said. “We said we are not going to double. We are going to let Asia (Durr) get what she gets and just make her work as hard as possible to get those (shots). We just decided we cannot live with 11 made 3s like we did last time.”

Final Four: No. 1 seeds UConn, Notre Dame renew rivalry on nation’s biggest stage

Final Four: No. 1 seeds UConn, Notre Dame renew rivalry on nation’s biggest stage

COLUMBUS - For the fifth time since the turn of the millenium, UConn and Notre Dame will face off in the women’s basketball Final Four. The Fighting Irish hold a 3-1 advantage in those games, but the Huskies emerged victorious in the most recent Final Four matchup on their way to the 2013 title.

Final Four Bound: UConn demolishes No. 2 South Carolina to clinch 11th straight Final Four berth

Final Four Bound: UConn demolishes No. 2 South Carolina to clinch 11th straight Final Four berth

ALBANY – The past two national champions, UConn and South Carolina, faced off Monday night for a chance to go to the Final Four. Both women’s basketball programs have been dominant over the past several years, but this night belonged to UConn, as the Huskies annihilated the Gamecocks in a 94-65 victory.

Field Hockey: UConn’s drive for five heads to its final stop

Field Hockey: UConn’s drive for five heads to its final stop

A crowd of over 200 milled around the Jonathan statue outside Gampel Pavilion on Wednesday morning. All eyes were on the UConn field hockey team as they took in their last moments on campus before departing for the Final Four in Louisville, Kentucky.

It was a send-off worthy of a team that has yet to lose this season and is about to fight for the program’s fifth national championship title this weekend.