On a cold, wet, nasty afternoon in Storrs, the UConn women’s lacrosse team celebrated the careers of their seven seniors before their matchup with the No. 18 team in the country.
Despite the Bulls losing key scorers to season-ending injuries earlier in the season, the Huskies struggled to put up points in the first half. The offensive struggles may have been due to senior Katie Lou Samuelson sitting out the matchup as she was suffering from back spasms resulting from an injury she sustained on Saturday afternoon when the Huskies took on Houston.
Well, we’re a week into October and a good portion into the 2018 college football season, so you all know what that means. It’s time for all the American teams who were overlooked and/or disrespected prior to the season to start popping up in the Top 25 and get their due, despite it being too late in the season for people to overcome the initial anchoring effect of their omission.
The UConn women’s soccer team lost 0-4 to USF on Thursday night. The team is now 2-10 on the season and 0-3 in The American. After the game, UConn’s head coach Margaret Rodriguez discussed the takeaways she took from the loss. “I think South Florida is a class team,” Rodriguez said. “I think they’re good but I believe we competed in moments.