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Field Hockey: Huskies with chance to clinch Big East against Liberty 

Field Hockey: Huskies with chance to clinch Big East against Liberty 

A loss for the No. 3 team in the country never sits well. A loss against a school rival hurts that much more. The UConn field hockey team will look to put a shootout loss to Syracuse firmly behind it when it travels to take on No. 17 Liberty with the Big East regular season title on the line. 

Field Hockey: Huskies clinch Big East regular season title

Field Hockey: Huskies clinch Big East regular season title

The UConn field hockey team clinched the regular season Big East title with a 6-1 victory over No. 19 Liberty on Thursday evening at the George J Sherman Family Sports Complex. The win improved the Huskies to 6-0 in Big East play and 6-3 against ranked opponents.

Field Hockey: Huskies to face Liberty and Boston University

Field Hockey: Huskies to face Liberty and Boston University

Sunday’s opponent, No. 24 Boston University, is fresh off a 3-2 overtime victory at Bucknell. Petra Hall and Ailsa Connolly have paced the Terriers (8-5) with 14 points each. Goalkeeper Kathleen Keegan is conceding 1.96 goals per game with a .569 save rate.

Field Hockey: 14-0 Huskies blank Liberty in weekend match-up

Field Hockey: 14-0 Huskies blank Liberty in weekend match-up

It’s been a storybook season so far for the Huskies as they continue to go undefeated and remain the no. 1 team in the nation. Their 3-0 shutout victory over Big East competitor Liberty on Saturday improved their conference win streak to 22 games. Multiple members of the UConn offense contributed to this victory, and are now outscoring their opponents 69-9 on the season.

Monarchy and liberty

Monarchy and liberty

The role of the monarchy in the United Kingdom has evolved (for the better) since the passage of the Bill of Rights 1689, which asserted the rights of parliament and limited the power of the monarch. Today, the head of state is effectively the prime minister, not the Queen, and the laws are debated by the parliament, not the Royal Family. So, what is the role of the monarch in present times?