UConn Women's Basketball stories in the SI Vault

The Post With The Most By Rick Telander, March 20, 1995 Writer's cramp may be all that can stop Rebecca Lobo, No. 1 UConn's fan favorite.

Storybook Ending By Austin Murphy, April 10, 1995 Trailing Tennessee late, unbeaten Connecticut got into gear in time to conclude a charmed season.

Style Points By Kelli Anderson, November 20, 2000 No matter how she wears her hair, UConn's two-time All-America forward, Svetlana Abrosimova, has the look of a winner.

UConn's Flashy Finish By Frank Deford, April 19, 2004 Connecticut's Diana Taurasi capped her matchless career -- and her team's strange year -- with a three-peat. So what's next?

Ready For Moore? By Kelli Anderson, November 17, 2008 Last season Connecticut forward Maya Moore put together the most magnificent freshman campaign in women's hoops history. Now the hypercompetitive Husky has set her sights on a national title.

Making A Run At Perfection By Kelli Anderson, March 22, 2010 Connecticut's fourth undefeated season isn't enough for coach Geno Auriemma. No, he won't be satisfied until his Huskies deliver 40 minutes of mistake-free basketball.

Don't Hate The Husky By Alexander Wolff, April 19, 2010 History tells us that the UConn dynasty is the best thing that could happen to women's hoops.

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