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Latest Geno Auriemma Items
Coach Geno Auriemma always preached that championships are what his Connecticut Huskies chase, not streaks.
No. 1 Connecticut has cleared key reserve guard Lorin Dixon to play in its showdown at ninth-ranked Stanford.
Top-ranked Connecticut's record 90-game winning streak in women's basketball ended Thursday night when No. 9 Stanford outplayed the Huskies from the start in a 71-59 victory at Maples Pavilion — where the Cardinal have their own streak going.
Top-ranked Connecticut owns the 90-game winning streak that started after a loss to Stanford in the 2008 NCAA semifinals. The Cardinal have their own impressive streak: 51 consecutive victories on their home floor in Maples Pavilion.
WNBA standout and former UConn star Diana Taurasi tested positive for a mild stimulant while playing in a pro league in Turkey, her lawyer told The Associated Press on Thursday night.
All the excitement that came with eclipsing the UCLA men's mark of 88-straight wins has quieted down, and top-ranked Connecticut presses on. The next significant milestone is an even 100, and after that, another national title.
Men's teams. Women's teams. No. 89 belongs to UConn. It beats them all.
With a minute left, Maya Moore stood up on the bench and whirled a towel above her head, the grin on her face so bright it could light up all of Connecticut.
UCLA's 88-game winning streak had just been snapped by Notre Dame in 1974 when Bruins coach John Wooden was asked how long it would be before somebody beat the streak.