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.
Men's teams. Women's teams. No. 89 belongs to UConn. It beats them all.
Betty and Jonathan Hutchinson traveled 4,000 miles by plane and train to Eastern Europe for the women's world basketball championships, eager to watch Diana Taurasi, Sue Bird and anyone else with ties to the University of Connecticut.
Despite a wealth of talent on the U.S. women's basketball roster, only three players have world championship experience.
Geno Auriemma is relieved the women's basketball world championship is finally set to begin. Now he simply can focus on the games.
Geno Auriemma is a master motivator.
It's been a whirlwind few days for Sue Bird and Swin Cash.
Averaging 28 points per game in the playoffs, Atlanta Dream second-year forward Angel McCoughtry has the numbers worthy of playing in the WNBA finals spotlight.
The Seattle Storm got off to such a dominant start, they clinched the top spot in the Western Conference before the end of July.