Fuller powers baseball past Irish

by Steve Hamel May 26, 2011

UConn pitcher Matt Barnes had to pitch out of jams in both the second and fifth innings Wednesday night after errors by third baseman Ryan Fuller allowed Notre Dame hitters to reach base during the first round of the Big East baseball tournament. The table turned in the eighth inning, when it was Barnes needed [...]

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Baseball enters Big East tourney as top seed

by Steve Hamel May 24, 2011

The 2011 Big East baseball tournament kicks off Wednesday and for the first time, the Huskies enter the tournament as the number one seed. UConn clinched the Big East regular season title with a 22-5 conference record, 3.5 games ahead of second place St. John’s. Juniors Matt Barnes and George Springer lead the Huskies in [...]

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UConn Off Season Report

by Dylan Clark May 5, 2011

Some would say it is very counter intuitive to be too busy to write since the national title, but then all of a sudden find yourself with more time than you even know what to do with during finals week. Well that’s where I find myself (I can’t possibly bring myself to study anymore oceanography.) [...]

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#7 “Tough, and Clutch”

by Matthew Farrell May 3, 2011

On this Martin Luther King Day matinee against Villanova, Kemba Walker hit one of the biggest shots at Gampel Pavilion in recent memory. And yet I could only put it at #7 on this list of season moments—that just shows what a special year 2010-2011 was. I’ll remember this game for a long time since [...]

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Todman Slips, But Four Huskies Drafted

by Mike Grant May 1, 2011

This was not a particularly joyous draft for the UConn football program.  Look, anytime you have  four players drafted, you have to be happy, but two of the Huskies very best players, Lawrence Wilson and Jordan Todman were near afterthoughts yesterday.  19 running backs were chosen before San Diego pulled the trigger on Big East Player of [...]

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