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Wednesday, December 21, 2011

UConn returns to the court

If there is one statistic which best describes the sustainability and dominance of the UConn women's basketball program it is that the Huskies have not lost consecutive games since 1993. In other words, the players the Connecticut coaches are currently recruiting were not even both the last time the Huskies had a losing streak.

With that in mind, we don't often get to write about UConn losing games or how the Huskies plan to rebound from a loss. I was given that opportunity and my advance for tonight's game against Charleston is focused on how the players and coaches compare last year's season at Stanford to the one on Sunday at Baylor.

Speaking of Charleston, they are pulling out all the stops for tonight's game. According to a story in today's Charleston Post and Courier, former Charleston stars Regina Brown Hall and Lisa Washington will have banners in their own raised to the rafters at TD Arena at halftime. Before the game Charleston's AIAW powerhouse teams in the early 1980s will be recognized as will Kalana Greene, the only player from South Carolina to suit up for the Huskies and other dignitaries with ties to South Carolina.

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