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CHAMPIONSHIP COVERAGE

HEADLINES

  • Top Dogs! UConn Outlasts Kentucky, 60-54, to Win Fourth National Championship

    Shabazz Napier Named Most Outstanding Player
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  • Huskies Off to Championship Game After Upsetting Florida

    The University of Connecticut men's basketball team took another step to its fourth NCAA title on Saturday with a 63-54 win over Florida in a Final Four semifinal at AT&T Stadium before a crowd of 79,444. Connecticut now plays Kentucky for this year's championship on Monday at 9:10 p.m.
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  • Napier Wins 2014 Bob Cousy Award

    The Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame announced today that UConn senior Shabazz Napier (Roxbury, Mass.) is the winner of the 2014 Bob Cousy Collegiate Point Guard of the Year Award. This annual honor is given to college basketball's top point guard and is named after Hall of Famer and former Boston Celtics guard Bob Cousy.
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  • UConn Advances to Final Four with 60-54 Win Over Michigan State

    Senior guard Shabazz Napier (Roxbury, Mass.) scored 17 of his 25 points in the second half to lead the University of Connecticut men's basketball team to a 60-54 victory over Michigan State in the East Region final of the NCAA Championship on Sunday before a crowd of 19,449 at Madison Square Garden.
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  • Daniels Leads UConn Past Iowa State To Elite Eight

    University of Connecticut junior forward DeAndre Daniels (Los Angeles, Calif.) was going to keep getting the ball from his teammates until he cooled off. By the time that happened, it was too late for Iowa State. Daniels scored 19 of his 27 points in the second half to lead UConn to an 81-76 victory over Iowa State on Friday night in the East Regional Semifinals of the NCAA Championship at Madison Square Garden before a crowd of 19,314.
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  • UConn Knocks Off Villanova 77-65, Advances To Sweet 16

    In a span of three days, senior guard Shabazz Napier (Roxbury, Mass.) and UConn knocked out both Philadelphia schools in the NCAA tournament. Now, the seventh-seeded Huskies are off to the East Regional semifinals in New York City.
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  • UConn Advances To Third Round With Win Over Saint Joseph's in OT, 89-81

    With Jim Calhoun watching from the stands, University of Connecticut senior guard Shabazz Napier (Roxbury, Mass.) capped Connecticut coach Kevin Ollie's first NCAA tournament appearance with a win. Junior guard Ryan Boatright (17 points) was one of four Huskies in double-figures Thursday against Saint Joseph's. Shaking off a 23-foot miss at the second-half buzzer, Napier scored nine of his 24 points in overtime to lead seventh-seeded UConn (27-8) to an 89-81 win over 10th-seeded Saint Joseph's (24-10) in the second round of the NCAA tournament on Thursday night.
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DID YOU KNOW?

  • Joining an Elite Group

    With UConn's 2014 national championship, the Huskies joins an elite group of six schools that have won four of more NCAA titles. Those schools, besides UConn, include UCLA (11), Kentucky (8), Indiana (5), North Carolina (5) and Duke (4).
  • Best Final Four Winning Percentage Ever

    UConn now has a Final Four record of 8-1, with two wins in the national championship years of 1999, 2004, 2011 and 2014. The Huskies only Final Four loss was in 2009 in the national semifinals. UConn's 88.9 Final Four winning percentage is the best in history -- easily outdistancing North Carolina state at 83.3.
  • Two Championships in Two Days

    The UConn women's basketball won the NCAA Championship on Tuesday night against Notre Dame in Nashville. The Huskies won both national titles – just like they did in 2004. UConn's 2004 and 2014 double titles are the only time that has happened in NCAA history.

TOURNAMENT IN PHOTOS


Click the thumbnails below to view galleries from each event, or click here to view all galleries from the 2013-14 season.
NCAA Championship Game
UConn 60, Kentucky 54
NCAA Semifinal
UConn 63, Florida 53
Final Four Practice Day 3
Huskies Attend NCAA Salute & Bracket Town
Final Four Practice Day 2
Huskies Arrive in Texas
NCAA Elite Eight
UConn 60, Michigan State 54
NCAA Sweet 16
UConn 81, Iowa State 76
Sweet 16 Preparation in New York
NCAA Round of 32
UConn 77, Villanova 65
NCAA Second Round
UConn 89, Saint Joseph's 81 (OT)
Huskies Arrive in Buffalo