• Undefeated, Unrivaled! Huskies Top Irish, 79-58, to Claim Record-Breaking Ninth NCAA Title

    Breanna Stewart scored 21 points and Stefanie Dolson added 17 points and 16 rebounds to help UConn beat Notre Dame 79-58 on Tuesday night, giving coach Geno Auriemma and the Huskies a record ninth national championship. Auriemma passed Pat Summitt for the most titles all-time and capped off the school's fifth undefeated season in unprecedented fashion. The game was the first title matchup between two unbeatens in the history of college basketball.
  • UConn Back in Title Game, Beats Stanford 75-56

    The Connecticut Huskies are back in a very familiar position, undefeated and playing for a national championship. They'll be going for an unprecedented ninth national championship after Breanna Stewart scored 18 points and the Huskies advanced to another title game with a 75-56 win against Stanford on Sunday night. anticipated championship showdown of undefeated teams.
  • UConn Women Top Aggies 69-54, Head to Final Four

    Connecticut advanced to the women's Final Four for the seventh straight year with a 69-54 victory against Texas A&M on Monday night.
  • Five Women's Hoops Players Garner AP All-American Recognition

    For the first time since the 2001-02 season and the second time in program history, five Huskies have earned All-American recognition from the Associated Press as announced by the organization Tuesday morning.
  • Unbeaten UConn Defeats BYU, Advances to Elite Eight

    For the first half, UConn received an unexpected challenge from BYU. But the Huskies took control in the second half and pulled away for another win. Kaleena Mosqueda-Lewis had 19 points to lead four Connecticut players in double figures, and the defending national champion Huskies shook off BYU early in the second half to win 70-51 in the NCAA women's regional semifinals Saturday.
  • UConn Dominates Saint Joseph's, 91-52

    Kaleena Mosqueda-Lewis has struggled this season with injury and illness. But everything felt fine on Tuesday night. UConn's 6-foot junior scored 20 points, pulled down 10 rebounds and had 10 assists to lead the Huskies (36-0) to a 91-52 rout of Saint Joseph's in the second round of the NCAA tournament.
  • Huskies Storm By Prairie View A&M, 87-44

    UConn's players had a couple of presents for coach Geno Auriemma on his 60th birthday. The first was a video in which they altered the words to the Commodores classic song "Brick House" to have a little fun at his expense. The second was an 87-44 rout of Prairie View A&M on Sunday, giving Auriemma his 92nd NCAA tournament win. Breanna Stewart led a balanced offense with 19 points and 10 rebounds to lead five Huskies in double figures. Moriah Jefferson had 14 points, four assists and five steals. Bria Hartley had 16 points.


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  • Welcome the Team Home!

    The 2014 NCAA national champion University of Connecticut women's basketball team and its travel party will leave Nashville via charter flight at 12:45 p.m. EDT (11:45 a.m. Nashville time) on Wednesday, April 9, 2014. The team is expected to return to Bradley International Airport at approximately 3:00 p.m. EDT. There will be no public event at the airport. The team will then return to campus for a National Champions "Victory Lap" through campus beginning at approximately 4:00 p.m. The team will ride in an open-air double decker bus and will be accompanied by the UConn pep band and cheerleaders. Upon conclusion of the "Victory Lap" there will be a brief speaking program at the Fairfield Way Plaza - in between the Student Union and the School of Business.
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  • Auriemma Second on NCAA Wins List

    Geno Auriemma moved past former Louisiana Tech head coach Leon Barmore into second place for all-time NCAA Tournament victories in 2006, among women's basketball coaches. Auriemma, who has tallied 97 NCAA wins, ranks behind only former Tennessee coach Pat Summitt, who is the all-time leader with 112. Auriemma is second all-time among BOTH men's and women's NCAA Division I coaches in NCAA tournament wins, behind only Summitt.
  • UConn as a No. 1 Seed

    2014 marks the 17th time Connecticut has been slotted as a No. 1 seed in the NCAA Tournament and the eighth season in a row. The Huskies are 79-9 all-time as a No. 1 seed, including eight national championships and 13 Final Four appearances. UConn has won 61 of its last 65 NCAA Tournament games it has played when it is a No. 1 seed. UConn advanced to the Fresno Regional Final after receiving a No. 1 seed in 2007 before falling to LSU.
  • 26th Consecutive NCAA Appearance

    UConn earned its 26th consecutive NCAA Tournament berth this season - all coming since Geno Auriemma has been head coach. The Huskies have qualified for the NCAA Tournament every year dating back to 1989 and have posted an all-time mark of 97-17, en route to NINE national championships, more than any other program.
  • UConn as the Defending Champ

    The Huskies are 38-4 in NCAA Tournament action when playing as the the defending national champion.
  • Two Championships in Two Days

    The UConn men's basketball won the NCAA Championship on Monday night against Kentucky in North Texas. 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.


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 79, Notre Dame 58
NCAA Semifinal
UConn 75, Stanford 56
Final Four Media Day
Lincoln Regional Final
UConn 69, Texas A&M 54
Lincoln Regional Semifinal
UConn 70, BYU 51
NCAA Second Round
UConn 91, Saint Joseph's 52
NCAA First Round
UConn 87, Prarie View A&M 44
AAC Championship Game
UConn 72, Louisville 52