The Sun are headed back to the postseason after two years away, and the five former UConn Huskies on the roster have a lot to do with it.
UConn fans have plenty to cheer for when two teams laden with former Huskies -- the Storm and Mercury -- clash in the Western Conference finals.
UConn is running up a long winning streak. Sound familiar? It should. From 2001 to 2003, the Huskies won a women's Division I record 70 consecutive games, a streak that might have been even more impressive.
Picturing three-time defending NCAA champ UConn reaching Indianapolis doesn't take much imagination.
Some say UConn can't win four in a row now that Diana Taurasi is gone. But Mechelle Voepel knows better.
Mechelle Voepel tackles recent hot topics -- Who's No. 1? Is Duke hurting without Harding? -- in our new feature.
Geno Auriemma's best jabs often come at Maria Conlon's expense. But the Husky senior has the last laugh.
Not much written on UConn so far? Everyone assumed Dee and the Dawgs will still be playing Tuesday
UConn's balanced effort – and Tennessee's offensive uncertainty – helped the Huskies make a No. 1 case.
After his team's loss to Duke, UConn coach Geno Auriemma was talking about ... a lot of things.