UConn is working with the government to get foreign-born players back in the country.
2020 ScheduleAll times ET
- 11/10W 72-61
- 11/13W 64-51
- 11/17W 83-54
- 11/19W 83-44
- 11/24W 73-62
- 11/26W 75-37
- 12/5W 92-78
- 12/8W 81-57
- 12/1616W 84-74
- 12/22W 97-53
- 1/2W 83-55
- 1/5W 80-42
- 1/96L 74-58
- 1/11W 91-51
- 1/14W 68-56
- 1/16W 59-52
- 1/19W 92-34
- 1/2323W 60-45
- 1/25W 98-42
- 1/30W 80-50
- 2/33L 74-56
- 2/7W 94-55
- 2/101L 70-52
- 2/16W 67-47
- 2/19W 74-31
- 2/22W 66-53
- 2/26W 105-58
- 2/29W 92-40
- 3/2W 80-39
- 3/7W 94-61
- 3/8W 79-38
- 3/9W 87-53
- Full Schedule
UConn is officially back in the Big East, where it spent 34 years, from 1979 to 2013.
- UConn working to get foreign players in country
- Huskies back home: UConn officially in Big East
- South Carolina's Staley hoping to 'set example'
- Louisville, UConn cancel next season's matchup
South Carolina's Dawn Staley, in a Wednesday panel called "A Time for Action," urged all of college athletics to "get out of their comfort zone" and have conversations about race.
Maya Moore and Breanna Stewart are among the highly touted high school prospects who turned into WNBA stars.
Louisville and UConn have canceled their neutral-site game for next season, as Cardinals coach Jeff Walz suggested that general uncertainty about attendance at sporting events played a significant role in the decision.
As the coronavirus pandemic threatens the already-delayed Tokyo Olympics and WNBA season, Mercury star Diana Taurasi recognizes how difficult it is to predict her playing future after battling back and hamstring issues.
UConn is scheduled to open the Hall of Fame Women's Challenge vs. Quinnipiac on Nov. 28, while Mississippi State will open the tournament against Maine.
One high school's all-time roster features three No. 1 overall WNBA draft picks who combined for 24 All-Star Games and seven Olympic gold medals.
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Maryland's transfers, Destiny Slocum's move to Arkansas and new homes for Vic Schaefer and Niele Ivey had a domino effect on the bracket.
In the first projection for 2020-21, South Carolina is back as the No. 1 overall seed, but Stanford is top dog in the Pac-12.
Paige Bueckers, the top recruit in the Class of 2020, and Azzi Fudd, No. 1 in 2021, lead the way, but the Class of 2023 has a lot of potential.
From Aari McDonald to Evina Westbrook, plenty of talent will take the floor next season. Rhyne Howard tops the list of player of the year candidates.
Chicago Sky center Stefanie Dolson said Friday that she and her entire family tested positive for the coronavirus last month. "The virus hit pretty close to home," Dolson said during ESPN's WNBA draft broadcast.
Wednesday's three-team trade sending Tina Charles to the Mystics could bring Oregon teammates Sabrina Ionescu and Ruthy Hebard together again on the Liberty.
Breanna Stewart, the No. 1 WNBA draft pick in 2016, welcomes projected No. 1 pick Sabrina Ionescu to the exclusive club.
As the 2020 WNBA draft approaches, ESPN looked at the schools that have produced the best players at each position. UConn fared well.
Oregon senior Sabrina Ionescu was selected No. 1 overall by the New York Liberty in Friday's WNBA draft. Three Ducks went in the first eight picks.
From Tina Thompson in 1997 to Jackie Young in 2019, we rank all the top picks. Does Diana Taurasi or Maya Moore top the list?
With four first-round picks, Dallas will impact the draft more than anyone. But the Wings might not be after Dallas native Lauren Cox at No. 2 overall.
LeBron James thinks that an all-time Tennessee team would beat an all-time South Carolina team, but that a team from UConn could be the best.
UConn got a verbal commitment Friday from No. 41 prospect Caroline Ducharme, a 5-foot-10 point guard from Milton, Massachusetts, making her the third top-50 prospect in next year's class to commit to the Huskies.