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Connecticut Huskies Womens Basketball Tickets

Connecticut Huskies Womens Basketball tickets

Connecticut Huskies Women's Basketball Schedule

Once again it is college basketball season and as usual there is no place in the United States that is more excited than Storrs, Connecticut. No other school in recent years has had more success in both the men's program and the women's than UCONN, and since the late 1990′s there has perhaps been no more dominant program in any sport than the Connecticut women's basketball team. It will not be easy playing in the American Athletic Conference, but the Huskies are well prepared to rack up some big time wins. Tickets to see the Huskies play in Storrs can be hard to come by but StubHub gives you access to all of the biggest UCONN basketball games, just pick out the ones you want to attend and get ready to cheer on the Huskies to another big victory.


The Team

Now in his twenty-ninth season at UCONN, Geno Auriemma stands on his own as one of the most successful college basketball coaches of all time. Last season the Huskies won yet another National Championship, this time doing it in the same year that the UCONN men's team also won the NCAA Tournament. The Huskies always have a target on their backs and have to be ready to take the best shot of any other team they face but always are capable of coming out on top. This year's squad has a core of returning players who know what it takes to go all the way through the NCAA Tournament and will settle for nothing less than another title. A powerhouse program like UCONN is always reloading and this year once again have a stellar class of incoming freshmen that includes Gabby Williams, Sadie Edwards, Courtney Ekmark, and Kia Nurse, all of whom have the potential to be big time contributors the moment they set foot on campus. It would appear that the Huskies of 2014-2015 are more than ready to leave their mark in the UCONN basketball history books and you will want to be there from the start!


The Experience

In the past several years women's college basketball has been growing exponentially in popularity and this is evident by the crowds that fill the arenas for each game and nowhere is this more true than in Storrs, Connecticut. Gampel Pavilion is one of the most exciting arenas in all of college basketball and on game day the electricity in the air is enough to get even the most casual basketball fan bouncing off the walls. As the teams take the court for the opening tip off fans stand up and refuse to sit down until the home team scores. The game continues, full of back and forth action, big time shots, and clutch defensive stops. Before you know it the clock is winding down in the second half and the Huskies are wrapped up in yet another tight contest. Your palms get sweaty with each trip down the floor and each time a Huskies player lets loose a shot you hold your breath until the ball tickles the twine. This continues until the final buzzer when the crowd erupts after another important UCONN win and the crowd flows out of the arena in jubilation.


The Conference

The American Athletic Conference may be a name that seems unfamiliar to casual sports fans but it is the new name of the former Big East. The conference changed its name after several schools left for other conferences and new teams were added. Many of these new members were located outside of the East Coast so the conference was re-branded. As far as women's college basketball is concerned, the conference remains a powerhouse with the likes of UCONN, Rutgers, Cincinnati, and Louisville still battling it out. This year you can once again expect teams from the American Athletic Conference to make deep runs in the NCAA Tournament as well as provide fans with memorable games throughout the conference season. Be sure to make your plans to visit Gampel Pavilion this season for some of the top American Athletic Conference match ups of the year.


Connecticut Women's Basketball Trivia

While Geno Auriemma has had a run of unprecedented success at the helm of the UCONN women's basketball team, he finished his first season in 1988 with a losing record of 12-15. It was not until the 1991 season that the program under Auriemma had its first taste of the success that was to come when they made the Final Four as a number three seed and became the first Big East team to make the Final Four. In both 2008-2009 and 2009-2010 the Huskies went 39-0 and continued their winning streak to ninety games, giving them the longest winning streak in college basketball history on either the men's or the women's side. Their incredible run was finally ended by Stanford on December 30, 2010 and appears to be a record that will stand for a long time.

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Dec 21, 2014 5:00 PM
Mohegan Sun Arena
Uncasville, CT
5:00 p.m. EST
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Dec 21, 2014 5:00 PM
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Uncasville, CT
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