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2016 Schedule
38-0, 1st in American
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All-ACC pick Stevens leaves Duke, joins UConn

Sophomore center Azura Stevens, who averaged a team-leading 18.9 points and 9.6 rebounds for Duke last season, has transferred to UConn, it was announced Saturday.

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3dMichelle Smith

Stewart embraces pressure to elevate Storm

Weeks after wrapping up her college career with a fourth consecutive NCAA title, Breanna Stewart is facing huge expectations again. Can the No. 1 pick help return Seattle to the WNBA playoffs?

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5dMechelle Voepel

Stewart among 12 named to U.S. hoops roster

No. 1 draft pick Breanna Stewart was among the 12 players named to the U.S. women's basketball roster for the Rio Games. Elena Delle Donne and Brittney Griner will also make their Olympic debuts.

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Big personnel losses drop UConn from Creme's top three (2:01)

Geno Auriemma out of hospital

The UConn women's basketball coach was released from the hospital after being admitted Saturday with an undisclosed ailment. Auriemma, 62, missed the Huskies' victory parade last week in honor of their fourth straight national title.

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14dCharlie Creme

Irish on top of way-too-early preseason top 25

Think it's too early for a preseason top 25? Think UConn should lead the rankings? Think again. The 2016-17 season looks as wide-open as any season in more than a decade.

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Auriemma hospitalized, 'resting comfortably'

UConn coach Geno Auriemma decided to deplane Saturday morning at Bradley International Airport because he was not feeling well and was hospitalized with an undisclosed illness.

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17dMechelle Voepel

Storm, Sun, Wings dominate WNBA draft

As expected, UConn swept the first three picks of the WNBA draft. The Seattle Storm, Connecticut Sun and Dallas Wings helped themselves the most with their draft picks on Thursday.

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Top 3 picks all come from UConn (0:51)
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Stewart still learning about the city of Seattle (1:35)
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Breanna Stewart drafted No. 1 overall

The Storm took UConn's Breanna Stewart with the No. 1 pick in the WNBA draft.

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Stars tab Jefferson as No. 2 pick (0:58)
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Breanna Stewart drafted No. 1 overall (0:58)
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19dMechelle Voepel

UConn trio leads way in mock draft

After Breanna Stewart and Moriah Jefferson, there's a ton of speculation about which players will be picked in the first round of Thursday's WNBA draft (ESPN2, 7 p.m. ET).

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Navy's Reynolds, UConn's Stewart win Sullivan

Navy quarterback Keenan Reynolds and UConn forward Breanna Stewart won the AAU James E. Sullivan Award on Sunday as the most outstanding U.S. amateur athletes who demonstrate premier leadership.

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Stewart loses at bowling, wins Wooden Award

UConn's Breanna Stewart doesn't lose much, but she did lose at bowling the same day she won the Wooden Award as the nation's top women's college basketball player.

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Stewart loses at bowling, wins Wooden Award in same day (1:00)
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Stewart repeats as Wooden Award winner

UConn's Breanna Stewart took home the Wooden Award for the nation's top women's college basketball player for the second time, as she led the Huskies to another undefeated season and their 11th national title.