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2-20-15: The University of Connecticut Huskies extended their winning streak to three in a row last week with a pair of victories against the Tulane Green Wave and the Tulsa Rebels. UConn’s three game winning streak matches their longest winning streak of the season which pushed their overall record to 14-9 on the season and their American Athletic Conference record to 7-4 on the season as well. UConn started their week off by traveling to the #25 ranked SMU to take on the SMU Mustangs inside Moody Coliseum. During the first half of the contest it was pretty clear that UConn did not bring their “A” game on Valentines Day night as the Huskies fell behind by 15 at halftime. In the second half SMU continued to lengthen their lead as the Mustangs went on to beat UConn by the final score of 73-55. The leading scorer in the contest was Ryan Boatright who had 19 points for the Huskies while Daniel Hamilton added 13 points but it was not enough in the loss for UConn. Meanwhile SMU had four scorers that scored in double figures including Markus Kennedy off the bench as the Mustangs went on to win the contest. UConn licked their wounds as the team made the trip out to Memphis to finish their week off inside the FedEx Forum facing off with the Memphis Tigers. During the contest Memphis lost their second straight contest when the team fell to Memphis by the final score of 75-72. Daniel Hamilton led the way for UConn with 25 points while Amida Brimah added 19 points but it was not enough in the loss for the Huskies. Meanwhile Kedren Johnson led the scoring attack for Memphis with 21 points while Austin Nichols added 16 points in the victory for the Tigers. UConn finished their week off by posting an overall record of 14-11 (7-6 American). Catch UConn next week as the team stays home inside the XL Center to play host to the Tulane Green Wave before finishing their week off at East Carolina taking on the East Carolina Pirates inside Minges Coliseum .

2-17-15: The University of Connecticut Huskies week last week did not start out as planned as the team lost their second straight game against Houston before avenging that loss at home against East Carolina. With the split of games last week the team saw their record pushed to 12-9 on the season while their American Athletic Conference record fell to 5-4 on the season. UConn started their week off by traveling to the Devlin Fieldhouse to take on the Tulane Green Wave in an AAC Conference showdown. During the contest UConn went into halftime trailing by three points before taking over in the second half and pushing to victory. The victory push was led by 18 points from Ryan Boatright and 17 points from Rodney Purvis off the bench in a 62-53 victory for the Huskies. Meanwhile the Green Wave offensive attack was led by three different starters who scored in double figures but it was not enough in the loss for Tulane. UConn rode the momentum off that victory back home into the XL Center to play host to the Tulsa Golden Hurricane. During the contest UConn held Tulane to just 17 points in the first half and rode the momentum to a 70-45 blowout of the Green Wave. During the game UConn’s scoring attack was led by 23 points from Ryan Boatright while Rodney Purvis added 17 points in the victory. In the loss the Tulane offense was run through Marquel Curtis who had 15 points on the night but it was not enough for the Green Wave on the night. UConn finished their week off by posting an overall record of 14-9 (7-4 American). Catch UConn next week as the team travels to the Moody Coliseum to take on the SMU Mustangs before finishing their week off inside the FedEx Forum as the team faces off with the Missouri Tigers.

2-6-15: The University of Connecticut Huskies continued to look for consistency last week and did nothing to change that heading into this week. UConn has traded wins and losses for pretty much the entire Men’s College Basketball season posting an 11-8 record with a 4-3 American Athletic Conference record. UConn started their week off by traveling to Houston and Hofheinz Pavilion to take on the Houston Cougars who were still searching for their first conference victory of the season. During the contest UConn lost their second straight game of the season despite outshooting Houston 39% to 37% as a team. UConn’s offensive attack was led by 31 points from Ryan Boatright while Amida Brimah added 11 points but it was not enough in the loss for the Huskies. Meanwhile the Cougars watched as four of their starters scored in double figures in a narrow 70-68 victory over UConn. The Huskies licked their wounds before their final game of the week at home in Gampel Pavilion as the team hosted the East Carolina Pirates. During the contest East Carolina took a seven point lead over UConn at halftime before falling off the face of the Earth in the second half. The Pirates managed just 18 points in the second half while the Huskies added 38 points en route to a 65-52 victory for UConn. Ryan Boatright led all scorers in the contest with 23 points while Rodney Purvis added 10 points in the victory for the Huskies. UConn finished their week off by posting an overall record of 12-9 (5-4 American). Catch UConn next week as the team travels to Tulane’s Devlin Fieldhouse to take on the Tulane Green Wave before finishing their week off back at home inside the XL Center to play host to the Tulsa Golden Hurricane.

2-3-15: The University of Connecticut Huskies have had an up and down season this year and last week was no different as the team lost to Stanford and beat UCF. The Stanford loss was the team’s second straight loss of the season but the Huskies bounced right back with the victory over UCF. With the win for UConn the team pushed their overall record to 10-7 on the young Men’s College Basketball season while the team’s American Athletic Conference record improved to 3-2 on the season. UConn started their week off by staying at home inside the XL Center to play host to the South Florida Bulls from the AAC. During the contest UConn took an early lead and rode that to a ten point halftime lead before sealing the game in the second half. Ryan Boatright led the Huskies with 28 points on the night while Rodney Purvis added 17 points off the bench to propel UConn to a 66-53 victory over USF. The Bulls countered with 18 points from Nehemias Morillo and 11 points from Corey Allen Jr. but it was not nearly enough in the loss to UConn. The Huskies took that momentum from the win with them when the team traveled to Cincinnati to finish their week off inside Fifth Third Arena when the team faced off with the Cincinnati Bearcats. During the contest UConn played a sloppy game in which the team committed 10 turnovers in a 70-58 loss to Cincinnati. The Huskies offensive attack was led by 22 points from Ryan Boatright but it was not enough in the loss for UConn. Meanwhile the Bearcats were led by 20 points from Troy Caupain in the victory for Cincinnati. UConn finished their week off by posting an overall record of 11-8 (4-3 American). Catch UConn next week as the team travels to Houston’s Hofheinz Pavilion to take on the Houston Cougars before finishing their week off back at home inside the XL Center playing host to the East Carolina Pirates.

1-26-15: The University of Connecticut Huskies had an up and down week last week and come into the new week fresh off a loss at the hands of Tulsa. Before the loss to Tulsa the Huskies had won three straight games and five out of their last six in the Men’s College Basketball season. After the loss to Tulsa last week UConn’s overall record was left at 9-6 on the season while their American Athletic Conference record fell to 2-2 on the season. UConn started their week off by traveling out on the road to Stanford’s Maples Pavilion to take on the Stanford Cardinal from the Pac 12. During the contest UConn and Stanford played a closely contest game in the first half before the Cardinal took over in the second half. Stanford outscored UConn by 10 points in the second half behind 23 points from Chasson Randle and 18 points from Anthony Brown in a 72-59 victory over the Huskies. UConn’s attack was led by 14 points from Rodney Purvis but only one other Huskies player scored in double figures in the loss to Stanford. The Huskies will then finish their week off back at home inside Gampel Pavilion when the team plays host to the UCF Knights. During the contest the Huskies took a quick lead over UCF and rode that momentum to a 6 point lead at halftime over the Knights. UConn jumped back out on top of UCF to start the second half scoring 13 of the first 20 points led by Ryan Boatright and his 18 point outburst. UCF countered with 13 points from B.J. Taylor but it was not enough in a 67-60 loss to UConn. UConn finished their week off by posting an overall record of 10-7 (3-2 American). Catch UConn next week as the team stays home inside the XL Center to play host to the South Florida Bulls before finishing their week off on the road inside Fifth Third Arena taking on the Cincinnati Bearcats.

1-22-15: The University of Connecticut Huskies came off a good week where the team started their AAC Conference schedule. With their first conference victory and a victory over Florida UConn improved their record to 8-5 and 1-1 in the conference on the Men’s College Basketball season. UConn started their week off by staying home inside the XL Center to play host to their American Athletic Conference rivals the Cincinnati Bearcats. During the contest Cincinnati jumped out to an early lead that resulted in a four point lead at halftime before the guard play of UConn took over the game. The Huskies guards led by 18 points from Ryan Boatright, 11 points from Rodney Purvis and 12 points from Omar Calhoun went on to outscore the Beartcats by 10 in the second half. UConn went on to beat Cincinnati behind a tough defense and timely shooting from their guards in a 62-56 victory. UConn would then finish their week off by traveling to Tulsa’s Reynolds Center to take on the Tulsa Golden Hurricane in a road game. During the contest Tulsa extended their own personal winning streak to six games while stopping the UConn winning streak at three games with a 66-58 victory over the Huskies. The UConn attack was led by 16 points from Daniel Hamilton but it was not enough in the loss to Tulsa. The Golden Hurricanes enjoyed 21 points from James Woodard in the big victory over UConn. UConn finished their week off by posting an overall record of 9-6 (2-2 American). Catch UConn next week as the team travels to Maples Pavilion to take on the Stanford Cardinal before finishing their week back at home in the XL Center playing host to the UCF Knights.

1-12-15: The University of Connecticut Huskies came into this week sporting a 6-5 record on the season which left the team unranked in Men’s College Basketball this season. UConn is a member of the American Athletic Conference and has already begun conference play with a loss to Temple and looks to improve in their next conference contest. UConn started their week off by traveling to Florida to take on the Florida Gators from the SEC inside Stephen C. O’Connell Center. During the contest Florida jumped out of the gate all over UConn and looked well on their way to victory after one half of play. The Gators attack was a one man show run by Dorian Finney-Smith and the Huskies did a better job in the second half of holding Smith and his Florida teammates at bay as the UConn launched a second half comeback. The Huskies and Ryan Boatright came all the way back in the second half to tie the game and eventually win the contest in come from behind fashion by the final score of 63-59. For UConn’s final game of the week the team traveled to USF to take on the USF Bulls inside the USF Sun Dome. During the contest UConn had a slow start against the Bulls before turning up the tempo late in the first half. UConn’s attack was led by 13 points from Amida Brimah and 10 points from Ryan Boatright as the Huskies survived USF’s attack 58-44. The Bulls scoring was led by 12 points from Corey Allen Jr. on the night but it was not enough in the eventual loss to the Huskies. UConn finished their week off by posting an overall record of 8-5 (1-1 American). Catch UConn next week as the team stays home in North Carolina to host the Cincinnati Bearcats before finishing the week out on the road facing off against the Tulsa Golden Hurricane.

1-2-15: The University of Connecticut Huskies came into this week with a less than impressive 5-4 record which left the team unranked in Men’s College Football this year. UConn is a part of the American Athletic Conference and the team is preparing to start their conference schedule soon. The Huskies have just a handful of non-conference games left remaining on their schedule before their conference push begins. UConn started their week off by staying home inside the XL Center to play host to the Central Connecticut State Blue Devils. During the contest UConn held Central Connecticut St. down all afternoon long with a strong defense that forced 14 turnovers, blocked five shots and stole the ball eight times. UConn’s offense was on point as well during the contest as the team shot 53% from the field while being led by top scorer Ryan Boatright who had 18 points. UConn allowed just one CCS to score in double figures in the contest when Greg Andrade scored 13 points in an 81-48 loss to the Huskies. For the next UConn game the team stayed home inside the XL Center to finish their week off playing host to the Temple Owls. During the contest these two teams played a highly contested and close game that could not be decided after two halves. An overtime period was forced after Amida Brimah’s 12 points completed a second half comeback for the Huskies. UConn could not ride the momentum in the extra period though as Jesse Morgan’s 17 point night for the Owls was the difference in a 57-53 victory over the Huskies. UConn finished their week off by posting an overall record of 6-5 which still left the team unranked in Men’s College Basketball at week’s end. Catch UConn next week as the team spends the week out on the road facing off with the Florida Gators inside the BB&T Center and the South Florida Bulls inside the USF Sun Dome.

12-26-14: The University of Connecticut Huskies played one game this week before closing the schools and their subsequent basketball programs for the holiday and Christmas break against the Columbia Lions at home in the XL Center. In the contest the Huskies had their hands full with the Lions in the first half as the Columbia team only trailed by three points at halftime behind 24 points from Maodo Lo. UConn took over in the second half behind a combined 41 points from Ryan Boatright and Rodney Purvis as the team posted 41 points in the second half to easy beat Columbia by the score of 80-65. With the victory UConn took a 5-4 record into the off week after losses to #2 Duke and #7 Texas earlier in the season. UConn will start American Conference play after the break and as of right now will not play another ranked team for the remainder of the season. Catch UConn next week as the team stays home in Connecticut to play host to the Central Connecticut St. Blue Devils and the Temple Owls inside the XL Center.

UConn Basketball Ticket Price History

Average Home Price Since 2010

Year Avg Price
2010-11: $84.74
2011-12: $60.84
2012-13: $56.27
2013-14: $48
2014-15: $70.45

Five Most Expensive Home Games of 2014-15:

Date Opponent Avg Price
11/30/2014 vs. Texas Longhorns: $113.40
3/05/2015 vs. Memphis Tigers: $104.51
2/22/2015 vs. Tulane Green Wave: $91.01
2/12/2015 vs. Tulsa Golden Hurricane: $85.44
1/25/2015 vs. South Florida Bulls: $84.60

Five Most Expensive Home Games Since 2010:

Date Opponent Avg Price
2/05/2012 vs. Syracuse Orange: $332.08
1/18/2014 vs. Louisville Cardinals: $167.72
2/02/2011 vs. Syracuse Orange: $136.35
3/03/2012 vs. Pittsburgh Panthers: $123.99
11/30/2014 vs. Texas Longhorns: $113.40

Five Least Expensive Homes Games of 2014-15:

Date Opponent Avg Price
11/14/2014 vs. Bryant Bulldogs: $27
12/05/2014 vs. Yale Bulldogs: $41
12/31/2014 vs. Temple Owls: $41
12/14/2014 vs. Coppin State Eagles: $45
12/22/2014 vs. Columbia Lions

Five Least Expensive Home Games Since 2010:

Date Opponent Avg Price
11/02/2011 vs. American International YellowJackets: $11
11/14/2011 vs. Wagner Seahawks: $16
11/11/2011 vs. Columbia Lions: $18
11/04/2013 vs. Concordia Cavaliers: $22
11/14/2013 vs. Detroit Titans: $22

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Located in Storrs, Connecticut the UConn Huskies are a collegiate athletic program that represents the University of Connecticut. UConn’s intercollegiate program, which is a member of the American Athletic Conference, has 10 men’s and 12 women’s teams. Men’s teams include baseball, basketball, cross country, football, golf, ice hockey, soccer, swimming and diving, tennis, and track and field. Women’s teams include basketball, cross country, field hockey, ice hockey, lacrosse, rowing, soccer, softball, swimming and diving, tennis, track and field, and volleyball. The women’s basketball team, one of the many women’s teams known as the Lady Huskies engages in rivalries with Rutgers and Tennessee on a national level. Although many of the teams at UCONN have a large following, men’s and women’s Basketball has a tradition of success.

In total, UConn has won 20 NCAA team national championships. The popular sport at UCONN is men’s and women’s basketball. UConn’s basketball program has won 14 national championships between the men’s and women’s teams. UConn is best known for having its men's and women's basketball teams consistently ranked in or near the top 10 in the nation in their respective divisions. The Men’s basketball team won three national titles under long-time head coach, Jim Calhoun and won one title under current head coach, Kevin Ollie. The Women’s basketball program is coached by Geno Auriemma, who is one of the best coaches in collegiate athletics. Under Auriemma, UConn had undefeated seasons in 1995, 2002, 2009, 2010, and 2014. Notable UCONN alumni include Ray Allen, Kemba Walker, Richard Hamilton, Ben Gordon, Rudy Gay, Andre Drummond, Tamika Williams, Sue Bird, Swin Cash, Diana Taurasi, Maya Moore, and Tina Charles.

UConn’s official mascot is known as ‘Jonathan the Husky’. UConn’s main fight songs, which include “UConn Husky”, and “Fight on Connecticut”, are played during each of the University’s athletic events.

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2015 UConn Huskies Football Schedule

Sept. 3 vs Villanova Wildcats Rentschler Field, East Hartford, CT
Sep. 12 vs Army Black Knights Rentschler Field, East Hartford, CT
Sep. 19 at Missouri Tigers Faurot Field, Columbia, MO
Sep. 26 vs Navy Midshipmen Rentschler Field, East Hartford, CT
Oct. 2 at BYU Cougars LaVell Edwards Stadium, Provo, UT
Oct. 1 at UCF Knights Bright House Networks Stadium, Orlando, FL
Oct. 17 vs USF Bulls (HC) Rentschler Field, East Hartford, CT
Oct. 24 at Cincinnati Bearcats Nippert Stadium, Cincinnati, OH
Oct. 30 vs East Carolina Pirates Rentschler Field, East Hartford, CT
Nov. 7 at Tulane Green Wave Yulman Stadium, New Orleans, LA
Nov. 14---Open Date------
Nov. 21 vs Houston Cougars Rentschler Field, East Hartford, CT
Nov. 28 at Temple Owls Lincoln Financial Field, Philadelphia, PA
Dec. 5 AAC Championship Game Hosted by team with best AAC record

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