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UCONN Huskies Basketball 2015-2016 News and Updates
3/9/15 - The Connecticut Huskies ended their regular season with a 17-13 record, which isn’t exactly what they were hoping for. Being beaten their last regular season game by the Temple Owls puts them in a tough position for the upcoming AAC tournament. For the defending national champions they have to win four games in a matter of four days in order to make it back the “Big Dance.” They have the talent and heart to achieve this goal and are going to do everything they can to make it happen. For session one, Connecticut Huskies basketball faces off against University of South Florida on March 12, 2015. UConn finished the season ranked number six, while USF was ranked number eleven, leaving everything up to how well the game is played. Don’t miss the action and purchase your tickets starting at $13 a piece.
3/5/15 - After an 81-73 victory over SMU on Sunday, the Connecticut Huskies basketball team will be looking to extend their three game winning streak in their final two games in regular season. Rodney Purvis, a redshirt sophomore, scored 28 points against SMU, helping the team to a season-high number of points. It was also the first time the team has beat SMU, and the first time this season they have won against a ranked team. On Thursday night, they face Memphis at home, which will also be their Senior Night. The team will honor five members of the team, including Manager Colin Oehrle, head manager Nick Blanco, Dan Guest, Pat Lenehan, and Bryan Boatright. Their final game will be away against the Temple Owls, with tickets starting at $27.
2/23/15 - Currently sporting a 15-11 record, the Connecticut Huskies are hoping to put some wins together in order to end their season on a good note. Their last game, which took place this past Sunday, went great against Tulane. They ended up winning 67-60, and they made critical shots down the stretch. In their impressive win, Amida Brimah shined. He ended up scoring 19 points with 5 rebounds. Time and time again Brimah found the ball close to the hoop, helping him get off his shots quickly. Another top performer for the Huskies was Ryan Boatright, who ended up scoring 16 points. He shot great from the perimeter, and if he can keep up this type of shooting effort, the Huskies are going to have a lot to be proud of when their season is over. Next up for them is a game against East Carolina, which kicks off tonight and it should be an exciting one for the fans.
2/16/15 - Last Saturday, the Connecticut Huskies took on SMU, who were the 25th ranked team in the nation. They were hoping to dominant the game early, but really struggled on the offensive end. They ended up losing 73-55. It wasn’t even close, and it’s a tough loss for Connecticut. Ryan Boatright went on to score 19 points with 5 rebounds and 3 assists. Daniel Hamilton, the Huskies’ forward, went on to score 13 points. Boatright and Hamilton’s efforts were not enough, though. They need to regroup as a team and come back stronger in their next outing. Up next for the Huskies is a game against Memphis, which is certainly a game they are capable of winning if they get some momentum early. Tickets are available now for a low $1.
2/9/15 - The defending National Champion Connecticut Huskies are on Your defending national champion Connecticut Huskies are fighting their way through a deep and talented American conference with the hopes of being able to defend their title against what promises to be an extremely competitive NCAA tournament field. With a strong finish to their conference schedule, the Huskies can still play their way back onto the right side of the bubble. That all starts with the Huskies’ upcoming home contest against the Tulsa Golden Wave on Thursday night before they hit the road again with consecutive trips to SMU and Memphis. Come out to the XL Center in Hartford on Thursday night at 7:00 PM to watch Coach Kevin Ollie lead Connecticut Huskies Basketball to victory. Razorgator is your ticket to the game, with seats still available starting at just $33.
2/2/15 - Sporting a 12-9 record, the Connecticut Huskies are looking to turn their season around. They have all of the talent in the world, but at times, they have had mental lapses on the defensive end. They are riding high off a win yesterday, which was against East Carolina. The final score ended up being 65-52. A huge performer for the Huskies on the night was Ryan Boatright, who ended up scoring 23 points. He turned it on in the last two quarters, which really helped the Huskies pull away once and for all. Rodney Purvis also played well, scoring 10 points. Next up for Connecticut is a great game against Tulane, which takes place this upcoming Saturday. Tickets for the game are available now for $10.
1/26/15 - Last Sunday, the Connecticut Huskies took on the South Florida Bulls. It was a close game for all four quarters, but the Huskies did enough at the end to pull away with the 66-53 victory. They looked great, and their passing was extremely crisp. A top performer for Connecticut was Ryan Boatright. He went on to score 28 points with 2 assists. It seemed as if he couldn’t miss from long range and right underneath the bucket. If he can keep up his efforts throughout the season, the Huskies can end their season on a good note. Up next for them is a compelling game against Cincinnati. It’s a well-matched game that should provide some entertainment for the fans in attendance. Tickets can be purchased right now for a low $6.
1/19/15 - The Connecticut Huskies typically have a hard time with away games and it was no different when they played the Stanford Cardinal on Jan. 17th. The Huskies were only behind by three at the half, but they just could not keep up and ended up finishing the game behind by 13. Perhaps the loss is in part due to their star shooter, Ryan Boatright, who is continuing his slump only scoring seven points this game, with no rebounds or assists. Regardless, they are done with away games for now, so they are in the perfect spot to make a comeback. They play the UFC Knights, who have one more loss than the Connecticut Huskies basketball team, on Jan. 22nd, and then the South Florida Bulls, who have four more losses, on the 25th.
1/12/15 - The Connecticut Huskies basketball team was just starting a winning streak when the Tulsa Golden Hurricane cut it short on Jan. 13. The final score of 58-66 brings the Huskies to 9-6. Daniel Hamilton led with 16 points, Terrence Samuel followed with 12 points, and Amida Brimah added 11. Strangely, the Huskies' best shooter, Ryan Boatright, only got eight points. They have had a rough season so far, but they can relish the fact that they picked up in the late-season, even if they did lose this game. They have still won five of their last seven games, which is not bad at all. Connecticut has to slog through one more away game before returning home to play the UCF Knights on Jan. 22nd. Tickets start at $35.
1/7/15 - The Connecticut Huskies basketball team had a very rough early season, but it looks like they might be gaining momentum. After a strong win against the South Florida Bulls, they have won four of their last five games. They earned a small lead early with the score at 28-24 at the half, but the Huskies really picked up near the end of the game scoring 10 more points than the Bulls to bring the final score to 58-44. More impressive, Connecticut has won all of the games in their away series and now returns to their home court. Hopefully this extra advantage will lead the Huskies to more strong victories going forward. They play the Cincinnati Bearcats next with tickets being available for only $2.
12/30/14 - The Connecticut Huskies basketball team continues to struggle as they are handed one more loss. They were just starting a new winning streak when their game against the Temple Owls ended it, despite the Huskies being so close to victory. After falling behind in the first half, they made an impressive upset at the end of the game to tie up the score. Unfortunately, they only got two points in overtime against the Owls’ six to bring the final score to 57-53. This is Connecticut’s fifth loss, while they have six wins. All season, steps forwardward have been quickly followed by disappointing losses but the Huskies always play a good game. Their next home game is against the Cincinnati Bearcats on the 10th. Tickets start at just $6.
12/23/14 - After coming up just short against the Duke Blue Devils last week, the Connecticut Huskies basketball team is bringing their momentum back with a strong win against the Columbia Lions (6-4) on the 22nd. The defending champions were ahead by a measly three points after the first half closed, but a whirlwind second saw them score 41 points for a final score of 65-80. Rodney Purvis scored 21 points, tied for his record, and Ryan Boatright scored another 20. Despite the heavy-sided win now, the Huskies are struggling in the season. Now at 5-4, they are just able to hold their heads above water. Hopefully that will change as they prepare to take on the Central Connecticut St. Blue Devils (2-9) on the 28th. If you want to catch this exciting game, tickets are available for $17.
12/15/14 - The Huskies are hoping to continue pulling out of an early season funk, as they face off with no. 2 Duke on Thursday. After three straight losses dropped UConn to 3-3, they got a win over the Coppin State Eagles on Sunday, 106-85. Sophomore center Amida Brimah absolutely took over, scoring 40 points on perfect 13-13 shooting, all while grabbing a game-high 12 rebounds for Connecticut, who improved to 2-2 at home with the win. Senior guard Ryan Boatright added 22 points for UConn, who will face a tough test as they try to hand Duke’s Blue Devils their first loss of the season. Razorgator still has great seats starting from $62, but they’re going fast—act now, and show your support for Connecticut Huskies basketball!
12/10/14 - The UConn Huskies find themselves in an unfamiliar position after their third straight loss, a 45-44 heartbreaker at home versus Yale last Friday. Jack Montague sank a three-pointer from the corner in the final seconds to lift the Bulldogs to the upset victory, their first over the Huskies in nearly 30 years. Connecticut dropped to 3-3 on the season, as they were out-rebounded by Yale 36-25, including 13 offensive boards for the Bulldogs that allowed them to lead for most of the evening. UConn will look to get back into the win column on Sunday as they host the Coppin State Eagles. Razorgator has great seats available starting at just $16, so come out to the XL Center and show your support for Connecticut Huskies basketball!
12/2/14 - The Connecticut Huskies basketball program has enjoyed decades of winning records, but back-to-back losses have them in danger of falling to .500 for the first time in the Kevin Ollie era. After a 19-turnover outing that led to an upset by unranked West Virginia, UConn suffered a heartbreaking one-point loss to Texas in the final seconds of Sunday’s match-up, dropping them to 3-2 on the season and out of the AP Top 25 for the first time since January 2008. The defending champs will look to bounce back at home versus Justin Sears and the Bulldogs, who will enter with a 6-2 record, but have yet to score their first win on the road. Razorgator has great seats starting under $20, so come on out to Gampel Pavilion and show your enthusiasm for UConn Huskies basketball!
11/24/14 - The nationally ranked Connecticut Huskies return to the mainland after competing in the Puerto Rico Tip-Off basketball tournament in San Juan, Puerto Rico. UConn lost 78-68 to West Virginia in the championship game on Sunday night. The 3-1 Huskies will face a tough test as the #10 Texas Longhorns come to town on Sunday, November 30th, with the showdown at high noon. The Yale Bulldogs visit Gampel Pavilion on Friday, December 5th, then the Huskies take on the Coppin State Eagles at the XL Center in Hartford on Sunday, December 14th. Connecticut is led by senior guard Robert Boatright, who is averaging 21 points per game thus far in the season. Buy your tickets today, starting as low as $28, and cheer on the defending NCAA champion Connecticut Huskies!
11/20/14 - One of the top teams in the nation for some time now has been the Connecticut Huskies. They are currently 1-0, fresh off a win against the Bryant Bulldogs. The final score ended up being 66-53, and they controlled the tempo for the entire game. In their win, Ryan Boatright went on to score 24 points. He also had 8 rebounds with 5 assists. He was a driving force for the Huskies, and it was a breakout performance for him. Amida Brimah also had a great game late down the stretch, scoring 12 points and had 5 blocks. He was a powerhouse on the defensive end, which is very promising for the Huskies. Their next match up is against the COFC. They are heavily favored on paper, and if Boatright can keep up his stellar player, victory is well within their reach. Tickets for the game can be purchased now at a price of $90.
11/11/14 - When people think of a dominant team on both the offensive and defensive end in college basketball, the Connecticut Huskies instantly come to mind. Last season, they ended up with a record of 32-8, and were third in the American standings. They will be looking to build off last season, and get their team back to the Sweet 16. This is something fans have come to expect over the last few seasons. Their first game, which takes place on Friday November 14, 2014, will be against Bryant. They are heavily favored going into the game, but they will still need to look sharp. Their starting lineup is relatively young, but they still have a lot of dynamic abilities on the offensive end. In order to come out with a victor, they will need their guards, Terrence Samuel and Sam Cassell Jr. to come up big for them. Tickets for the game are starting out at around $62.
2/7/14 – UConn got their first American Athletic Conference victory against UCF and have been rolling ever since. At 17-5, the Huskies sit in fifth place in the AAC and 18th in the Country. Connecticut was unable to finish the upset against No.7 Cincinnati Thursday, ultimately losing the hard fought matchup 63-58. Shabazz Napier led Connecticut with 16 points and three assists. Lasan Kromah had 13 points, Niels Giffey tallied 10, and Amida Brimah, Ryan Boatright, and Giffey grabbed four rebounds each. The rematch of the top 25 showdown in Connecticut (3/1) is one of five remaining games to be played at XL Center this season. The Huskies finale comes Mar 5 against Rutgers whom UConn defeated two weeks ago in NJ.
1/7/14 - While their women’s basketball team has held steadfast onto their No. 1 position, the Connecticut Huskies men’s team has hit a few snags in the road that has left them at No. 17. UConn opened up AAC play on New Years Eve with a strong 11-1 record, but their first couple conference outings resulting in two back-to-back losses, one to Houston and one to SMU. The Huskies bounced back from their rough start and defeated the Harvard Crimson, 56-61 yesterday at home, which shot them back into the top 10 of the conference with a 12-3 record. UConn must continue to ride this momentum for the rest of their conference play if they hope to take the AAC by storm. Be there for their biggest match of the year so far, when the Huskies host the Louisville Cardinals on Jan 16, get in for $158.
In his second year as head coach, Kevin Ollie is eager to take his boys to the top. With the postseason ban finally lifted, the Huskies have high hopes of entering the NCAA Tournament this season. Ollie replaced the legendary Jim Calhoun just last year, but because the team was ineligible (UConn was penalized due to poor Academic Progress Rates during Calhoun era), he faced light pressure to pull off a winning season. Under Calhoun, UConn won the national title in 2011 for their third NCAA Tournament Championship, and the Huskies are looking to propel themselves into the Final 4 this season, as all systems are go.
UConn's postseason rush begins on Nov 8 against the Maryland Terrapins at Barclays Center. Soon after, they are pitted against in-state rival Yale (Nov 11), later in the month they will participate in the 2K Sports Classic at Madison Square Garden (Nov 21 and 22), and then in December they’ll host No. 10 Florida in one of the top non-conference college basketball games of the season. The Huskies have 18 conference games, beginning with a match against the Houston Cougars on New Years Eve. Division opponents, the Louisville Cardinals are visiting Gampel Pavilion on Jan 18 and travel to the KFC Yum! Center Mar 8 for the last regular season game, when the Huskies try to shake up the reigning AAC Champs.
Lucky Connecticut, their top seven scorers are returning, including their “Big Three”: Shabazz Napier, Ryan Boatright and DeAndre Daniels (lead rebounder last season). Fresh faces Terrence Samuels, Amida Brimah and Kentan Facey join the lineup this year, and great things are expected from newbie Facey. Last year, even though UConn knew they were ineligible, the Huskies came up with 20-11 on the season, so fans are excited to see them play with more vigor and vivacity now that the record counts! Watch the Huskies as they try to fulfill high expectations and participate in the first-ever American Athletic Conference Tournament (Mar 12-15)!