Paw Prints – The Daily UConn Roundup – 3/1

Paw Prints is our daily look at the happenings for the UConn Huskies football, men’s basketball and women’s basketball teams as well as some of the other sports. We will do our best to bring you the links from all of the media that covers the Huskies on a daily basis.

Paw Prints The Daily Roundup

It’s game day for the UConn Huskies women’s basketball team as they close out the regular season in South Bend, IN at the Joyce Center against the Notre Dame Fighting Irish.

The game is scheduled to begin at 7 p.m. and will be nationally-televised on ESPN2. The game is also available on ESPN360 where available. If you can’t catch the television broadcast, you can listen to the game on the WTIC/UConn Radio Network.

UConn Women’s Basketball links

Big East seedings update [Jim Fuller – New Haven Register]

The Big East Asks Tina Charles To Save Some For Later [John Altavilla – Hartford Courant]

Big East Tournament Schedule And Info Below [John Altavilla – Hartford Courant]

Mr. Altavilla answered some questions in his mailbag [John Altavilla – Hartford Courant]

No 3 For Tina [Rich Elliott – CT Post]

Muffet Likes Tina Too, Rematch Talk [Rich Elliott – CT Post]

No. 1/1 Women’s Basketball Looks for Perfect Regular Season in South Bend []

Tina Charles can re-write UConn record books [CT Post]

UConn women’s game day [CT Post]

UConn Women Can Complete Unbeaten Regular Season Vs. Notre Dame [Hartford Courant]

No. 1 UConn Women At No. 7 Notre Dame Preview [Hartford Courant]

Huskies continue with string of tests [New Haven Register]

With milestones looming, UConn focuses on the little things [The Day]

UConn women seek perfect season Monday night [The Republican-American]

Charles closes in on career marks []

UConn’s win streaks, then and now []

Memorable wins on the march to 70 []

UConn won’t rest players against Notre Dame [AP]

2nd loss to UConn could leave No. 7 ND as 5th seed [AP via Greenwich Time]

UConn Men’s Basketball links

Over in a New York Point Guard’s Minute [David Borges – New Haven Register]

UConn men back in limbo [Ed Daigneault – The Republican-American]

Turnover trouble [Gavin Keefe – The Day]

Loss To Louisville Stings, But Season Not Over [Mike Anthony – Hartford Courant]

Walker Takes It Length Of Court, No Timeout [Mike Anthony – Hartford Courant]

Kemba Walker’s Play, Louisville’s Threes [Mike Anthony – Hartford Courant]

Catch 22? No, they’d drop it [Neill Ostrout – CT Post]

Video: Senior Day Ceremony Sunday At Gampel Pavilion [Shawn Courchesne – Hartford Courant]

Closing Moments And Postgame Interviews After UConn’s 78-76 Loss To Louisville Sunday In Storrs [Shawn Courchesne – Hartford Courant]

Lost Opportunity [UConn Huskies Basketball]

Sloppy UConn gives away game to Louisville [CT Post]

Turnover trouble: UConn men’s basketball notebook [CT Post]

Louisville Defeats UConn, 78-76 [Hartford Courant]

Not A Fitting End To Senior Day [Hartford Courant]

Louisville Threes Really Hurt UConn [Hartford Courant]

Mixed Day For Dyson [Hartford Courant]

UConn Vs. Louisville Extras [Hartford Courant]

UConn Men: By the numbers [Hartford Courant]

Cards deal Huskies pivotal loss [New Haven Register]

Don’t write those invitations in ink [New Haven Register]

Huskies (literally) throw it away against Louisville [Norwich Bulletin]

Tough time for tough loss [The Day]

UConn notebook [The Day]

UConn men suffer crippling loss [The Republican-American]

Louisville and UConn Tournament-bound despite massive flaws [College Hoops Journal]

UConn Football links

More Thoughts From CT High School Coaches [Desmond Conner – Hartford Courant]

DC’s answering questions in his mailbag [Desmond Conner – Hartford Courant]

Tracking Big East players at the combine [ – Big East Blog]

Other UConn related links

Softball: Vaughan Walk-Off Single Hands Huskies First Win Of 2010 []

Softball: Towers Named To FGCU Invite All-Tournament Team []

Baseball: Springer Homers as Huskies Cruise to 9-5 Victory Over Indiana []

Women’s Lacrosse: Lacrosse Makes it Two-Straight with 13-5 Win over Canisius on Saturday []

Women’s Ice Hockey: Heather Linstad Acknowledged for 300 Career Win Accomplishment []

No. 8/7 Women’s Ice Hockey to Face Providence in Hockey East Semifinal []