Paw Prints – The Daily UConn Roundup – 2/18

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It’s game day for the UConn Huskies men’s basketball team as they’ll host the Marquette Golden Eagles this afternoon at the XL Center in Hartford, CT. Tip is scheduled for 12 p.m. and the game will be nationally televised on ESPN.

It’s also game day for the UConn Huskies women’s basketball team as they’ll host the St. John’s Red Storm tonight at Gampel Pavilion. Tip is scheduled for 7:06 p.m. and the game will be broadcast locally on CPTV. It’s also Senior Night as Tiffany Hayes and seven senior managers will be honored. CPTV will have coverage of that as well so be sure to tune in around 6:40 p.m.

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UConn Men’s Basketball links

With Blaney At The Helm, Huskies Staying Together – and Afloat [Dom Amore – Hartford Courant]

This and That from UConn’s Post-Practice Interviews [Dom Amore – Hartford Courant]

Calhoun Hip to “Linsanity” Three Years Ago [David Borges – New Haven Register]

Alex Oriakhi Excelling in Classroom [David Borges – New Haven Register]

Notes/Quotes from Feb. 17: “It could be the beginning of a turnaround for this season.” [Kevin Duffy – CT Post]

Game preview: UConn men host Marquette [Lee Lewis – The Republican-American]

‘Little’ Marquette heading to Hartford [Neill Ostrout – Journal Inquirer]

UConn needs 40-minute effort against Marquette [CT Post]

A UConn Win Against Marquette Would Be Huge [Hartford Courant]

UConn men seeking an energy boost [Journal Inquirer]

Beating Marquette may be signature win Huskies need [New Haven Register]

Oriakhi may be starting to come around [The Day]

UConn Women’s Basketball links

The 4-1-1 On Tiffany Hayes [John Altavilla – Hartford Courant]

Stevens Has Overcome A Knee Injury To Lead Red-Hot St. John’s [Rich Elliott – CT Post]

Senior Day At Gampel Pavilion Is All About Hayes [Rich Elliott – CT Post]

Hartley Named A Lieberman Finalist [Rich Elliott – CT Post]

Game preview: UConn women host St. John’s [Lee Lewis – The Republican-American]

Hayes to be honored on Senior Day [CT Post]

Tiffany Hayes, Caroline Doty Share A Special Bond [Hartford Courant]

UConn Women On Verge Of Another Signature Win [Hartford Courant]

Love before first sight [Journal Inquirer]

Hayes has made undeniable impact in four years [New Haven Register]

UConn Football links

Big East position rankings: QB [Andrea Adelson – ESPN.com]

Other UConn related links

M. Track. Huskies In Pursuit of BIG EAST Indoor Championship [UConnHuskies.com]

W. Swimming. More School Records Fall At BIG EAST Swimming [UConnHuskies.com]

M. Swimming. Yoon Sets School Record At Day Two Of BIG EASTs [UConnHuskies.com]

M. Swimming. Grant Fecteau Has Strong BIG EAST Diving Performance [UConnHuskies.com]

Baseball. Catching Up With UConn Baseball [UConnHuskies.com]

Baseball. Huskies Shutout Indiana Behind Ward’s Four-Hitter [UConnHuskies.com]

W. Ice Hockey. Huskies Host No. 9/10 BU on Senior Day [UConnHuskies.com]

W. Track. Heather Wilson Wins BIG EAST Scholar-Athlete Award [UConnHuskies.com]

Softball. Huskies Split Opening Day At Georgia Classic [UConnHuskies.com]

M. Ice Hockey. Men’s Hockey Drops Overtime Heartbreaker To Bentley, 2-1 [UConnHuskies.com]

M. & W. Swimming. Men’s And Women’s Swimming Both In Fifth Place At BIG EAST [UConnHuskies.com]

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