Paw Prints The Daily Roundup

If you’re attending the UConn/West Virginia football game on Saturday at Rentschler Field, the UConn Student-Athlete Advisory Committe (SAAC) is holding a winter coat drive.

The UConn Huskies football program was honored by the American Football Coaches Assocation for it’s graduation rate.

As usual, the rest of the football news will be located in the upcoming West Virginia/UConn game preview.

If you missed the news yesterday, the UConn women’s 1995 NCAA Championship team will be the lastest “Huskies of Honor” recipient.

And if you missed this, you’d know that the UConn women lost out on another recruit in Krista Gross.

Cassie Kerns and Tahirah Williams play a valuable supporting role for the UConn women’s team.

Amanda Kimball’s job is to get the UConn women in shape.

Lorin Dixon learned a valuable lesson after last season.

Geno Auriemma has been impressed by Heather Buck in practice so far.

The Battle in Seattle featuring the UConn men’s basketball team and Gonzaga will have the largest crowd ever to watch a game in the state of Washington.

Mike Anthony of the Hartford Courant says UConn men’s basketball recruit Durand Scott is still considering UConn.

David Gillett had a profile of former Husky Ben Gordon.

UConn men’s soccer players Dori Arad and Karl Schilling were named to the ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District First Team.

The UConn men’s soccer team is preparing for it’s final regular season game against the Seton Hall Pirates tonight.

The UConn Huskies baseball team officially announced their 2009 schedule yesterday.

The UConn women’s volleyball team will host the Seton Hall Pirates (tonight) and the Villanova Wildcats (Sunday) over the weekend.

The UConn men’s hockey team will take on Union College and Quinnipiac on the road this weekend. The game against Quinnipiac will be broadcast live on My-TV9 (WCTX) at 7 PM on Saturday night. Former New Haven Ravens broadcaster Bill Schweizer will have the call.