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Paw Prints The Daily Roundup

It’s game day for the UConn Huskies women’s basketball team as they will go for a record 71st straight win in the Big East Women’s Tournament Semifinals against the Notre Dame Fighting Irish.

The game is scheduled to start at 6 p.m. and will be televised nationally on ESPNU. The game will also be available on ESPN360. 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

UConn’s 70-70 vision [Jim Fuller – New Haven Register]

Feeling her pain [Jim Fuller – New Haven Register]

ESPN Might Channel Final Seconds Of Historic Night Nationally [John Altavilla – Hartford Courant]

Stokes Wins Championship [Rich Elliott – CT Post]

Huskies On Verge Of History, Not That Geno Cares [Rich Elliott – CT Post]

Big picture focus: the ultimate ‘Get out of jail free’ card [Roger Cleaveland – The Republican-American]

John Altavilla And Dom Amore Following The Big East Quarterfinal Victory Over Syracuse [Shawn Courchesne – Hartford Courant]

Postgame Interviews Following The Big East Tournament Quarterfinal Victory Over Syracuse [Shawn Courchesne – Hartford Courant]

UConn women extend streak to 70 [CT Post]

UConn women’s notebook — Moore hits mark [CT Post]

UConn women’s report card [CT Post]

UConn Women’s Game Day [CT Post]

UConn Women Tie Record With 70th Straight Win [Hartford Courant]

Moore Reaches 2,000-Point Mark [Hartford Courant]

Like UConn’s Streak, The Questions Don’t End [Hartford Courant]

UConn Women Go For Record-Breaking Win Tonight [Hartford Courant]

Hartford Bids For USA Women’s Exhibitions [Hartford Courant]

UConn women match record streak with 70th straight win (video) [New Haven Register]

Huskies tie consecutive wins mark with 70th straight [Norwich Bulletin]

Moore’s play means more than just scoring [Norwich Bulletin]

UConn makes it 70 in a row [The Day]

Tournament notebook [The Day]

UConn seeking perfection yet again [The Day]

70 straight wins and counting for UConn women [The Republican-American]

UConn women’s notebook: Exclusive company for Moore [The Republican-American]

Here come the Huskies [South Bend Tribune]

The Streaking Uconn Women []

Connecticut Women’s Basketball Ties Record 70-Game Win Streak []

Little drama in UConn’s script []

’70 nominees for 70 wins []

No. 1 UConn women top Syracuse at Big East Tournament, keep NCAA-record winning streak going at 70 [The Star-Ledger]

UConn Men’s Basketball links

Starting Five Flip-Flop? [David Borges – New Haven Register]

No word on UConn starters for BET [Ed Daigneault – The Republican-American]

UConn Practices On Eve Of Big East Tournament [Mike Anthony – Hartford Courant]

Jim Calhoun on Jerome Dyson, Stanley Robinson and Gavin Edwards [Mike Anthony – Hartford Courant]

Last Resort [Neill Ostrout – CT Post]

Men’s Basketball Heads to 2010 BIG EAST Championship []

Dyson, Walker make All-Big East third team [CT Post]

UConn’s Walker, Dyson 3rd Team All-Big East [Hartford Courant]

Dyson, Walker make All-Big East third team [New Haven Register]

Three Huskies earn Big East honors [The Day]

Calhoun sticking to ‘statement’ [The Day]

Puzzling time for UConn’s seniors [The Republican-American]

Shaking up the bubble: This week’s games can make or break those on the edge [USA Today]

UConn Football links

Q&A with UConn coach Randy Edsall, Part I [ – Big East Blog]

Other UConn related links

Softball: Vaughan Double Leads Huskies Past Eastern Michigan 3-2 []

Softball: Huskies Drop Miken Classic Finale To FAU 2-1 In Extra Innings []

Women’s Ice Hockey: No. 7 Women’s Ice Hockey Falls in 2-1 Overtime Hockey East Title Game []

Women’s Lacrosse: Lapham Scores Seven in 16-12 Connecticut Lacrosse Win at Binghamton []

Baseball Picks Up Fifth Straight Victory with 9-7 win over Cal State Northridge []