Paw Prints The Daily Roundup

It’s game day for the No.1 UConn Huskies women’s basketball team as the No. 4 Oklahoma Sooners come to Gampel Pavilion. Tip-off is scheduled for around 8:15 PM and the game will be televised nationally on ESPN.

All eyes tonight will be on the battle between Tina Charles and Courtney Paris.

It’s a big battle of two top-5 teams tonight at Gampel Pavilion.

Oklahoma has more than just Courtney Paris for UConn to worry about.

Courtney Paris has a NCAA record 97 straight double-doubles.

The Sooners should provide the Huskies with a good test tonight.

Both teams have more than just their elite centers in tonight’s matchup.

Rich Elliott of the Connecticut Post has some news in his UConn women’s notebook.

A.J. Price scored a season-high 14 points in yesterday’s win over Bryant.

Mike Anthony of the Hartford Courant has some extras from yesterday’s win over Bryant.

Hasheem Thabeet repaid Jim Calhoun for his patience yesterday.

It was a win for both UConn and Bryant yesterday.

It was a milestone win for Jim Calhoun yesterday.

Jim Calhoun was not completely happy with yesterday’s 30 point win over Bryant.

Neill Ostrout of the Connecticut Post has some postgame notes from yesterday’s win over Bryant.

David Gillett says the Huskies showed some swagger in the win over Bryant.

Mike Anthony of the Hartford Courant has some notes about Ater Majok’s status and some recruiting news.

UConn Huskies defensive lineman Rob Lunn checks in with another entry over at Thoughts From a Fat White Guy.

The UConn men’s soccer team lost 2-1 in overtime to the Creighton Blue Jays in the third round of the Men’s College Cup.

The UConn men’s hockey team beat the Brown Bears 4-1.

The UConn women’s hockey team won the Nutmeg Classic with a 3-2 win over the Yale Bulldogs.

The UConn women’s volleyball team closed out their season with a 3-2 loss to the Middle Tennessee State Blue Raiders.

Is UConn athletic director Jeff Hathaway leaving UConn?