Prince Marvin

Alum Marvin Prince gives color commentary on his role as a producer and Danette on top sports broadcast “The Dan Patrick Show.”

Categories: Athletics

The Moments That Made Sue Bird

Husky royalty and WNBA icon Sue Bird reflects on some of the most fateful moments in her 30 years of trailblazing. Think you’ve heard them all? Think again!

Categories: Athletics

Basketball Capital of the World

We might as well just change Storrs’ name to this. As Jim Nantz writes here, “People don’t say Duke and UConn in the same sentence often enough, but they need to now.”

Categories: Athletics

Which Cover Will You Get?

Watch your mailbox. We were so excited to celebrate our 5th men’s basketball national championship win that we created 5 commemorative covers and randomly distributed them to our readers. Want them all?

Categories: Athletics, The University

I’m With the Band

Hundreds of UConn Marching Band alums converged on the fall 2022 Homecoming weekend to give David L. Mills, longtime director, a proper send-off.

Categories: Athletics


From the court to the front office, Swin Cash ’02 (CLAS) brings a winning mindset.

Categories: Athletics

The Kitchen QB

Cauliflower curry, plant-based chili, and how Jordan Mazur ’12 (CAHNR) helps keep the San Francisco 49ers in fighting shape.

Categories: Athletics, Food, Health

Play Ball!

From spitballs to spin rates, these two alums have stayed with every curve thrown at them in a combined four decades of umpiring Major League Baseball.

Categories: Athletics

Polo Win

Women’s polo brought home its 8th national title, the team’s first championship since 2008.

Categories: Athletics

Heritage Cards

There are many ways to identify the pinnacle in the career of an athlete. Money, fame, medals, and trophies are some of the obvious ones. Dating back to the 19th century, being pictured on a trading card is another one of those benchmarks.

Categories: Athletics

Olympic Flag Bearer

On the way to winning a historic fifth Olympic gold medal, Sue Bird ’02 (CLAS) was voted by fellow Team USA athletes to be the delegation’s flag bearer for the Opening Ceremony of the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020.

Categories: Athletics


Leigh Ann Curl ’85 (CLAS) has been the head orthopedic surgeon for the Baltimore Ravens since 1998. Over and over, she has brought players back from injuries that appear career-ending.

Categories: Athletics

Huskies Take Tokyo

Six former Huskies helped Women’s Basketball Team USA to its seventh straight gold medal. All told, 14 former Huskies represented six nations in these 2020 Olympics and Paralympics.

Categories: Athletics

Downhill From Here?

Co-captain and veep of UConn’s ski team Sydney Murner ’21 (ENG) talks slaloming in the Before Times and raising money for Connecticut Children’s Hospital now.

Categories: Athletics

Cliff Robinson

Phil Chardis shares memories of former UConn basketball star Cliff Robinson who died in August at age 53.

Categories: Athletics

Husky Forward

Batouly Camara ’19 (ED), ’20 MA: “My ultimate purpose is to create spaces for women to dream.”

Categories: Athletics

Casey Cochran

Winning UConn QB Casey Cochran ’15 (CLAS) ’17 MS left the game after suffering his thirteenth concussion.

Categories: Athletics

Success Is in the Cards

For more than a decade, Moises Rodriguez ’95 (CLAS), assistant general manager of the St. Louis Cardinals, works to find the team’s Latin American baseball stars of tomorrow.

Categories: Athletics

The Husky Ticket Project

Despite living in New York City for the past five years, true fans Kevin Solomon ’14 (BUS), Jeremy Longobardi ’12 (BUS), and Kevin Kortsep ’12 (BUS) have made it a mission to keep supporting UConn Nation.

The Knockout Doctor

Ringside, cageside, in the bullpen, and on the field, Dr. Anthony Alessi is on a mission to save as many human brains as possible

Categories: Athletics

What’s Next

“My expectations are higher than those of the most delusional fan,” says men’s basketball coach Dan Hurley

Categories: Athletics

The Big Four for the Big Four

The UConn women’s basketball team made more than a little history this spring with their 82–51 win over Syracuse in the NCAA National Championship game.

Categories: Athletics

Courtside Manner

“The irony is I’m not a sports fan,” says Brian McKeon ’88 (CLAS) about his work as chief medical officer and team physician for the Boston Celtics.

Categories: Athletics


The Ballard Institute and Museum of Puppetry hosted an exhibit of celebrated mascot costumes and lore.

Categories: Athletics

1,000 For Geno and C.D.

Can you name each of these WBB players past and present who celebrated with Geno and Chris ’99 M.Ed at Mohegan Sun Dec. 19?

Categories: Athletics

Show Him the Money

Three Decades ago he played for Coach Calhoun. Today Greg Economou ’88 (CLAS) is a major Hollywood player. Many of the same principles apply.

Categories: Athletics, Business

The Small Price of Survival

With just a little knowledge and some very basic equipment, most sudden deaths in young athletes can be prevented. “How you respond in the first 10 minutes of a catastrophic incident is often the difference between life and death,” says Casa.

Categories: Athletics, Research

From the Editor

Confession: I enjoy watching many sports and playing far fewer, but I must admit to some unattractive internal smirking whenever members of my cheering section start high-fiving and chest-bumping and yelling, “We did it!”

Categories: Athletics

Shay Subramanian

This finance student from Trumbull, Conn., by way of India, lives his life in leaps and bounds.

Categories: Athletics

Rebecca Lobo

Kudos Former women’s basketball star and current ESPN analyst Rebecca Lobo ’95 (CLAS) talks with ESPN’s Jay Bilas about being named to the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame. The first UConn player to win the honor, she joins UConn coaches Geno Auriemma and Jim Calhoun. Lobo helped bring UConn its first national championship during the undefeated […]

Categories: Athletics