UConn's NCAA champion basketball team arrived back on campus Tuesday to more than 7,000 cheering fans inside Gampel Pavilion, the team's home arena.
UConn’s Jordan Hawkins made this year’s NCAA championships a family affair Monday night when he picked up a title a day after his cousin Angel Reese led LSU to the women’s crown.
San Diego State was done in by a terrible shooting drought in the first half of Monday night's national title game against UConn.
Adama Sanogo powered UConn to the school's fifth national title with a 76-59 victory over San Diego State.
Connecticut guard Jordan Hawkins says he had no doubt he was going to play in Saturday night's 72-59 win against Miami in the Final Four despite battling a stomach illness.
UConn doled out another drama-free basketball beatdown, getting 21 points and 10 rebounds from Adama Sanogo to dispatch Miami 72-59 and move one win from the school’s fifth national title.
Jordan Hawkins scored 20 points and UConn overwhelmed its fourth straight NCAA Tournament opponent, earning its first trip to the Final Four in nine years with an 82-54 blowout of Gonzaga.
Adama Sanogo scored 10 of his 28 points in the first five minutes of the second half as fourth-seeded UConn took control and beat Rick Pitino’s Iona Gaels 87-63 in the first round of the NCAA Tournament.
Tyler Kolek and David Joplin each scored 17 points, and No. 6 Marquette moved into the Big East championship game for the first time by holding off No. 11 UConn 70-68.
Joel Soriano scored 19 points and grabbed 13 rebounds as St. John’s beat No. 6 UConn 85-74 to win in Hartford for the first time since 1988.
Zach Freemantle scored 16 points and grabbed 11 rebounds, and Colby Jones also scored 16, helping No. 22 Xavier hand No. 2 UConn its first loss, 83-73.