Women's Basketball

  • 2014
  • TV Show
  • None

Connecticut at Stanford.

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Jefferson excited to return home to Texas

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Moriah Jefferson expresses her excitement of returning back home to Texas after being selected by the Stars with the No. 2 pick and of playing in the same city as Tony Parker, whom she models her game after.

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Big personnel losses drop UConn from Creme's top three
ESPN women's basketball bracketologist Charlie Creme explains why he placed Connecticut at number four in his current preseason rankings and whether i (more…)
Stewart: Getting picked first just as high an honor as winning fourth title
Breanna Stewart talks to Jade McCarthy about the importance of achieving her goal of winning four national championships at UConn and how it compares (more…)
Breanna Stewart drafted No. 1 overall
The Storm select Connecticut's Breanna Stewart with the No. 1 pick in the WNBA draft.
Boyette to Sky
The WNBA tenth overall Imani Boyette explains her thoughts on heading to the Chicago Sky.
Copper to Mystics
The WNBA seventh overall pick Kahleah Copper explains what it means to be drafted by the Washington Mystics.
Stewie drafted to Seattle
The first pick of the WNBA draft Breanna Stewart discusses what it means to her to be drafted to the Seattle Storm.
Powers to Wings
The WNBA fifth overall pick Ariel Powers explains the great talent that awaits her in Dallas.
Banham on Kobe's 60 points
The WNBA fourth overall draft pick Rachel Banham discusses her excitement to see her favorite NBA player Kobe Bryant drop 60 points during the last ga (more…)
Banham to Sun
The WNBA fourth overall pick Rachel Banham explains what it means to her to play for the Connecticut Sun.
Who will be drafted after Stewart and Jefferson?
espnW's Mechelle Voepel previews Thursday's WNBA Draft with players that will be in the mix for picks three through five after Breanna Stewart and Mor (more…)
Championship Moment: UConn women's basketball
Connecticut women's basketball earns its championship moment by defeating Syracuse for its fourth straight title.
The evolution of Breanna Stewart
Tom Rinaldi looks at the childhood of UConn star Breanna Stewart, who has evolved into one of the best women's college basketball players of all time.
Breanna Stewart: Perfection
Rebecca Lobo narrates Breanna Stewart's unprecedented journey at the University of Connecticut, which wrapped up with a fourth national title.
UConn wins fourth straight title
UConn defeats Syracuse 82-51 for their 11th title in school history, capping off a 38-0 season.
UConn receives 2016 NCAA tournament trophy
NCAA president Mark Emmert presents the 2016 NCAA tournament trophy to the Connecticut women's basketball team.
Stewie ecstatic to win fourth national title
Connecticut forward Breanna Stewart explains how excited she is to defeat Syracuse and win the national championship.
Geno: There are no more places to conquer
Connecticut coach Geno Auriemma explains how important Connecticut players Breanna Stewart, Moriah Jefferson and Morgan Tuck were to winning UConn's 1 (more…)
Lawson: UConn more than just Stewart
Kara Lawson breaks down the depth of the Huskies and how they will deal with Syracuse's defense.
Stewie on wanting to win four titles
Connecticut forward Breanna Stewart explains to espnW's Julie Foudy why, as freshman, she wasn't afraid to say she wanted to win four national champio (more…)
Pressure in Final Four finals
LaChina Robinson and Carolyn Peck of espnW discuss the amount of pressure Connecticut and Syracuse face in the upcoming Final Four championship game.
Syracuse rolls into title game beating Washington
Syracuse continues its postseason run, topping Washington to set up a date with UConn in the national championship game.
Hillsman and Butler discuss advancing to Final Four finals
Syracuse coach Quentin Hillsman and guard Brianna Butler discuss defeating Washington and how they plan to defeat Connecticut in the Final Four finals (more…)
Creme: Peterson is a tough point guard
Charlie Creme of espnW explains why Syracuse women's basketball point guard Alexis Peterson will be a handful against Washington in the Final Four.
Sport Science: Osahor's 3-point prowess
Heading into the Final Four, Washington's Chantel Osahor is getting a lot of attention for her 3-point accuracy and use of an old-school technique. Jo (more…)

Cast & Details

  • Premiered: November 18, 2014
  • Rating: None
  • Premise: Connecticut at Stanford.