Head football coach Bob Diaco in the Schenkman Football Facility. A gift from Diaco and his wife Julia will help fund new facilities for other sports at UConn. (Stephen Slade '89 (SFA) for UConn)

Bob and Julia Diaco Announce Gift for Athletic Facilities

The UConn Football head coach hopes to help build facilities for other sports to match those given by previous donors to the football program.

Steve Emt practices at the Norfolk Curling Club on Oct. 29, 2015. (Peter Morenus/UConn Photo)

Steve Emt, Curling His Way to South Korea

An unlikely string of events turned the former UConn basketball walk-on's life around in ways he could never imagine.

The team celebrates their 7-2 win over Houston to take the 2016 AAC Championship title. (Stephen Slade '89 (SFA) for UConn)

UConn Baseball Wins Conference Championship, Advances to NCAA Tournament

After defeating Houston in the AAC championship on Sunday, the Huskies will face Georgia Tech as the No. 3 seed in the NCAA Tournament Friday.

The interior of the Werth Family Basketball Champions Center. (Stephen Slade '89 (SFA) for UConn)

Basketball ‘Wall of Champions’ an Opportunity for Fans

Fans can secure their name on the wall with a donation to the Werth Family UConn Basketball Champions Center, the first University building financed entirely by private donations.

President Barack Obama and UConn Head Coach Geno Auriemma embrace at the White House on May 10, 2016. (Stephen Slade '89 (SFA) for UConn)

UConn Women Return to White House

The President predicted the team will be back, even though he won't be there.

Breanna Stewart said it all when she addressed fans during a pep rally after the Huskies' triumphant return to campus. (Bret Eckhardt/UConn Photo)

‘Stewie’ Sums it Up

Breanna Stewart said it all when she addressed fans during a pep rally after the Huskies' triumphant return to campus after winning the national championship.

Seniors Morgan Tuck, Breanna Stewart, and Moriah Jefferson celebrate their fourth national title in a row with head coach Geno Auriemma. (Stephen Slade '89 (SFA) for UConn)

Four in a Row: Huskies Make History

A championship rally for the team will be held today in Gampel Pavilion at approximately 5:15 p.m. Doors will open at 4:30 p.m.

Lucy Gilson, professor of management and a faculty advisor to some of the women's basketball players. (Photo courtesy of Lucy Gilson)

Women’s Basketball Success a Team Effort Off-Court, Too

The team has been celebrated for both its athletic and academic prowess everywhere from national media accounts to the nation's White House.

Students watch the women’s NCAA title game at Gampel Pavilion in 2010. (Frank Dahlmeyer/UConn Photo)

Game Watch At Gampel

UConn will host a game watch at Gampel Pavilion on Tuesday evening for the NCAA Women’s Basketball Championship game. Admission is free but tickets are required.

Student-athlete Kennedy Meier in a biology lab on March 23, 2016. (Sean Flynn/UConn Photo)

Student-Athlete Strong: Kennedy Meier

The Husky swimmer and Babbidge Scholar says one of the biggest challenges student-athletes face is keeping up with academic work while traveling.