Rachel Hill, women's soccer. (Bret Eckhardt/UConn Photo)

Rachel Hill, Soccer Standout

Rachel Hill is one of the premier soccer forwards in the country. She leads the UConn women's soccer team in scoring and was on the U.S. U-20 National Team in 2014.

From left, Devon Mangle and Karson Ratliff (Volleyball), Chrissy Davidson and Chloe Hunnable (Field Hockey), all Class of 2015, holding their degree certificatesat Commencement in Gampel Pavilion. (Stephen Slade '89 (SFA) for UConn)

UConn Athletics Enjoys APR Success

UConn had 13 teams that posted perfect 1000 Academic Progress Rate scores in 2013-14, the NCAA announced Wednesday.

JJ Bivona '16 (CLAS) in the lab on April 16, 2015. (Peter Morenus/UConn Photo)

#WhyWeAreHuskies: Being a Student-Athlete

A video profile of biology major and football player JJ Bivona '15 (CLAS) is the fifth and final in this year's week-long series.

Welcome Home, Champions!

Highlights from last week's victory lap for the 2015 national champions women's basketball team.

Huskies to Celebrate 10th National Title with Victory Lap

The women's basketball players and coaches will begin their victory lap at Storrs Center at 5:15 p.m.

Decking the Halls

Celebrate the year's successes as part of the UConn family this Husky holiday season.

The UConn field hockey team and head coach Nancy Stevens (back row, second from left) pose with the 2014 NCAA National Championship trophy, after defeating Syracuse 1-0 to win the tournament. (Keith Lucas, Sideline Media, for UConn)

UConn Field Hockey Wins 2014 National Championship

The Huskies claimed their fourth national title – their second in a row – with a 1-0 victory over Syracuse.

Gampel Pavilion on First Night, Oct. 17. (Stephen Slade '89 (SFA) for UConn)

‘Green’ Lighting to be Installed at Gampel Pavilion

New energy-efficient lights to be installed this winter will drastically reduce energy consumption and costs at the arena.

The Field Hockey team poses with the 2013 NCAA National Championship trophy, after beating Duke 2-0 on Nov. 24. (UConn Athletic Communications Photo)

Field Hockey Claims Third National Championship

The Huskies shut out Duke's Blue Devils by a score of 2-0.

UConn's head field hockey coach Nancy Stevens is the all-time winningest coach in NCAA Division I history, with a career record of 562 wins. She is shown here with the 2012 team. (Steve Slade '89 (SFA) for UConn)

Nancy Stevens Becomes NCAA Field Hockey’s All-Time Wins Leader

With Friday's win over Louisville, Hall of Fame Coach Stevens now sports a career record of 562 wins.