Athletics

Artist's rendering of the Toscano Family Ice Hockey Arena, currently under construction.

UConn Will Name New Hockey Arena the Toscano Family Ice Forum

State-of-the-art facility expected to host first events in early 2023

Smiling teammates

The Trot to the Top: Madison Robicheau ‘23

Robicheau and teammates from UConn's Women's Polo Team recently claimed victory at the first-ever National Intercollegiate Championship

An aerial view of UConn Field Hockey playing against Rutgers.

UConn Honors Trailblazing, Championship-Winning Field Hockey Coaches

The names of Diane Wright and Nancy Stevens will adorn two prominent campus locations in recognition of their towering contributions to UConn and their sport

durgin in running gear on turf

UConn Magazine: How to Run a Marathon — or a 5k

After her top-10 finish in the 10K final at the 2021 Olympic trials, Emily Durgin ’17 (CLAS) decided to take it up a notch.

Kyle Muncy '92 (CLAS) '22 MS, director of brand partnerships and trademark management, left, and his daughter Taylor Muncy '19 (CLAS) '22 MBA, wear their caps and gowns while standing next to the Jonathan the Husky statue on April 11, 2022.

Dad and Daughter Huskies Ready to Walk the Gampel Stage – Together

'They say the best-laid plans are not planned at all, and we didn't plan it'

soccer goaltender holding the soccer ball

UConn Magazine: Bend it like Rembrandt?

Maria Yatrakis ’02 (SFA) was recruited for the Greek Olympic team while she was playing soccer for UConn.

Kyle Huson '16 says his experiences at UConn have prepared him for the pressure and excitement of covering the Paralympic Games (courtesy of Kyle Huson).

‘I Feel Incredibly Lucky’: UConn Grad in Beijing to Cover Paralympics

How studying journalism and communication - and playing hockey - at UConn helped prepare Kyle Huson to cover the Games in China

Honoring Harrison ‘Honey’ Fitch: Star Athlete, UConn Trailblazer

The first Black basketball player in University history endured racist abuse from rival teams and fans, but never wavered in his pursuit of excellence

Renee Montgomery '09 is working with the Werth Foundation to make sure students like Rashana Weerasinghe (top) and Astou Diallo have the tools they need to succeed as students (contributed photos).

UConn Alumna’s Foundation Helping Werth Innovators ‘Make the Last Yard’

Renee Montgomery's journey from basketball stardom to boardroom success helps students navigate the challenges of college

UConn fans cheering on a basketball team at Gampel Pavilion in Storrs.

Study: Being a Fan at Gampel Pavilion (and Elsewhere) Absolutely Rules

Research demonstrates that the in-person experience is richer than watching an event on TV