The Huskies pick up their first Big East win of the season. Ben Awashie and Moussa Wade had goals as the UConn Huskies men’s soccer team held off a late challenge from the Marquette Golden Eagles in a 2-1 win in a Big East men’s soccer game at Morrone Stadium at Rizza Performance Center on Wednesday, October 13, 2021.
The Huskies winless streak continues. A strong showing in the second half pushed the UMass Minutemen to a 27-13 win over the UConn Huskies football team at McGuirk Alumni Stadium in Amherst, MA on Saturday, October 9, 2021.
The Huskies had a chance to win their most winnable FBS game of the season and blew it. Despite leading for more than half of the game, UConn football’s quest for their first win of the decade will have to wait at least another week, and likely a lot longer.
The Huskies will also play a closed-door scrimmage and have a handful of players dealing with nagging injuries. After undergoing an ulnar nerve transposition and scope on her left elbow surgery in July, junior guard Christyn Williams declared herself “100 percent” for the start of official practice.
The Huskies led for 54 minutes before giving up a pair of goals in less than two minutes. UConn men’s hockey led for 54 minutes before giving up a pair of goals 1:23 apart en route to a 2-1 loss to No.
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The Huskies came agonizingly close to their first win but gave up the game-winning score as time expired. UConn football took an early lead and also jumped ahead late in the fourth quarter but still lost to Vanderbilt, 30-28, to fall to 0-6 on the season.
It wasn’t pretty but the Huskies earned a gritty victory in their season opener. UConn men’s hockey opened its season with a 6-3 victory over the Sacred Heart Pioneers — the Huskies were ahead by one goal before a pair of empty-net goals in the final 46 seconds.
Also, Mike Cavanaugh pushes for Sacred Heart to join Hockey East and reveals a couple of the Huskies’ lines for Saturday. When UConn men’s hockey takes the ice on Saturday against Sacred Heart, 582 days will have passed since the Huskies’ last game at the XL Center.
With an exciting season set to begin, some guesses about how it will pan out. Feel free to share yours in the comments! UConn men’s hockey kicks off the 2021-22 season on Saturday against Sacred Heart with high expectations.
The Huskies hope to build off a strong 2020-21 season even with star guard James Bouknight off to the NBA. Tuesday marked the first official practice of the season for UConn men’s basketball, but head coach Dan Hurley didn’t see it as more than anything than a continuation of the hard work the team has been putting in.
The Huskies showed their first notable signs of improvement in years. UConn football may have lost, but the Huskies put together their best performance of the 2021 season so far, hanging tough with Wyoming despite being 30+ point underdogs.
Despite his small 190-pound frame, Bouknight proved capable of finishing through contact on occasion and was also tremendous at getting to the foul line, averaging 6.8 free throws per 40 minutes – a top 15 mark among all players on ESPN’s top 100.