Our alumni, faculty, and students reflect on their experience in the Neag School in this special video segment. Video produced by Nathan Oldham.
Chris Dailey, who has been by Geno Auriemma’s side for all 11 national-championship runs by the UConn women’s basketball team, was named as a finalist for the Women’s Basketball Hall of Fame Class of 2018.
PRNewswire (Neag School alumna Sheri Huckleberry is an inductee)
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When most people say “This place is a circus,” it typically means things have gone crazy or out of control. But for former circus clown and new Parish Hill girls’ basketball coach David Kohn, the phrase takes on a different kind of meaning.
Bob Bonn has added nine of the program’s 24 NCAA Division III sports. On his watch, the Red Men and Lady Reds have raised 115 banners — each signifying a conference championship or top-eight national finish — in 19 of those sports.
Iowa defeated Boston College 27-20 on Wednesday night at Yankee Stadium in the Pinstripe Bowl to close out its season in style.
Former UConn women’s soccer goalkeeper Emily Armstrong announced she signed with Icelandic soccer club IBV for the 2018 season in the Úrvalsdeild kvenna, Iceland’s top women’s soccer league.
Bob Bonn has always felt a tremendous desire to succeed. Winston Churchill taught him why.
Michael P. Alfano will be the next dean of the Isabelle Farrington College of Education. He comes to us from the role of dean, School of Education and Professional Studies, at Central Connecticut State University (CCSU) in New Britain.