Faris Says She Feels Okey Dokey

by Categorized: 2013 Big East Tournament, Kaleena Mosqueda-Lewis, Kelly Faris, UConn women's basketball Date:

I know, what else would you expect Kelly Faris to say when asked how her injured left foot feels.

She sprained it at the end of the first half of Monday’s loss at Notre Dame and has spent a week rehabbing it with Rosemary Ragle and the training staff.

She started Sunday at played 14 minutes, which was all she was needed in the 94-61 win. She was 2-of-4 from the field with three rebounds and three assists.

She said the toughest part of it all for her was “getting used to the idea that I have to take it easy with the injury.”

One last thing…

Kaleena Mosqueda-Lewis now has 100 three-pointers this season and is just seven from tying the program record set by Wendy Davis during 1991-92.

 

 

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16 thoughts on “Faris Says She Feels Okey Dokey

  1. Village Idiot

    Faris is one hard playing woman!! She has some not nice people who call her names, but they are jealous or Fans of another team.
    That team won’t be Baylor or Notre Dame–those fans have too much class to make nasty noises. Must be RU Fans!!

    Great game today, by all. But the Naysayers will say this isn’t Baylor, Notre Dame, Stanford, or even Duke–True. But Depaul has some tough kids who played their hearts out. My hat and my heart goes out to all those kid s on the “demons”, Martin, Jenkins, Hrolink??,Harry and others they never gave up.

    Congrats to Jefferson on a start, Stokes for playing well.
    You both will be needed down the road.

    1. Kevin Cavanaugh

      The bottom line is that they looked good. They played well and moved the ball up and down the court with precision.

      Also, Stewie played probably her best game – not because of her scoring, but because of her hustle.

      The second stringers held their own. Sometimes when the bench comes in and UCONN has a big lead, that lead dwindles, but not today.

      My gut tells me the Huskies are starting to peak.

      Dolson looked great and had time to rest for tomorrow. Faris, I am sure is not 100 percent but you will never hear it from her – she is a trooper.

      The 2nd string Bigs got some quality time and that is critical for what awaits them in the coming days and weeks.

      Go Huskies.

    2. nhntc47

      Agree with your remarks about Faris.
      I’m a Uconn fan, but I’m not jealous with Griner. I think Griner is a living example that a man can play women’s basketball and has a lot of success.

  2. william taylor

    We are in Port Charlotte fl. We get the game on SNY
    streaming through our computer. We are getting very poor reception, both audio and video, compared to when we subscribed to CPTV. Is anyone else having the same problem?? We do cheer them on though!!

    1. The Other John B

      We are in the San Francisco area and had the same problems as you did with SNY, and have been having reception problems all year. Whether or not this is an SNY problem or a WiFi bandwidth issue is hard to tell, but in any event we will not subscribe again until the reception is better – Sunday’s game was essentially unwatchable.

    2. Clete

      That’s mostly a Comcast problem, assuming you’re using a cable modem. They don’t want you to stream live sports because then you won’t need to pay for SportsChannel as part of their overpriced sports package. You’d find the same thing on ESPN3 for the games as well; I tried last night and couldn’t stay with it.

      1. Steve Gee

        The spotty reception I get with streaming SNY is MUCH better than the horrible broadcast quality experienced with ESPNU.
        What are they doing at ESPNU, smearing the camera lenses with Vaseline?

  3. Kelli Ferris-Squeel

    Diggins and McBride are both better than Miss I Was Took Chicken Sheet To Learn How To Shoot For 3 Year

    Diggins career stats blow away Miss Runs Around Like Her Hair Is On Fire

    Miss I Miss Open Layups only has one national championship because of Tina and Maya

  4. FREDDY KOOL

    UCONN AIN’T GOIN’ WIN THE NC WITH GESUS LETTIN’ MOOSKEETOR LOOZHER TAKE AS MANY SHOTS AS SHE WANTS. GESUS DID NOT LEARN HIS LESSON WITH MAYA. YOU CAN’T HAVE 4 PLAYERS WATCH 1 PLAYER RACK UP ALL THE POINTS THEY WANT AND EXPECT TO WIN A NC. UCONN WON 7 NC WITH 5 PLAYERS NOT WITH 1 THREE POINT GUNNER. SHE IS SELFISH. HEY GESUS DO YOU KNOW WHERE THE CHARTER OAK BRIDGE IS?

    1. Steve Gee

      OK, ye of many unclever names.
      Which is it?
      Geno doesn’t play enough of his bench … or is it TOO much now.. as I see you trumpeting only playing five as the way to go?
      Pick one and stay with it for goodness sake.

      1. Steve Gee's 2 Year Daughter

        Dad, the word “only” was not in the above post. You are so filled with hate for other posters that you cannot read and comprehend. Dad, you are a loser and a sad excuse for a human. Mom did the right thing leaving you and taking me with her. Dad, if you got help with your p0rn0graphy addiction, maybe you would have some brain cells.

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