Here Is UConn’s Non-Conference Schedule

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Here is the non-conference schedule for the UConn women for the 2012-13 season. This does not include the three games the Huskies will play in the Paradise Jam in St. Thomas, Virgin Island from Nov. 22-24. Those opponents are yet to be deterimed

IUP (H) – Nov. 2 – Exhibition

Holy Family – Nov. 7 – Exhibition

Duke (H) – TBA

Charleston (H) – Nov. 11

Texas A&M (A) – Nov. 18

Paradise Jam (three games, Nov. 22-24)

Colgate (H) – Nov. 28

Maryland (H) – Dec. 3 – Jimmy V Classic

Penn State (H) – Dec. 6

Oakland (Mich.) (H) – Dec. 19

Hartford (A) – Dec. 22

Stanford (A) – Dec. 29

Oregon (A) – Dec. 31 – (Knight Classic / Nike)

Baylor (H) – TBA [likely February 2013]





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5 thoughts on “Here Is UConn’s Non-Conference Schedule

  1. Husky love

    I would love for UC to join the ACC,time to move on to bigger and better things. Lol We’ve dominated the BE for years. Duke, UNC, AND MD will all be great over the next 6 years, lets join them. Let ND have the BE, they need the wins more than we do…….Lol

    1. UconnFan

      I do not think the ACC is better than the Big East~ For the last 4-5 years we have put in more teams and went further in the tournament than them – so what makes them better?

  2. Genosguy

    Husky love, it appears that Uconn is playing more and more ACC teams–could that be a prelude? I think Geno would be willing to take his Women to the ACC–even if Calhoun and the Football don’t jump.
    Looking at the schedule I see too many “patsys”, it would be great to front load the schedule with mid to upper level teams, not super great, just very good. The great ones UConn can take on in the NCAA tourney.
    But it time UConn fans get real. Geno is great, fact not fiction. But when you play, you can lose. Win more than 20 games per year you are very good, win more than 30 for 10 years running and you are among the stars. Getting into the Final 4, 5 years running–is only amazing. To win is beyond excellent. To lose in the final 4, 360 NCAA teams would die for. To Get to the elite 8–they’d sell their souls for–the sweet 16 they’ve prayed for–But Geno does this year after year–horrors of horrors UConn lost 5 games last year (won 30). But we concentrate on the 5–we are a glass half empty type of fans—we need to become more half full types. The Women, the coaches and Geno and Christine have earned our respect and they deserve it. So if a game is lost in the 2012/13 season–accept it as part of the game, it is!!!

    1. TZToronto

      We’ve become so accustomed to “invincible” women’s teams at UConn that any loss is verging on the unthinkable. To lose five in a season is close to the end of the world as we know it. Geno is truly a basketball recruiting genius and not a bad coach, either. (LOL!!) His true talent, though, lies in making the most of what he has to work with. This was the case in 2011-12. Sometimes has has more to work with than he needs, and this is where the invincibility notion comes from.

  3. fishpaw31

    Hard to believe the traditional MLK,Jr.Day game hasn’t been planned yet…where’s Monday, Jan.21st ?

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