The 2012-13 UConn Women’s Basketball Schedule

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The 2012-13 UConn women’s basketball schedule listing, date, opponent, site, time and TV. Starting times and television plans for some games will be announced soon.


2 – Indiana University (Pa.) (exhibition), Gampel Pavilion, 7 p.m.

7 – Holy Family, (exhibition), XL Center, 7 p.m.

11 – College of Charleston, Gampel Pavilion, TBA

18 – at Texas A&M, 2:30 p.m., ESPN2

22 – Wake Forest at Paradise Jam, U.S. Virgin Islands, 6 p.m., TBA

23 – Marist at Paradise Jam, U.S. Virgin Islands, 8:15 p.m., TBA

24 – Purdue at Paradise Jam, U.S. Virgin Islands, 8:15 p.m., TBA

28 – Colgate, XL Center, TBA


3 – Maryland (Jimmy V Classic), XL Center, 7 p.m. ESPN2

6 – Penn State, Gampel Pavilion, TBA

19 – Oakland (Mich.), XL Center, TBA

22 – at Hartford, TBA

29 – at Stanford, 4 p.m., ESPNU

31 – at Oregon (Knight Classic/Nike), TBA


5 – Notre Dame, Gampel Pavilion, 4 p.m., CBS

9 – at Georgetown, TBA

12 – at Marquette, TBA

15 – Louisville, XL Center, 9 p.m., CBS Sports Network

19 – Syracuse, XL Center, TBA

21 – Duke, Gampel Pavilion, 7 p.m., ESPN2.

26 – at Cincinnati, TBA

29 – Villanova, XL Center, TBA


2 – at St. John’s, TBA

5- Marquette, Gampel Pavilion, TBA

10 – DePaul, Gampel Pavilion, 3:30 p.m., ESPNU

12  – at Providence, TBA

16 – at Rutgers, TBA

18 – Baylor, XL Center, 9 p.m., ESPN2

23- Seton Hall, ,Gampel Pavilion, TBA

26 – Pittsburgh, XL Center, TBA


2 – at South Florida, TBA

4 – at Notre Dame, 7 p.m., ESPN2

8-12 – Big East Tournament, XL Center, TBA. ESPNU/ESPN



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6 thoughts on “The 2012-13 UConn Women’s Basketball Schedule

    1. dude in New Britain

      Fishpaw — you could count Holy Family as a second one, and maybe College of Charleston as a third.

  1. Just Sayin'

    Saw the team photo
    KML looks like she gained 25 lbs
    either that or everyone lost 20
    nice to see Faris is alive

  2. Baylor 80-0

    11 roster players. -1 for Buck except garbage time. -1 for Banks except garbage time. -1/2 for Doty who will sit against quick guards in tight games. -1/2 for Jefferson when Geno uses PG by committee. If Stewart and Tuck are as good as advertised, UConn’s rotation should be 8 in blowouts. Against Baylor, ND, and Stanford, look for a 6 or 7 player max rotation. Bad mouth me all you want. Geno will just tell you the players have not earned playing time in practice. And we all know where that eventually leads to – xfers.

  3. James Kerwin

    At lest the first three games are “warm=ups”
    JUST SAYING– I agree, Kelly Faris where are you??? KML got some bad press/blogs during the second half of the last season, undeserved. I made a nasty comment about her being a liability in the first ND game, she was–but she was a freshman. She was better in attacking the basket and side stepping defenders than Maya was in her first three years–and Maya is/was among the UConn greats. Where will KML be when she graduates?? 1,2,,3??

  4. Transporter4hire

    80-0 you are a fucking idiot I can tell that you were a loser in high school and you live in your mothers basement uconn women will win the national championship this year with whatever rotation they put in.

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