Want UConn-Baylor Tickets? Less Than 1,000 Remain

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Ticket update on the UConn-Baylor game courtesy UConn sports information:

Less Than 1,000 Tickets Remain for Women’s Hoops’ Game vs. No. 1 Baylor

Defending Champs Will Come to Hartford on February 18
STORRS, Conn. – Less than 1,000 tickets remain for the No. 3/2 University of Connecticut women’s basketball team’s showdown with No. 1/1 Baylor, which is set for Monday, February 18 at 9 p.m. at the XL Center in Hartford.

Fans interested in attending the UConn vs. Baylor tilt should visit THIS LINK to place their order, or call 1-877-AT-UCONN (1-877-288-2666).

The Huskies are fresh off a 76-43 victory over Villanova on Tuesday and sport a 19-1 overall record, including a 6-1 mark in BIG EAST play.

Baylor is off to an 18-1 start with its lone loss coming to Stanford on November 16 in Hawaii. BU has won 16-straight since that loss, including wins over Notre Dame and Tennessee.
UConn is 2-1 all-time against the Lady Bears, including a 70-50 victory over Baylor in the 2010 NCAA National Semifinal.

Most recently, Baylor defeated UConn by a 66-61 count on December 18, 2011 in Waco, Texas. In Baylor’s only other visit to the XL Center, then No. 1 UConn defeated the then No. 2 Lady Bears by a slim 65-64 margin on November 16, 2010.

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6 thoughts on “Want UConn-Baylor Tickets? Less Than 1,000 Remain

  1. martin fallon

    Meeting Baylor in the regular season and playing ND three times before the NCAA’s leaves few surprises, It would be great to win all five of these potential contests, particularly the last one, but the odds aren’t good. However, if someone can stop Diggins from going to her left and McBride from muscling in close, we’ve got as good a chance, maybe better, than anybody.

    1. Master Mind

      Diggins and McBride are excellent players with lots of experience. Diggins is very fast and tricky. She has a few “tells” and one is when she attacks the basket with a big being guarded by another big will throw the wrap around pass almost every time.

      I was hoping Banks and or Mo Jeff would be fast enough to stay between Diggy and the basket. Keep her from using her dominant left hand. So far they haven’t met the challeng. Farist isn’t fast enough to guard Diggy or McBride. No insult just a fact.

  2. UconnFan

    Both ND and Uconn will be will be better prepared for the NCAA tournament as a result of playing against each other at the end of the season.

  3. Village Idiot

    The Baylor game is not “meaningless”. It’s a measureing tool, as was the ND game. It gives Geno and his staff a “talking point” to his players. I will be a game where the film is used to point out how to handle Sims, Williams, Pope and Griner.
    Maybe just maybe–when Uconn meets them in the final 4 Uconn will come out the winner.

    Geno this time of the year puts out a lot of smoke. The cloud may cover personnel injuries or give ND/Baylor the impression a key player won’t be available for the game.

    Geno is the real Master Mind.

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