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Men’s soccer: UConn defeated Michigan State last night 2-1. Mamadou Douodou Diouf scored his first goal of the season and Max Wasserman added the game winner on a free kick. Next up is a huge game vs. California Sunday at
7:30
4:30 PM at Morrone Stadium. The game was originally scheduled for 7:30 but has been changed because of power outages. No word yet on whether it will air on WHUS and/or All-Access.
Women’s Soccer: The women’s soccer team heads on the road for the first time this year. Tonight, they will face Wake Forest in Winston-Salem at 6:00 PM and on Sunday, they will face Virginia Tech in Winston-Salem at 11:30 AM. The former will be available on Wake Forest’s website, and both will be on WHUS 91.7 FM and WHUS.org (although the audio on the Demon Deacon’s site will be theirs). UConn is 1-1 so far this season.
Women’s Volleyball: Toyota UConn Classic starts tonight. Binghamton vs. Howard at 5:00, then the Huskies take on Holy Cross at 7:30. On Saturday, each team plays two games. The Bearcats face the Crusaders at 10:00 AM, followed by the Huskies taking on Howard at 12:30. Then at 5:00, it’s Howard-Holy Cross, followed by UConn-Binghamton at 7:30 to close it out.

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The update for September 4th, originally taken from my blog here.

Women’s Volleyball: In their second game of the Toyota UConn Classic, the Huskies swept Holy Cross 3-0. Read more about the win over the Crusaders here. The Huskies swept the Bearcats last night 3-0 to wrap up the tournament. Senior Jordan Kirk was named the tournament MVP, and was joined on the All-Tournament team by fellow Huskies Mattison Quayle and Kelsey Manning. The Huskies are now 4-2 on the season. Next up, the Huskies host Sacred Heart on September 6th at 7:30 PM. You can watch that game on Huskies All-Access.
Women’s Soccer: The Huskies got a big win against #15/17 Wake Forest Friday Night in Winston-Salem. Thanks to a goal by Danielle Schulman, and a winner by Devin Prendergast at 83:46, the Huskies beat the previously-undefeated Demon Deacons 2-1 and are now 2-1-0. Next up is Virginia Tech today, also in Winston-Salem. That game is at 11:30 AM and will be on WHUS 91.7 FM/WHUS.org.
Men’s Soccer: As previously mentioned, the Huskies play a huge game vs. California today at 4:30 PM. The Golden Bears are #7 in the country. That game will be on WHUS.org/WHUS 91.7 FM and All-Access.
Field Hockey: Another major game for the Huskies today, as they travel to Penn State to face the #8 Nittany Lions. With a win, the Huskies would likely move up to #2 nationally thanks to losses by #1 Maryland and #3 Virginia. #2 UNC beat #5 Syracuse, so the Huskies will likely be #2 to the Tar Heels when the rankings come out Monday if they pull off the win.
Softball: The 2012 softball schedule is up on the website. Find it here. No press release yet, so I'm assuming it's not finalized and will reserve comment.
Baseball: We can now begin to fill in bits and pieces of the 2012 schedule. St. John’s released their Big East schedule. The Huskies will travel to Kaiser Stadium in Queens April 13-15. That should be a big series, as always. Also, Sacred Heart’s website shows them hosting the Huskies on March 13 at a time to be determined. Let’s see if we can fill in more pieces before UConn releases their full schedule. That has typically been anywhere from mid-October to mid-December, so let’s wait and see.
 
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Men's soccer will air on WHUS at 7:30 PM on tape delay. Also, all-access is not available although GameTracker should be. According to the Penn State Field Hockey twitter, the field hockey team is tied 1-1 with 17 minutes left. The women's soccer team is losing 1-0 with only a few minutes left, although the Hokies have dominated the shots.

Edit 1:51 PM: Women's soccer loses 1-0. But field hockey wins 2-1 in OT. FH is now 3-0 on the year and will probably be ranked #2 in the country come tomorrow evening.
 
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