The 2022–23 UConn women’s basketball schedule was released in September 2022. The Huskies’ schedule is heavily weighted toward, games at Gampel Pavilion, and nationally televised appearances. Tune in to the official Website https://uconnhuskies.comfor more dates.
UConn women’s basketball schedule
The UConn women’s basketball schedule for 2022–23 has already started. You might be curious about how to watch and listen to games as the anticipation for another season of Huskies basketball grows. In NCAA Division I women’s basketball competition, the University of Connecticut in Storrs, Connecticut, is represented by the UConn Huskies women’s basketball team. In 2019–20, they finished their seven-season stay in the American Athletic Conference and returned to the Big East Conference for the 2020–21 campaign.
The Huskies, under the direction of Hall of Fame head coach Geno Auriemma in his 38th season at UConn, split its home games between the XL Center in Hartford, Connecticut, and Harry A. Gampel Pavilion on their campus in Storrs.
|November 6||Kutztown (Exhib.)||XL Center||W 115-42|
|November 10||Northeastern||Gampel Pavilion||W 98-39|
|November 14||No. 3 Texas||Gampel Pavilion||W 83-76|
|November 20||No. 10 NC State||XL Center||W 91-69|
|Phil Knight Legacy|
|November 25||Duke||Portland, OR||W 78-50|
|November 27||No. 9 Iowa||Portland, OR||W 86-79|
|December 2||Providence*||Gampel Pavilion||W 98-53|
|Jimmy V Women’s Classic|
|December 4||No. 7 Notre Dame||South Bend, IN||L 74-60|
|December 8||Princeton||Gampel Pavilion||W 69-64|
|December 11||No. 20 Maryland||College Park, MD||L 85-78|
|Hall of Fame Women’s Showcase|
|December 18||Florida State||Uncasville, CT||W 85-77|
|December 21||Seton Hall*||XL Center||W 98-73|
|December 28||No. 21 Creighton*||Omaha, NE||W 72-47|
|December 31||Marquette*||Gampel Pavilion||W 61-48|
|January 3||Butler*||Indianapolis, IN||W 80-47|
|January 5||Xavier*||Cincinnati, OH||W 73-37|
|January 8||DePaul*||Gampel Pavilion||Postponed (Injuries)|
|January 11||St. John’s*||Elmont, NY||W 82-52|
|January 15||Georgetown*||XL Center||W 65-50|
|January 17||Seton Hall*||South Orange, NJ||W 103-58|
|January 21||Butler*||Gampel Pavilion||W 79-39|
|January 23||DePaul*||Gampel Pavilion||W 94-51|
|January 26||Tennessee||Knoxville, TN||W 84-67|
|January 29||Villanova*||XL Center||W 63-58|
|February 1||Providence*||Providence, RI||7 p.m.|
|February 5||South Carolina||XL Center||12 p.m.|
|February 8||Marquette*||Milwaukee, WI||8 p.m.|
|February 11||Georgetown*||Washington, DC||5 p.m.|
|February 15||Creighton*||Gampel Pavilion||7 p.m.|
|February 18||Villanova*||Villanova, PA||2:30 p.m.|
|February 21||St. John’s*||XL Center||7 p.m.|
|February 25||DePaul*||Chicago, IL||2 p.m.|
|February 27||Xavier*||Gampel Pavilion||7 p.m.|
|BIG EAST Tournament|
|March 3||First Round||Uncasville, CT||TBD|
|March 4||Quarterfinal||Uncasville, CT||TBD|
|March 5||Semifinal||Uncasville, CT||TBD|
|March 6||Final||Uncasville, CT||7 p.m.|
|March 15-16||First Four||TBD||TBD|
|March 17-18||First Round||TBD||TBD|
|March 19-20||Second Round||TBD||TBD|
|March 24-25||Sweet Sixteen||Greenville, SC/Seattle, WA||TBD|
|March 26-27||Elite Eight||Greenville, SC/Seattle, WA||TBD|
|March 31||Final Four||Dallas, TX||TBD|
|April 2||National Championship||Dallas, TX||3 p.m.|
UConn Huskies Performance So Far
UConn played remarkably well against early opponents, with impressive victories over 3 Texas, 10 NC State, and 9 Iowa in the first weeks of the season despite already being missing two players. Juhász suffered a thumb injury in the Texas game and missed many weeks of play.
After being forced to sit out the previous season due to injuries, Aubrey Griffin started. With Edwards apparently unstoppable in the paint and Mühl leading the league in assists per game, Fudd started the season as the top scorer.
Even with Juhász’s comeback, the Huskies only had seven players who were healthy at the end of December after Fudd’s injury in the loss to No. 7 Notre Dame. UConn’s game versus DePaul on January 8 had to be postponed since there were only six available players for the Huskies.
How to watch UConn women’s basketball Live?
The majority of UConn’s games will be broadcast on SNY, the Huskies’ official television network. This year, UConn will receive a tonne of national attention.
If your provider offers SNY, you can watch every game the UConn Huskies play on TV. Altice/Optimum, Charter Spectrum, Cox, Comcast/Xfinity, and DirecTV are some of the Connecticut service providers.
If you want to use one of the streaming services mentioned above rather than traditional cable, you can also watch SNY on DirecTV Stream, FuboTV, Hulu + Live TV, and YouTube TV.
You can watch UConn games, as well as pregame and postgame programming, on SNY.tv and on the SNY app if you have an SNY subscription. On iOS, Android, tvOS, Android TV, Apple TV, Fire TV, and Roku, users can download the SNY app.
Future UConn women’s basketball schedule and television designations:
- Sun, Feb. 5 at. South Carolina, 12 p.m. (FOX)
- Wed, Feb. 8 at Marquette, 7 p.m. (SNY)
- Sat, Feb. 11 at Georgetown, 5 p.m. (SNY)
- Wed, Feb. 15 at. Creighton, 7 p.m. (SNY)
- Sat, Feb. 18 at Villanova, 2:30 p.m. (FOX)
- Tues, Feb. 21 at. St John’s, 7 p.m. (SNY)
- Sat, Feb. 25 at DePaul, 2 p.m. (FOX)
- Mon, Feb. 27 at. Xavier, 7 p.m. (CBS Sports Network)
If You prefer to listen to sports on the radio or you are unable to view a game live. You’re covered by the UConn Sports Network from IMG Learfield. For the women’s games, Bob Joyce and Debbie Fiske will be on the call.
The main station in Hartford is 97.9 ESPN. WINE 940 AM, WGCH 1490 AM, WICC 600 AM, WAVZ 1300 AM, WXLM 980 AM, WATR 1320 AM, WILI 1400 AM, and 95.3 FM are other radio stations.
Additionally, you can watch UConn women’s basketball Schedule live on the Varsity Network or UConn athletics mobile apps. check here for more sports news jksidco