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S. RES. 113

Commending the Huskies of the University of Connecticut for winning the 
         2003 NCAA Division I Women's Basketball Championship.



                             April 9, 2003

    Mr. Dodd (for himself and Mr. Lieberman) submitted the following 
             resolution; which was considered and agreed to



Commending the Huskies of the University of Connecticut for winning the 
         2003 NCAA Division I Women's Basketball Championship.

Whereas the University of Connecticut women's basketball team won its third 
        national championship in 4 years by defeating arch-rival University of 
        Tennessee by the score of 73 to 68;
Whereas the Huskies finished the 2002-2003 season with a record of 37 wins and 1 
        loss, and have now won 76 of their last 77 games;
Whereas during the 2002-2003 season the Huskies won their 70th game in a row, 
        setting a new record for NCAA Division I Women's Basketball;
Whereas Coach Geno Auriemma has been coaching the Huskies for 18 years, and 
        achieved his 500th career win this season;
Whereas Coach Auriemma won his second-straight Coach of the Year honor this 
Whereas Diana Taurasi was chosen as the national women's player of the year, and 
        the NCAA Tournament's most valuable player;
Whereas Ashley Battle was chosen as Big East defensive player of the year;
Whereas the high caliber of the Huskies in both athletics and academics has 
        significantly advanced the sport of women's basketball and provided 
        inspiration for future generations of young men and women alike; and
Whereas the Huskies unparalleled success continues to bring enormous pride and 
        joy to the people of Connecticut and to sports aficionados around the 
        country: Now, therefore, be it
    Resolved, That the Senate commends the Huskies of the University of 
Connecticut for--
            (1) completing the 2002-2003 women's basketball season with 
        a record of 37 wins and 1 loss, including winning their record 
        70th game in a row; and
            (2) winning the 2003 NCAA Division I Women's Basketball 
        Championship, their fourth national championship.

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