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A Look At The UConn Women's Roster

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32 | Heather Buck

C, 6-3, So., Stonington

After averaging just 6.8 minutes as a freshman, needs to produce in the post now that Tina Charles has graduated.

30 | Lorin Dixon

G, 5-4, Sr., Springfield Gardens, N.Y.

Point guard is expected to increase her scoring production (2.4 in the first three seasons).

31 | Stefanie Dolson

C, 6-5, Fr., Port Jervis, N.Y.

After spending her summer playing for USA Basketball's U18 team, she could start immediately.

5 | Caroline Doty

G, 5-10, Jr., Doylestown, Pa.

Will miss this season because of her third left ACL injury, but still has two years of eligibility.

12 | Lauren Engeln

G, 5-11, Fr., Laguna Hills, Calif.

Averaged 19 points and 10 rebounds as a high school senior and can play both guard spots.

34 | Kelly Faris

G, 5-11, So., Plainfield, Ind.

Versatile player who contributed in many ways as a freshman, but she'll need to score more as a sophomore.

14 | Bria Hartley

G, 5-7, Fr., North Babylon, N.Y.

Dolson's teammate on the U18 team, her skills could help her become UConn's next great point guard.

3 | Tiffany Hayes

G, 5-10, Jr., Lakeland, Fla.

Excellent three-point shooter and slasher who will be counted on to complement Moore's scoring.

25 | Michala Johnson

F, 6-3, Fr., Bellwood, Ill.

In the mold of Swin Cash, this lanky post player has already recovered from two knee injuries in high school.

23 | Maya Moore

F, 6-0, Sr., Lawrenceville, Ga.

The three-time All-American and USA Basketball standout has already scored 2,168 points for UConn.

11 | Samarie Walker

F, 6-1, Fr., West Carrollton, Ohio

A consensus top 10 prospect at Chaminade Julienne High, the school that sent Tamika Williams to UConn.

Geno Auriemma's Staff

Chris Dailey: Geno Auriemma's longtime friend and confidant is in charge of most of the behind-the-scenes details.

Marisa Moseley: In her second season at UConn, her responsibilities include coaching the post players.

Shea Ralph: The former UConn guard begins her third season on Auriemma's staff.

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