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Jim Calhoun

Special Assistant To the Director of Athletics

University of Connecticut

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Farmington, Connecticut,06030

United States

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NCAAB

newssportsheadlines.com [cached]

Connecticut coach Jim Calhoun says he has more talent this season than he had on the team that won the national championship in April.
Calhoun made the comment before a dinner at which the 2010-11 Huskies received their national championship rings. The coach said having a more talented team doesnt mean they are going to win another title, but he thinks they can.


Craig Austrie

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Legendary UCONN coach Jim Calhoun says:
Craig played at UConn for four years (2005-2009) under Hall of Fame coach Jim Calhoun. Legendary UCONN coach Jim Calhoun says:


Coach Bios

www.calhounallstargame.com [cached]

Jim Calhoun Cancer Challenge Ride and Walk
Autism Speaks Blog Coach Bios Coach Jim Calhoun Coach Jim Calhoun Coach Calhoun Having completed his 26th season as head coach at the University of Connecticut and his 40th year as a collegiate head coach, Jim Calhoun has unquestionably stood the test of time in establishing himself as perhaps the greatest program builder in college basketball history, compiling an overall collegiate head coaching record of 862-369 (614-232 at Connecticut). Jim Calhoun's coaching success story in cludes winning three NCAA National Championships (1999, 2004, and 2011 at Connecticut), passing the elite 800-win plateau, and earning basetball's highest honor, election into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame as a member of the Class of 2005. Coach Calhoun is also a member of the Founding Class of the National Collegiate Basketball Hall of Fame, announced in November of 2006. The beginning of what has become one of college basketball's greatest coaching achievements-transforming the University of Connecticut into one of the nation's elite programs-was launched in May of 1986 when Jim Calhoun was named head coach.


Autism Spectrum Quarterly

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Coach Calhoun loved the article and the notes from Jeff, Amy, Jim, Jen, and the grandkids.
I read the article too. You did a fabulous job and really captured what the Calhoun family is all about. You should be very proud of your work! Great job! Kathy Swanson, Assistant to Jim Calhoun, Head Coach, University of Connecticut Basketball Team


Issue # 15.6.1 “Freshmen Hazed†@ 2014 HWCI NCAA Pool

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The Huskies never trailed in winning their 4th title (the same number as Duke!), all in the last 16 years and two years removed from retired coach Jim Calhoun and one year removed from a postseason ban due to academics.
While UConn was a perfect 10/10 from the charity stripe, Kentucky bookended 6/7 by missing 7 of their first 13 free throws and their last three (including a front end of a one-and-one). Senior Shabazz Napier, while taking some ill-advised or quick shots, scored 22 pts and had 6 rebounds as he was one of the few who stayed on through the postseason ban.


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