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Fri Mar 21 17:11:01 2014 UTClccn-n20050566830.10Basketball Geno's way0.220.47Running down a dream the true story of a young girl's incredible basketball journey /43709262Geno_Auriemman 20050566836696048lccn-n96048385Connecticut Huskies (Basketball team)nc-university of connecticutUniversity of Connecticutlccn-n99011480MacMullan, Jackielccn-n00109692Walters, Johnlccn-n79056688University of Connecticutlccn-n84215079Connecticut Public Televisionnc-connecticut huskies womens basketball teamConnecticut Huskies (Women's basketball team)lccn-no2005010738Championship Productionsnp-church, skipChurch, Skipnp-schindler, teriSchindler, TeridrtAuriemma, GenoUniversity of ConnecticutConnecticutBasketballBasketball for womenAuriemma, GenoConnecticut Huskies (Basketball team)Basketball coachesUnited StatesWomen basketball playersBasketball--TrainingBasketball--CoachingSportsSports for womenBasketball for women--CoachingCollege sportsBasketball for children--TrainingFathers and daughtersCollege athletes--RecruitingBasketball--OffenseBasketball--Defense19541995199620002001200220042005200620072009201020134761924796.3232GV885.35121ocn034425983visu19960.10Basketball Geno's wayGeno Auriemma, coach of the University of Connecticut's women's basketball team, shares his winning tips to get even the youngest player started on the right foot101ocn034255877visu19950.1835-0Chronicles the 1994/95 University of Connecticut Women's Basketball Team season, during which the team had a perfect record of 35 wins and no losses, including the NCAA Division I tournament Championship. Interviews with coaches and players give personal insights to the success of the team and the development of the season which broke all previous records for number of games won and drew unprecedented national media attention to women's collegiate basketball programs62ocn045699913visu20000.47Running down a dream the true story of a young girl's incredible basketball journey"This is the first in-depth look at the college recruiting process of the nation's best women's basketball player, the 1999 National Gatorade Player of the Year, [Nicole Kaczmarski]. She changes high schools three times looking for the best home for her game. Tension and pressure from many sources makes her recruiting experience unique. Witness the father-daughter relationship as it twists and bends through this high pressure odyssey."61ocn048393379visu20000.10UCONN women's basketball 2000 a season to rememberChronicles the team's run for the national title, with candid interviews of head coach Geno Auriemma, other coaches, and players62ocn071788021visu20040.478 essential defensive drills51ocn469741145visu20090.47All access: practice with Geno AuriemmaGeno Auriemma, women's basketball coach at the University of Connecticut, coaches and narrates his way through the first four practices of the 2008-09 seaon51ocn084811273visu20050.47Auriemma, GenoThe 70-minute player development workoutAuriemma presents an effective workout that breaks down specific aspects of the game into drills that build quality, well-rounded players41ocn124508488visu20040.47Auiemma, GenoGeno Auiemma: teaching the High Post and Triangle Offenses31ocn227011601visu20070.47Four cornerstones of half court defense21ocn064276480visu20010.23Believe in the dream the history of UConn women's basketballThe incredible story of UConn women's basketball dates back to 1902 with the struggle to get a women's basketball team into existence at the University of Connecticut. Since that time, the team has endured nearly a century of ups and downs. Thanks to a tradition of team spirit and dedication, along with the coaching talents of Geno Auriemma guiding the team to two national championships, UConn women's basketball has earned its place in the history books21ocn133112741visu20070.1035-0! 94-95Chronicles the 1994/95 University of Connecticut Women's Basketball Team season, during which the team had a perfect record of 35 wins and no losses, including the NCAA Division I tournament championship. Interviews with coaches and players give insights into the team that broke all previous records for number of games won and drew unprecedented national media attention to women's collegiate basketball programs21ocn040987202visu19950.10Auriemma, GenoTraps from a man/zone defenseComplete, unedited version of a lecture given by Geno Auriemma at a nationally renowned coaching clinic in 199521ocn133112765visu20070.10The perfect season, 01-02Chronicles the 2001/02 University of Connecticut Women's Basketball Team season, during which the team had a perfect record of 39 wins and no losses11ocn646351369visu20060.47The complete guide to the high post offense"Auriemma uses players in live 3-on-3 and 5-on-5 settings to illustrate the principles of the offense. A majority of teaching is done in the 3-on-0 or 3-on-3 settings, progressing to 4-on-4 and 5-on-5. Auriemma begins with entries into the high post including the back door/hand off sequence, on ball screen and roll, the small-big back screen, the scissors action at the high post, and the dribble weave. The '40' series presents the offense with several options from the same action, which makes scouting difficult for opponents. A final section discusses how players can read the defense, which is a big part of playing the high post. The 3-Man Read and React drill helps players flourish in the offense. This offense is multi-dimensional and will challenge the defense in many ways. The High Post offense is as effective against zones as man-to-man. Because of its versatility, you can save practice time by working on this multi-purpose offense."--Container11ocn859161969visu20130.47All access basketball practice (2011-12)Good defense is based on knowing what your opponent does well and taking it away. Watch Caoch Auriemma and his staff teach their players how to defend the baseline drive, close out on the shooter, defend on-ball screens, rebound and communicate11ocn859162218visu20100.47Auiemma, GenoGeno Auiemma: dynamic offensive practice drills3534ocn061211351book20060.21Auriemma, GenoGeno : in pursuit of perfectionBiography"In this deeply personal memoir, Geno Auriemma reveals for the first time the man behind the legend. He talks candidly about his coaching style - famed for being one of the most demanding in all the sports world. He spills the beans about his stormy dealings with other coaches such as his archrival, Pat Summitt of the University of Tennessee. And with warmth and a genuine love for his champions, he writes openly about Diana Taurasi, Sue Bird, Nykesha Sales, Rebecca Lobo, Swin Cash, and all of his other UConn stars who have gone on to stellar WNBA careers. You get a courtside seat to all of the action - including an epilogue on the 2004-05 season, as well as interviews with the team's most celebrated players."--BOOK JACKET+-+7912201995521ocn048918137book20020.19Walters, JohnThe same river twice : a season with Geno Auriemma and the Connecticut Huskies+-+454441624531ocn133112781visu20070.10A tribute to GenoBiographyThe story of Geno Auriemma, head coach of the University of Connecticut Women's Basketball Team, featuring interviews with former players and coaches+-+7912201995Fri Mar 21 16:02:05 EDT 2014batch11586