Relive four of the greatest moments in UConn basketball history. Each set comes with four laser-etched coasters depicting these historic plays:
2002 National Championship vs Oklahoma - The GOAT seals it
2001 Conference Championship vs Notre Dame - Drive and fade away
2016 National Championship vs Syracuse - 4th straight title
1995 National Championship vs Tennessee - Coast to coast
These leatherette coasters are laser etched to reveal a vibrant silver foil. - Size: 4&amp;quot; x 4&amp;quot; x 0.15&amp;quot; per coaster - Weight: 0.15lbs (4oz) - Stitched border
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2002 National Championship
The GOAT seals it
UConn vs Oklahoma
82 - 70
31 March, 2002
In Diana Taurasi's first NCAA Championship appearance, her Huskies held a six point lead with just under two minutes remaining. Taurasi took the ball into her own hands and backed down a defender then pulled up and hit a jump shot with two defenders in her face, drawing a foul in the process.
2001 Conference Championship
Drive and fade away
UConn vs Notre Dame
78 - 76
6 March, 2001
Sue Bird hit a fadeaway jumper at the buzzer to lift No. 2 Connecticut to an emotional 78-76 victory over No. 1 Notre Dame and give the Huskies their 10th Big East tournament championship.
2016 National Championship
4th straight title
UConn vs Syracuse
82 - 51
5 April, 2016
Looking to secure their fourth consecutive championship, the Huskies were dominant from the opening tip. Moriah Jefferson capped off a great first quarter with a buzzer beater three to give UCONN a 15 point lead.
1995 National Championship
Coast to coast
UConn vs Tennessee
70 - 64
2 April, 1995
In Connecticut's first ever National Championship appearance, the Huskies found themselves tied late in the second half with Tennessee. That was until Jen Rizzotti collected a long rebound and went coast to coast, crossing over a defender, and making a layup to give UConn the two point lead, and the eventual victory.
I got these as a birthday gift for a family member who is a lifelong avid Duke fan! It was the perfect gift! High quality and fun.
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