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If it has to do with New Haven and sports, you'll read about it here. Yale, Quinnipiac, New Haven, Southern Connecticut, Albertus Magnus, high schools, the New Haven Open, and Walter Camp to name a few. Plus we'll give you a look at the best to see each day.

Sunday, January 16, 2011

Monday's best

Starting today, we're going to offer what we feel are your best options for sports in the area on a daily basis.

Not a bad day to start, with several good options this Martin Luther King Day.

The Quinnipiac men's basketball team travels to Brown for a non-conference game at 1 p.m. After a horrific loss to Bryant the Bobcats responded with a nice win over a Central Connecticut team you just know was going after the jugular. Brown's a pretty easy ride and you can always get an early dinner at the Cheesecake Factory. If you don't feel like driving, listen to WQUN-1220 AM

The No. 10 UConn men play host to No. 7 Villanova at Gampel Pavilion in what should be a great battle of extraordinary backcourts. The game is at 3:30 p.m. and will be on ESPN.  Read Dave Borges' preview here

The second-ranked UConn women play at No. 11 North Carolina at 7 p.m. That game can be seen on ESPN2. Jim Fuller previews this game here

There are a handful of high school games today, with the Hillhouse boys playing New York City's Robeson at 11 a.m. in the Big Apple Invitational.

In girls basketball, Chris Hunn picks Morgan at Coginchaug as the game to watch today. Tip-off is 3:30 p.m. in Durham for this Shoreline showdown. Coginchaug is 9-1, 8-0 in conference play, and Morgan is 8-3, 7-2.

Both state AHL teams are off today.


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