Thousands turn out for UConn women victory parade

The team accomplished the historic feat last Wednesday of winning four national championships in a row.

The team accomplished the historic feat last Wednesday of winning four national championships in a row. (4/10/16)

HARTFORD - About 20,000 people lined the streets of Hartford Sunday to celebrate the latest UConn women's basketball national championship.

The team accomplished the historic feat last Wednesday of winning four national championships in a row.

"We were here last year and it is the most exciting thing," says fan Sue Addison. "It is a great way to show our gratitude to the UConn Husky women because they do a great job."

 

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