All jokes aside, they had a great team that beat VUU in the championship game. Hopefully this will be a great experience for them, but UConn is coming off that lost in the tourney.
The top women's basketball teams in NCAA Division II and Division I will play each other prior to the start of their respective 2017-18 seasons.
Ashland University's women's basketball team will take on Connecticut on Sunday, Nov. 5, on the road in an exhibition game at a location and game time yet to be determined.
"When you're looking at scheduling, I was trying to schedule an exhibition game, and I had a really hard time getting a game, for a variety of reasons," said Ashland head coach Robyn Fralick. "I kept having people kind of jokingly say, 'Well, you should just ask UConn.' One of my old college teammates worked with one of the current UConn assistants, so that was the connection.