Located inside the UConn Storrs campus alumni hall, the J. Robert Donnelly Husky Heritage Sports activities actions Museum is open to most of the people sooner than and after three Husky basketball video video games in February. Opening hours are the first time the museum has been open to most of the people since sooner than the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Alumni Hall is located at 2384 Alumni Drive, and followers can entry the museum by way of the doorway door. It is located near the northern end of the Sherman Family Sports activities actions Difficult.
The museum opens 2 hours sooner than and 1 hour after the next recreation.
On Wednesday, February fifteenth, the women’s recreation vs Clayton shall be at 7pm, the museum shall be open from 5pm to 7pm and 9:15pm to 10:15pm.
Saturday, February 18, at noon, Males’s vs. Seton Hall, museum open from 10am to noon and a pair of:15pm to 3:15pm.
On Wednesday, February twenty second, the lads’s recreation in opposition to Windfall shall be at 6:30pm, and the museum shall be open from 4:30-6:30pm and from 8:45-9:45pm.
Refreshments shall be served whereas the museum is open.
The Husky Heritage Sports activities actions Museum is the final phrase trip spot for every longtime followers of the faculty and first-time visitors. The museum tells the tales of all his UConn teams, coaches, and student-athletes who had been part of the rich historic previous that makes up the Husky experience.
Furthermore, a documentary about Husky males’s basketball legend Worthy Patterson, Pushing the Boundaries: UConn’s First NBA Participant, may have a campus premiere on the Museum on February 22 and shall be confirmed repeatedly. This documentary was produced by Ronnie Forchheimer of Be Good or Be Gone Media and knew the lifetime of the late Patterson.