Monthly Archives: March 2010

Two UK signees honored

Two future Kentucky players, Sarah Beth Barnette and Kastine Evans were named their state’s Gatorade players of the year. Barnette of Lexington Christian was named for the state of Kentucky while Evans was awarded in Connecticut. They both will be … Continue reading

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Cats signee named MVP

Guard Maegan Conwright was named Most Valuable Player of the University Interscholastic League Girls State Basketball Championship after leading her Mansfield Timberview High School to its first Class 4A championship last weekend in Austin. Conwright, a 5-foot-9 guard/forward from Arlington, … Continue reading

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Morrow honored for Good Works

This was announced by the Southeastern Conference this morning: Kentucky junior guard Carly Morrow was chosen as UK’s representative on the Good Works Team. Morrow was honored for her work including volunteering at the YMCA’s Fall Festival, taking part in … Continue reading

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SEC finals: No. 4 Tennessee 70, No. 19 Kentucky 62

No. 4 Tennessee (30-2) vs. Kentucky (25-7) It wasn’t the cakewalk Tennessee might have expected, but they still got the sweet reward at the end, a 70-62 win over Kentucky and a 15th Southeastern Conference Tournament championship. It went nicely … Continue reading

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SEC Tournament: Kentucky vs. Miss. State

Semifinals: No. 19 Kentucky (24-6) vs. Mississippi State (19-11) Kentucky advances to its first Southeastern Conference championship game since 1982 to face Tennessee after beating Mississippi State 76-55 in the semifinals. UK had to come back from down by as … Continue reading

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SEC Tournament

Sorry for the technical difficulties on Friday. We’ll see if we can’t do better today. We are at the Gwinnett Center in Duluth, Ga., and will provide updates throughout the game. Please stay with us and tell a friend about … Continue reading

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SEC Tournament: Kentucky 65, Auburn 54

Quarterfinals: No. 19 Kentucky 65, Auburn 54 Kentucky advances to the semifinals with a win over Auburn. The Cats are in front of the Big Blue faithful offering their thanks and joining them in singing the fight song as Victoria … Continue reading

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