Monthly Archives: January 2011

UK moves up to No. 16

Kentucky, riding a six-game win streak, moved up to No. 16 in the latest Associated Press poll released on Monday. The Cats face Auburn on Thursday and then SEC leader Tennessee a week from Monday.

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UK’s O’Neill wins SEC honor

Reserve Jennifer O’Neill was named the Southeastern Conference’s Freshman of the Week after averaging 12.5 points in 21.5 minutes of action in Kentucky’s two wins last week. Those wins included a career-high 15 points in a come-from-behind win at Florida … Continue reading

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No. 19 Kentucky 78, Vanderbilt 68

Kentucky (14-4, 3-2 SEC) vs. Vanderbilt (13-6, 4-2) UK still holds steady with a 68-56 lead with 3:25 to go. Vandy’s headed to the line and has a chance to get as close as it’s been this half. Kentucky has … Continue reading

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Familiar faces return for alumni game

Kentucky will have its first-ever women’s basketball alumni game at noon on Sunday at Memorial Coliseum. UK has released the names of players who will play in the game, which is free to any who plan to attend. The game … Continue reading

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Snowden will play vs. Vandy

Keyla Snowden’s stress fracture in her toe likely will change the amount of practice she will be allowed to do for the rest of the season and it will keep her from practicing again on Friday, but Kentucky Coach Matthew … Continue reading

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Snowden likely out vs. Florida

Guard Keyla Snowden, who has been battling a foot injury for the past two weeks, is doubtful for the game at Florida on Thursday. “I haven’t gotten the sense this week that she’s playing in this game, but we’ll have … Continue reading

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No. 19 Kentucky 72, Mississippi State 60

No. 19 Kentucky let a big lead slip, but it still got its second Southeastern Conference win 72-60 over Mississippi State on Sunday at Memorial Coliseum. Four Cats finished in double figures behind Victoria Dunlap’s game-best 22 points and 10 … Continue reading

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Snowden still sits

Kentucky guard Keyla Snowden remained on the bench Sunday in warm-ups for this afternoon’s game versus Mississippi State. Snowden, the Cats’ third-leading scorer and one of the Southeastern Conference’s leading three-point shooters, is battling a foot injury. Coach Matthew Mitchell … Continue reading

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No. 19 Kentucky 66, South Carolina 48

No. 19 Kentucky (11-4) vs. South Carolina (9-7) UK tries to put an end to a three-game losing streak. Kentucky is up 58-47 with 4:30 to play. USC led by as many as seven points early in the second half … Continue reading

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Snowden out with foot injury

Junior Keyla Snowden will not play tonight versus South Carolina after suffering a fracture of her right foot. The team’s third-leading scorer is listed as day to day, according to UK media relations staff.

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