Monthly Archives: January 2013

Kentucky’s long, hard road to an SEC title

Kentucky can’t have any missteps and Tennessee is going to have to trip up for the Cats to defend their Southeastern Conference regular-season championship this season. UK has a tough, tough road (quite literally). Looking ahead, league leading Tennessee has … Continue reading

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Coaching pioneers to be honored Sunday

In conjunction with National Girls and Women in Sports Day, Kentucky will honor each of its first coaches for its women’s varsity sports on Sunday at halftime of the Georgia game. Each of the first head coaches for each sport … Continue reading

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Kentucky earns highest ranking in 30 years

For the first time since 1983, the Kentucky women are in the top five in the nation in the Associated Press poll. With Cal’s upset over Stanford on Sunday, UK and its 15-game win streak seized the No. 5 spot … Continue reading

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Bishop out with wrist injury

Kentucky forward Azia Bishop will miss 3-4 games with a small fracture in a bone in her left wrist. The sophomore forward injured her non-shooting wrist when she fell to the ground going in for a fast-break layup against Alabama … Continue reading

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Will UK women be hooked up to heart monitors, too?

Coach John Calipari announced via his website this week that his team is hooked up to heart monitors to make sure they’re working to their maximum potential each practice and game. Kentucky women’s coach Matthew Mitchell laughed when he was … Continue reading

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