Monthly Archives: January 2014

Pinkett will miss Georgia game

Kentucky guard Bernisha Pinkett will miss Thursday night’s game at Georgia after being transported to the hospital during practice on Wednesday afternoon. An emergency care unit was called to the Joe Craft Center to transport Pinkett, who was experiencing symptoms … Continue reading

Posted in Uncategorized | Comments Off on Pinkett will miss Georgia game

Cats drop out of AP top 10 for first time in 31 weeks

It’s strange when you think about how many seasons Kentucky went without ever being ranked in the national polls to think that this week marks the first time the Cats have been ranked out of the top 10 in the … Continue reading

Posted in Uncategorized | Comments Off on Cats drop out of AP top 10 for first time in 31 weeks

Mitchell to donate $2 for every fan as Summitt tribute

Coach Matthew Mitchell has pledged to donate $2 for every fan who attends the Kentucky women’s next two home games as a tribute to his friend and mentor Pat Summitt and her battle with Alzheimer’s disease. The Southeastern Conference has … Continue reading

Posted in Uncategorized | Comments Off on Mitchell to donate $2 for every fan as Summitt tribute

Still bad blood between Auburn, Kentucky?

Nearly a year to the day since demolishing Auburn 97-53, which included an early 24-2 run and a 30-point halftime lead, Kentucky will face the Tigers on their turf. It was what happened after the first half last season that … Continue reading

Posted in Uncategorized | Comments Off on Still bad blood between Auburn, Kentucky?

Evans misses game with leg injury

Senior guard Kastine Evans did not play on Sunday after suffering from an undisclosed leg injury. Evans, the Cats’ third leading scorer at 11.2 points a game, had started 30 straight games before being sidelined. She was on the UK … Continue reading

Posted in Uncategorized | Comments Off on Evans misses game with leg injury

Did players-only meeting ready UK for South Carolina?

A loss to unranked Florida was not acceptable to Kentucky’s leaders. So they didn’t wait long to do something about it. On Sunday, just hours after the Gators upset UK at Memorial Coliseum, the players were back in the gym … Continue reading

Posted in Uncategorized | Comments Off on Did players-only meeting ready UK for South Carolina?

Injured Stallworth gaining confidence

DeNesha Stallworth had never sat out before with an injury, not once in her career, so missing five games after an arthroscropic surgery on her left knee was difficult for the Kentucky forward. “I’ve never sat out, never anything,” the … Continue reading

Posted in Uncategorized | Comments Off on Injured Stallworth gaining confidence

Could Goodin-Rogers return like Louisville’s Slaughter?

In one of the most awful coincidences imaginable, both Kentucky and Louisville announced that they had lost players for season because of blood clots. But last Friday after a second opinion at the famed Mayo Clinic, Louisville’s Antonita Slaughter, who … Continue reading

Posted in Uncategorized | Comments Off on Could Goodin-Rogers return like Louisville’s Slaughter?

Mitchell: Epps needs ‘boost of confidence’

After playing double-digits minutes five straight games, freshman Makayla Epps hadn’t played more than nine minutes since conference play started a week ago. That included just six minutes off the bench for Kentucky in its loss to Florida on Sunday. … Continue reading

Posted in Uncategorized | Comments Off on Mitchell: Epps needs ‘boost of confidence’

Expect Stallworth return ‘sooner rather than later’

Kentucky forward DeNesha Stallworth, who had arthroscopic knee surgery less than a month ago, could see some limited action as early as Sunday against Florida. Stallworth, who was averaging 14.2 points and seven rebounds a game before her procedure, was … Continue reading

Posted in Uncategorized | Comments Off on Expect Stallworth return ‘sooner rather than later’