Monthly Archives: March 2014

UK’s Cauley-Stein hopes he can play in Final Four

INDIANAPOLIS — A piece of net tucked behind his left ear and crutches under both arms, Willie Cauley-Stein couldn’t stop smiling. After injuring his ankle in the region semifinals, Kentucky’s sophomore center didn’t get to play in the championship win … Continue reading

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Kentucky throwing selection show party

To celebrate its fifth straight appearance in the NCAA Tournament and the opportunity to host the first two rounds next week, Kentucky is throwing a selection show party for itself (and hundreds of its closest fans) on Monday at Memorial … Continue reading

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Amber Smith says ‘I’m a Lady Vol now’

There are more connections when Tennessee and Kentucky play than there are at some family reunions. UK’s Matthew Mitchell began his coaching career there as a grad assistant under Pat Summitt in 2000. Cats assistant coach Shalon Pillow was a … Continue reading

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South Carolina dominates SEC honors

As expected, regular-season champion South Carolina swept nearly all of the major Southeastern Conference awards on Tuesday. By her peers, Dawn Staley was named coach of the year; Tiffany Mitchell was named player of the year and Alaina Coates was … Continue reading

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SEC announces several tourney initiatives

The Southeastern Conference has launched several initiatives for the women’s tournament this week in Nashville, asking fans to support several charitable efforts that are close to home for some league coaches. On Friday, fans are asked to wear purple to … Continue reading

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