Monthly Archives: May 2014

New mom, Ohio coach ‘riding on a high’

Forgive Ohio University Coach Jodi Hermanek if this NCAA Tournament trip — just the second in school history — is all a blur. A little less than three weeks ago, Hermanek gave birth to her first child, Emma Fay Horton, … Continue reading

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Kentucky promotes Tilley to assistant AD spot

Kentucky promoted Amy Tilley to assistant athletics director for women’s basketball on Tuesday. Tilley had been serving in that capacity since the resignation of Ukari Figgs at the start of last season. “Amy stepped into this role under difficult circumstances … Continue reading

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Goodin-Rogers completed treatment, expected to play

Freshman forward Kyvin Goodin-Rogers, who missed this season after a pulmonary embolism was discovered in her lungs in October, has completed her six-month treatment and is expected to make a full recovery, UK confirmed Thursday. Goodin-Rogers tweeted on Wednesday that … Continue reading

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Mitchell hires assistant coach, recruiting coordinator

Her Twitter profile and avatar had turned Kentucky blue in the past two weeks, but it finally became official on Thursday as UK announced the hiring of Christian Stefanopoulos as the team’s new assistant coach and recruiting coordinator. Stefanopoulos, 30, … Continue reading

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