Monthly Archives: December 2014

O’Neill feeling good, likely a go vs. Alabama

It sounds like Jennifer O’Neill’s time on the Kentucky bench will be minimal. The senior guard and the Cats’ leading scorer has been practicing this week in preparation for No. 11 Kentucky’s Southeastern Conference opener at Alabama on Friday. After playing in … Continue reading

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Jennings named SEC Freshman of Week

Alexis Jennings was named the Southeastern Conference Freshman of the Week after leading Kentucky in its win over Tennessee State on Sunday. The 6-foot-2 forward set new career highs with 27 points and eight rebounds in the victory. It marked … Continue reading

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Updates on UK’s injured guards

Jennifer O’Neill, Kentucky’s leading scorer, sat out as a precaution after straining her left patella tendon while scrambling for a loose ball in practice on Saturday. There is no structural damage, Coach Matthew Mitchell said, and listed O’Neill as day to … Continue reading

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Duke will try to set world record versus UK

Duke will try to set a world record during its game against Kentucky on Sunday at Cameron Indoor Stadium. It’s not an attendance record or a basketball record. Nope. It’s a world record for the largest gathering of holiday sweaters. A … Continue reading

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Kentucky assistant coach resigns

Christian Stefanopoulos has stepped down from her position as assistant coach at Kentucky while battling an undisclosed illness, head coach Matthew Mitchell told the Herald-Leader on Wednesday morning. “We are behind Christian all the way and we are supporting her through her … Continue reading

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Broken thumb sidelines Goss 4-6 weeks

Kentucky will have to get through at least the next month without its best on-ball defender and most veteran leader. Senior guard Bria Goss will miss between four and six weeks with a broken left thumb, which she sustained at … Continue reading

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