Monthly Archives: March 2015

UK’s Harper expects to play vs. Lady Vols

Kentucky’s Linnae Harper spent as much time on the bike as she did on the floor in the second half of the Southeastern Conference Tournament quarterfinals while battling soreness in her leg. The sophomore guard played a season-low 12 minutes … Continue reading

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Can Epps work her magic again?

Makayla Epps expects Friday night’s game with Mississippi State to be a tad claustrophobic. “I doubt they’ll let me go for 42,” the Kentucky point guard said laughing. “My first two I score might be very hard. They’re going to make … Continue reading

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Kentucky gets assist from Ole Miss band

Matthew Mitchell never thought he’d mutter the words “thank you” to Ole Miss. “I’m a Mississippi State grad,” the Kentucky coach laughed. “It’s hard for me to compliment Ole Miss. But I do tonight.” It was difficult not to when … Continue reading

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Cats’ quarterfinal game vs. Vandy moved

Two pieces of news on this Wednesday night from the women’s Southeastern Conference Tournament: The first is a schedule change, moving the Kentucky vs. Vanderbilt game up an hour to 8:30 p.m. (ET) because of icy roads and snow in the … Continue reading

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Injured Rice ‘probable’ for SEC Tournament

Freshman forward Alyssa Rice, who was injured during the second half of the game against South Carolina, was in a walking boot Monday, but it’s just precautionary, Kentucky confirmed. The Reynoldsburg, Ohio, native has an undisclosed foot injury and is listed … Continue reading

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Staley apologizes for actions at end of game

South Carolina Coach Dawn Staley apologized via Twitter for her sour reaction when Kentucky pulled its seniors out of the game Sunday night at Memorial Coliseum. Coach Matthew Mitchell called a timeout with 16 seconds left in the game, with … Continue reading

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