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Whitaker joins Matthew Mitchell’s staff

Yet another assistant coach from Dayton has jumped to Kentucky, but this time the hire is a name familiar to most basketball fans in the region. Former Harrison County and Western Kentucky standout Camryn Whitaker has been hired as UK’s … Continue reading

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Freshman Jaycee Coe to leave Kentucky

Little-used freshman guard Jaycee Coe has decided to leave Kentucky and transfer to another program, the school confirmed late Friday night The 5-foot-11 freshman from Gainesboro, Tenn., played in 16 games for UK this season and averaged 5.7 minutes and … Continue reading

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Mitchell to fill assistant coach vacancy

A women’s basketball assistant coach opening was posted on Monday to replace Christian Stefanopoulos, who left Kentucky at the start of the season with what the school called an undisclosed illness. The deadline to apply for the position is Saturday, … Continue reading

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Azia Bishop issues statement after suspension

Senior forward Azia Bishop, who was suspended for what turned out to be her final game at Kentucky for a curfew violation, issued a statement through UK Athletics on Monday afternoon. “I had an amazing four years at the University … Continue reading

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Thompson on mend; Cats looking ahead

During UK’s short NCAA Tournament run, Janee Thompson was back on the bench and walking in a boot without crutches or her scooter. The junior guard, who broke her leg at South Carolina on Jan. 11, said she’s been cleared … Continue reading

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Senior forward Bishop suspended one game

Kentucky senior forward Azia Bishop has been suspended one game for “failure to uphold team standards,” Coach Matthew Mitchell told the Herald-Leader before the Cats’ second-round NCAA Tournament game on Sunday at Memorial Coliseum. The seniors asked him to uphold … Continue reading

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Dayton advances to second round at Memorial Coliseum

Iowa State fell behind by as many as 17 points against Dayton before chipping the Flyers’ lead down to seven points late, but Dayton held on to win 78-66 and advance to the second round of the NCAA Tournament on … Continue reading

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Tenn. State coach Inman back in bluegrass

When Larry Joe Inman retired from Eastern Kentucky University, he thought he was hanging up his whistle for good. Turns out, the Tennessee State coach and longtime Colonels coach wasn’t quite finished. Coming out of retirement and taking over at … Continue reading

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UK’s Epps said she’s feeling good

A little bit of rest went a long way for Makayla Epps, who has been slowed in recent weeks by an Achilles’ tendon strain and soreness in her foot. The nearly two weeks between the SEC Tournament and NCAA Tournament have been … Continue reading

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Get to know Kentucky’s first opponent

ABOUT TENNESSEE STATE Location: Nashville Enrollment: 9,165 Nickname: Lady Tigers School colors: Reflex Blue and White Head coach: Larry Joe Inman (43-45 in third season at Tennessee State and 523-362 in 30 seasons overall); Inman formerly coached at Eastern Kentucky. … Continue reading

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