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UK Gymnastics Blue White Meet Today at 3 PM

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Better late than never, right? If you’re trying to find something to do on this lazy Winter Sunday and want to get out in Lexington to support your Cats, there’s no better opportunity than the UK Gymnastics Blue-White Meet at 3 PM ET at Memorial Collesium.

The meet is free admission, and attendees can get a 2019 schedule for UK Gymnastics, FREE Excite Night tickets, and a chance to win 2018 Nationals qualifying scoresheet.

Last season, the Kentucky Gymnastics team made history by going to the National Semifinals for the first time in program history after scoring above 197 for the fourth time ever in program history.

Season tickets are still on sale, as well.

Doors for the Blue-White Meet are already open. Get in there, folks!

Kentucky volleyball sweeps Purdue, moves on to Sweet 16


Following yet another dominant performance, the Kentucky volleyball team is moving on to the next round of the NCAA Tournament.

In their Round of 32 appearance, the Wildcats swept the Purdue Boilermakers 3-0 to move on to the Sweet 16.

Kentucky won set one 25-20, set two 25-21, and set three with a whopping 25-14 closeout performance. This is the team’s second-consecutive sweep in the tournament, also shutting out Murray State in the first round last night.

Star outside hitter Leah Edmond led the way with 13 kills, followed by Brooke Morgan with 12. Gabby Curry finished with a team-high 18 digs, with Alli Stumler also adding 15. Setter Madison Lilley contributed 37 assists and five digs.

In the last home match of the season, the Big Blue Nation absolutely did their part to fill up Memorial Coliseum and give the Cats a massive home-field advantage:

Here was the pregame hype video:

Kentucky will take on the defending national champion Nebraska Cornhuskers, the team that knocked them out of the tournament last season, in the Sweet Sixteen next Friday, December 7.

We’ll miss the Volleyball Cats at Memorial the rest of the way, but we’re looking forward to meeting back up there to hang a championship banner here in a couple weeks.

Go Cats!

Kentucky volleyball sweeps Murray State 3-0, moves on to Round of 32

The Kentucky Wildcat volleyball team took care of business in the first round of the NCAA Tournament.

Led by a team-high 17 kills from star outside hitter Leah Edmond, the Cats dominated the Murray State Racers in a 3-0 sweep to move on to the Round of 32.

Edmond led the team in kills, though Alli Stumler (12) and Brooke Morgan (10) each finished with double-digit kills. Gabby Curry led the team with 16 digs, followed by Stumler with 15. Setter Madison Lilley also added 43 assists to lead the team.

The individual game scores were 25-18, 25-17, and 25-19 to close things out.

With the victory, the Wildcats move on to take on Purdue tomorrow for a Sweet 16 bid.

One down, five to go.

Kentucky men’s soccer falls to Maryland 1-0 in the Elite Eight

Kentucky men’s soccer falls to Maryland 1-0 in the Elite Eight

The Kentucky men’s soccer team’s historic run in the NCAA Tournament has come to an end.

After reaching the Elite Eight for the first time in program history, the Wildcats fell by a final score of 1-0 to Maryland, ending their season.

Maryland’s Sebastien Elney scored at the 28:44 mark in the first half, and despite Kentucky was unable to respond the rest of the way. With only two shots on goal, the Cats were unable to get much of anything going against a stout Terrapin defense.

3,228 fans were in attendance at The Bell to cheer on Kentucky, the first home loss of the season.

The Wildcats’ season ends with a final record of 19-2-1, the most victories in program history.

Congratulations to the Kentucky men’s soccer team on such a special season.

Hey Kentucky! talks UK soccer

KSR’s and Hey Kentucky’s Maggie Davis has a great preview of the UK soccer match this weekend.

It’s the biggest game in program history as UK looks to move to the College Cup for the first time. Go check out the Cats tomorrow night at 6 p.m. at The Bell.

The entire episode can be found HERE.

Photo via UK Athletics

Kentucky Men’s Soccer advances to Elite Eight

Photo via UK Athletics

While the football Cats were taking care of Louisville on the gridiron, the futbol Cats were making some history at The Bell.

The No. 3-seed Men’s Soccer team beat Lipscomb 2-1 to advance to the Elite Eight of the NCAA Tournament for the first time in school history. Kentucky will play No. 11-seed Maryland next weekend at The Bell. The match will take place either Friday or Saturday, details TBA.

Kentucky’s goals came from Jason Reyes (75′) and Bailey Rouse (82′). 1,939 fans were there to see the big win, which moved the Cats to a program-best 19-1-1 on the season.


UK Hoops rolls past High Point, secures 71-49 win


After a slow offensive start, the Kentucky women’s basketball team finished with a decisive 71-49 victory over the High Point University Panthers. Maci Morris led all scorers, finishing with a season-high 22 points. Taylor Murray added 14 points and freshmen Rhyne Howard and Blair Green had 10 points each.

While the Wildcats had four players hit double-digit scoring, it was Kentucky’s defense that came out strong, especially in the second half, to win the game. UK held High Point to just 28.3 percent shooting while also forcing 19 turnovers. The Cats were able to convert these turnovers into 15 points.

KeKe McKinney was a major contributor on the defensive side of the ball, grabbing a season-high nine rebounds and recording three blocks in 24 minutes of play.

Kentucky outperformed High Point in every aspect of play – the Wildcats made a higher percent of their shots from the field and from behind-the-arc, they grabbed more rebounds, committed fewer turnovers, blocked more shots and sank more free throws. Overall, a successful day for Kentucky. The UK Hoops team is now 4-0 on the season.

The victory was extra special for senior point guard Taylor Murray, who was honored for joining the 1,000-point club during the team’s last game. She is the 34th player in school history to hit a four-digit point total.

Photo via @KentuckyWBB

And as if a win wasn’t enough, the Cats can now begin to look ahead to warmer weather. The team’s next three games will be played in St. Thomas, Virgin Islands, where they’ll take on South Florida, UCLA and North Carolina in the Paradise Jam. The action will begin on Thanksgiving Day at 1 p.m. when the Cats play South Florida.