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August 5, 2020

NCAA instructs divisions to decide on fall sports by August 21

Mrs. Tyler Thompson 12:00pm August 5, 2020 8/5/20

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As expected, the NCAA is pushing the decision on fall sports back even further. The Board of Governors just announced that each of the organization’s three divisions (Divisions I, II, III) will have until August 21 to determine whether or not they can meet the requirements to hold fall championships in cross country, soccer, field…

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August 4, 2020

NCAA will vote on fall championships this afternoon

Mrs. Tyler Thompson 10:00am August 4, 2020 8/4/20

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The NCAA Board of Governors will meet today to decide the fate of fall sports, and even though the FBS has its own championship outside of the organization’s structure, the decision could have huge ramifications on the future of college athletics. This afternoon, the board will vote on whether or not to hold championships for…

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July 27, 2020

NCAA allowing fall sports other than football to play 50% of games

Mrs. Tyler Thompson 4:30pm July 27, 2020 7/27/20

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We’re still awaiting the fate of college football this fall — which will be decided by the conferences — but today, the NCAA granted some relief for other fall sports. This afternoon, the Division I Council Coordination Committee approved a blanket waiver that will allow men’s and women’s cross country, men’s and women’s soccer, field…

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July 14, 2020

SEC postpones start of Volleyball, Soccer, Cross Country seasons

Mrs. Tyler Thompson 3:10pm July 14, 2020 7/14/20

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Here we go. The SEC just announced that it is postponing the start of volleyball, soccer, and cross country seasons through at least August 31 in hopes of providing “additional time to prepare for the safe return of competition.” The delay will include exhibition and non-conference games. From the SEC: SEC institutions will continue to…

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June 22, 2020

UK tested 106 student-athletes, announces basketball’s return to campus

Drew Franklin 12:00pm June 22, 2020 6/22/20

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UK Athletics provided an update on its return to campus and in it we learn 106 student-athletes have been tested for COVID-19 antibodies and cleared for participation. Of those 106 that were tested, six tested positive for a past infection; however, the six who tested positive were evaluated and eventually cleared, meaning the football team…

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June 7, 2020

SEC volleyball coaches release unified statement on racial injustice

Maggie Davis 9:30pm June 7, 2020 6/7/20

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Mark Stoops and John Calipari aren’t the only Kentucky head coaches speaking out regarding recent injustices following George Floyd’s death in Minnesota. Volleyball head coach Craig Skinner posted a statement on Twitter Sunday afternoon signed by all of the SEC’s volleyball coaches, which says the coaches have “a unique opportunity to step forward, but also…

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May 13, 2020

WATCH: KSR’s conversation with Nick Richards and Leah Edmond

Maggie Davis 11:00pm May 13, 2020 5/13/20

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Now, they’re easily one of the University of Kentucky’s most well-known power couples. A few years ago, they were two UK student athletes who met at a party. In the years since, Nick Richards and Leah Edmond have grown on and off their respective courts, and they’ve become fan favorites along the way. Edmond spent…

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May 8, 2020

Kentucky volleyball boasts No. 1 recruiting class in the country

Zack Geoghegan 9:00pm May 8, 2020 5/8/20

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Stop me if you’ve heard this before: the University of Kentucky has the No. 1 recruiting class in the country. But in this case, the ball is served over a net instead of being shot through it. PrepVolleyball.com released its top-30 recruiting team rankings for the 2020 class and the Kentucky volleyball team topped the…

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May 2, 2020

Who Did It Better? Odell Beckham Jr. or UK Volleyball commit Sophie Fischer?

Drew Franklin 4:00pm May 2, 2020 5/2/20

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Odell Beckham Jr. and his hands went viral again last week as the superstar NFL receiver caught footballs with one hand while balancing on one leg on a BOSU ball. This man is ridiculous:   Now let’s watch UK Volleyball commit Sophie Fischer, who is not paid 14 million a year to catch footballs, do…

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May 1, 2020

Recapping the 2020 virtual CATSPY Awards

Zack Geoghegan 9:00pm May 1, 2020 5/1/20 Comments Disabled

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The 18th annual CATSPY Awards were a bit different than the 17 that came before it; one that featured video calls instead of a fancy gathering The 2020 edition of the University of Kentucky’s award show went virtual, with 79 total student-athletes being honored for their accomplishments during the 2019-20 season. ESPN’s Laura Rutledge was…

Read More

August 5, 2020

NCAA instructs divisions to decide on fall sports by August 21

Mrs. Tyler Thompson 12:00pm August 5, 2020 8/5/20

4 categories

3 tags

As expected, the NCAA is pushing the decision on fall sports back even further. The Board of Governors just announced that each of the organization’s three divisions (Divisions I, II, III) will have until August 21 to determine whether or not they can meet the requirements to hold fall championships in cross country, soccer, field…

Read More

August 4, 2020

NCAA will vote on fall championships this afternoon

Mrs. Tyler Thompson 10:00am August 4, 2020 8/4/20

3 categories

1 tag

The NCAA Board of Governors will meet today to decide the fate of fall sports, and even though the FBS has its own championship outside of the organization’s structure, the decision could have huge ramifications on the future of college athletics. This afternoon, the board will vote on whether or not to hold championships for…

Read More

July 27, 2020

NCAA allowing fall sports other than football to play 50% of games

Mrs. Tyler Thompson 4:30pm July 27, 2020 7/27/20

3 categories

1 tag

We’re still awaiting the fate of college football this fall — which will be decided by the conferences — but today, the NCAA granted some relief for other fall sports. This afternoon, the Division I Council Coordination Committee approved a blanket waiver that will allow men’s and women’s cross country, men’s and women’s soccer, field…

Read More

July 14, 2020

SEC postpones start of Volleyball, Soccer, Cross Country seasons

Mrs. Tyler Thompson 3:10pm July 14, 2020 7/14/20

3 categories

7 tags

Here we go. The SEC just announced that it is postponing the start of volleyball, soccer, and cross country seasons through at least August 31 in hopes of providing “additional time to prepare for the safe return of competition.” The delay will include exhibition and non-conference games. From the SEC: SEC institutions will continue to…

Read More

June 22, 2020

UK tested 106 student-athletes, announces basketball’s return to campus

Drew Franklin 12:00pm June 22, 2020 6/22/20

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UK Athletics provided an update on its return to campus and in it we learn 106 student-athletes have been tested for COVID-19 antibodies and cleared for participation. Of those 106 that were tested, six tested positive for a past infection; however, the six who tested positive were evaluated and eventually cleared, meaning the football team…

Read More

June 7, 2020

SEC volleyball coaches release unified statement on racial injustice

Maggie Davis 9:30pm June 7, 2020 6/7/20

3 categories

0 tags

Mark Stoops and John Calipari aren’t the only Kentucky head coaches speaking out regarding recent injustices following George Floyd’s death in Minnesota. Volleyball head coach Craig Skinner posted a statement on Twitter Sunday afternoon signed by all of the SEC’s volleyball coaches, which says the coaches have “a unique opportunity to step forward, but also…

Read More

May 13, 2020

WATCH: KSR’s conversation with Nick Richards and Leah Edmond

Maggie Davis 11:00pm May 13, 2020 5/13/20

5 categories

0 tags

Now, they’re easily one of the University of Kentucky’s most well-known power couples. A few years ago, they were two UK student athletes who met at a party. In the years since, Nick Richards and Leah Edmond have grown on and off their respective courts, and they’ve become fan favorites along the way. Edmond spent…

Read More

May 8, 2020

Kentucky volleyball boasts No. 1 recruiting class in the country

Zack Geoghegan 9:00pm May 8, 2020 5/8/20

2 categories

3 tags

Stop me if you’ve heard this before: the University of Kentucky has the No. 1 recruiting class in the country. But in this case, the ball is served over a net instead of being shot through it. PrepVolleyball.com released its top-30 recruiting team rankings for the 2020 class and the Kentucky volleyball team topped the…

Read More

May 2, 2020

Who Did It Better? Odell Beckham Jr. or UK Volleyball commit Sophie Fischer?

Drew Franklin 4:00pm May 2, 2020 5/2/20

2 categories

3 tags

Odell Beckham Jr. and his hands went viral again last week as the superstar NFL receiver caught footballs with one hand while balancing on one leg on a BOSU ball. This man is ridiculous:   Now let’s watch UK Volleyball commit Sophie Fischer, who is not paid 14 million a year to catch footballs, do…

Read More

May 1, 2020

Recapping the 2020 virtual CATSPY Awards

Zack Geoghegan 9:00pm May 1, 2020 5/1/20 Comments Disabled

6 categories

1 tag

The 18th annual CATSPY Awards were a bit different than the 17 that came before it; one that featured video calls instead of a fancy gathering The 2020 edition of the University of Kentucky’s award show went virtual, with 79 total student-athletes being honored for their accomplishments during the 2019-20 season. ESPN’s Laura Rutledge was…

Read More