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Women’s challenging non-conference schedule released

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Women’s Hoops released a challenging non-conference schedule this week complete with their own Kentucky Classic featuring Albany and Miami.

The Cats will play at home against, Union University, Miami, Albany, New Hampshire, Morehead, Samford, Oklahoma, Middle Tennessee, Arizona State, Radford and Washington State. They’ll also travel to Colorado, Louisville and Duke.

Tip-off for Kentucky’s first exhibition game will be on Nov. 3rd at 7 p.m. against Union University inside Memorial Coliseum. Tickets for that game and the rest of the non-conference schedule can be bought here.

In some more exciting news, I want to announce that there will be two new writers joining me to bring you the best Women’s Hoops coverage out there. So I’d like to welcome both Maggie Davis and Savannah Patton to the beat with me. Both of them are phenomenal writers and will be such a great addition to the staff, so be on the lookout for their posts in the upcoming months. Also, you should follow them on Twitter at @MaggieDavisKSR and @savannahpattKSR.

November 3rd isn’t that far away and Big Blue Madness is right around the corner so be on guard for some season previews in the next couple weeks!

Article written by Haley Simpson

I'm from Bullitt County but I'm not a 6'9 power forward with a solid outside shot. Follow me on Twitter: @haleysimpKSR

2 Comments for Women’s challenging non-conference schedule released



  1. BluKudzu
    11:37 pm August 20, 2016 Permalink

    How this guy gets a pass, blows me away. It is not like a gauranteeed 11 million dollar contract. He totally decimated the program. It is over until he leaves. Great move Mitch. What a mess. This, football, baseball and Gillespie.
    Barnhart rules.
    Can you honestly think, The University of Kentucky AD has done his job in providing these student athletes everything they needed to be successful? It is his job to ensure it being so.
    People have placed way too much emphasis on his hiring of Calipari, to see the other issues he has created.



    • Billy Hill
      12:27 pm August 21, 2016 Permalink

      Dude, shut up. Its obvious you are just trolling at this point. Give it a rest – get another hobby.