Home » Entries posted by Sports (Page 3)
Stories written by Sports
UK’s defensive punch and offensive pace are key

Nobody knows what South Carolina team will suit up when it takes the field against the Cats.

Continue reading …

It remains to be seen whether the players will receive any additional punishments outside of internal team punishment and being suspended for the South Carolina game.

Continue reading …
UK’s Patrick Towles struggles to remain consistent

UK’s offense did not win the game against Vanderbilt. They simply played not to lose.

Continue reading …
GALLERY: UK football ends three-year SEC drought with 17-7 win against Vanderbilt

UK football ends three-year SEC drought with 17-7 win against Vanderbilt

Continue reading …
The Edge: UK football exceeding expectations

UK enters the game sitting pretty at 2-1 and a win would put them halfway to becoming bowl eligible.

Continue reading …

South Carolina hosts the Cats

Comments Off
South Carolina hosts the Cats

South Carolina (10-2) enters Sunday’s match with a tournament win at the Carolina Classic this past weekend.

Continue reading …

No. 9 Louisville downs UK men’s soccer 2-1

Comments Off
No. 9 Louisville downs UK men’s soccer 2-1

Missed opportunities doomed UK (4-3-1) as the Cardinals used a combination of speed and deft passing to break apart the Cats’ defense. The loss ended UK’s four-game winning streak and was the first loss for the men’s team at the Bell Soccer Complex.

Continue reading …

UK football senior center Max Godby was awarded the 2014 Allstate AFCA Good Works Team Trophy Tuesday for his charitable involvement and community service within the community of Lexington.

Continue reading …

UK hockey opens their season against Indiana Friday night on the road in Columbus, IN. The Cats will have their home opener Saturday night in Lexington.

Continue reading …

Crowd helps UK volleyball surge past Lipscomb

Comments Off
Crowd helps UK volleyball surge past Lipscomb

The Cats improved to 9-2 on the season in front of a crowd who was helped by the Big Blue Madness campers who surrounded Memorial Coliseum awaiting Saturday’s ticket distribution.

Continue reading …