The UK men’s soccer team ended its home stand against an eager IPFW team on Tuesday night. They started out on top in the 18th minute when sophomore forward Tyler Riggs played a through ball to a streaking Matt Lodge who drilled it far post.
Youth can be an asset or a detriment to a team. It can spark excitement or lead to mistakes. It can breathe enthusiasm or hold the team back.
Notes from around the UK basketball world on Tuesday: John Calipari and the Dominican Republic national team won its second game in the second group round, improving to an overall 5-1 record. The team still has two games left to complete group play, but today’s 84-76 win over Uruguay clinched a spot in the semifinals […]
The UK volleyball team (5-2) gave all 1,188 fans in Memorial Coliseum something to cheer about Saturday night following its three-set sweep of Virginia Tech (25-22, 25-22, 29-27) en route to a Kentucky Classic tournament victory.
It has often been said that the biggest difference in a team can be seen from week one to week two. Coming off a 14-3 victory over Western Kentucky, many at first glance would think all is well in the Commonwealth, but they would be wrong. Despite claiming the W, the Cats played some ugly football on the offensive side of the ball.
The Cats headed into the UK Invite this weekend 2-0 with tough games against Wright State and IUPUI in front of them.
UK senior safety Winston Guy was recognized by the College Football Performance Awards for his play in the Cats’ 14-3 victory over Western Kentucky University on Thursday night in Nashville, Tenn. Guy recorded 10 tackles, two-and-a-half for loss and two interceptions.