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Kentucky Kernel

Liam Draxl celebrates winning a set during the UK vs. Virginia tennis match on Thursday, March 31, 2022, at Hilary J. Boone Tennis Complex in Lexington, Kentucky. UK lost 4-2.

Kentucky comes up short in NCAA Mens Tennis National Championship

Cole Parke May 22, 2022

Kentucky mens tennis fell short in the NCAA Mens Tennis National Championship on Sunday, effectively concluding the deepest tournament run in program history. The Wildcats made history in two straight...

Kentucky Wildcat freshman Erin Coffel (21) warms up before the University of Kentucky vs. University of Georgia softball game on Monday, April 12, 2021, at John Cropp Stadium in Lexington, Kentucky. UK lost 5-2. Photo by Michael Clubb | Staff

UK Softball sweeps 2022 Hillenbrand Invitational

Cole Parke February 23, 2022

No. 16 Kentucky softball (9-1) finished the 2022 Hillenbrand Invitational undefeated, going 5-0 in the event, including a win over the host school — No. 9 Arizona.The Hillenbrand Invitational was the...

Kentucky Wildcat freshman Erin Coffel (21) prepares to bat during the UK vs. Morehead State game on Wednesday, March 31, 2021, at Cropp Softball Stadium in Lexington, Kentucky. UK won 13-1. Photo by Jack Weaver | Staff

No. 16 Kentucky bests UCSB 11-1 for perfect weekend in Tucson

Ian Alvano February 20, 2022

No. 16 Kentucky went 5-0 at the 2022 Hillenbrand Invitational in Tucson, Arizona. The Wildcats finished off the weekend in dominant fashion against University of California Santa Barbara, defeating the...

Fans cheer during the UK vs. Iowa Vrbo Citrus Bowl football game on Saturday, Jan. 1, 2022, at Camping World Stadium in Orlando, Florida. UK won 20-17. Photo by Corrie McCroskey | Staff

‘It was thrilling.’ Kentucky, Iowa fans ring in New Year, Citrus Bowl style

Rayleigh Deaton January 13, 2022

A hush fell over the crowd. It seemed nobody in the packed stadium dared to breathe, for fear that doing so would cause them to miss something in the precious few remaining minutes. The air was electric...

Kentucky Wildcats junior forward Nick Richards (4) dunks the ball during Kentucky’s game against Michigan State as part of the State Farm Champions Classic on Wednesday, Nov. 6, 2019, at Madison Square Garden in New York City, New York. UK won 69-62. Photo by Michael Clubb | Staff

Cats in The Garden: A look into Kentucky’s history at Madison Square Garden

Cole Parke November 4, 2021

Kentucky basketball opens their regular season on Nov. 9, looking to right all of the wrongs that occurred in their abysmal 2020-21 campaign. Standing in the Cats’ way on opening night of the 2021-22...

Kentuckys Hannah Richardson (8) races for the ball during the University of Kentucky vs. University of Dayton womens soccer game on Thursday, Sept. 2, 2021, at the Bell Soccer Complex in Lexington, Kentucky. UK tied with Dayton 0-0. Photo by Michael Clubb | Staff

Kentucky outshoots Murray State, steals overtime victory

Barkley Truax September 12, 2021

Kentucky (5-1-2) couldn’t finish the Racers off in regulation — but stole the win at home 37 seconds into overtime off the leg of Hannah Richardson for the 3-2 victory.It took 20 shots (eight on goal)...

Biden/Harris supporters celebrate the results of the presidential election, cheering and dancing as passing cars honked in solidarity on Nov. 7, 2020. Photo by Natalie Parks.

Following Biden’s victory, ‘overjoyed’ supporters celebrate in downtown Lexington

Natalie Parks November 8, 2020

In New York, Philadelphia and Chicago, thousands of Americans took the streets to celebrate Joe Biden's victory in the Presidential election, an outcome announced the morning of Saturday, Nov. 7.In Lexington,...

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Trump claimed victory, dismantling Biden’s arguments, base

Jacob Patterson October 4, 2020

We typically think of debates as events where candidates hash out the ideas of the day and battle for the minds of Americans. More times than not the issues which make or break candidates in debates have...

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