Monster Jam Triple Threat
The most family-friendly, action-packed motorsport in the world races into Rupp Arena on May 12, 2018
Lexington, KY (March 6, 2018) – Feld Entertainment, the worldwide leader in live family entertainment, announced today that tickets for Monster Jam ® are on sale in Lexington.
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Bluegrass Sports Nation “IS” the area leader in Sports Coverage
Bluegrass Sports Nation has added the Indy 500 to their long list of events that they cover. BSN covers everything from the Lexington Legends to NASCAR racing at various tracks. BSN is proud to be the leader in the region in High School Sports coverage and unmatched in UK coverage.
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Sophomore played in 49 career games at Kentucky over two seasons
LEXINGTON, Ky. – Kentucky men’s basketball forward Sacha Killeya-Jones will transfer from UK, head coach John Calipari announced
Killeya-Jones will be granted a full release with no restrictions.
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Travis Jones – Photo by Clinton Riddle
WHITAKER BANK BALLPARK (Lexington, KY) – The Lexington Legends and Charleston RiverDogs split the double header in the series finale. The Legends won game one, 7-4, but fell in game two, 2-1. The Legends are now 3-1 for the season and the RiverDogs are 1-3. Continue reading LEGENDS – Legends Split Double Header with RiverDogs in Series Finale
Kentucky won on four singles courts
LEXINGTON, Ky. – The No. 22 Kentucky (14-8, 7-3 SEC) men’s tennis team earned a ranked Senior Day win over No. 23 Vanderbilt (16-6, 6-4 SEC) on Sunday afternoon inside the Boone Tennis Center. UK took two ranked singles wins and picked up all four points in singles play.
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Alex Holderbach-01 (2018_04-08 vs SIUE by Brady McBride)
RICHMOND, Ky. – Clinging to a two-run lead in the sixth inning, junior catcher Alex Holderbach hit a grand slam to send the Eastern Kentucky University baseball team to an 11-8 victory over Southern Illinois University Edwardsville. Continue reading EKU Sports – ALEX HOLDERBACH’S GRAND SLAM ENSURES EKU BASEBALL SWEEP OF SIU EDWARDSVILLE
Louisville Men’s new Basketball coach – Chris Mack – Photo by Mont Dawson
LOUISVILLE, Ky. — Three experienced assistant men’s basketball coaches have joined head coach Chris Mack’s staff at the University of Louisville, including Dino Gaudio, Luke Murray and Mike Pegues.
Pegues (pronounced puh-GEESE) has worked as an assistant coach with Mack for the past six seasons at Xavier, Murray has been an assistant coach with Mack for the past three seasons at Xavier, and Gaudio is a former basketball television analyst who has 23 years of collegiate coaching experience, including a stint at Wake Forest with Mack.
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DeMarcus Cousins 2013 – Photo by Tammie Brown
Of the 35 players who will compete for a national team spot, four played basketball at UK
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. – Of the 35 players announced
Friday for the 2018-20 USA Men’s National Team roster of players who are expected to attend the July 25-27 USA Men’s National Team minicamp in Las Vegas, four played basketball at the University of Kentucky. Continue reading NBA Cats Well Represented on USA Basketball National Roster
Freshman guard will sign with an agent, which would effectively ending his career at UK
Video: Knox’s message to BBN
LEXINGTON, Ky. – Kentucky’s leading scorer and the Southeastern Conference Freshman of the Year, Kevin Knox, has decided to put his name in the 2018 NBA Draft. He plans to sign with an agent, which would effectively end his collegiate career at UK.
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Legends open season in fine fashion – Photo by Brendon Miller
The one great thing about minor league baseball is that every opening day truly signals a new beginning. It’s out with the old and in with the new. Nowhere does this apply more than with the Lexington Legends. The hometown affiliate of the Kansas City Royals stunk up the league last year finishing in next to last place in the Southern Division with a disappointing 62-75 record. In fact, they’ve been fairly putrid for the past several years, so I’m always looking for signs of change–morsels of hope that things have finally turned around and success is just around the corner. Continue reading Lexington Legends – A Legendary Start—By John Huang