WHITAKER BANK BALLPARK (Lexington, KY) – Baseball is back in Lexington as the Lexington Legends kick off the 2018 season at Whitaker Bank Ballpark on Thursday, April 5 at 7:05 p.m. The Legends will first face the Charleston RiverDogs for a four game series before the Greenville Drive roll into town on Monday, April 9. Continue reading Lexington Legends Ready to Kick off 2018 with a Bang
Redshirt sophomore played in 23 career games at Kentucky over two seasons
LEXINGTON, Ky. – Kentucky men’s basketball forward Tai Wynyard will transfer from UK, head coach John Calipari announced Monday.
Wynyard will be granted a full release with no restrictions. Continue reading UK Basketball – Tai Wynyard to be Granted Full Release
Keldon Johnson also participated in Powerade Jam Fest Slam Dunk Contest
ATLANTA – Big Blue fans yearning for more perimeter threats will get their wish in Kentucky men’s basketball signee Immanuel Quickley. Continue reading UK Basketball – Quickley Crowned Power Jam Fest 3-Point Contest Co-Champion
Freshman forward from Dallas will not hire an agent
LEXINGTON, Ky. – Kentucky men’s basketball freshman forward PJ Washington announced Tuesday that he plans to submit his name for the 2018 NBA Draft but will not hire an agent. So long as Washington does not hire an agent, he will have until May 30 (10 days after the NBA Draft Combine) to make a final decision as to whether he wishes to remain in the draft or return to Kentucky. Continue reading UK Basketball – BREAKING – Washington to Declare for 2018 NBA Draft; Eligible to Return
PCC started off their competition with a meet at Raceland Show of Strength at Raceland High. PCC finished second as a team. Devon Hill, Ronnie Collins, Noah Canady, Brandon Fugate, Jacob Brown all won first place in their individual weight classes. Brandon Fugate had the highest total weight lifted in the meet which featured bench press, power cleans, and squats.
LOUISVILLE, Ky. — Chris Mack, whose teams have participated in the NCAA Tournament in eight of his nine seasons as a head coach, has been selected as the head coach of the University of Louisville men’s basketball team. Continue reading Chris Mack Chosen to Lead Louisville Men’s Basketball Program
The battle of the Wildcats didn’t look like much in the first half as Kansas State led at halftime 33-29. To say the first half of this Sweet 16 match up was ugly, was a complete understatement. These Wildcats combined for 26 fouls as the men in the striped suits seem bent on controlling the game instead of letting both teams play a little. Shai Gilgeous-Alexander hit 11-of 12 free throws in the half, if that tells you how ugly this was. No rhythm at all. Continue reading A Mess in Atlanta, UK cannot take easy road provided to them
Loyola has taken each challenge and pushed them aside. First it was Miami and Loyola eeked out a 64-62 win. Then it was on to Tennessee and again Loyola defeated the Volunteers by the narrowest of margins, 63-62.
Though TV audiences may have had issues with the March 15 – 18 action in Taco Bell Arena, it was all good from the floor as the Kentucky Wildcats advanced through the first and second rounds of the South Region by defeating the Davidson Wildcats 78 – 73 and the Buffalo Bulls 95 – 75. Continue reading How the Cats made it to “Catlanta” by Martin Hackworth
For all the “Whining” coming out of UK’s camp, the Young Wildcats continue to win. I have stated all season that when March rolled around, no one would want to play these Wildcats. It’s just the way it is around Big Blue Nation. It is what we have become accustomed to. Calipari, more often than not, has his young players ready for the NCAA Tournament. Since “Cal” took over at UK, the Cats, when they make the NCAA Tournament, average 3 wins. That equates to 7 Sweet 16 trips in 9 years in the Calipari era. Unprecedented among any other school in the Nation. Continue reading Who is Whining? The Wildcats will play in the South Regional semifinal on Thursday in Atlanta.