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Kentucky Sports Report (week of Oct. 29)

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Football
- The UK defense continued to improve, limiting Missouri to 273 yards of total offense which was the lowest number of yards UK has allowed all season.
- The Wildcat defense also created a season-high three turnovers in the game, getting two interceptions and a fumble recovery. J.D. Harmon was impressive in the effort for Kentucky, earning a career-best seven tackles on top of the two interceptions.

Volleyball
- Senior setter Christine Hartmann narrowly missed out on a triple-double with nine kills, 52 assists and 11 digs against Tennessee. She directed four players to 10 or more kills in the match including 19 on a .472 hitting clip from senior Ashley Frazier.
- With 21 digs against UT, senior Stephanie Klefot moved into sole possession of fourth place on the SEC all-time career digs leader list.
- In the victory over Georgia, UK saw Hartmann lead the defensive effort with a career-high 19 digs. She passed out 58 assists and again found four players for 10 or more kills.
- Freshman Sara Schwarzwalder led the defensive effort for the weekend with team-highs in blocks in both matches including matching a career-high eight in the victory against the Bulldogs.

Women's soccer

- UK's eight SEC wins marks the most conference wins for the Wildcats since the 1999 season. It ties a program record for most SEC wins in a season.
- The Wildcats have shut out four of the last five opponents they have faced, as goalkeeper Kayla King has only allowed one goal in the last 422 minutes of action in the net.
- UK finishes the season having six different freshmen score a goal, as the class accounted for more than 30 points on the season.

Men's soccer
- Jack Van Arsdale notched his fourth shutout of the year and UK got splendid play from defenders Steven Perinovic, Jacob Kemper, Jacob Speed and Isak Krogstad in a win at No. 23 Tulsa.
- UK has improved to 6-2 on the road in 2012, with the Wildcats tied for the second-most road wins in the NCAA entering the Saturday win.

Rifle
- The No. 2 University of Kentucky rifle team defeated No. 15 Tennessee-Martin 4656 - 4577 Sunday in Barker Hall.
- Freshman Connor Davis led the Wildcats with an aggregate score of 1170.
- Junior Aaron Holsopple finished with a match high in smallbore, shooting a 582.

Women's soccer

- Senior Jessica Stiles finished the weekend 3-0 in singles play and 2-1 in doubles. Stiles' play left her in second for singles champion, one point off first.
- Junior Khristina Blajkevitch capped off a perfect singles weekend with a 6-1, 6-1 win on Sunday.

Cross country
- Cally Macumber achieved a feat no other University of Kentucky Wildcat had accomplished in 23 years when she won the SEC Cross Country Championship by a four-second margin with a time of 20:23.29 in Nashville, Tenn., on Friday.
- The UK women placed fifth overall, while the men finished sixth.
- Luis Orta was the first Wildcat to finish on the men's side in 24:10.83 over 8K.
- Three Wildcats earned spots on the All-SEC teams by virtue of their performances at the Conference meet as Macumber and Oswald were named to the First Team, while Orta made the Second Team.
- Macumber and Oswald each received All-SEC honors for the second time in their careers. Orta, a senior, reached All-Conference status for the third time.

Swimming and diving
- The Kentucky men and women's swimming teams picked up their first wins of the season against Southern Illinois in a tri-meet.
- Kentucky's men were led by sophomore Lucas Gerotto who picked up his second victory in the 100-butterfly (49.70) and took third in the 50-freestyle (21.15). The men also earned their first relay victory of the season in the 4x100-freestyle as Chris Lott, Will Heidler, Gerotto and Chris Thomas combined for the winning time of 3:05.62.The women pulled out two wins with senior Mandy Myers taking home first in the 100-buttefly with a time of 55.53. Sophomore Christina Bechtel earned her first win of the season as well with a win in the 200-butterfly with the winning time of 66.10.

Upcoming schedule

Monday, Oct. 29
Women's golf at Alamo Invitational (San Antonio, Texas)

Tuesday, Oct. 30
Women's golf at Alamo Invitational (San Antonio, Texas)

Wednesday, Oct. 31
Women's soccer vs. Missouri (Orange Beach, Ala.) - 8:30 p.m.
Men's soccer hosts UCF - 7:00 p.m.

Thursday, Nov. 1
Men's basketball hosts Northwood - 7:00 p.m.

Friday, Nov. 2

Volleyball hosts Ole Miss - 7:00 p.m.
Men's tennis at Collegiate Clay Court Tournament (Orlando, Fla.)
Swimming and diving hosts Auburn - 2:00 p.m.
Women's soccer SEC Tournament Semifinals (Orange Beach, Ala.) - TBA

Saturday, Nov. 3
Men's tennis at Collegiate Clay Court Tournament (Orlando, Fla.)
Rifle at North Carolina State
Football hosts Vanderbilt - 12:00 p.m.

Sunday, Nov. 4
Volleyball hosts South Carolina - 1:30 p.m.
Men's tennis at Collegiate Clay Court Tournament (Orlando, Fla.)
Men's soccer hosts South Carolina - 1:00 p.m.
Women's soccer SEC Tournament Championship (Orange Beach, Ala.) • TBA

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