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Kentucky Sports Report (week of Sept. 24)

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Men's golf
- Four Wildcats finished in the top 20 to help the University of Kentucky men's golf team finish third at the Wolf Run Invitational with a total score of 30-over par, 882. Kentucky turned in a final round of 10-over par, 294 on Sunday to give the Wildcats their second top-five finish of the season.
- Leading the way for Kentucky was a pair of seniors in Stephen Powers and Ben Stow. Powers and Stow finished in a tie for ninth at seven-over par, 220. Stow turned in an even-par round of 71, while Powers had a final round of four-over, 75. Junior David Snyder tied Stow for the low round of the day with an even-par, 71. Snyder finished tied for 13th place at eight-over par. Senior Cody Martin rounded the Wildcat performers in the top 20, tied for 16th at nine-over par. Martin turned a scorecard of seven-over par, 78 on the final 18 holes.

Women's golf
- The Kentucky women's golf team completed its second tournament of the season over the weekend at the Mason Rudolph Championshp with a 10th place finish. The Wildcats finished at 35-over par as a team.
- Senior Liz Breed led the way with a top 15 finish in a tie for 13th. Breed registered a three-day total of two-over par. She had eight birdies and an eagle through 54 holes. In two tournaments, Breed has two top 15 finishes.

Men's soccer
- The Kentucky men's soccer team continued its grueling start to the 2013 season with the Gamecock Classic, hosted by South Carolina in Columbia, S.C. UK suffered a loss to Dartmouth on Friday night, 3-1, before a 2-0 loss to South Florida on Sunday afternoon.
- The Wildcats have totaled seven goals in their first six games, surrendering eight tallies with a 1.33 goals-against average. UK has been led individually in scoring by sophomore midfielder Isak Krogstad, who has three goals and two assists. Senior Brad Doliner has been a rock for the Wildcats at nearly every position on the field, owning a goal and an assist. Freshmen Kaelon Fox and Charlie Reymann have a goal and an assist. Dynamic freshman midfielder Napo Matsoso has a goal, while ranking fourth on the team in minutes. Freshman Sam Miller has two assists, with sophomores Jacob Scearce and Bryan Celis sporting assists. Freshman center back Jordan Wilson has played every second of UK's season, with senior preseason All-America center back Steven Perinovic ranking second on the team in minutes played.
- After its season-long road swing, Kentucky (2-4) will return to action on Sunday with its Conference USA opener, hosting No. 20 UAB at 1 p.m. ET at the UK Soccer Complex.

Women's soccer
- No. 19 Kentucky pushed its season-long winning streak to seven matches on Friday night, knocking off the Auburn Tigers, 1-0 in Auburn, Ala. The win was UK's first win in an SEC road opener since the 2004 season.
- Stuart Pope connected with Arin Gilliland for Pope's team-leading eighth goal of the season in the 27th minute to give UK the win. The goal for Pope was her sixth in the last seven matches since being moved up to an attacking center midfielder.
- Arin Gilliland notched her eighth assist on Friday night, as she now leads the Wildcats, SEC and NCAA in assists in 2013. The MAC Herrmann Award finalist has scored 14 points so far this season.
- Goalkeeper Kayla King recorded her fourth shutout of the season, as she made six saves in the net and kept a clean sheet. King dropped her GAA to a season-low .079.
- Kentucky will next host Arkansas on Friday night, and Georgia on Sunday night as the SEC season continues. The match with Georgia will be a 6:00 p.m. ET kickoff and televised live on CSS.

Volleyball
- Kentucky traveled to Lipscomb for a non-conference road tilt and came away with the most dominating performance of the season in a 3-0 sweep. UK's offense was spectacular with 40 kills on a .522 hitting clip, while the defense registered 11 blocks and limited the Bison to a mere .089 hitting percentage.
- Sophomore setter Morgan Bergren led the Wildcats to their most complete offensive performance of the season with the season-high hitting percentage. The Blue and White committed just five errors as a unit in three sets of action. Bergren found seven different players for at least three or more kills. Bergren had six kills herself on a .556 hitting clip. She also contributed six digs and a trio of blocks in the win.
- Senior middle blocker Alexandra Morgan registered a team-high six blocks for an average of 2.00 blocks per stanza in the win. Her presence at the net flustered the Bison into a .089 hitting percentage and the home team did not hit above .100 in two of three sets. She also contributed offensively with six kills on a dazzling .750 hitting percentage.
- Kentucky will conclude non-conference action with a home contest vs. Morehead State on Monday at 7 p.m. ET, before opening up SEC action on the road in the state of Alabama beginning at Auburn on Friday.

Upcoming schedule

Monday, Sept. 23
Volleyball vs. Morehead State - 7 p.m.
Women's tennis at Amelia Island Women's Championship - All Day (Amelia Island, Fla.)

Tuesday, Sept. 24
Women's tennis at Amelia Island Women's Championship - All Day (Amelia Island, Fla.)

Wednesday, Sept. 25
Women's tennis at Amelia Island Women's Championship - All Day (Amelia Island, Fla.)
Swimming & Diving at Georgia - 2 p.m.

Thursday, Sept. 26
Women's tennis at Amelia Island Women's Championship - All Day (Amelia Island, Fla.)

Friday, Sept. 27
Women's tennis at Amelia Island Women's Championship - All Day (Amelia Island, Fla.)
Women's soccer vs. Arkansas - 7:30 p.m.
Volleyball at Auburn - 8 p.m.

Saturday, Sept. 28
Women's tennis at Amelia Island Women's Championship - All Day (Amelia Island, Fla.)
Football vs. Florida - 7 p.m.
Cross Country at Cowboy Jamboree - TBA (Stillwater, Okla.)
Women's tennis at ITA All-American - All Day (Pacific Palisades, Calif.)

Sunday, Sept. 29
Women's tennis at Amelia Island Women's Championship - All Day (Amelia Island, Fla.)
Women's tennis at ITA All-American - All Day (Pacific Palisades, Calif.)
Men's soccer vs. UAB - 1 p.m.
Softball vs. Wright State - 2 p.m. (Dayton, Ohio)
Volleyball at Alabama - 2:30 p.m.
Softball at Dayton - 4 p.m.
Women's soccer vs. Georgia - 6 p.m.

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