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Kentucky Sports Report (week of Nov. 12)

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Men's basketball
- Kentucky was sparked by a career-best performance from Jarrod Polson in the 72-69 win over the Terps. The junior had career highs in points (10), assists (3) and rebounds (2) in addition to sinking the game-clinching free throws.
- Sophomore Kyle Wiltjer led the Wildcats in scoring with 19 points to couple a career-high three blocks.
- Freshman Archie Goodwin provided 16 points which ranks as the sixth-best start to a career by a freshman under John Calipari at Kentucky.
- The meeting with the Blue Devils this Tuesday night will mark the first matchup between the two since the 2001-02 season. UK leads the all-time series 11-8, but Duke has won six of the last seven matchups.

Volleyball

- The Kentucky volleyball team endured a pair of heartbreaking losses on the road at Alabama and Arkansas this weekend.
- Senior Ashley Frazier led the Wildcats with 10 kills in a four-set loss at Alabama.
- Junior Whitney Billings paced the Blue and White with her career-best 14th double-double of 18 kills and 15 digs in the loss to Arkansas. Senior Stephanie Klefot had 14 or more digs in both matches, while freshman Sara Schwarzwalder matched a career high with eight blocks against the Razorbacks.

Women's soccer
- Kentucky recorded its first-ever NCAA Tournament victory in program history Friday night, picking up a 1-0 decision over UT Martin in overtime.
- Freshman Kelli Hubly scored the game-winning goal in the 93rd minute with Arin Gilliland recording her 21st point of the year in the game-winning assist.

Men's soccer
- The Wildcats used a magnificent goal from senior Jacob Kemper for the 1-0 win over Memphis on Wednesday night.
- In the C-USA quarterfinals against No. 19 SMU (No. 22 in NCAA RPI) the Wildcats got the first career goal from senior co-captain Cameron Wilder for an early lead, After allowing an equalizer, UK battled back on Gabriel Conelian's fifth goal of the year. After a pair of scoreless overtime periods, SMU - the C-USA regular-season champion - advanced to the finals via penalty kicks to face Tulsa on Sunday.

Rifle
- The University of Kentucky rifle team defeated No. 15 Navy on Saturday, 4697 - 4591.
- Senior Henri Junghänel tied a school record, shooting a 597 in air rifle.
- Four UK shooters broke 590 in air rifle, including seniors Henri Junghänel (597), Heather Greathouse (592) and Stacy Wheatley (592) and junior Emily Holsopple (591).

Cross Country
- Cally Macumber won her second-straight race, the NCAA Southeast Regional on Friday.
- Three Wildcats, Cally Macumber, Chelsea Oswald and Luis Orta all qualified for the NCAA Championships on Nov. 17 in Louisville, Ky., at E.P. Tom Sawyer Park.
- Macumber flew across the 6,000-meter course in 20:10.98, a time less than two seconds off her season-best performance at that distance.
- Macumber, the 2012 SEC Champion, and Oswald will be the first Wildcats to compete in the NCAA Cross Country Championships since Kentucky qualified as a team in 2008. They are the first individual qualifiers for the Wildcats since Allison Grace in 2005.
- Luis Orta led the men's team to a 12th-place finish with a time of 30:08.32 more than 30 seconds faster than his time at regionals last season.
- Macumber, Oswald, Allison Peare, Anna Bostrom and Orta were all named to the All-Region Team.

Women's basketball
- No. 6/7 Kentucky opened its 39th season of varsity women's basketball and year six of the Matthew Mitchell era in winning fashion, defeating Delaware State 90-50 in front of 4,637 fans in Memorial Coliseum.
- The Cats' scoring attack was led by preseason SEC Player of the Year A'dia Mathies with a game-high 16 points on 6-of-12 shooting. The senior guard also dished out a game-high six ssists, while charting four rebounds and four steals. Mathies moved up one spot to No. 11 on UK's all-time scoring list and is now just 55 steals shy of tying the school's all-time steals record of 309 set by Stacey Reed (1991-95).
- UK had three players finish in double-figures as junior transfer DeNesha Stallworth tallied 11 points in her Kentucky debut and Bria Goss recorded 14 points.

Men's tennis
- Maks Gold and Ryuji Hirooka were crowned the champions of the 2012 Bulldog Scramble in doubles on Sunday, claiming an 8-4 win in the championship match.
- Gold went 3-1 on the weekend in the singles portion of the draw, including picking up two wins over SEC opponents.
- The tournament marked the completion of the 2012 Fall Season, as UK now sets its sights on the spring season which is set to begin on Jan. 11, 2013.

Upcoming schedule


Tuesday, Nov. 13

Women's basketball at Baylor - 6:00 p.m.
Men's basketball vs. Duke (Atlanta, Ga.) - 9:30 p.m.

Thursday, Nov. 14
Swimming & Diving at Tennessee Invite (Knoxville, Tenn.)

Friday, Nov. 15
Swimming & Diving at Tennessee Invite (Knoxville, Tenn.)
Men's basketball hosts Lafayette - 7:00
Women's soccer vs. UCLA (San Diego, Ca.) - TBA

Saturday, Nov. 16
Swimming & Diving at Tennessee Invite (Knoxville, Tenn.)
Rifle hosts TCU
Women's basketball hosts High Point - 1:00 p.m.
Football hosts Samford - 7:30
Cross Country at NCAA Championships (Louisville, Ky.)

Sunday, Nov. 17
Volleyball hosts Georgia - 1:30 p.m.

Kentucky Sports Report (week of Nov. 11)

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Football
- Linebacker Avery Williamson, who entered the game leading the league in total tackles, had a career-high 20 tackles. He is the first UK player with 20 or more tackles since Chad Anderson made 21 tackles against Georgia in 2003.
- Kentucky has an open date Nov. 10 before returning to action Sat. Nov. 17 at home vs. Samford. Kentucky entered the weekend having played the toughest schedule in the nation, according to Anderson and Hester computer ratings used in the official BCS rankings.

Men's basketball
- Kentucky was paced by a team-high 22 points from freshman Archie Goodwin in the win over, NAIA's No. 1 ranked team, Northwood.
- Fellow freshman Nerlens Noel added a double-double effort with 17 points and 11 rebounds.
- The meeting with Transylvania will mark the final preseason competition for the Cats, before UK travels to Brooklyn, N.Y., to open the Barclays Center with a season-opening contest against Maryland on Friday.

Volleyball
- The 17 victories guarantees UK a winning season for an unprecedented eighth-consecutive season under UK coach Craig Skinner.
- The Wildcats were paced by senior Ashley Frazier as she averaged 4.29 kills per set on an impressive .362 hitting percentage. Frazier had a career-high 20 kills against the Rebels to couple with a career-high eight digs in the win.
- Senior setter Christine Hartmann directed the offense to the tune of 15.80 kills per set on a .372 hitting percentage.
- Senior libero Stephanie Klefot continues to be an anchor for the Wildcats from the back line. She was perfect on her serve-receive attempts and averaged a squad-best 4.14 digs per set. With 29 scoops on the weekend, she became just the fourth player in SEC history to tally 1,800 or more digs in a career.

Women's soccer
- Kentucky bowed out of the SEC Tournament to Missouri in the quarterfinals 2-1 in Orange Beach, Ala., on Wednesday.
- Caitlin Landis scored UK's lone goal on Wednesday. Landis has scored three goals in the last two games.

Men's soccer
- The Wildcats have been led offensively by Tyler Riggs and Matt Lodge, who have accounted for 14 goals (Riggs-7, Lodge-7) combined through 18 games .The duo has also connected for six assists (Riggs-4, Lodge-2) during the regular season.
- UK will travel to Hoover, Ala. for the C-USA tournament game at 6:00 p.m. ET vs. Memphis.

Rifle
- The University of Kentucky rifle team defeated No. 15 North Carolina State and The Citadel on Saturday, shooting a 4686 in the triangular match in Charleston, S.C.
- Junior Emily Holsopple shot a personal-best 590 in smallbore.
- Sophomore Jonathan Pinkel and freshman Luke South recorded personal bests in air rifle, Pinkel shooting a 591 and South a 590.

Women's golf
- The UK women's golf team finished in sixth place at the Alamo Invitational with a score of 11-over-par, 875.
- The squad set a program record with a final round of 6-under-par, 282. The Cats broke the previous school record of 284 for a round, which was set during the 2009-10 season.
- Kentucky had two top-25 finishers as Ashleigh Albrecht placed tied for 22nd at 2-over, while Cylia Damerau was tied for 25th at 3-over.

Cross country
- Cally Macumber was named Southeastern Conference Cross Country Runner of the Year on Friday.
- The Rochester Hills, Mich., native won the SEC Championship Race on Oct. 26 and owns the SEC-best times at both 5,000 meters and 6K. She was also named a First Team All-SEC runner.
- Macumber was the first Wildcat to win the women's SEC Title since Valarie McGovern won the conference meet in 1989.
- The Kentucky cross country teams return to action on Nov. 9 for the NCAA Southeast Regional in Charlotte, N.C.

Swimming and diving
- Kentucky divers junior Greg Ferrucci and freshman Rebecca Hamperian each picked up wins in the 1-meter and 3-meter events Friday against Auburn.
- For the third consecutive Friday, sophomore Lucas Gerotto won the 100-butterfly (49.25) and has bested his time each meet. His sister, sophomore Julia Gerotto, earned her first win of the season with a victory in the 200-butterfly (2:02.44) while also picking up a second place finish in the 1000-freestyle (10:15.39).

Upcoming schedule

Monday, Nov. 5

Women's basketball hosts Bellarmine - 6:00 p.m.
Men's basketball hosts Transylvania - 8:00 p.m.

Thursday, Nov. 8
Men's tennis at USTA/ITA National Indoor Championships (Flushing Meadows, N.Y.)

Friday, Nov. 9

Volleyball at Alabama - 8:00 p.m.
Men's tennis at Louisville Invite (Louisville, Ky.)
Men's tennis at USTA/ITA National Indoor Championships (Flushing Meadows, N.Y.)
Men's tennis at Bulldog Scramble (Athens, Ga.)
Men's basketball vs. Maryland (Brooklyn, N.Y.) - 8:30
Cross country NCAA Southeast Regional (Charlotte, N.C.)

Saturday, Nov. 10
Men's tennis at Louisville Invite (Louisville, Ky.)
Men's tennis at USTA/ITA National Indoor Championships (Flushing Meadows, N.Y.)
Men's tennis at Bulldog Scramble (Athens, Ga.)
Rifle hosts Navy
Women's basketball hosts Delaware State - 1:00 p.m.

Sunday, Nov. 11

Volleyball at Arkansas - 2:30 p.m.
Men's tennis at Louisville Invite (Louisville, Ky.)
Men's tennis at USTA/ITA National Indoor Championships
(Flushing Meadows, N.Y.)
Men's tennis at Bulldog Scramble (Athens, Ga.)

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

Kentucky Sports Report (week of Oct. 22)

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Football
- UK's rushing attack was solid against a tough UGA defense, posting a season-best 206 rushing yards on 43 carries. Jonathan George led the way with a career-high 87 yards on 12 carries, while Morgan Newton and Raymond Sanders had rushing touchdowns. Newton also threw a touchdown pass to Aaron Boyd, while starting quarterback Jalen Whitlow threw for 86 yards, rushed for 31 yards and caught a 33-yard pass.
- Kentucky entered the game having played the toughest schedule in the nation, according to three of the computer rating used in the official BCS rankings. Georgia was Kentucky's fifth top-25 opponent this season. The Wildcats are using a young squad against the best teams in the nation, ranking top-five nationally in true freshmen played, and frosh (true freshmen and redshirt freshmen) played this season.

Volleyball

- Junior Whitney Billings led the way for the Wildcats with an average of 4.17 kills, 3.67 digs and 1.33 blocks per set for the week. She logged her 23rd career double-double with 16 kills and 14 digs against the Tigers.
- Senior Ashley Frazier was named a Senior CLASS award finalist during the week. She is the first player in school history to advance to the final 10 seniors for the prestigious award.

Women's soccer

- Sophomore Arin Gilliland has scored a point in five of the last six games for UK, including scoring a goal in each of the last three games, with two game-winners.
- Goalkeeper Kayla King recorded her third-straight shutout Friday night in a 1-0 win before allowing her only goal of the weekend to Auburn, snapping her 322-minute scoreless streak in net. King now stands at 11-2-0 in the net.
- The win Sunday over AU was UK's fourth-straight SEC win. It is the first time since 2006 that UK has won four-straight SEC games.

Men's soccer

- Kentucky (8-6-1, Conference USA 3-1-1) posted a 6-1 goal margin in its two games, as the Wildcats got the first career goal from veteran Dylan Asher against Marshall, as well as Asher's hat-trick, and Kentucky's eighth all-time, vs. FIU. Senior midfielder Charley Pettys netted a goal vs. FIU off of a handball in the box allowed him to take the penalty kick.

Rifle
- Kentucky set numerous program records in Sunday's win over Army, including total aggregate score (4716), total smallbore score (2348), individual aggregate score and individual smallbore score.
- Senior Henri Junghanel recorded a historic Sunday as an individual, posting a program-best 1186 total score and another program-record 592 in smallbore.

Women's tennis
- Freshmen Nadia Ravita and Kirsten Lewis had impressive outings in West Lafayette, Ind. The duo went 2-1 in doubles competition. Lewis advanced to the round of 32 while Ravita won two matches to make it to the quarterfinals of singles play.

Men's tennis
- The men's tennis team was in Memphis, Tenn., this weekend competing in the ITA Ohio Valley Regional Indoor Championships.
- Jomby and freshman Kevin Lai have earned a spot in the doubles championship match on Monday at 10:00 a.m. ET. Lai and Jomby are the No. 2 seed in the draw, and will face No. 1 overall seeded John Collins and Mikelis Lieibtis of Tennessee.

Men's golf

- The UK men's golf team finished tied for second at the Querencia Cabo Collegiate, shooting 11-under-par.
- Sophomore Will Bishop was the individual champion, carding a 2-under-par, 70 for the tournament.

Cross country
- Cally Macumber was named SEC Cross Country Athlete of the Week for the second time in a row on Tuesday.
- The Rochester Hills, Mich., native's 6K time of 20:09.0 at Pre-Nationals currently ranks as the best time in the conference this season at that distance.
- Macumber and Oswald led Kentucky to 12th-place overall in Louisville.

Swimming and diving
- Kentucky's lone victory of the swimming meet came from sophomore Lucas Gerotto who took home first in the 100-butterfly (49.70).
- The diving team had a strong opening meet with multiple victories. Junior Greg Ferrucci won the three-meter event with a score of 423.5 while senior John Fox placed fourth 332.50. Ferrucci also claimed second in the one-meter dive (361.95). For the women, in the one meter diving event Rebecca Hamperian took first for the Cats with a score of 298.35, while Sarah Chewning followed her in second scoring 282.20. Christa Cabot took first place with a final score of 308.05 in three meter diving.

Upcoming schedule

Monday, Oct. 22
Men's tennis at USTA/ITA Regional Indoor (Memphis, Tenn.)

Wednesday, Oct. 24
Men's basketball Blue-White game - 7:00 p.m.

Thursday, Oct. 25
Women's soccer hosts Vanderbilt - 7:00 p.m.

Friday, Oct. 26
Cross country at SEC Championships - 7:00 p.m. (Nashville, Tenn.)
Volleyball at Tennessee - 7:00 p.m.
Women's tennis at Knoxville Hidden (Knoxville, Tenn.)
Swimming and diving at Missouri (Arkansas, Missouri, SIU) - 2:00 p.m.

Saturday, Oct. 27
Women's tennis at Knoxville Hidden (Knoxville, Tenn.)
Men's soccer at Tulsa - 8:00 p.m.
Football at Missouri - 12:00 p.m.

Sunday, Oct. 28
Volleyball at Georgia - 1:30 p.m.
Rifle hosts Tennessee-Martin
Women's tennis at Knoxville Hidden (Knoxville, Tenn.)
Women's golf at Alamo Invitational (San Antonio, Texas)

Kentucky Sports Report (week of Oct. 15)

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Football
- The Kentucky football team fell over the weekend to Arkansas 49-7 in Fayetteville. The game was suspended because of lightning twice. The second delay was with 5:08 remaining in the third quarter and Arkansas leading 49-7. The game would not resume.
- In the third quarter, freshman quarterback Jalen Whitlow threw his first collegiate touchdown pass, a 61-yard play to La'Rod King. King now has 1,569 receiving yards in his career, moving past Anthony White for seventh place on the UK career receiving yardage list. He also has 17 receiving TDs in his career, tying Steve Meilinger for fifth place on the UK career list.
- Kentucky is fielding one of the nation's youngest teams, playing 14 true freshmen and 26 total (true and redshirt) frosh, one of the nation's top-five teams in each category. True freshman cornerback Cody Quinn led UK in tackles with a career-best seven.

Volleyball
- The Kentucky volleyball team enjoyed a 2-0 week against SEC Western Division foes racking up a pair of sweeps over Mississippi State and Texas A&M. UK captured the win over the Bulldogs in Rupp Arena in front of a Craig Skinner era record crowd of 5,162 fans.
- Kentucky then turned around and earned an impressive sweep of the Western Division leading Texas A&M Aggies. Senior setter Christine Hartmann directed the offense to the tune of 49 kills on a blazing .351 hitting percentage. The .351 clip is the highest hitting percentage surrendered by the Aggies this season who currently lead the league in opponent hitting percentage.
- Freshman Sara Schwarzwalder led the offensive effort against the Aggies with seven kills on .667 hitting, which both rank as career-highs within conference action.

Women's soccer
- Junior Kayla King recorded back-to-back shutouts for the first time in her career, dropping her season GAA to a miniscule .833. The Louisville, Ky., native had a career high 10 saves on Sunday in Athens and kept a clean sheet vs. Tennessee on Friday night as the Wildcats picked up a crucial six points. King fended off 36 shots over the two games
- Arin Gilliland scored the game-winning goal vs. Georgia, scoring her fifth goal of the season, adding to her team lead of 15 points on the season. In addition, the Lexington, Ky., native tallied the assist in the game-winning goal to Kelli Hubly in the win over Tennessee.

Men's soccer
- The Kentucky men's soccer team continued its rugged schedule to open the 2012 season, traveling to face No. 25 UAB on Saturday and posting a 2-1 comeback win with a pair of second-half tallies.
- Kentucky faced off with its seventh ranked opponent of the 2012 season in facing UAB, with the Wildcats falling behind 1-0 early and rallying with goals from senior midfielders Charley Pettys and Matt Lodge for the comeback win. Lodge's goal marked the 23rd of his career, ranking fourth-best in UK history.
- The Wildcats have been paced by a dynamic offensive unit in 2012 that has netted 23 goals in the first 13 games, averaging 1.77 goals per game and 12.2 shots a contest. Defensively, UK has a 1.51 goals-against average and owns an 85-69 advantage in corners.

Rifle
- The Kentucky rifle team started off its season with a 4666 - 4643 victory over No. 4 Nebraska.
- Senior Henri Junghanel led Kentucky in smallbore, posting a 591. Junghanel also shot a 591 in air rifle.
- Junior Emily Holsopple shot a team-best 591 in air rifle after shooting a 587 in smallbore.

Women's golf

- Kentucky finished tied for 12th in the Tar Heel Invitational that was filled with 13 top-50 teams.
- Junior Liz Breed was the high finisher for the Wildcats, finishing tied for 32nd at 9-over-par.

Men's golf

- The UK men's golf team placed fourth at the Jack Nicklaus Invitational this week, finishing just four strokes off from first.
- The Wildcats also competed in the Bearcat Invitational this week as head coach Brian Craig sent Harrison Greenberry, Joseph Barr, Seth Blann and Matthew Anderson to compete in the event as individuals.

Cross country
- The Kentucky women's cross country team produced a 12th-place performance at NCAA Pre-Nationals on Saturday in Louisville.
- Macumber raced across the challenging E.P. "Tom" Sawyer Park 6,000 meter course in 20:09.00 to notch her fourth top-10 finish in as many meets this season.
- Oswald earned a time of 20:32.70 to finish in 23rd ensuring UK was the only unranked team at the nationally competitive meet with multiple top-25 performers.
- The Wildcat men finished in 25th-place overall.

Upcoming schedule

Monday, Oct. 15

Men's golf at Querencia Cabo Collegiate (San Jose del Cabo, Mexico)

Tuesday, Oct. 16
Men's golf at Querencia Cabo Collegiate (San Jose del Cabo, Mexico)

Wednesday, Oct. 17
Men's soccer at Marshall - 7:00 p.m.

Thursday, Oct. 18

Women's tennis at ITA Regionals (Lafayette, Ind.)
Men's tennis at USTA/ITA Regional Indoor (Memphis, Tenn.)

Friday, Oct. 19

Women's soccer hosts South Carolina - 6:30 p.m.
Volleyball hosts Arkansas - 7:00 p.m.
Women's tennis at ITA Regionals (Lafayette, Ind.)
Men's tennis at USTA/ITA Regional Indoor (Memphis, Tenn.)
Rifle at Murray State
Swimming and diving hosts Tennessee and Indiana - 2:00 p.m.

Saturday, Oct. 20
Women's tennis at ITA Regionals (Lafayette, Ind.)
Men's tennis at USTA/ITA Regional Indoor (Memphis, Tenn.)
Football hosts Georgia - 7:00 p.m.

Sunday, Oct. 21
Volleyball hosts LSU- 1:30 p.m.
Rifle hosts Army
Women's tennis at ITA Regionals (Lafayette, Ind.)
Men's tennis at USTA/ITA Regional Indoor (Memphis, Tenn.)
Women's soccer hosts Auburn - 2:30 p.m.
Men's soccer hosts Florida International - 5:00 p.m.

Kentucky Sports Report (week of Oct. 1)

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Football
- UK put together arguably the best half of football of its season against USC, blocking a Gamecock punt, recovering a fumble and stopping the South Carolina offense at the goal line. UK limited USC to 26 rushing yards in the first half and only allowed two third-down conversions.
- True freshman Jalen Whitlow came off the bench to fill in nicely for UK, leading the Wildcats to 17 first-half points, including his first career touchdown. Whitlow finished the game 12-of-23 for 114 yards.
- UK held South Carolina - who entered the game averaging 424.2 yards of offense per game - to 348 yards of total offense, the second-lowest offensive output for the Gamecocks this year, behind a 272-yard offensive game in a USC win at Vanderbilt during the opening weekend of action.

Volleyball

- Junior Whitney Billings led the charge with a pair of double-double efforts including a career-high 19 kills in a four-set match vs. Auburn. Her 10-kill performance vs. Tennessee marked the first double-figure kill effort without committing an error in her career. She has logged three-consecutive double-doubles which has coincided with UK's winning streak. In addition to her point scoring, she was masterful defensively as well pacing UK in digs (4.43) and blocks (1.14).
- Senior setter Christine Hartmann led the offense to 14.5 kills per set on an impressive .239 hitting clip in the two wins. Hartmann had a double-double effort vs. Auburn with 45 assists and 12 digs. She also led the team with six blocks in the contest as she nearly came away with a triple-double.

Women's soccer
- Kentucky took on No. 6 Texas A&M Friday night, playing the highest-ranked team ever to play in Lexington to a 2-2 draw, earning its 10th SEC point of the season.
- All three goals for UK on the weekend were off the boot of a freshman as Kelli Hubly scored both goals in Friday's tie and fellow newcomer Cara Ledman struck for UK on Sunday afternoon against Alabama.
- Courtney Raetzman continues to play well as the Elk Grove, Ill., native has tallied at least a point in every SEC game of the season, striking for two assists this weekend.
- The Wildcats have now played in three consecutive overtime games dating back to Sept. 23 at LSU where the Cats picked up a 2-1 win. It is the first time since the 1999 season that UK has played three-straight OT games.

Men's soccer
- Kentucky posted a 7-3 goal margin in its two games during the week, as the Wildcats got the first career multi-goal game from veteran Gabriel Conelian against IPFW, as well as multi-goal game from Tyler Riggs. A pair of three-point performances were registered in the game against the Memphis Tigers, with Charley Pettys and Tyler Riggs both accounting for a goal and an assist on the day.
- UK is currently riding a stellar five-match unbeaten streak (4-0-1), its longest since the 2009 season. UK owns a 13-4 total goal differential in the five-game span, which started with a thrilling 1-0 win at No. 18 Louisville on Sept. 14.

Cross country
- The Kentucky women's cross country teams earned an eighth-place finish overall, and the men's team posted a 12th-place performance at the Greater Louisville Cross Country Classic on Saturday.
- The women's team placed two runners inside the top 10.
- Cally Macumber was the second runner to cross the finish line in 16:55.14 to back up her individual win a week ago.
- Macumber has now finished inside the top two at all three meets the Wildcats have competed in this season.
- Chelsea Oswald was the seventh runner to complete the 5,000 meter race with a time of 16:59.32.
- Luis Orta led the way for the Wildcat men with a 12th-place time of 24:06.96 over 8K.

Men's golf
- The UK men's golf team placed second at the Saint Mary's Invitational last week with a team score of 3-over-par 867.
- After sitting in 10th following the opening session, the squad responded by carding the lowest scores of the tournament in the final two rounds.
- Stephen Powers led the Wildcats and was tied for sixth individually with a 1-under-par invitational.
- Sophomore David Snyder also placed in the top-10, finishing with a score of even par for the tournament.

Upcoming schedule

Monday, Oct. 1
Men's tennis at ITA All-American Championships (Tulsa, Okla.)

Tuesday, Oct. 2

Men's tennis at ITA All-American Championships (Tulsa, Okla.)

Wednesday, Oct. 3
Men's tennis at ITA All-American Championships (Tulsa, Okla.)
Men's soccer hosts Indiana - 7:00 p.m.

Thursday, Oct. 4

Men's tennis at ITA All-American Championships (Tulsa, Okla.)

Friday, Oct. 5
Women's soccer at Missouri - 7:30 p.m.
Men's tennis at ITA All-American Championships (Tulsa, Okla.)
Volleyball at Ole Miss - 8:00 p.m.
Women's tennis at Roberta Allison (Tuscaloosa, Ala.)

Saturday, Oct. 6
Football hosts Mississippi State - 12:21 p.m.
Men's soccer at SMU - 8:00 p.m.
Men's tennis at ITA All-American Championships (Tulsa, Okla.)
Women's tennis at Roberta Allison (Tuscaloosa, Ala.)

Sunday, Oct. 7
Women's soccer at Ole Miss - 2:00 p.m.
Volleyball at Florida - 3:00 p.m.
Men's tennis at ITA All-American Championships (Tulsa, Okla.)
Women's tennis at Roberta Allison (Tuscaloosa, Ala.)

Kentucky Sports Report (week of Sept. 24)

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Football
- The football team dropped its Southeastern Conference opener Saturday to No. 14 Florida 38-0 at Ben Hill Griffin Stadium.
- Junior tailback Jonathan George led the team in rushing for the second-consecutive game, posting 52 yards on 13 carries. Overall, UK had 159 rushing yards against the Gators, which was the most a UK team has posted vs. UF since gaining 175 in 2003.
- Sophomore linebacker Bud Dupree paced the UK defense with eight tackles and a sack. Junior Avery Williamson also gathered eight tackles in the game, while senior Martavius Neloms had an interception and Collins Ukwu blocked a field goal.

Volleyball

- UK dropped a heartbreaking five-set loss at LSU, before rallying for a five-set win that snapped a nine-match winning streak at Texas A&M. UK was led by senior Stephanie Klefot who put together back-to-back 20-dig matches for just the sixth time in her career. The 49 digs allowed her to chart 1,641 for her career and officially moved her into second place on the UK all-time career digs list passing BriAnne Sauer (1,634). That mark also ranks 10th all-time in the SEC.
- Junior Whitney Billings also provided a spark for UK in the win in College Station. She had season-high numbers in kills (16), digs (16) and blocks (6), while also charting a career-high five aces. It marked the 18th double-double effort of her career. Senior Ashley Frazier launched 17 kills at LSU and followed that with 16 at A&M to lead the way offensively for UK.

Women's soccer
- The UK women's soccer team split its first SEC weekend series, winning the Sunday game in overtime with LSU 2-1.
- Freshman Courtney Raetzman scored one goal Friday night and two goals Sunday, including the golden goal in the 106th minute of the game to top LSU 2-1. The Elk Grove, Ill., native has tallied 10 points in the last four games.
- The one goal allowed Sunday in the win over LSU was the eighth time in 10 games that the UK back line has allowed one or fewer goals in a game.

Men's soccer

- Kentucky won its third consecutive game with a victory at Evansville on Saturday to pull up to a .500 record after starting the campaign 1-4-0. The Wildcats used an explosive offensive attack and sterling defense during their three-game winning streak.
- The Wildcats have been led offensively by Tyler Riggs in 2012, who has three goals and three assists in UK's first eight games of the year.
- A native of Richmond, Ky., Jack Van Arsdale has allowed only one goal in his last three games, coming on a penalty attempt. He now owns a 0.90 goals-against average in six games and 500 minutes, saving 18 shots with two shutouts. UK freshman goalkeeper Callum Irving has also started three games, with seven saves and a 2.00 goals against average.
- As a team, UK has averaged 1.62 goals a game and 11.8 shots a contest and a 53-43 advantage in corner kicks. Defensively, UK owns a 1.24 goals-against average.

Cross country
- The women's cross country team finished second with 47 points at the Virginia/Panorama Farms Invitational, its second runner-up finish of the year. The men's team finished seventh with 200 points.
- Junior Cally Macumber led the women's cross country team at the Virginia/Panorma Farms Invitational, winning the 5K event with a time of 17:29.13.
- Senior Chelsea Oswald and junior Allison Peare earned their second top-10 finishes of the year, with Oswald finishing sixth with a time of 17:53.34 and Peare finishing ninth with a time of 18:28.84.
- Senior Luis Orta led the men's team in the 8K event, finishing 16th after completing the event in 24:37.73.

Women's golf
- The UK women's golf team placed eighth at the Mason Rudolph Invitational. Ashleigh Albrecht finished with the lowest score for the Wildcats at 12-over par and was tied for 23rd individually.
- Next up for the Wildcats is the Tar Heel Invitational, Oct. 12-14 in Chapel Hill, N.C.

Men's tennis

- The UK men's tennis team competed in its third tournament of the fall, as the Cats traveled to Louisville to take part in the Louisville Invitational.
- Brett Johnson, Maks Gold, Beck Pennington and Michael Binder made the trip to Louisville for UK as both Johnson and Gold recorded wins in the singles draw.

Upcoming schedule


Monday, Sept. 24
Men's golf at Saint Mary's College Invitational (Monterey, Calif.)

Tuesday, Sept. 25
Men's soccer at IPFW - 7:00 p.m.
Men's golf at Saint Mary's College Invitational (Monterey, Calif.)

Wednesday, Sept. 26

Volleyball hosts Tennessee - 8:00 p.m.

Friday, Sept. 28
Women's soccer hosts Texas A&M - 7:00 p.m.

Saturday, Sept. 29
Football hosts South Carolina - 7:00 p.m.   
Cross Country at Greater Louisville Classic - 9:30 a.m.
Men's Tennis at ITA All-American Championships (Tulsa, Okla.)

Sunday, Sept. 30
Women's soccer hosts Alabama - 12:00 p.m.
Volleyball hosts Auburn - 1:30 p.m.
Men's Tennis at ITA All-American Championships (Tulsa, Okla.)
Men's soccer hosts Memphis - 2:30 p.m.

Kentucky Sports Report (week of Sept. 10)

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Football
- The Kentucky football team won its third consecutive home opener, defeating Kent State 47-14 on Saturday.
- Kentucky had a strong all-around performance in the game, racking up 539 yards of total offense, including 354 passing yards - which was the most for a UK offense since a 430-yard outburst against Tennessee in 2007.
- Sophomore quarterback Maxwell Smith threw for all 354 yards, including finding senior wide receiver Aaron Boyd 11 times for 100 yards - both career highs for Boyd. Junior tailback Raymond Sanders had a career night with 13 rushes for 115 yards and touchdown, including a 67-yard burst to the end zone.
- Defensively, Kentucky recorded its first safety since the 2009 season while also stopping Kent State from scoring all three times they entered the redzone. The UK defense, which forced and recovered a fumble in the game, ended the contest with three sacks, six tackles for loss and six pass breakups.

Volleyball

- The Kentucky volleyball team capped off non-conference action against its toughest competition of the season at the Ameritas Players Challenge on the campus of the University of Nebraska. UK earned a win over Duquesne, before suffering heart-wrenching four-set losses to Oklahoma, a team receiving votes in the latest poll, and No. 1 Nebraska on its home floor.
- Senior Ashley Frazier was simply sensational against the Huskers with a career-high tying and match-high 20 kill performance on a sizzling .459 hitting percentage.
- Freshman setter Morgan Bergren had a coming-out party of sorts against the Huskers in front of 4,163 fans as she recorded her first career double-double effort with a UK single-match high 47 assists and 10 digs. She also added career-high marks with four kills and five blocks.
- In the victory over Duquesne it was the middle blockers who shined as the duo of junior Alexandra Morgan and freshman Sara Schwarzwalder combined for 20 kills with no errors. Morgan's defensive presence continues to aid the Wildcat cause as the junior turned back 19 opponent attacks in 11 sets for a blistering 1.73 rejections per frame.

Women's soccer
- Kentucky opened its road portion of the schedule with a dramatic 2-0 upset of No. 12 Louisville on the road at Cardinal Park Friday night.
- Junior Kayla King was inserted into the game in the opening minutes, and recorded six saves, keeping a clean sheet and saving a penalty kick late in the game which would have tied the score at 1-1.
- Freshman Cailin Harris scored UK's lone goal in a 3-1 loss to Samford. Harris, Arin Gilliland and Kayla King were named to the Cardinal Classic All-Tournament Team.
- UK returns home Friday night for its Southeastern Conference opener against No. 24 Florida Friday night, with a Sunday matchup vs. undefeated Mississippi State.

Men's soccer
- The Kentucky men's soccer team finished second at its invitational tournament over the weekend, picking up a 2-0 win over St. Joe's and falling to No. 4 Charlotte on Sunday, 1-0.
- Kentucky has played an extremely grueling schedule to open the 2012 season, as the Wildcats have played three top-25 foes in their first five matches. UK entered the matchup with Charlotte, the 2011 NCAA runners-up, fresh off a dominating 2-0 win over St. Joseph's in its home opener on Friday night.
- UK finished second in the 2012 UKIT with the loss, as the high-octane 49ers claimed the championship, Stony Brook third place and St. Joe's fourth.
- UK freshman midfielder Bryan Celis - who scored his first career goal on Friday - junior defender Steven Perinovic and junior forward Tyler Riggs were selected to the UKIT All-Tournament team by the UK coaching staff.

Upcoming schedule


Monday, Sept. 10

Men's tennis at Southern Intercollegiate (Athens, Ga.)
Women's golf at Old Waverly Bulldog Invite (West Point, Miss.)

Tuesday, Sept. 11

Women's golf at Old Waverly Bulldog Invite (West Point, Miss.)

Wednesday, Sept. 12
Women's golf at Old Waverly Bulldog Invite (West Point, Miss.)

Friday, Sept. 14
Men's soccer at Louisville - 7:00 p.m.
Women's soccer hosts Florida - 7:00 p.m.
Men's tennis at Duke Invitational (Cary, N.C.)/ Illinois Invitational (Chicago)
Women's tennis at Muirfield Village Invitational (Muirfield, Ohio)

Saturday, Sept. 15
Football hosts Western Kentucky - 7:00 p.m.
Men's golf at Wolf Run Invite (Zionsville, Ind.)
Men's tennis at Duke Invitational (Cary, N.C.)/ Illinois Invitational (Chicago)
Women's tennis at Muirfield Village Invitational (Muirfield, Ohio)

Sunday, Sept. 16

Volleyball hosts Florida - 1:00 p.m.
Women's soccer hosts Mississippi State - 1:00 p.m.
Men's golf at Wolf Run Invite (Zionsville, Ind.)
Men's tennis at Duke Invitational (Cary, N.C.)/ Illinois Invitational (Chicago)
Women's tennis at Muirfield Village Invitational (Muirfield, Ohio)

Kentucky Sports Report (week of Sept. 3)

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Football
- The UK football team began the season with a 32-14 loss on the road to in-state foe Louisville on Sunday.
- UK moved the ball well offensively, totaling 373 yards of total offense. Sophomore quarterback Maxwell Smith-led Kentucky's offensive attack by completing 35-of-50 passes for 280 yards and two touchdowns. Senior La'Rod King led the team in receiving with a career-best eight catches for 77 yards and two touchdowns, while tight end Tyler Robinson caught the other touchdown pass.
- Senior tailback CoShik Williams also had a solid outing, posting more all-purpose yards than any other player in the game with 168 yards. Williams also led UK in rushing with 10 rushes for 62 yards.
- Kentucky was 7-of-13 on third downs for the game, which was its best performance since going 9-of-15 versus Georgia on Oct. 23, 2010. UK's 24 first downs were the most since 26 at Tennessee on Nov. 27, 2010.

Volleyball

- The 10th-ranked Kentucky volleyball team endured its toughest stretch of matches to date with hostile road environments at Louisville and Ohio, as well as taking on No. 17 Oregon. UK responded with a 2-2 week which included an impressive victory over Ohio.
- Junior Whitney Billings shined in all phases of the game with team-leading stats in kills, hitting percentage and aces. She was also a contributor on the defensive side of things earning impressive performances at the net as well as the back line defensive effort. She had a career-high .545 hitting percentage on a flawless performance from the floor in a win against Western Carolina.
- Things do not get any easier for the Blue and White as UK ventures to the Ameritas Players Challenge on the campus of No. 1 Nebraska this week.

Women's soccer
- The Kentucky soccer team hosted the Tropical Smoothie Invitational, coming away with a 2-0-0 weekend tallying wins over UNC Greensboro and Southeast Missouri.
- Senior Natalie Horner tallied a goal in both games, netting the fourth and fifth goals of her career. The Upper Arlington, Ohio native played the full 90 minutes in both games. Horner's goal on Sunday was a game-winner for the Wildcats in a 1-0 win.
- The Wildcats back line kept a clean sheet for the second and third time in four matches, and continue to stand alone in the Southeastern Conference as the only team to not allow the opposition to score on them all season.
- Natalie Horner, Arin Gilliland and Olivia Jester were named to the Tropical Smoothie Invitational All-Tournament team.

Men's soccer
- The men's soccer team has continued a stout schedule to open the 2012 season, as the Wildcats traveled to the talent-laden Gamecock Classic over the weekend, suffering a pair of one-goal losses to No. 25 Northwestern and defending Big East Champion, No. 15 St. John's.
- The Wildcats have scored a total of five goals in their first three games, including a pair of goals from Matt Lodge and Tyler Riggs. Charley Pettys has also notched a goal, while freshman Norwegian Kristoffer Tollefsen leads the club with two assists.
- In goal, UK freshman Callum Irving made the start in the season lidlifter with junior Jack Van Arsdale starting the two games at the Gamecock Classic.

Cross country
- The men's and women's cross country teams both finished second at the Belmont Opener, the men finishing with 74 points while the women finished one point off the lead with 34 points.
- Senior Luis Orta led the men's team, finishing first overall for a second consecutive year at the event. Orta finished the 5K event in 15:16.70 and has now won the first event of the season three consecutive years. Matt Hillenbrand finished sixth for the men, crossing the finish line in 15:37.30.
- Cally Macumber finished the women's 4K event in second, just two seconds off the lead while Chelsea Oswald finished just behind her in third. Allison Peare and Hiruni Wijayaratne also earned top-10 finishes for the women.

Upcoming schedule

Thursday, Sept. 6
Volleyball vs. Duquesne - 5:30 p.m. (Lincoln, Neb.)

Friday, Sept. 7
Men's soccer hosts Saint Joseph's - 7:00 p.m.
Women's soccer at Louisville - 7:30 p.m.
Volleyball vs. Oklahoma - 8:00 p.m. (Lincoln, Neb.)
Men's tennis at Southern Intercollegiate (Athens, Ga.)

Saturday, Sept. 8
Football hosts Kent State - 7:30 p.m.
Volleyball at Nebraska - 8:00 p.m.
Men's tennis at Southern Intercollegiate (Athens, Ga.)

Sunday, Sept. 9

Women's soccer vs. Samford - Noon (Louisville, Ky.)
Men's soccer hosts Charlotte - 2:30 p.m.
Men's tennis at Southern Intercollegiate (Athens, Ga.)

Kentucky Sports Report (week of Aug. 27)

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Volleyball
- The 13th-ranked Kentucky volleyball team opened the 2012 season with a flawless 3-0 record in capturing the Kentucky Classic. UK earned wins over North Carolina, Lipscomb and Long Beach State - a field of teams that all advanced to the NCAA Tournament in 2011.
- Kentucky's opening night win over North Carolina ensured the Wildcats their seventh opening day win in eight years under Craig Skinner. The sweep of the Heels marked the first opening-night sweep since 2007 for the Blue and White.
- Junior Alexandra Morgan led the Wildcats en route to All-Tournament team honors. Morgan averaged 2.08 kills per set on a squad-high .388 hitting percentage in the wins. Morgan also registered an SEC-leading 16 blocks for the weekend for an average of 1.33 rejections a set in helping UK to a league-leading 3.46 blocks per stanza. She was named SEC Defensive Player of the Week on Monday following her efforts.
- Sophomore Lauren O'Conner joined Morgan on the All-Tournament team with a team-high 39 kills for an average of 3.25 for the weekend. Senior setter Christine Hartmann was the final Wildcat on the All-Tournament team after directing the Wildcat offense to the tune of 12.8 kills per set and .235 hitting. She found five attackers for 1.42 kills per set or more. She also contributed nicely on the defensive side of the net with 1.08 blocks per set and 2.33 digs per frame.
- Kentucky will now hit the road for its next seven matches beginning with an instate rivalry match at Louisville on Wednesday. UK will then travel to the Ohio University tournament and take on the host Bobcats as well as top-20 ranked Oregon and Western Carolina.

Women's soccer
- Kentucky moved to 2-0-0 on the season Friday night with a 2-1 win over Eastern Kentucky.
- The 2-0-0 start marks the fourth consecutive season that Kentucky has been undefeated through the first two games of the season under head coach Jon Lipsitz.
- UK has been dynamite on set pieces, as three of the four goals that Kentucky has scored this season have come off set pieces. Junior Ashley VanLandingham scored her second goal off a free kick in as many games Friday night in addition to the corner kick goal tallied by sophomore Arin Gilliland.
- UK welcomes Louisville, Southeast Missouri State and UNC-Greensboro to Lexington next weekend for the Tropical Smoothie Invitational. The Wildcats will play against UNC-Greensboro at 7:30 p.m. ET on Friday night before concluding the weekend against SEMO at 2:30 p.m. ET on Sunday afternoon as the calendar turns to September.

Men's soccer
- The Kentucky men's soccer team opened up the 2012 season and the Johan Cedergren era with a thrilling 4-3 loss in the opener at Dayton on Sunday night.
- Kentucky suffered the loss in a riveting game that saw the Wildcats dominate play in a scoreless first half. In the second frame, the two teams combined for all seven goals, with UK getting three tallies. UK's three-goal output in the opening game marks its highest since the 2008 season, a 6-0 win over Central Arkansas. Overall in the game on Sunday, UK owned a 21-15 advantage in shots and a 7-5 lead in corner kicks.
- UK got goals from Matt Lodge, Charley Pettys and Tyler Riggs and a six-save performance from freshman goalkeeper Callum Irving. Lodge and Riggs each netted goals in traffic, while Pettys nailed a penalty kick goal in his first career penalty try. With the goals from its trio of veterans, Lodge and Riggs moved up in the UK soccer career history record book. Lodge now owns 18 career goals to rank eighth-best and his 51 career points ranks him tied with Lee Baker for sixth-best. Riggs now owns 17 goals in his career, the ninth-best total in UK history.
- The Wildcats will return to action with their annual trip to the Gamecock Classic in Columbia, S.C. UK will face Northwestern on Friday at 5 p.m. ET at Stone Stadium, before facing St. John's on Sunday at 11 a.m. ET.

Upcoming schedule

Wednesday, Aug, 29
Volleyball at Louisville - 7:00 p.m.

Friday, Aug. 31
Men's soccer vs. Northwestern - 5:00 p.m. (Columbia, S.C.)
Volleyball at Ohio - 7:00 p.m.
Women's soccer hosts UNC Greensboro - 7:30 p.m.
Cross Country at Belmont-VU Opener (Nashville, Tenn.)

Saturday, Sept. 1
Volleyball vs. Oregon - 1:00 p.m. (Athens, Ohio)
Volleyball vs. Western Carolina - 8:00 p.m. (Athens, Ohio)

Sunday, Sept. 2
Men's soccer vs. St. John's - 11:00 a.m. (Columbia, S.C.)
Women's soccer hosts Southern Missouri - Noon
Football at Louisville - 3:30 p.m.

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