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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)

Video: 2012 UK Athletics Hall of Fame - Clayton Moss

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This week marks the last few quiet days around UK Athletics before football fall camp gets started after Media Day on Friday. Still, there are a few news items to report.

-On Tuesday afternoon, UK Athletics announced its 2012 Hall of Fame class. Six Wildcat greats will be welcomed into the prestigious group as a part of Hall of Fame Weekend. On Sept. 14-15, in conjunction with Kentucky's football game against Western Kentucky, the six individuals below will be officially inducted.

  • Derek Abney - Football (2000-03)
  • Leroy Edwards - Men's basketball (1935)
  • J.B. Holmes - Men's golf (2002-05)
  • Jeff Keener - Baseball (1980-81)
  • Clayton Moss - Swimming and diving (1999-2003)
  • Nancy Scranton - Women's Golf (1983-84)

-Junior men's golfer Cody Martin qualified for the 2012 U.S. Amateur Championship, shooting even-par over two rounds at the U.S. Amateur Qualifier at Coldstream Country Club in Cincinnati, Ohio. He joins teammate David Snyder as the second Wildcat to qualify. Play at the championship begins on Aug. 15 at Cherry Hills Golf Club in Denver.

-Anthony Davis will be suiting up for Team USA for the second time on Tuesday evening, as the Americans take on Tunisia at 5:15 p.m. ET. The game will be televised on NBC Sports Network. Even if Davis continues to serve as the 12th man against Tunisia, he will likely play should the game prove to be the blowout so many expect it to be.

Earlier this week, the Southeastern Conference unveiled its Winter Academic Honor Roll. To be named to the list, student-athletes must have a grade point average of 3.00 or above for either the preceding academic year have a cumulative GPA of 3.00, among other criteria.

Forty-three Kentucky Wildcats were named to the Honor Roll, the fourth-highest total of any SEC school. Student-athletes from six different teams earned spots. Men's and women's swimming and diving led the way with 14 and 10 honorees each. Gymnastics and rifle each had six, while men's and women's basketball had four and three respectively.

Congratulations to all these Wildcats for their hard work and achievement in the classroom!

See below for a list of all 43 along with their majors.

Twany Beckham - M. Basketball - Communication
Terrence Jones - M. Basketball - Communication
Darius Miller - M. Basketball - Community Communications and Leadership Development
Jarrod Polson - M. Basketball - Finance
Kastine Evans - W. Basketball - Business Management
Amber Smith - W. Basketball - Family Sciences
Keyla Snowden - W. Basketball - Media Arts and Studies
Caitlyn Ciokajlo - Gymnastics - Kinesiology/Exercise Science
Audrey Harrison - Gymnastics - Business Management  
Kayla Hartley - Gymnastics - Hospitality Management and Tourism
Storey Morris - Gymnastics - Community Communications and Leadership Development
Whitney Rose - Gymnastics - Business Management
Kayla Sienkowski - Gymnastics - Merchandising, Apparel, and Textiles
Dayna Ferguson - Rifle - French
Heather Greathouse - Rifle - Psychology
Emily Holsopple - Rifle - Biology
Henri Junghanel - Rifle - Mechanical Engineering
Ed Ryznar - Rifle - Mechanical Engineering
Stacy Wheatley - Rifle - Nursing
John Bullock - M. Swimming and Diving - Finance/Business Management
Greg Ferrucci - M. Swimming and Diving - Kinesiology/Exercise Science
John Fox - M. Swimming and Diving - Political Science
Blake Freeman - M. Swimming and Diving - Biology
Travis Green - M. Swimming and Diving - Biology
William Heidler - M. Swimming and Diving - Chemistry
Luke Iannuzzi - M. Swimming and Diving - Biology
Jonathan Keltner - M. Swimming and Diving - Finance/Business Management
Pat Kemme - M. Swimming and Diving - Family Sciences
Zack Peterson - M. Swimming and Diving - Kinesiology/Exercise Science
Tyler Reed - M. Swimming and Diving - Secondary Education
Matt Russell - M. Swimming and Diving - Psychology
Maclin Simpson - M. Swimming and Diving - Marketing/Business Management
Jacob Thomas - M. Swimming and Diving - Kinesiology/Exercise Science
Claire Archibald - W. Swimming and Diving - Accounting
Catherine Brueckbauer - W. Swimming and Diving - Marketing
Megan Eppler - W. Swimming and Diving - Accounting
Lindsay Lash - W. Swimming and Diving - Elementary Education
Anna Mattox - W. Swimming and Diving - Communication Disorders
Marisa McGlynn - W. Swimming and Diving - Marketing
Chelsea Peterson - W. Swimming and Diving - Biology
Jenna Willis
- W. Swimming and Diving - Psychology
Kristen Wilson - W. Swimming and Diving - Finance
Samantha Wright - W. Swimming and Diving - Psychology

CapitalOneCup_Color_Logo.JPG Before March Madness, UK Athletics was already having a 2011-12 season to remember. Volleyball advanced to the Sweet 16, women's soccer made a return trip to the NCAA Tournament, football scored a streak-busting win over Tennessee and rifle fell just short of a second national championship in a row.

Things were just getting started.

Kentucky was center stage all season in both men's and women's basketball, culminating in nine combined wins in the NCAA Tournament. Of course, the men took home the big prize, while UK Hoops advanced to its second Elite Eight in three seasons.

As if the tournament runs weren't enough on their own, Kentucky is still reaping the benefits of all the March victories in the Capital One Cup standings. The national championship earned 60 points for UK in the men's standings, lifting the school all the way to second with 66 points, trailing only North Carolina. In the women's standings, UK now sits in a tie for 23rd place with Virginia, meaning Kentucky is one of eight schools in the NCAA to rank in the top 25 of both men's and women's standings.

With baseball and men's tennis ranked each ranked in the top 10, UK is poised to make a run at the top spot in the men's standings this spring. Capital One will award a combined $400,000 in student-athlete scholarships and the Capital One Cup trophy to the winning schools at the ESPY awards in July.

Learfield Sports has also released updated standings in the race for its prestigious Directors' Cup, which combines both men's and women's sports. Contributions from men's and women's basketball, rifle and men's and women's swimming and diving have carried UK all the way to No. 21 in the latest standings.

UK Rewind: March 29

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Kentucky Sports Report (week of March 26)

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Men's basketball
- Kentucky advanced to its second-straight Final Four on the heels of an 82-70 win over Baylor in the Elite Eight on Sunday.
- Anthony Davis notched his 19th double-double on the season and fifth in the postseason. He finished with 18 points and 11 rebounds, while adding six blocks and two steals.
- Michael Kidd-Gilchrist led the Cats in scoring with a team-high 19 points. Doron Lamb (14) and Terrence Jones (12) also scored in double-figures with all of Lamb's points coming in the second half. Jones also added nine rebounds and a career-high six assists.
- Kentucky is averaging 88.0 ppg in its four NCAA games.

Women's basketball

- The Wildcats earned their second trip to the Elite Eight in the last three years after hot shooting from beyond the arc vs. Gongaza. UK hit 12 3-pointers, most ever by UK in an NCAA Tournament game, including a season-high tying five treys from senior Keyla Snowden.
- Snowden led UK with 17 points off the bench, while reserve forward Samarie Walker posted her second straight double-double with 16 points and 12 rebounds. Junior All-America candidate A'dia Mathies and Southeastern Conference Freshman of the Year Bria Goss followed with 15 and 10 points, respectively.
- Connecticut native and sophomore guard Kastine Evans also was a huge factor on the boards as she grabbed a career-high 10 rebounds.
- Their 28 wins tie the school record set in 2009-10 when the Cats also advanced to the Elite Eight. UK has now won 25-plus games for three consecutive seasons for the first time ever.

Baseball
- The second-ranked Kentucky baseball team completed a four-game week on the road with three wins, including a series win at Tennessee and a midweek win at Cincinnati.
- The Wildcats will return to action on Tuesday with a midweek game vs. Western Kentucky at 6:30 p.m. ET at Cliff Hagan Stadium, before traveling to No. 17 Georgia for a three-game set, starting Friday at 7 p.m. ET at Foley Field.
- Kentucky (24-1, 5-1 Southeastern Conference) is off to the best start to a season in program history with its 5-1 start to conference play its best since 1992, when UK opened 7-0.
- The Wildcats had their record 22-game winning streak snapped on Friday night at UT, before responding to claim the final two games to win the series for the first time in Knoxville since the 2008 campaign.

Gymnastics
- Behind an impressive performance on vault, where the Wildcats posted one of their highest team scores of the season with a 49.0, the UK gymnastics team finished in fifth place out of seven teams, tying the best finish in school history at the Southeastern Conference Championships.
- Kentucky posted an overall team score of 194.350 at the event to defeat No. 10 Arkansas and No. 15 Auburn. The fifth-place finish for Kentucky ties the best finish in school history. UK finished tied for fifth out of seven teams in 2002, while its best finish at the event was fourth out of six teams in 1996.
- UK ends the season with a Regional Qualifying Score of 195.49, which is the second-highest in school history. Kentucky earned the high RQS after its best three-meet sequence in school history, where it posted a 195.875 or higher in three consecutive meets.

Softball
- UK earned a 3-1 week with a non-conference road victory at Western Kentucky before capturing its first SEC series of the season by taking two-of-three from No. 18 Auburn.
- Senior pitcher Rachel Riley tossed two complete-game victories including the decisive series-clinching win over Auburn. The win over the Tigers marked the ninth career win over a top-25 ranked team for Riley and she also notched her sixth multi-hit game in the win.
- Kentucky had a slew of terrific offensive performances over the weekend with senior Brittany Cervantes, junior Kara Dill, sophomores Ginny Carroll, Lauren Cumbess, Emily Gaines, Emily Jolly and Ellen Weaver all converting crucial at-bats into runs for the Wildcats.

Men's tennis
- The seventh-ranked UK men's tennis team continued its unblemished mark in SEC action with two league wins over the weekend. Kentucky defeated No. 19 Auburn 4-0 before its 4-1 road win over No. 61 Alabama on Sunday.
- UK has now won sixth consecutive matches to start SEC play, which is the Wildcats' best start in league action since the 1988 team went a school-best 8-0. Overall, UK has defeated 13 teams that are currently ranked in the ITA top 61, including five teams that are ranked in the top 25. In league play, the Wildcats have defeated No. 11 Florida, No. 19 Auburn, No. 26 LSU, No. 32 Arkansas, No. 40 South Carolina and No. 61 Alabama.
- UK won doubles in both matches, moving its record to 12-0 when it wins the doubles point. Senior Alex Musialek led UK in singles, becoming the 14th player in school history to win 100 career singles matches.

Swimming and diving
- The men's swimming and diving teams concluded their seasons at the 2012 NCAA Championships in Seattle, Wash., finishing in 21st, accumulating 35 points. The finish was the highest since the 2009-10 season.
- Tyler Reed recorded fifth-place finish, swimming a school-record 42.60 in the 100-freestyle. Reed also swam a 1:34.96 in the 200-free, posting an 11th-place finish.
- Greg Ferrucci finished in the top-15 in all three diving events, racking up an 11th-place finish in both the one and three-meter springboard, while finishing 15th on the tower.

Women's tennis
- Women's tennis traveled to No. 64 Auburn and fell, 5-2. Junior Jessica Stiles and freshman Stephanie Fox excelled in singles play, defeating both of their opponents. Marni Venter and CeCe Witten also grabbed a doubles win for the Wildcats.
- Kentucky hosted tough opponent No. 14 Alabama at the Hilary J. Boone Varsity Tennis Complex on Sunday. Witten and Venter once again put on a strong performance in doubles, but could not grab the win. Fox provided fierce competition for Alex Clay at the No. 4 singles slot but narrowly fell, 7-6, 4-6, 1-0 (5). Ultimately, the Cats fell 7-0, to the Crimson Tide.

Men's golf
- The men's golf team got off to a fantastic start Sunday in the first round of the Hootie at Bulls Bay Intercollegiate, shooting a team score of 3-under-par 285, tying for the first round lead.
- Kentucky was led by freshman David Snyder, junior Joseph Barr and sophomore Cody Martin, who each find themselves in the top 10. Snyder carded a 2-under-par 70 and is tied for second, while Barr and Martin each shot 1-under-par 71s and are tied for 10th.

Upcoming schedule

Monday, March 26
Men's golf at Hootie at Bulls Bay Intercollegiate (Awendaw, S.C. )

Tuesday, March 27
Baseball hosts Western Kentucky - 6:30 p.m.
Women's basketball vs. UConn - 7:00 p.m. (Kingston, R.I. )
Men's golf at Hootie at Bulls Bay Intercollegiate (Awendaw, S.C.)

Wednesday, March 28
Softball hosts Louisville - 6:00 p.m.

Thursday, March 29
Track and field at Texas Relays (Austin, Texas)

Friday, March 30
Women's tennis hosts Georgia - 5:00 p.m.
Men's tennis at Georgia - 5:00 p.m.
Softball at Tennessee - 6:00 p.m.
Baseball at Georgia - 7:00 p.m.
Track and field at Texas Relays (Austin, Texas)/Yellow Jacket Invitational (Atlanta)

Saturday, March 31
Softball at Tennessee - 2:00 p.m.
Baseball at Georgia - 4:00 p.m.
Men's basketball vs. Louisville - 6:09 p.m. (Kingston, R.I.)
Track and field at Texas Relays (Austin, Texas)/Yellow Jacket Invitational (Atlanta)

Sunday, April 1

Women's tennis hosts Tennessee - Noon
Men's tennis at Tennessee - 1:00 p.m.
Softball at Tennessee - 1:30 p.m.
Baseball at Georgia - 2:00 p.m.
Women's basketball vs. TBD (Denver)

Kentucky Sports Report (week of Feb. 27)

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Men's basketball
- Kentucky won its 45th SEC Championship outright Saturday on the heels of an 83-74 win over Vanderbilt.
- Freshman Anthony Davis led the way with his 13th double-double of the season, scoring a career and game-high 28 points to go along with a game-high 11 rebounds. He also added five blocked shots and two steals.
- Freshman Marquis Teague added 16 points while dishing out six assists and grabbing four rebounds. Terrence Jones also scored in double-figures with 12 points to go along with six rebounds and two blocks.
- UK celebrates Senior Night against Georgia on Thursday, honoring seniors Darius Miller and Eloy Vargas.

Women's basketball
- Kentucky won all three games last week, including an impressive 76-40 win on the road at Mississippi State in the regular season finale on Sunday to give the Wildcats their first regular season championship since 1982.
- The Cats earned the No. 1 seed, and a first-round bye in the SEC Tournament for the third-straight season and now prepare to square off against the winner of Florida (No. 8 seed) and Auburn (No. 9 seed) in the quarterfinals Friday, March 2.
- The Cats, who were picked to finish second in the SEC standings by the league coaches and media, have had another remarkable season under the direction of head coach Matthew Mitchell. He has led UK to its third straight 20-win season with a 24-5 overall record, including a 13-3 mark in SEC play.
- The 13 league wins were a school record for SEC wins in a season and UK was the only school in the SEC to go undefeated at home. UK's 18-0 home record is just the third undefeated season in school history.

Baseball
- The Kentucky baseball team posted three wins on the weekend to sweep Buffalo in the home-opening set.
- The Wildcats return to action with home midweek contests vs. Morehead State (Tuesday) and Xavier (Wednesday) at 4 p.m. ET, before hosting Illinois-Chicago in a three-game series Friday-Sunday.
- Kentucky (6-0) is off to its best start to a season since opening 19-0 during the 2007 and 2008 seasons. The Wildcats have utilized a balanced approach with a .341 team average, a 3.50 team ERA and a staggering .996 fielding percentage. UK has made just one error on the year, coming on an attempted pickoff at second base.

Rifle
- UK rifle finished second at the 2011-12 GARC Championships over the weekend at Ole Miss, placing third overall in smallbore and second overall in air rifle, finishing just six points shy of champion West Virginia.
- Kentucky completed the final day of the GARC Championships with a solid air rifle score to finish second to West Virginia overall, after UK placed third in smallbore on Saturday. UK, the regular-season conference champions and the defending NCAA Champions, fell just six points shy of the Mountaineers.
- UK was led on Sunday by a strong air rifle performance, as Settlemires paced the team with a 595. Greathouse fired a 592, while Wheatley finished with a 590. Henri Junghanel totaled a 585 and Katie Fretts fired a 579 to round out the starting lineup.

Men's tennis
- Kentucky could not avenge an earlier loss this season to highly ranked Ohio State, falling 4-0 to the second-ranked Buckeyes on Saturday in Columbus, Ohio. The win extended Ohio State's home winning streak to an impressive 136 consecutive matches, which is the longest in the nation.
- The Wildcats dropped the doubles point with tight losses at Nos. 1 and 3 doubles, while OSU continued its momentum in singles action, earning singles matches at Nos. 2, 4, and 6 for the win.
- UK junior Anthony Rossi, who is the reigning SEC Player of the Week, did not record a decision in the match, keeping his singles streak alive at 16 consecutive matches.

Gymnastics

- UK gymnastics posted its best meet of the year Friday, earning a team score of 195.525 en route to defeating No. 15 Auburn and Pittsburgh. It was Kentucky's first league win this year.
- The Wildcats earned season-best team scores on two events, scoring a 49.125 on uneven bars and a 49.2 on floor exercise. The high score on bars is tied for the 12th-highest score on the event in school history, while UK's 49.2 on floor is tied for the 16th-best in school history.
- Sophomore Audrey Harrison won her second all-around title on the season for UK, scoring a career-best 39.175. Senior Storey Morris finished first overall on uneven bars, while Harrison finished tied for first on beam and won the floor title outright with a 9.9.

Softball

- UK went 3-1 at the Georgia Southern Invitational where Kara Dill and Chanda Bell were named to the All-Tournament team. Dill batted .600 for the weekend and extended her season-long hitting streak to 10 games. Bell picked up two wins to become the school's all-time career leader in victories with 55.
- Freshman Griffin Joiner had a breakout weekend with a .417 average. Joiner also reached base three other times by way of a walk and a hit by pitch, and registered her first career stolen base.

Track and field
- The Kentucky men's team finished eighth at the SEC Championships with 38 points, while the women's teams placed 12th with seven points.
- Senior Kentucky men's distance runner Luis Orta won the men's 3,000m run Saturday and the men's 5,000m run Sunday, becoming the first student-athlete to win both races in the same championship since Georgia's Ian Burrell in 2007.
- Orta was a co-recipient on the men's side of the Cliff Harper Trophy, awarded each year to the high-points scorer of the meet.
- Orta was the first Kentucky athlete ever to win the 3K at the SEC Indoor Championships, and was the first Wildcat to win the 5K since Richard Ede in 1987.

Women's tennis
- Kentucky traveled for a midweek match with Akron, where the Cats lost a heartbreaker, 4-3. UK also traveled to Indiana to face the Hoosiers and dropped the match, 5-2.
- Sophomore Khristina Blajkevitch excelled despite the tough competition at Indiana, bringing home a win in singles and doubles play.
- Edmee Morin-Kougoucheff and CeCe Witten grabbed wins for the Wildcats in singles play vs. the Zips while also defeating their opponents in their respective doubles matches.

Men's golf
- Kentucky finished in a tie for ninth at the Mobile Bay Intercollegiate, its first tournament of the spring season.
- Freshman David Snyder finished in a tie for 10th after a career-low round of 4-under-par 68 in the final round to finish at even-par.
- Junior Chase Parker carded a career-low round of 5-under-par in the final round to finish in a tie for 25th.
- Kentucky's final round team score of 285 was the second lowest third round of the tournament.

Swimming and diving
- Tyler Reed and Lucas Gerotto both qualified for the 2012 NCAA Swimming and Diving Championships with swims Sunday afternoon that catapulted them into elite company on the final day of the Bulldog Last Chance Meet.
- Gerotto swam a 46.75 in the 100-fly, just three one hundredths of a second off the UK record, and good enough to place him 13th overall in the nation this year. Tyler Reed swam a 43.08 in the men's 100-freestyle to push himself to Seattle for the NCAA Championships in that event.

Upcoming schedule

Tuesday, Feb. 28
Baseball hosts Morehead St. - 4:00 p.m.

Wednesday, Feb. 29
Men's tennis at Louisiana-Lafayette - 2:00 p.m.
Baseball hosts Xavier - 4:00 p.m.

Thursday, March 1
Men's basketball hosts Georgia - 9:00 p.m.

Friday, March 2
Women's basketball vs. Florida/Auburn - 1:00 p.m. (Nashville)
Softball vs. Texas A&M CC - 2:30 p.m. (Lafayette, La.)
Men's tennis at LSU - 4:00 p.m.
Baseball hosts Illinois-Chicago - 4:00 p.m.
Women's tennis hosts LSU - 5:00 p.m.
Softball vs. Stephen F. Austin - 7:30 p.m. (Lafayette, La.)
Gymnastics at Illinois - 8:00 p.m.
Track and field at NCAA Qualifying

Saturday, March 3
Softball vs. Stephen F. Austin - Noon (Lafayette, La.)
Softball at Louisiana-Lafayette - 2:30 p.m.
Baseball hosts Illinois-Chicago - 1:00 p.m.
Women's basketball SEC Semifinals - 4:00 p.m. (Nashville)
Track and field at NCAA Qualifying

Sunday, March 4
Softball vs. Nicholls State - 11:00 a.m. (Lafayette, La.)
Men's basketball at Florida - Noon
Women's tennis hosts Arkansas - Noon
Baseball hosts Illinois-Chicago - 1:00 p.m.
Men's tennis at Arkansas - 1:00 p.m.
Women's basketball SEC Finals - 6:00 p.m. (Nashville)
Men's golf at USF Invitational

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