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Epps' 29 Not Enough as Hoops Falls to Dayton

Ally Malott scored 28 points and Amber Deane added 23 to lead No. 7 seed Dayton to a 99-94 upset of second-seeded Kentucky on Sunday. Deane hit a 3-pointer with 24 seconds remaining to send the Flyers (27-6) to their first Sweet 16. Kelley Austria made four free throws in the final 21 seconds and added 17 points for Dayton, which hit...

UK Hoops Meets Dayton in NCAA Tournament Second Round

Live VideoLive AudioLive Stats • After a commanding 97-52 win over Tennessee State on Friday afternoon to open the 2015 NCAA Tournament, the 11th-ranked University of Kentucky women's basketball team looks to carry that impressive play into Sunday's matchup against seventh-seeded Dayton in the second round.

Harper, Hoops Tame Tigers and Advance to Second Round

Linnae Harper scored 16 points to lead No. 2 seed Kentucky to a 97-52 win over Tennessee State on Friday in the first round of the NCAA Tournament. The Wildcats (24-9) advance to the second round of the Albany Regional and will host Dayton on Sunday. The Flyers (26-6) defeated Iowa State 78-66 in the first game of the doubleheader....

UK Hoops Makes Its School-Record Sixth Straight Appearance in NCAA ...

Live VideoLive AudioLive Stats • The 11th-ranked University of Kentucky women's basketball team earned its school-record sixth straight bid to the NCAA Tournament, and 12th overall, with a No. 2 seed in the Albany Regional. The Wildcats (23-9) will face 15-seeded Tennessee State in the first round Friday, March 20 ...

Epps, O'Neill Earn AP All-SEC Honors

University of Kentucky women's basketball players Makayla Epps and Jennifer O'Neill were honored by The Associated Press on Tuesday afternoon as Epps was named to the All-SEC First Team, while O'Neill was Honorable Mention. Epps becomes the first UK player to be named to the first team by the AP since A'dia Mathies in 2013.

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