By LARRY VAUGHT Chloe Abbott was a three-time first team All-American sprinter when she transferred from Purdue to Kentucky after coach Lonnie Green, who recruited her
Ask Kentucky coach Rachel Lawson about senior shortstop Katie Reed and the coach almost explodes with enthusiasm.
As soon as Georgia standout Anthony Edwards reclassified from the 2020 recruiting class to 2019 he vaulted ahead of James Wiseman, a long-time UK recruit who signed with Memphis, for the top spot in the class.
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Pendleton County senior Dontaie Allen was having a monster season when he suffered a season-ending knee injury in the 13th game of the year.
He’s known Kash Daniel for about seven years now and even though they played for rival high schools, Cody Estep is not the least bit surprised that Daniel has been so successful at Kentucky.
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Just when I think I can’t hear another Kentucky basketball fan story that will surprise me, then I hear another one like this from Wilma Watson of Waynesville, Ohio.
Brittany Cervantes, the all-time home run leader for Kentucky, has not been surprised by the success the UK softball program has had under coach Rachel Lawson since she graduated in 2012.
Jackie Watson was born in Chicago, moved to Oklahoma and then California before finally moving to Kentucky when she was 16 years old. It didn’t take long for her to become true blue.
Often I try to ask recruits’ parents what they liked — or didn’t like — about a school’s recruiting pitch. I was not surprised by what Tyrone and Denyse Maxey, the parents of Kentucky basketball signee Tyrese Maxey, told me about UK coach John Calipari.
Her father was hitting golf balls in the yard when she was only 4 or 5 years old. That’s the first time Trinity Beth of Marshall County tried swimming a golf club — and she hasn’t stopped from the time she got a three-club Barbie Mattel golf set until she finally got what she called “real clubs” to use.
Danville attorney Matt Walter was 7 years old in 1984 when Kentucky’s football team went 9-3, won SEC road games at Mississippi State and Tennessee, and beat Wisconsin in the Hall of Fame Classic to end the season.
Even before she got a scholarship offer from Kentucky coach Matthew Mitchell, 6-1 junior Jillian Hayes of Loveland, Ohio, had a lot of ties to the the University of Kentucky already.
For some Kentucky basketball players, postgame basketball media interviews become routine because they have done so many. Not Jemarl Baker.
Tony Franklin thought Neal Brown was a terrific young coach when he was the offensive coordinator at Troy and added Brown as a wide receivers coach in 2006 after he had worked the three previous years at Massachusetts, Sacred Heart and Delaware.