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The Lexington Legends set new season highs in runs and hits in a 13-6 victory over the West Virginia Power Monday night in Charleston. Every Legends batter had at least one hit in the game, and eight hitters had at least two hits, as the Legends collected 14 hits in the first five innings and 18 for the game. The Legends took command of the game when they sent 12 batters to the plate in a seven-run fourth inning. Continue reading Legends overpower West Virginia, 13-6
MOREHEAD, Ky. – Following a 23-win season and a trip to the College Basketball Invitational Finals, Morehead State head men’s basketball coach Sean Woods has had his contract extended through the 2019-20 season. Continue reading Sean Woods’ contract extended through 2019-20 season
We ran this article a few years ago by UK Hater Clay Travis. He recently attacked Coach Cal for “Paying Players”. This may be the most needy and desperate media person in the country. He is trying to do what Matt Jones of KSR has already done, and corner the market on sensationalism in media reporting. Clay Travis, in an attempt to get notarized has once again attacked UK basketball, and once again, proving, he is the biggest idiot in the United States. Continue reading Clay Travis once Called UK fans, “Dumbest in the country”
RICHMOND, Ky. – Three Eastern Kentucky University football road games will air live on the ESPN family of networks this season.
The season-opener at Purdue on Sept. 3 is scheduled to begin at noon and will be broadcast live on ESPN News. Continue reading THREE EKU FOOTBALL ROAD GAMES TO AIR ON ESPN FAMILY OF NETWORKS
LOUISVILLE, Ky. — Damion Lee, who was a graduate transfer guard for one year at the University of Louisville last season, will play for the Miami Heat’s 2016 NBA Summer League team, which begins play on July 2 in Orlando.
A second team All-ACC selection, Lee led the Cardinals in scoring, averaging 15.9 points and 1.5 steals (fifth in the ACC) while shooting 84.3 percent from the free throw line (fifth in the ACC). Lee scored in double figures in 26 of 30 games last season and was the Cardinals’ top scorer in 16 games.
From Baltimore, Md., Lee buried 257 three-pointers in his collegiate career at Drexel and Louisville, including a team-high 61 threes in his only season with the Cardinals. The graduate transfer scored a combined 2,016 career points at the two schools.
LEXINGTON, Ky. (Reprint from WYMT) – It is no secret that Kentucky men’s basketball coach John Calipari is king of the college basketball world.
Since arriving in Lexington in 2009 Calipari has brought in a top two recruiting class each season. He has led the Wildcats to four Final Fours, including a national championship in 2012. Continue reading Clay Travis of FOX Sports 1 accuses John Calipari of paying players
RICHMOND, Ky. – Construction and renovation on the Eastern Kentucky University baseball and softball facilities has begun.
The baseball and softball projects are expected to be completed in March. Athletic facility renovations and expansions are funded through agency bonds sold in 2015. Continue reading RENOVATIONS BEGIN FOR EKU BASEBALL AND SOFTBALL FACILITIES
8TH ANNUAL HILLBILLY SHOWDOWN, JULY 1-3. Racers wanting to be put on a will-call list for the Flat out Feuds, Duelin Doorcars, Footbraker 24, or 32 High Roller can e-mail the track. Anyone on the Will-Call list must purchase their Tech Card from the Front Gate by Noon Saturday.
Murray, Labissiere selected in the opening round; Ulis joins four Wildcats in Phoenix
BROOKLYN, N.Y. – It was another successful evening for the Kentucky men’s basketball program at the NBA Draft as Jamal Murray (seventh, Denver Nuggets), Skal Labissiere (28th, Phoenix Suns) and Tyler Ulis (34th, Phoenix Suns) were selected in the 2016 draft on Thursday. Continue reading Three Wildcats Selected in the 2016 NBA Draft