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Image 48 of Kentucky Alumni, vol. 75, no. 3, Fall 2004

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l · gperte gleenlnge Three Wildcats cn C¤aches’ · Preseason All-SEC Team » UK will host a First/Second Round 2007 NCAA Q Basketball toumament game in Rupp Arena, March 16 Three W1ld°atS· dcfenswe Gnd I _ _ _ Sweet Pea Burns, strong safety ,i l and 18. . .Former University of Kentucky point guard Mlke Williams, and linebacker i Saul Smith, son of Wildcats coach Tubby Smith, is now an Dustin Williams, were named to l assistant coach at Tennessee Tech, recently hired by l gliilggzgggsnlggiligiggc/2,1%,éam I Golden Eagles coach Mike Sutton, a former UK assistant released by the league OffiC€_ , I coach . . . Former UK football player Dennis Johnson, _BU1`¤§ i§ 3 fi{St·t€6m Sblbctibil, j now in his third season with the Arizona Cardinals, sgggslgggcgm Q returned "home" in July to hold his first football camp for thlydqcam (;hOi(;€_ lllll, I kids. His brother, Derrick Johnson, and current Lexington SEEUSJ? whe Yagi Hamed tv AH' I I i li'! Horsemen Dougie Allen and Champ Kelly participated as made g2 ;:§ki;S€§1;§Og§i2gl;%O’ Sweat Pea Bums { coaches. So did previous UK teammates and current NFL the SEC with 18 tackles for loss. players Artose Pinner (Detroit Lions), Eric Kelly xlglzcx/gl;Eg;Sfg$§(gl;§°;i3/2 ta;;;` I . (Houston Texans) and Chris Demaree (San Francisco breakups, and One lmereepgell V l i 49ers) Congratulations to Dale Brown who received Dustin Williams was one of the . I l I his degree in May. Brown, completed his degree ten years ;;;2g;gv;?s;(§€5; ggcfglg SEC last i i i after the end of playing days . . . Steve Flesch won his first Bums also has bgén selected A l PGA Championship in May — the HP Classic of New Or- Preseasbb bfsbteam AILSEC bY l _ . . . . . _ Blue Ribbon Magazine, Lindyk lg kk E A leans with a dramatic finish when a final round score of Magazine Phipps Magazine gk . , l 65 put him into a playoff with Bob Estes which he Southegsfern Football Sgtnrklayg, . . it . . Nllke Wllllams l promptly ended on the first playoff hole by sinking a 35- ]L;’”””$h”’;Ne‘€’S· ggllofzh, foot putt for a birdie . . . John Holmes won his match to tl.1;l%%gl§/IC(;§a?agI£ th§§E5’ V k help the American team clinch a 32-28 victory over Team Coaches. . Ja an in the Fu`i Xerox USA vs. Ja an Colle iate Golf . ‘ ‘ P . . J. . P ,P e¤lr cmu Pushes I . Championships rn Ichrhara, Japan. Holmes score was the aa V; * . . . . Team to Success I _, » best of the day . . . In mid-July freshman high jumper Mrke Kentucky golf Coach Brian Craig § Mason won the men’s high jump, collecting Canada’s first has had 3 passion fel- golf slnee medal at the 2004 World Junior Championships in he Was 10 Y€3T$ old and had big s e Grosseto, Italy. Mason, who lives in Nanoose Bay, B.C., is PPPPFPP SO far those dreams are C J coming true. He played golf at l a member of the UK track and field team . . .An0ther Ashton College and then profes- Dustin Williams Canadian, Sheray Thomas, played basketball with the SIOHKHY b¢f¤r¢ t¤k1¤s_th€1¤b at I U d 21 C d. d . . t t. I ft. UK three years ago. Since then he has become one of * n cp am mn Squa m m cmg mm compa I Km the country’s most successful coaches, leading the Uni- this summer. versity of Kentucky to a top-10 finish at the NCAA _ Division I men’s golf championships in June. In 2003, Kentucky advanced to the NCAA championships for l the first time in 15 years, finishing in 26th place. This . year, the squad won its first NCAA Central Regional T championship and entered the last round of NCAA championship play in second place, before eventually finishing eighth.That’s the highest finish in school his- tory. Every starter from that team returns for the 2005 season. 46 KENTUCKY ALUMNI