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CONTENTS We’re Proud to be
Coach Sharon Fanning .......................... 2 '
Basketball slew ................................ a S
Dr. David Roselle .............................. 4       I
Athletics Director Cliff Hagan ..................... 4
Meet the Players ............................ 5-22 {5,}
_ (Croley 6, Pennie 7, Tarantini 8, Shrum 9, Whitaker mf _//¤};’ .
10, Harrell 11, Miller 12, Spencer 13, Davis!  
Hoskins 14, Ousley/Stevens 15) T
Lady Kat Team Picture & Roster ................. 16
Opponents Team Picture & Roster ............... 17
Opponents’ Feature ........................... 18 /
Lady Kat Feature ....,........................ 19  
Scorecard ................................. 22-23 »-— V
Memorial Coliseum ............................ 24 M vg
Assistant AD’s and UK Head Coaches ............ 25   §
UK Sports information Staff ..................... 26
Cheerleaders and Student Staff .................. 27
Lady Kat Records .......................... 29-30
Former Lady Kats ............................. 31    
Wildcat Team Picture & Schedule ................ 33 .
UK Campus ............................... 35-36
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Sharon Fanning brings to Ken- 1 1  A     ,_»-_     `II   V '   ~··’ ‘ ‘
tucky not only an exceptional   `A      1. A  1  
record, but also a national repu—   I        
tation as an outstanding coach, ` i#»,— - .1  A j ‘tiV       . _   .
recruiter and motivator. In ll 1 I ___1_A_A.Aj.A.. ·»‘r-Z   _,;— ,_V AA 3   I- $1,-
memorable seasons at the Uni-   4 - A     -,t: 9 Y.    ,:,‘   ·
versity of Tennessee at Chatta-   r··,   - [Q   1}-j.AlA A·°,,      ;A.A·->f`;_g      · 1
nooga, Fanning’s squads com- AA‘-Q{;;I°Qlf i _ _ A           ~_   ‘
piled a 189-129 mark, including  lf;:{_    . ‘   ,   `__,_   iV°i’     Vrv.,   ” 1:
five straight Southern Conference AIi_·1IAiAAQ%A;;_° »_VAt A; ` A   A   ii       *       i ·
championships from 1982-1986.   { AA‘,A_ .   i A .-   ”"""°“*     ,AAAAAA 1   Ar»-f   ··''   _A~_ A "
In 1984, the Lady Mocs went 26-     —-Ar       1    iii·    -Qf“-Y- `:i· *¤ 7
5 and were runners-up in the     AA»‘ ‘ .A   A   ,AAA,,    
National Women’s Invitational ·i‘·    1   ·,,,·’   . -   ‘
TOurnam€nt_ Coach Fanning is flanked by University President Dr. David Roselle and Athletics Director
. Cliff Hagan. Below, Fanning addresses the news media after being named new coach by Hagan.
And while her teams were
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reaping g my Or C 5C .09 Fanning join us, UK Athletics  
Coach Fanning was receiving . . “   »rr,       I1
Director Cliff Hagan says. She - ~   ..f__  
personal honors as well. She was . . .  —·=f. 1,   1
has all the qualities we were     -I
named Southern Conference . . . .  ..  ..r _-  
. looking for to fill this position. ·     I     -
Coach of the Year in 1984 and . . ._   ¤,_   .1  
. - She is not only an outstanding   1%    
1985 and was nominated for Ko- . . ,,_,._.    ,  
d ,_ . coach, but she is also a fine per- _ 1 _,A,   ---=·;   I ~  _     s.A      _._., .1 ._A:,.
ak s national Coach of the Year .   1;. .·r·~...     ,           rsl-  
1 . son who will be a good role .-;-    . ~~       r..—».rA  
honors in 1984. In 1986 she was . -. :       ..rr   · ·~-.    
. model for our young athletes. We     A . ·.   I »·~···  
coach of the North squad in the . .     I     I      · 
. _ . believe that her personality and _- 3.- .A—»     .-ye
U.S. Olympic Festival and last . . . .            
_ drive will give this program the  ,   I    
summer she was named to the . . ,, 1,   I.   .1,
_ . boost it needs right now. . ,   iri   .  
staff of the USA Select team . .   I   , =
. . . The 33-year—old Fanning, a 1    4 ~¢...r . 1 1
competing in Seoul, Korea in .   . Q . 1
_ native of Chatanooga, completed I   , r  
August. . . ~» - _- .z  I 1  
,, . her undergraduate degree at UTC .1; . - _ , I  
We are thrilled to have Coach . . . .   I_ _. I .1 I
__ A in 1975 while competing in both    A1 AAAA  JA
.   I I - Y   basketball and volleyball. She   ,A _     .,`_  
. ` »· A1  _=..   ` received her masters degree in   ZA`.   '.i,;    *1,;,  
    ,s.—   ° - - » -.   1976 from the University of Ten-
. .   .,AAA       .A._   1 A,._ A   graduate assistant coach to Pat YEAR W L PCTA 1
    -   ._   Head Summitt for one year be- 1976-77 20 13 eos {
  ~ · V  4*  ` —i   A -5   I IIII     ·· .   fore returning home to build a 1977*78 19 7 -731
  - A     ~ » 1s. I - 1 h 1 1 1978-79 16 11 593
  A-     ·_ 5 A _    ,A pI`OgI`HlTI H GT E1 II/IH Inaicli. 1979_8O 15 13 536
”’— r~.-=` ._ {-1 "*`   ‘ ,‘·.. - -A_  _   A noted speaker who is very 1980-81 19 9 1379
_ I s   IA A -.      *·s --,1 , · I - - · · 1981-82* 14 17 ,452
      AEA   AAA   active in civic affairs, Fanning 1982831 18 11 A621
-  —     also served as Coordinator of 1983-84~# 26 5 Az-,39
1   1 A  4  Women’s Athletics at UTC since 1984-85; 15 13 -552
  ~       j     2 -_;‘-I.   1978. she is 3 Cmmm member Or ]§§§j§$ 12 gg jgg
      °     .-~°`   the National Women’s Basketball * —* ··—'
    ·I . — '        ·       A A Totals 189 129 .594
This summer. Coach Fanning gave instrue- Cfmches ASSOCIHUOH Board Of 'S¤¤1h¤r¤ C¤¤19r€¤¤¤ <3h¤m¤1¤¤S
lions at a basketball clinic in Jackson, Ky. D1I`€CIOI`S. www R“""""U°$
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j l Andy Barnes Adena High School, tion in 1979 after serv-
_ . Andy begins bis tirst where she earned All- ing for four years as a
‘   r   vear at Kentuekv after America honors and was student trainer. She was
 ,__ a  ~ t .,5;   { serving as an assistant te named the Outstanding graduate assistant at Pur-
t      .  ; Ceaeb Susan Yevv at Athlete in Ohio. She due University, where
  {   .r    r Drake University iast went on to similar glory she earned her Masters
~   at .   ·  rr_r r rrtr seasen At UK, ne vviii at the University of Ten- Degree in Physical Fit-
- ·*—»     ‘  reeus nrirnariiv en re_ nessee, where she earned ness and Exercise Physi-
E isi aauatnta ar aaai eruitinra A native er Kodak All-America hon- ology in 1981. t I
  ’ “ ’ jebnsen City, Tenn-, and ors before graduating in A native of Smithville,
  at    vii ». a 1980 graduate ei East 1983. I Ohio, Sue serves on the
t       Tennessee State, Andy ln the meantime, she Board of Directors for
- .it.       taught and eeaebed at the was also establishing the rNat1onal Athletics
;.- a’"~ t *=s  s   t high sebeei ievei fer six herself as a great inter- Trainers Association.
5 1 Q ga     years berere joining the national competitor. She ;...i- —
  r   ~   start: at Drake. From was selected to the 1979 Lea Read
  s   ’*’“*   as   1980 tO 1984, he was World UI1lV€I`Slty squad, r r y
A     ,tt,,,__.e assistant bays, taaskarbaii the 1980 Olympic [cam, Lee joined the Lady
» aigr»»;ltar{i~rata$;·;irrriiraasi eeaeb and bead geir the 1983 Pan American Kat staff IH D€C€1T1b.€f,
A . , ._  . coach atDanie1 Boone raarrr arrrl rlra 1984 l983— Sha War araylaur
l   if .  `   High School in Gray, Olympra Squarl- Sha also ly arrrvlrryarl by Barrlra
;     ,·i_ tr   Tenn. He then taught for Playarl irrrrlarsraaal bar- lamaw County Wallara
· 4.. ,  _    . one year at Sun Valley karlrall fer One Year m Departmenf and Cehme
V       .  _    r   SChOOl in Monrocs   and f()[' [WO y€3I`S bus East   School IH
 are   i N_C_’ berere returning in Japan. I Columbus, Indiana. A r
V l  J .   _   teach and assist in boys’ daeted rata the National KY- Lee is raarrrrrl ra A
r ar t !  basketbaii at Unieei High School Hall of Bob Reedy and has two
7im,,,,j(>t} gmt, Hom, County High School in eame last Yeae is mar- Children
  lr ll    U   Erwin. He is married to rrrrl ra Mark rlaurar- ——-—-——
t r ‘lAa     V.  s Marsha Barnes. man Lee Youster
    ··r  ~ it  ·~·— .  __t_   A .;....F— Lee has been assistant
l V     » iT` strength coach at Ken-
' .  »_._ 1  is _    ri_;-" Cindy Noble Heuserman tucky for three years. A
  r .   . r_i ‘ _ Cindy’s experience as 1980 graduate of ‘
»   a great player at all lev— Sue Stanley Yankton College, he re-
  2     els of competition made Sue joined the UK mained at his alma mater
l   her an exciting addition training staff in 1982 for two years as football
__,: .  . _ to the Lady Kats staff. A after serving for one and strength coach. He
  r ‘ two-time Olympian, Cin- year as Co-Ordinator of then served as a graduate
a  M  r   . _ dy joined the University Sports Medicine for the assistant strength coach
. s  __ a A  of Kentucky for her first Department of Intramu- for two years at South
-· S N ez" ;  r coaching job in August, ral/Recreational Services Carolina and as an assis-
e ri     1985. at East Carolina Univer- tant strength coach at
- _ t _a,..    g s A native of Clarks- sity. Sue graduated from Oklahoma for one year
_ t   A 7 eiei   burg, Ohio, Cindy began Ohio State University, before coming to Ken-
  K ” aa awt   an outstanding playing where she earned a de- tucky. Lee is 29 years
Citmq/A {wir ytmi,. (’or`f»g;¤ mary career at Frankfort- gree in Physical Educa- old and single.
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  H  1E.;eenp;ye·C0E1rnittee 0; the NCAA Division PRESIDENT i
t etics lrectors ssoclation. ;
D1l'€Ct0I` of Athletics A two-time All-American basketball center DAVID P' ROSELLE  
` at UK (1952, 54), Hagan helped the Wildcats  
E T   _, ,_ win 86 of 91 games during his career. Includ- _
  ·#‘t Y   e »`>  je ed in his career is a 1951 national champion- _
  ____   __     V ship under legendary coach Adolph Rupp. _     . _ ~
`   ·ii` A As a senior, Hagan helped lead UK to a   ‘ i
·   .  perfect 25-0 record and the Southeastern _  
  in?    . Conference title. That season, Hagan aver- _   ·
  aged 29 points per game and led the nation in · »_  
  _;__’   ,.     rebounding (13.5 rpg). `»¤%;·§»·¢— T may ,
  " After graduating from UK in 1954 and T   ,
"   ° serving two years at Andrews Air Force Base °     T
· as a commissioned officer, Hagan began a    
highly successful National Basketball Associ—   P l
;; ation career with the St. Louis Hawks. ln 10 `  r —  »  
Q seasons, he posted 12,433 career points in   ’,\
A ‘ 672 games (18.5 ppg) and played in five NBA i  ` i`
. ` All‘Slal games- _ _ Dr. David P. Roselle was named the
As Cliff Hagan enters his 12th year as its elggiele egieleeeieesn       ninth president of the University of Ken-
director, the University of Kentucky Athletics helped lead the Hawks te the World Chempn tucky in March 1987. n T
Association is undergoing an era of unprece— enshin by defeating the Besnen Celtics. He T Dr. Roselle comes to UK from Virgin-
dented growth. T U also Set n NBA Single game neeend for ment 13 Tech in Blacksburg, Va., where he
R°°°“‘lY’°°'“Pl°“’d P’°J°°“S inninnn the ee field goals in a quarter (12). Hagan was voted Sgrvgd as PYOVOSI foul Years- Tho POSl‘
million   Nutter Football Training Facili- Alnpne from 195-/_62n DDD Of DTOVOST at Virginia Tech is the
tY· nin Hllary J· Boooo Indoor Tenmseemeri Between basketball seasons at St. Louis, number two administrative position at the
nin llghtmg of the Snivniv Boseoallelelo and Hagan earned his M.S. degree from Washing- university, which has more than 22,000
the resurfacing and seating expansion of the [en University in 1958. Students
Shively Track. In addition, the $5.5 million He else had n stint ne Tn eeeeneh ef the _‘ _
Harry C. Lancaster Aquatics Center is near- . p y. - A llallvc of Pelmsylvamoi Dn Roselle
ing nninniniinn~ niinging inn nnni nnnnn·ii· Eneiiinlihifpslilsrniilfri iliswlliiiiiiéinii has. 3 P'?·o· l“ ‘““h"’“‘““°S ‘°“"“ D“.l‘° i
f nnnn in nnniini nnnnnninn nininnn ni nnnny nn Texas i».Zrg..rnn..r’cn£n nr nn Year in U“‘“°”S"Y· H° has l’€°’“ ii '“i"l‘€’“i‘“°S
$15 million. 1968 HTS neeend nt Dalles Wes 10990. In professor and researcher at the Univer-
This past July, the UK Athletics Associa- T9-/5' Heenn was nnmed ne the Kentucky sity of Maryland and Louisi-
iinn Beele of Dlleeters approved e record Athletic Hall of Fame. Three years later, he alla Slate UlllV€lSllY· Hg begging ll PlO`
$93 mllllmi biidggi for illc l987j88 llscill became the Em UK player inducted imo dm fessor of mathematics at Virginia Tech in
yeereln nfinnn nnninn ninni nln{j;njn;innnnn· Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame. 1974 and held that faculty appointment
  ilgobcaeginyoS§eeSilrI;;?I;ting wineoree Hagan `is married to the former Martha during his entire tenure there. W I T I
tax dollars from the University’s general Meme el Qweesbomi They have feel Cell- He else Served ee deem et Vlrglme
innnn Sli; ;”..i.T‘i2...E;$§..€*‘;i.i‘.l°.‘2; M;i.E2EI‘°.‘§lli nnn gninnn nnnn nni nnnn ni  
Hagan, n native of Owensboro, replaced nn, nTTnf“nnynnnTn Unnengny g sggrcn gno ergonnto gtndigg _
the late Harry C. Lancaster as athletics direc- I DF Roselle 15 known 35 311 IUUOVHYOP
tor on July 1. 1975. Since then, UK athletics At Virginia Tech he implemented a uni-
has enjoyed a tremendous amount of success, versity—vl/ide core curriculum, helped se-
b0¥h Oil the Playing Hold and in ih€ €l¤S5· cure increased support for sponsored re-
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nngnn inn nnnn UK nnnkninnii innnnn Win BOARD nn DlReeTeRe iigiiiiriiiilvgafnrtegiiierilifliii    
an NCAA championship. an NIT champion- UNlVEFi$lTY OF KENTUCKY EO _ [ ` e
l` ship and make another appearance in the Fi- ATl'll-E-HCS ASSOClATlON I n eye emS' , . . . .
nr   The football wllacnts nw. ..,.- ,,,_.,,,.,C,., M,,,,,R,_,,_ . in im nn Wn rnnngninnn ny Viigin .
pearcd in thrcc bowl games. Last season. six NIENHQERS LARGE lo Tech lor llls toaohmg oxoollolloo; E
UK teams appeared in their respective NCAA Dn Dnvid Rescue Mn EDT Gnnnlnn DT- RO$el_l€ lllle hgldg V3ll€l}’ of lC?l€l‘  
ghgmpitmghip gvcmy Dr, An Gnunhen Mr, Sr-E Reneh €1`Sl"llp pOS1l1()11S ll'] 1131101131 111?.11l1€lTl?1[1CS
Academically, Hagan helped establish the Dr..lack Blanton organizations and served as executive
Center tor Academic and Tutorial Services Dr. Raymond l-lornbnclt STUDEN MEMBERS secretary of the Mathematical Associa-
(CATS). The University of Kentucky WHS lh€ Dn lii“i°* M· Klillcl Miss Susan Brothers tion of America for nine years.
first university in the nation to open an aca- ]l?ni“”Pl§;;bg;lcg· Lii“'$°“ Mr. Karl Crase HC has made Dumgmus invited Ed_
demic ccntcr for student-athlctcs. The efforts ‘ .. . · · . · · . ·
  nina ..n—.   nn nd the s.....r.....n... , _ ncntirrrnrnns   in nn inin nnn   Winnig nnn
cnnrnrcnce inn van in the number of stu- "'*oM”_' MEM"E“_° Dr. Dnnigl R€€dy lleleo E? “ ‘“€"l‘°‘““““ S°h°l“'· nn has
dennntnleten nnmed Te the Tenenen Vnnienn ml'.}V:lI21l1l B. sturgrll DTE N'], nnmne been editor of two books and was on the
Amdcmic Hmm ROME '· ii ii C Own Dr. Charles P, Rnlnna editorial board of a third.
Hagans involvement in college athletics TRUSTEE MEMBERS B°“'e§f%‘é>f§nlVg?Ziiin>$ Dr. Roselle is married to thc former
cxtcntls beyond me unaversny or Kentucky. Mn nlnen Bn Cnnnnn DQ Pnn‘T'§;n§· '"g“' Louise Dowling of Manhasset. NY-.
Hc scrvcs on thc Executive Committee ol` the Mn Frnnk Rnnnen, De J_B_ T/nnDnneH and they have a son, Arthur, 16, and a
Southcustcrn Conference and is also on the ' 7 daughter, Cynthia, 15.
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scoring list with 937 career points, and if she _ `     __·` T    [Q`} ii.; t’·°          , .
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I ’ ‘     V ’     yI_¤ .—     K V   f P  V ·-V’ Qi; High School: Clearwater Central Catholic
2 I    4 I     High School Coach: Nancy Yenel
  -.··Q;-.L,LQ.Q.;.. .   _V___; ·     V T`? YY`   I   V_'"   V   Favorite music: Soft Rock Favorite Per-
  V      » V ,.'        ’`'‘` ` II former: Stylistics Top Movie Star: Meryl .
E    ii, -   -     »`i- .         Streep Top Movie: One On One Top TV
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V. V.,t. V V. -{-—-     V       Vt I  V? x   ir Star: Bill Cosby Top TV Show: L.A. Law
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I.- ~ , .’   V     'I         »I           , · Favorite Food: ice cream Hobbies and Pas-
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`   i 4     V     J Y    —»-~V   basketball sport: softball Most Admired
  "   i i   pil ~     _ ->       Athlete: Wayne Gretsky Favorite Gymnasi-
  ‘ _%_=   I _\/=,.     ..    " ,,   um: Clearwater Central Catholic High
  i   _   4  2     School gym Favorite City: Norwalk. Conn.
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§ lem   a freshman and sophomore. Michele 111ent of her left knee in the semifinals ofthe
  Hnally enjoyed her lirst full season last year Florida state championship. She underwent
  as ajunior.. She played in 24 of the team`s 28 extensive knee surgery before coming to Ken-
  games and. although she never received a Lucky. and has necessitated arthroscopie sur-
  starting assignment. finished as the Kats’ gery twice since.
  fiftlrleading scorer with an average of 4.6 A versatile player who could help at either
points per contest. . guard or forward. Michele will be relied on _ -
Her outstanding high school career at for her exceptional scoring and passing ability 5 11 Senlor Guard
i Clearwater Central Catholic ended tragically this year. Ci€BI'W8tEI",  
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  1986-R7 24-o 42-so 416.7 26-36 72.2 61-2.5 110-4.6 l2 24 .
i 19s5-86 17-2 14-27 51.8 lt)-ll 90.9 15-ss 3x-2.2 to 14
  19s4-s5 lS—l 15-35 42.8 16-27 59.2 23-1.5 46-1.5 3 to
  "I`()'l`ALS 56-3 71-152 46.7 52-74 70.3 99-1.8 194-3.5 25 34
  Career Highs: 14 pts. vs. ()hio State. 1986-87. 8 rbs., twice
 
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Monique possesses all the skills HGCGSSHTY * ‘ ; ’ " ,   E  ‘°"_  _     y    ;~· ‘   `-’‘ };` _ .¢°
to be a standout player at both ends of the   _   _  `     ` _         ‘ `
court. Although she was recognized for her M     _ _ _   ° L f `~- i . ,       ` f -
great scoring ability in high school, she has ·   *     S    - {  g       `V~_ K   U . 1
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has hit double hgures several times even       Qs;     .  
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Kentucky. Her career free throw percentage · Ll `C · fi     gg  _  
ol` 88.8 is a good indication of her shooting . I, _r:J .  _   _v..        
touch, She is a classic zone buster when her      .»...   .·_g        ».—..     _ ,
shot is "or¤-" .   .isi. S . rr `i.   - ‘ . "  
Monique is regarded as one ofthe all-time 7 :   X       ’_`_ · <     U;
great players in West Virginia high school   l _‘“    P`l§_     ~».‘     3
history. As a senior at St. Francis High ` _;· _ ”   Qi-A   ` Tg.   =  ::_ ·_
School, she was honored as West Virginia Q `   _ _ ,,____ ,     y   _ F ‘.‘’     *  !_!
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Player ofthe Year and was named to Parade M   ‘rr’         ._£   ‘         ‘tr‘ i.,
magazines fourth team All-/Xmerica list. Her we ·**‘ Ml     ·',`»‘       `.`i"     »’··, 7*
2,835 career points in high school are the __  3~ ·‘`‘         =.·‘i ; V
most ever scored by any male or female in   ii`'    "   it `'‘i°=.