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DOROTHY IEAN BERRY   ____
Assistant Coach  J    A _   
"Dottie" Berry came to Kentucky as an assistant in l98O from College    
Park High School in Georgia, where she was serving as head basketball    YA  M  
coach. A native of Atlanta, Berry graduated from Russell High School in      
East Point, GA, before attending Georgia Southern College, where she   j;AA;»  
earned a Bachelor of Science in T974. ln· l976, she earned a Master of     —s»~      
Education from Georgia State University. Berry has extensive experience   , _   ,   A  
working summer basketball camps and has served on the staffs of such   ~`_—_     6 
widely-recognized camps as B/C Invitation Camps, Atlanta Superstars    
Basketball Camp and Hubie Browns Basketball Camp.  ~  `*   `
LYNN NORENBERG  
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Lynn joined the Lady Kats staff in August of l98l after earning a      
Bachelor of Arts degree in Physical Education at William and Mary Col-     Ari   
lege. She started four consecutive seasons in basketball, and also com-     ‘‘`  
peted in track and intramural softball. An excellent student, Lynn earned      
Academic All-American honors at William and Mary while earning a      
3.97 grade point average over four years. She was also a member of the     .»>/     ij
Phi Beta Kappa Honor Society. A native of St. Petersburg, FL, Lynn has     S
spent several summers working basketball camps, including the B/C All-   ’   '
Stars Basketball Camp, the Manatee Junior College Basketball Camp, and   i`ii A    B
the Lady Kat Basketball Camp. As a player at William and Mary, Lynn
is ranked No. l on the schools all-time scoring list with l,504 career
points. She averaged l8.3 points over four seasons with a 56.2 field goal ~
percentage.
IOAN FRY   i
Joan joined the Lady Kats program in August of l98l. Her primary " ._;Vv_  ji   ‘ 
responsibility is handling all correspondence for the coaching staff and  _Q  
acting as a receptionist for the department. A native of Burnet, TX, she A.r  @34,   ’  {A
attended Southwest Texas State University, where she majored in soci—  V    JE
ology. She is married to Jason Fry, also a native of Burnet who attends  j i_c;~»;w   T 
Asbury Theological Seminary.  A _ J  Ars t  it 
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1982-83 LADY KATS
Front row, left to right: Diane Stephens, Donna Martin, Patty Jo Hedges, Lea Wise, Audre Andrew, Lynnette
Lewis. Back row, left to right: Terri Naiser, Valerie Still, Jody Runge, Sally Loughton, Karen Mosley, Leslie
Nichols, Lisa Collins.
KENTUCKY LADY KATS
NO NAME POSITION CLASS HEIGHT HOMETOWN
3 Patricia Mazzoni G SO 5-6 Louisville, Ky.
4 Diane Stephens G SO 5-9 Louisville, Ky.
10 Lisa Collins F JR 5-10 Corbin, Ky.
11 Leslie Nichols F FR 6-0 Lexington, Ky.
12 Valerie Still C/F SR 6-1 Kansas City, Mo. .
13 Patty Jo Hedges G SR 5-7 Louisville, Ky.
A 14 Lea Wise G SR 5-7 Lexington, Ky.
22 Andre Andrew G FR 5-6 Bedford, Ky.
24 Donna Martin G JR 5-7 Lexington, Ky.
' 25 Jody Runge C JR 6-2 Waukon, Iowa
32 Sally Loughton C FR 6-4 Stafford, England
33 Terri Naiser F SR 5-9 Louisville, Ky.
40 Lynnette Lewis F JR 5-9 Loyall, Ky.
44 Karen Mosley C FR 6-3 Toledo, Oh.
Head Coach: Terry Hall
Assistant Coach: Dottie Berry
Graduate Assistant: Lynn Norenberg
Trainer: Sue Stanley
Managers: Michele Oberst, Heather Longton, Mie Nishigori A
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DR. OTIS A. SINGLETARY .     - .  
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Dr. Otis A. Singletary, the eighth presi- Great strides toward academic excel- _, _     . gg     ,
dent of the University of Kentucky, as- Ience have been made during Dr. Single-    if .   g f x.?   +
sumed that office in August l969. l·le tary`s presidency at UK.Two professional      
had previously served as chancellor of schools-—dentistry and pharmacy-—have` V      
the University of North Carolina at been ranked among the best in the         A
Greensboro, executive vice chancellor nation. Departments such as political
_ for academic affairs in the University of science, history and mathematics have
Texas System and director of the Job gained national attention. The UK Li- vice president ot the American Council
Corps for the Office of Economic Op- brary now ranks among the best in the an Education and vice chairman of the
portunity. Southeast, and a large portion of the Southern Regional Education Board.
Dr, Singletary, a native of Gulfport, world-wide research related to tobacco Among his many awards and honors,
Miss., holds degrees from Millsaps Col- and health is now done at UK. he mggf recently received the Depart-
lege and Louisiana State University. Under Dr. Singletarys guidance, strong mgmt gf Army`s Outstanding Service
As president of the principal institu- efforts have been made to meet the tv\eda|_
tion of higher learning in the Common- needs of minority groups including the t—|e entered higher education in l954
wealth, Dr. Singletary is greatly con- establishment of an office of vice presi- as a member ot the history faculty at
cerned with the Universitys role as a dent for minority affairs. the University of Texas and twice was
land—grant institution, a "peopleis uni- Recognition of his service to the Uni- awarded the University Student Associa.
versity" accessible to all who can profit versity was evidenced by the UK Alumni tion's Teaching Excellence Award,
from education. Association which presented to Dr. Dr_ Singletary is the author of two
In the l2 years he has been president, Singletary its Alumni Service Award- hooks and several monographs, He is
the University has grown to where there an honor rarely bestowed upon a non- a memher ot Phi Beta Kappa Senate.
are now more than 23,4100 students on alumnus of the University. A Navy veteran of World War ll and
the Lexington campus and about 2l,OOO Dr. Singletory has been actively in- the Korean Conflict, he is a commander
students in UK's i3 community colleges, volved in a number of professional or- in the U_$_ Navy Reserve l—le and Mrs,
and the University has become one of ganizations and has served as president Singletary, the fgrmer Gloria Walton,
the maior research institutions in the of the Southern Association of Land- have three children; Bonnie, Scot and
country. grant Colleges and State Universities, Kendal|_
Athletics At Kentucky
Kentucky`s athletic program, a well—balanced and ambitious activity featuring intercollegiate competition in 20 different sports,
is organized under the Department of Athletics and a corporation known as the University of Kentucky Athletics Association.
The program is conducted without overemphasis or sacrifice of educational obiectives and in strict compliance with the rules
of the University, the Southeastern Conference and the National Collegiate Athletics Association.
A board of directors, headed by the President of the University in the capacity of chairman, maintains overall policy supervision
of the athletic program.
ln addition to the UK President, board officers include the Vice-President for Student Affairs as vice-chairman and Dr. W. L.
Matthews in the capacity of secretary, Seventeen other members, drawn from the University faculty and the general public, also
serve on the board as appointees of the president as do two student representatives. `
Supervising the steady growth and balanced development of the athletic program is Director of Athletics Cliff Hagan.
The Associations Board of Directors is composed of the following;
Faculty Members Members-at-large Ex Officio Members
Dean Marion E. McKenna Albert B. Chandler Dr. Otis A. Singletary, Chairman
Dr. Daniel R. Reedy S. T. Roach Dr. R. G. Zumwinkle
Dr. N. J. Pisacano lack Blanton
Prof. Paul Sears Alumni Members Dr. Donald Clapp
Cr. Charles Ellinger Dr. Ralph Angelucci Dr. W. L. Matthews
Prof. Charles Roland Thomas P. Bell Dr. Ray l·lornback
Art Gallaher
Trustee Members Student Members Steve Lochmueller
Frank Ramsey, lr. Lynn Spoonamore
William B. Sturgill Whayne Houghland
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 director in .luly, I975; during the ensuing .   iq; ·*  , ·
school year, Wildcat teams compiled one of 1_' _ ic se  __,·_ g ;   ’,
the best records in the schools history, with i { { if if "          >~
  O   therbasketball Wildcats winning the National ,,29%..:;;  ~·`·*·· {  " ; I M I
' Invitational Tournament, the wrestling and ;"·_' °g ;~»q·;{ > ·v ~’ e  _ —4 ` j;" =·
' ' rifle teams winning SEC titles and the base- f .   _     `j)_ " 
Athletlcs Duector ball team winning the SEC Eastern Division.   L3       ~>   VT-
The wrestling team repeated as confer- FET ].  t~,.;  f    
llie lilrieeeteewfeetbell i!··h —ii··
. . . and the football team won seven of ll ~·· _,_ .-   . ,   •~ .,,.423
$6,397,685 to the UK Athletics Association re I d d { { d N {h      ; xg    
. guar season games an e ece or   . ,, · »~;--» .;.;:..s_
Board of Directors are two more recent de- CGVOHHG in {he pecch Bowl H Wcwhe best UK   r`,.° _ ` ‘ iE§§53€€§£:, 2
velopments in the career of Cliff Hagan, now { b H d - 23 i d {h W rd { W? `     .4».. 1
_c in his eighth year as Wildcat athletics direc- {poi G (ECN in years On E I CU S r_ ,, ;.  
. . rrst post-season appearance since the l952 ,, ’ · .•·;·.;·:·.;·:;·r::::§;;:::::3:
tor and llth year with the Athletics Depart- C  I _· , ;;I;·;·.;·:;·:;.:;·;§;;:::::;;zz
mem- notton Bowl. The next year, the football team 53 I;   >;::_::::::;::::::;:%:555;;;EEE;
Accorriponyirig nogoirs budget report Wi,. tmtiee *°·* le·° ·¤ the Seittieeetem Cette ls   .;:§2E¥$E¤`i`°*¥?é·?’????$5$$;€SEEE
A G S{¤{€m€m by UK presidem Dr. OHS A. Sm- ence) and the basketball team won the NCAA —; I? 1:;:;:.;. jgggggggzgsgisiigs
gletary stressing the need for a first-rate Chcnlplonship
swimming facility and is r.€iCiiiOus€, Wires W"l* b‘?*‘* ***8 *°°'b“" °“" *’“*€*b°" Seereee Utieeeie et>* ¤e·¤t$¤e¤·¤St lem-
teams playing to sellout crowds and drawing re tn lQ54
were long—range goals for the department. O bi th d { II . H h T p · A
ln other related news, Hagan said the Uni- g Oni GTYOG O Owing' Ogcn Us no He WGS G membef ef S'Q'“G NU l:'Gl€""lY»
versity is free to televise all its December been Content bu, has mcde Wildcat gcmes $lUG€lll GOV€mm€l*l. BGPll$l SlUG€'*l UVllOVlr
bgskerbcrt gmes O,. O rm bm and rtw, me even mere e¤_r¤xel>leVt;y eereenellx ee$·e¤{; rsirowstsrp Or Christian Athletes and twice
possibility exists to televise ui<’s rooo con- '"Q Gnd Seleclmg me 'ldml M°}“°" Wm Wes selected ¤¤ierig tlie tee ten St¤¤lentS in
ference football games provided the tele- hm mplured the {GMX Oi UK Ons Every- the- COll€9€ ef EGl*€OllOVl·
casts donit do "appreciable damage" to Wh€li€’ _Gnd   granting perwlsslon for Affér gfclducliftg fl'Om UK in l95¢l, Hagan
other games within a l25-mile limit. publlmhon gf The COTS PGUS€’ O Umque served two years ot Andrews Air Force Base,
COmmU€d growth in pruchccrry Ort phcsés W€€‘l‘lY lcblold dexetee $l"CllY T9 UK SBOTIB Washington, D. C., as a commissioned of-
of UK athletics has been a hallmark of Pl“Y$lCGl lmprevements dU""9 HGQGTTS ficer. He led the base to two World Wide Air
Hctgcins seven—year reign as Wildcat ath. regime G5 Gll'll€ll€$ OITGUGI ·ri‘ league scoring charts with U,433 points in
Recent physical improvements include a Gnd new dUQ¤Ul$ ¤l the beset->¤ll field Gnd G 672 games for an l8.5 mark and was selected
new baseball grandstancl behind home plate, revamped tennis complex wllll GddlllOlTGl to play rn five East·\/Vest All-Star games and
a new office area for the academic advisory seating and modernized offices. He has also WGS mmed ,0 the NBA Second Arrteuggg
staff, new locker rooms in the football dress- added a strength coach to work with all team twice. He hit over .790 from the free
ing rooms and construction of a new equip- SP0l’l5 Gnd lUlld$ TOT lllf? PODUlGl PGTCOGTSO throw line seven years in a row and held the
ment shed for track. Fitness Trail. NBA record for most field goals scored in ct
On the institutional side of the ledger, the Ofll€€5 lll M€lTl0Vl¤l COlt5€U'“ heve b€€l* single quarter (I2), i
University was host to both the mens and modernized and Hagan rs looking forward to The Huwps Won the WE.Sr€,,, DMSIOH 5,,,
womens Southeastern Conference basket- the day when he can put on the drawing times during Hagans playing career there
ball tournaments earlier this year and will board Ott Olt/mDlC Swlmmlllg pool, GGG PlGlT$ and defeated the Boston Celtics in l95B for
host the NCAA Championship Finals in l985, for the expansion of Commonwealth Sta- the world championship. Hagan was All-Pro
along with renewal of the UK Relays in l980. dium. in the NBA in l957-62, inclusive.
Hagan, who has seen and overseen vast Hagan also has been an advocate of a He received his M.S. in education from
improvements in all phases ofthe UK athletics strong scholar-athlete pr¤gr¤ni, feeling "¤ Washington Urrivorsrty tn t958_
program since returning to his alma mater as genuine commitment to provide all the In l965, a Herbert Hoover Boys Club of
assistant athletics director in l972, has under ¤C0d€l’TllC $UDDOl'l GGG €lT€Ol-’l'G9€m€lTl W9 America was organized in Owensboro and
his command a total of 20 sports ranging can to help our athletes leave our campus named the Cliff Hagan Boys Clubof America.
from football and mens basketball in Level I, with a college education and a degree.i` He then tained the Dallas Chapparals as
ta womens basketball rn Level ll, and a Ott ll'l9 p€V$O¤¤l $ld€', l`lOQOlT l€C€lV€(l OGG player-coach and was selectea as the l95B
bakers dozen sports in Level Ill. of his highest individual honors in l97B when Texas Professional Coach of the Year. When
A few of the recent improvements that sig- he lZ>€C¤m€' lll€ firSt Ul'llV€l$llY of K€lTll·l€lOll player to be lll5lOll€G 'IT llm regular-season career totalcot l5,000 points
` angler Hagan include; l\lOlSl’Ttlll't N\€l'TlOFlOl l\lClllOlTOl BG$l<€llJ€lll lTlGll In l974, he was nantecl to tho Hall of Fame
• Expansion of the football training room of Fame in Springfield, Mass. Magazines All-America second-team for the
and addition of a beautiful players lounge at The t’OOCl to litfll lTOVlOl UOQGG Ol O*’·’€lT$‘ l95l-l973 period, to the Orlando (Fla.) Sen-
Shively Sports Center. boro, Kentucky, where he established a then trriel Slctris All-Timo Southeastern Conference
. • New food service equipment in the press state high school tournament record of Al lm, mmm (mg rtw Arr_r,,,,€ top wtregrmré _
box at Commonwealth Stadium. pOll'1lS, which WGS l’€'C€llllY VOl€?C lll€ Ql€Gl€$l pIa—yc—r rn tha State of Kentcicky by Inside Ken-
• New basketball offices in Memorial Col- individual performance by anyone in thc tacky Sports Magazine. In l975, hc was nant-
l$€U|'Tt fOr l)Oll1 the mort Gmc} vvOr7tQtt. lWlSlOl'Y of lltGl lOUTl'lOm€lTlr lll l€OCllflg llie Rest acl tO the Kerttrtrjlry Athletrc Hall Ol Fame, sects
• Re-arrangement of the baseball fences Devils to VtClOl'y OVEF Lafayette lll lll€ lim? rndactecl into the UK Alumni Association Hall
and a complete revamping of the track facrlr- chOtttplO¤Sltlp gGm€t of Distinguislic-cl Aluinni and was a recipient
ties at Shively Sports Center. At Ut<, he played on teams that won 86 of or tlro U,rr·.ip.,r,i Oi tccrrrgctry Cgrttcytytigl K
The indoctrination of Hagan into the UK 9l games and an NCAA championship tvs,.-.rlrrl|rOrr tgrtrlgrgrl ls, tlro UKAA tar past
athletics administrative structure came in ll95ll. The l954 l€Gm, tJ¤U€l€¤l€€l lll 25 athletic accantplrshmertts, rtui rig UK s Cot
l972, when he was named assistant to Harry gGm€S, elected not to pCllllCllJC1l€ lli the tennial Year observance
C. Lancaster and given the task of imple- FtGliOnGl tournament. HE ,5 mgrrrpd to the fgtrtrrgr Mrrrtlrc; Miltori
rnentrrig the Blue & White Fund for 57,600- Hagan set a dozen Southeastern Conleir Or oi,,€.s5pOra_ They travc- l@rit rr.riu·crr M·s.
seat Commonwealth Stadium and later for ence records Gnd an NCAA r€COrcl of 578 Barry "L|sc1`iTlt(t»