RECORDS
ALL-TIME RESULTS 19 0 3-90
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Dale      Team Site Ky. Opp.
1984-85 Continued
Mar. 2   Louisiana St. (A)      61 67
SEC TOURNAMENT (Birmingham) Mar.  7   Florida (N2)    55 58
NCAA WEST REGIONAL (First Round)
Mar. 14    Washington (N3)    66 58
Mar. 16   Nevada-Las Vegas        IN3)   64 61
NCAA WEST REGIONAL Mar. 22   St. lohn's (N4)     70 86
2037 1918
(Nl) Louisville IN2) Birmingham (N3) Salt Lake City, Utah (N4) Denver, Colorado
- Leading Scorers -
Kenny Walker (6-8 Jr. F)..................22.9
Ed Davender (6-1 Fr. G)...................8.5
Winston Bennett (6-7 Soph. F)..............7.2
Bret Bearup (6-9 Sr. 0....................6.3
James Blackmon (6-2 5oph. G)..............5.4
Roger Harden (6-1 Jr. G)..................5.3
' Denotes 1 overtime period.
H Exhibition Not counted in won-lost record.
EDDIE SUTTON ERA
1985-86 Won 32, Losl 4
NCAA "Final Eight"
SEC Champions
SEC Tournament Champions
Ranked Third AP and UPI
COACH: Eddie Sutton
CAPTAINS: Kenny Walker, Roger Harden and Leroy Byrd
Nov. 22   Northwestern (La). St.   (H)      77 58
Nov. 26  Chaminade            (A)     89 57
Nov. 27   Hawaii                   (A)      98 65
Dec. 3   Cincinnati               (H)     84 54
Dec. 7   Indiana                  (H)     63 58
Dec. 14   Kansas                  (A)      66 83
UK INVITATIONAL TOURNAMENT
Dec. 20   East Carolina            (H)      86 52
Dec. 21   Pepperdine             (H)     88 56
Dec. 28   Louisville               (H)     69 64
Dec. 30   Va. Military Inst.        (Nl)    93 55
lan. 4    Vanderbilt              (A)      80 71
lan. 6    Auburn                 (A)      56 60
Jan. 8    Mississippi              (H)     75 58
lan. 11    Alabama                IH)     76 52
lan. 15    Mississippi St.          (A)     64 52
lan. 18    Florida                  (A)      72 55
Jan. 23    Georgia                 (H)     74 69
lan. 25    Tennessee             (H)     74 57
lan. 29    LSU                       (A)      54 52
Jan. 31     Auburn                   (H)      81 71
Feb. 2   N. Carolina State       (A)     51 54
Feb. 5   Vanderbilt             (HI     73 65
Feb. 8    Mississippi               (A)      62 58
Feb. 13   Alabama                (A)      73 71
Feb. 15    Mississippi St.           (H)      88 62
Feb. 19   Florida                 (H)     80 69
Feb. 22   Georgia                 (A)      80 75
Feb. 27   Tennessee             (A)     62 60
Mar.  1    LSU                       (H)      6B 57 SEC CHAMPIONS SEC TOURNAMENT (Lexington)
Mar. 6   Mississippi              (HI     95 69
Mar. 7   Louisiana St.            (H)     61 58
Mar. 8   Alabama               (HI     83 72 SEC TOURNAMENT CHAMPIONS NCAA SOUTHEAST REGIONAL First/Second Round
Mar. 14   Davidson               (N2)    75 55
Mar. 16   Western Kentucky      (N2)    71 64
NCAA SOUTHEAST REGIONAL
Mar. 20   Alabama                (N3)    68 63
Mar. 22   Louisiana St.            (N3)    57 59 26662210
(Nl) Louisville (N2) Charlotte, N.C IN3) Atlanta
- Leading Scorers -
Kenny Walker (6-8 Sr. F).................20.0
Winston Bennett (6-7 |r. F)................ 12.7
Ed Davender (6-2 So. G)................. 11,5
James Blackmon (6-3, Jr. G)................9,4
Roger Harden (6-1, Sr. G).................6.8
1986 JAPAN TOUR (Not Counted in Won-Lost Record)
June 21* Japan at Tokyo                  80 55
lune 22" Finland at Tokyo                87 67
lune 24   Finland at Sendai                82 65
lune 26   lapan at Niigata                  79 73
lune 28   Finland al Ohtsu                 80 56
Date      Team Site Ky. Opp.
|une 29   Czech, at Sapporo 74 80
Kirin World Tournament Hong Kong Game
July 2    S. China 87 45
1986-87 - Won 18, Lost 11
NCAA Tournament UKIT Champions SEC Third Place Unranked in Polls
COACH: Eddie Sutton
CAPTAINS: James Blackmon and Paul Andrews
Nov. 29   Austin Peay             (H)      71 69
Dec. 2   Texas Tech              (H)     66 60
Dec. 6   Indiana                  (A)      66 71
Dec. 13   Lamar                     (H)      71 56
UK INVITATIONAL TOURNAMENT
Dec. 19   lona                       (H)      75 59
Dec. 20   Boston Univ.            (H)     81 69
Dec. 27   Louisville               (A)      85 51
Dec. 30   Georgia                  (N1)    65 69
Jan.  3    Auburn                   (A)      63 60
lan. 7    Alabama                (H)     55 69
Jan. 10    Tennessee                (A)      68 75
Jan. 12    Mississippi Slate        (A)      57 49
Jan. 14     Florida                    (H)      67 62
Jan. 18    LSU                     (H)     41 76
Jan. 21     Vanderbilt                (A)      71 65
Jan. 25     Navy                      (H)      80 69
|an. 29    Ole Miss                (A)      65 76
Jan. 31    Mississippi Stale        (H)      50 36
Feb. 4    Auburn                   (H)      75 71
Feb. 7   Alabama               (A)     70 69
Feb. 11    Tennessee                (H)      91 -84
Feb. 14   Florida                  (A)      56 74
Feb. 19   Vanderbilt              (H)      65 54
Feb. 21    LSU                       (A)      52 65
Feb. 25    Georgia                 (A)      71 79
Feb. 28    Ole Miss                 (H)      64 63
Feb. 29   Oklahoma               (H)      75 74 SEC TOURNAMENT (Atlanta)
Mar. 6   Auburn                  (N2)    72 79 NCAA SOUTHEAST REGIONAL First/Second Round
Mar. 13   Ohio Stale              (N2)    77 91 19651944
(Nl) Freedom Hall, Louisville (N2) The Omni, Atlanta
- Leading Scorers -
Rex Chapman (6-4 Fr.)...................16.0
Ed Davender (6-3 Jr.)....................15.2
Richard Madison (6-7 Jr.)..................9.1
James Blackmon (6-3 Sr.)..................8.4
Robert Lock (6-11 Jr.).....................7.5
1987-88 - Won 25, Lost
UKIT Champions
Ranked Sixth in AP and UPI
COACH: Eddie Sutton
CAPTAINS: Winston Bennett, Ed Davender, Cedric Jenkins, Rob Lock, Richard Madison.
Dec. Dec.
Jan. 2 Jan. 6 Jan. 9 Jan. 13 Jan. 16 |an. 20 Jan. 23 lan. 27 Jan. 31 Feb. 3 Feb. 6 Feb. 10 Feb. 13
Feb. 24 Feb. 28 Mar. 2 Mar. 5
Hawaii	(H)	86	59
Cincinnati	(H)	101	77
Indiana	(N1)	82	76
Louisville	(H)	76	75
INVITATIONAL	TOURNAMENT		
Miami (Ohio)	(H)	85	71
N.C.-Charlotte	(H)	84	81
Alaska	(H)	100	58
Vanderbilt	(H)	81	74
Georgia	(A)	84	77
Mississippi St.	IH)	93	52
Auburn	(H)	52	53
Alabama	(A)	63	55
Tennessee	(H)	83	
Florida	(H)	56	58
LSU	(A)	76	61
Vanderbilt	(A)	66	83
Notre Dame	(N2)	78	69
Ole Miss	(H)	94	65
Mississippi St.	(A)	83	59
Auburn	(A)	69	62
Alabama	(H)	82	68
Tennessee	(A)	70	72
Florida	(A)	76	83
LSU	(H)	95	69
Syracuse	(H)	62	58
Georgia	(H)	80	72
Ole Miss	(A)	78	71
Date      Team Site Ky. Opp.
#5EC TOURNAMENT (Baton Rouge, La.) Mar. 11   Ole Miss (N3)    82 64
Mar. 12   LSU (N3)     86 80
Mar. 13   Georgia (N3)     62 57
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(Nl) Indianapolis; (N2) Louisville; (N3) Baton Rouge, La.
- Leading Scorers -
Rex Chapman (6-4 So.)...................19.0
Ed Davender (6-3 Sr.)....................15.7
Winston Bennett (6-7 Sr.).................15.3
Rob Lock (6-11 Sr.).....................10.9
Eric Manuel (6-6 Fr.)......................7.1
 As part of sanctions imposed upon the UK basketball program in 1989, the National Collegiate Athletic Association ordered Kentucky to erase from the record three NCAA tournament games from the 1987-88 season. Kentucky's 99-84 win over Southern, a 90-81 win over Maryland and an 80-74 loss to Villanova have been deleted from the records, thus changing the 1987-88 season record from 27-6 to 25-5.
# The presidents of the Southeastern Conference institutions voted to strip Kentucky of the 1987-88 SEC regular-season and SEC Tournament championships. Kentucky was not forced to forfeit any of those regular-season or tournament games.
1988-89 - Won 13, Lost 19
COACH: Eddie Sutton CAPTAIN: Mike Scott
Nov. 19   Duke (Nl)    55 80
Nov. 25   lona (N2J     56 54
Nov. 26   Seton Hall (N2)     60 63
Nov. 28   California (N2)    89 71
Dec. 3    Notre Dame (N3)    65 81
Dec. 7 Northwestern St. (H) 82 85 Dec. 10   Western Carolina       (H)      78 60
UK INVITATIONAL TOURNAMENT Dec. 16   Bowling Green St.      (H)     54 56 Dec. 17   Marshall (H)      91 78
Dec. 20   Indiana (H)      52 75
Dec. 27   Austin Peay (N4)    85 77
Dec. 31   Louisville (A)      75 97
Jan. 4     Georgia (H)      76 65
Jan. 7     Vanderbilt (H)      70 61
Jan. 12    Florida (A)     69 56
Jan. 14    LSU (H)      62 64
(an. 18    Alabama (A)      64 76
Jan. 21    Tennessee (A)     66 65
Jan. 25    Auburn (H)     86 76
lan. 28    Ole Miss (A)      65 70
Feb. 1      Mississippi St. (H)      73 61
Feb. 5     Georgia (A)      72 84
Feb. 8     Vanderbilt (A)      51 81
Feb. 11    Florida (H)      53 59
Feb. 15    LSU (A)      80 99
Feb. 18   Alabama (H)     67 71
Feb. 20    Auburn (A)      75 77
Feb. 22   Tennessee (H)      76 71
Feb. 26    Syracuse (A)      73 89
Mar. 1     Ole Miss (H)      70 69
Mar. 4     Mississippi St. (A)      67 68
SEC TOURNAMENT (Knoxville, Tenn.) Mar. 10   Vanderbilt (N5)    63 77
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(N1) Springfield, Mass.; (N2) Anchorage, Alaska; (N3) Indianapolis; (N4) Louisville; (N5) Knoxville, Tenn.
- Leading Scorers -
LeRon Ellis (6-10 So.)....................16.0
Chris Mills (6-7 Fr.).....................14.3
Derrick Miller (6-5 Jr.)...................13.9
Reggie Hanson (6-7 So.)...................9.8
Sean Sutton (6-1 So.).....................5.9
RICK PITINO ERA
1989-90 Won 14, Lost 14
COACH: Rick Pitino			
CAPTAIN: Derrick Miller			
Nov. 28 Ohio	(H)	76	73
Dec. 2 Indiana	(N1)	69	71
Dec. 4    Mississippi St.	(H)	102	97
Dec. 6    Tennessee Tech	(H)	111	75
Dec. 9 Kansas	(A)	95	150
Dec. 19 Furman	(H)	104	73
Date Team Site Ky. Opp.
UK INVITATIONAL TOURNAMENT
Dec. 22 Portland (H) 88 71
Dec. 23 Southwestern La. (H) 113M16
Dec. 27 North Carolina (N2) 110 121
Dec. 30 Louisville (H) 79 86
lan. 3 Georgia (A) 91 106
|an. 6 Vanderbilt (A) 85 92
|an. 10 Florida (H) 89 81
|an. 13 LSU (A) 81 94
Jan. 17 Alabama (H) 82 65
lan. 20 Tennessee (H) 95 83
lan. 24 Auburn (A) 70 74
lan. 27 Ole Miss (H) 98 79
|an. 31 Mississippi St. (A) 86 87
Feb. 3 Georgia (H) 88 77
Feb. 7 Vanderbilt (H) 100 73
Feb. 12 Florida (A) 78 74
Feb. 15 LSU (H) 100 95
Feb. 17 Alabama (A) 58 83
Feb. 21 Tennessee (A) 100 102
Feb. 24 Auburn (H) 98 95
Feb. 28 Ole Miss (A) 74 88
Mar. 5 Notre Dame (A) 67 80
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(Nl) Indianapolis, Ind.; (N2) Louisville - Leading Scorers -
Derrick Miller (6-5 Sr.)...................19.2
Reggie Hanson (6-7 |r.)...................16.4
Deron Feldhaus (6-7 So.).................14.4
John Pelphrey (6-7 So.)...................13.0
Sean Woods (6-2 So.).....................9.1
* Denotes 1 overtime period ' Denotes 2 overtime periods.  * * Denotes 3 overtime periods.