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CONTENTS We’re Proud to be
Coach Sharon Fanning .......................... 2 '
Basketball starr ................................ s S
Dr. David Roselle .............................. 4       I
Athletics Director Cliff Hagan ..................... 4
Meet the Players ............................ 5-22 {B,}
(Croley 6, Pennie 7, Tarantini 8, Shrum 9, Whitaker (QT ,/’-LJ
_ 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 ` é;
Assistant AD’s and UK Head Coaches ............ 25   a
UK Sports Information Staff ..................... 26
Cheerleaders and Student Staff .................. 27
Lady Kat Records .......................... 29-30 I `
Former Lady Kats ............................. 31    
Wildcat Team Picture & Schedule ................ 33
UK Campus ............................... 35-36 .
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CREDITS: in Central and Eastern Kentucky
Written, Produced and Edited by l
RENA VICINI, UK Assistant Sports Information Director
Special Thanks to
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memorable seasons at the Uni- _ " 7 ‘·~,V     ,»,V 5 V__·.Vt     _,>`?       j F  i
versity of Tennessee at Chatta— 9,1.,iig 1 ’ _   »     _   1 `    
nooga, Fanning’s squads com-   .»_~ " 1 _       ,‘_A»   ,y}L>.?1.1;;;     _ \
piled a 189-129 mark, including   -     .   :_,“; yirzi     i·,.5 _j‘>l:j_ 1 if 1
five straight Southern Conference   -a»d,_,v‘;   ,i°‘  Y-   A     V.V",         ’ ‘
Cr18111P19118h1P8 rmm 1982-1986-   »1.r.    5 a 1»,· <   .    ‘‘"'` T °““       .,1»1;8     `
In 1984, the Lady Mocs went 26-   ?¤ qi  Z V   y     ‘;‘# Qi  —,”l1 ‘  f 1 · 1
5 and were runners-up in the     ‘r8     __   ,,,4   ‘```   r
National Women’s Invitational :1~   81»‘- Y   —i‘= .   1 ‘ A °‘·8···     ‘ .
Tournamcntl Coach Fanning is flanked by University President Dr. David Floselle and Athletics Director
And While her teams were Cliff Hagan. BeIow,Fanning addresses the news media after being named new coach by Hagan.
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eggéigaimr°L§S€iS€91riin’ 1111111118 11111 111» UK A1111¢11<>1   .
g g Director Cliff Hagan says. "She   ~- ‘  ’  ”i‘`’`  1   ,,i,,  
1rr1¤111   99 111111 S11 We has all the quam WB were    9   18i 1 1 .  
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name SOU Cm en creme looking for to fill this position.     1   . _
Coach of the Year in 1984 and . .   ar 1. ®¤=_§
1985 and Wag nominated for KO_ She is not only an outstanding     xg   pr  ,.8_   
, . ` ‘ coach, but she is also a fine per- _ ___; . _,,1   1”‘ 7  ‘  , __    ; .1,. . ,    
dak s national Coach of the Year SGH Wm will be 3 gOOd role     ,p_g,.· ,5     U. ,    V;_p   ,,_A »....J;V_.
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- Cggggscknthe NONE Squadsis X;/gs model for our young athletes. We     p.,. 3          
U S Ol . . believe that her personality and   Q   1 ,1 . ;e
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_ drive will give this program the  y   _ii,   7 
summer she was named to the boost it needs ri ht HOW ,, P        
staff of the USA Select team The 33 year (Ed Fanning 3       ’  
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fumgitmg m cou Orca m native of Chatanooga, completed 1-1 ; _.... N  1 `  
‘ZgV\re are thrilled to have Coach her undergraduate d€gY€€ 811 UTC   if  ,,»·r s ‘   °  
A · in 1975 while competing in both   __ _,__   ` "
,,6 k  _ -~—t · 1-‘` ° - basketball and volleyball. She   _,_.,_  I _,,_.   v_ 1,,  
V . { 7 »   1 received her masters degree in   ,11`   ,`,. 1  4,  
K;     V.   _1   1976 from the University of Ten-
-. 6   .;  ` i g   i»‘ir   .   r1€SS€8» Wr1€1€ 8h€ 8€1V€d 88 8 FANNlNG’S RECORD AT utc
gx   V   ,   is  ,11‘   . 1, j 1 t ·,V‘     graduate assistant coach to Pat YEAR W L pCT_ ,
      __-y   ,;. 4  1   _ `_ _ { ‘   Head Summitt for one year be- 1976-77 20 13 .606
  1       ·1··1   t       fore returning home to build a l977‘78 lg 7 731
  —  ~,~ 9   _,:_       =».9   1976-79 16 11 .593
  1 _       1 ra  ttei . 1. t>r<>9r=1r11 at 119r 1111119 ¤1111r>r· 1979-80 15 13 ,536
°"i·`Y}‘         Y y  y    ” ’r‘   Q A noted speaker who is very 1980-81 19 9 ,679
    y rti itgc     ,`_111, _, 9 active in civic affairs, Fanning Lgggigg, lg   gg?
1        _;  also served as Coordinator of 1gB3-84~# 25 5 1839
1 ‘,_,   1  6,      l    Women`s Athletics at UTC since 1984·85‘ 18 13 .552
  ,_.‘ jira; E   _       ‘ · ·.     - 1985-86* 19 10 .655
      i ~       r978‘ She IS 8 Current member er 1986-87 7 20 259
.  A  I   5=_    .. ls   ‘,i‘   the National Women’s Basketball Totals §§` Q CE
This SU|'TlTT`l€f, Coach Fafltlllig gavé lt‘l$tl‘l_1C— Créaches Aeseererren BOaIrd Of 'Suuthern Conference Champions
llbns at a basketball clinic in JBCKSOIW, ky, Directors. ’*NW‘T f“*““9'7U1°$
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  t Andy Barnes Adena High School, tion in 1979 after serv-
  _ _ Andv hegins his tirst where she earned All- ing for four years as a
  `     vear at Kentuekv after America honors and was student trainer. She was
   r f i   rr      i. serving as an assistant to named the Outstanding graduate assistant at Pur-
         . Coaeh Susan Yovv at Athlete in Ohio. She due University, where
  it       Drake University last went on to similar glory she earned her Masters
j ‘— ti t .  ·t   season At UK, he vvill at the University of Ten- Degree in Physical Fit-
    t· ’  Z i  roeus nriniarilv on re_ nessee, where she earned ness and Exercise Physi-
  ln- ttwritisri-tilltltaul (nm eruiting A native or Kodak Al1—Amer1ca hon- ology in 1981. i r
“ ’ “ " Johnson City, Tenn, and ors before graduating in A native of Smithville,
l irtr if        a 1980 graduate or East 1983. Ohio, Sue serves on the
1 _       Tennessee State, Andy In the meantime, she Board of Directors for
  -t.»{     taught and eoaehed at the was also establishing the ·Nationa1 Athletics
  _ ~ it=~   high sehool level for six herself as a great inter- Trainers Association.
    aorta     years heiore ioinina the national competitor. She ii--—-——
J   __   .1., I     staff at Drake. From was S<*>1~t=¤t<=<1¤> the 1979 L R d
r     -1 »   isso to 1984, he was wand University squad, _ F° °° Y
“ “ rf   assistant boys’ basketball the 1980 Olympic t€am> L€€101¥1€d the Lady
lng1»·;iralldfa  eoaeh and head golf the 1983 Pan American Kat staff rn D€C€mb.€f,
at   s as a t “ coach at Daiigi sms mm and the 1984 1983- She was vr€V1<>11S·
  itats , -1     ram. He then taught its i>1ay<><1 ¤r¤feSS1¤¤¤1 be- 1<>111<=W C°““tY W¢11e1¢
-   · one year at Sun Valley ketball for one Year in Depmment and CO1um`
sr V         School in MOnrO€’   and fof [WQ )/Cars bus East   School in
t   fi‘1 Q.?   ` N.C., before returning in Japan COlumbuS’ 11i<11¤11e~ A
—     r i   e    is his native state to €1¤<1y» whe W¤S1¤- 11¤¤V€ Of Wh“°Sb“Yg»
    _! r   teach and assist in boys, ducted inte the National Ky., Lee is married to ,
    iltr  " ‘ baskctbali at Unreal High schggi Hall of Bob Reedy and has two
1,,, ,,,,,, ?;2,§.‘";§;$, ,,.,,.,, county nigh semi in 1?¤m¤1¤Strear» 15 mar- ¤h1‘d1€¤-
  _ Ervvin He is niarried to ried to Mark Hauser- ——————.——-—-
tf-{   5 · .... Marsha Barnes. mgm Lee Youster
    s‘ ‘ c   ._, _  _ —————-——— Lee has been assistant
  =»,_     _ "‘T__'_ strength coach at Ken-
  , tt .  f    ,,,,.t  Cmdy N<>b1e H=·11S<=r¤1=1¤ tricky rst time years. A
    - Cindy’s experience as 1980 graduate of
  ¥  a great player at all lev— Sue Stanley Yankton College, he re-
,   <·rti`     els of competition made Sue joined the UK mained at his alma mater
 it 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
J if two-time Olympian, Cin- year as Co—Ordinator of then served as a graduate
    if  , __ dy joined the University Sports Medicine for the assistant strength coach
  g ,__,   of Kentucky for her first Department of Intramu— for two years at South
K N ge   coaching job in August, ral/Recreational Services Carolina and as an assis-
  rl     1985. at East Carolina Univer- tant strength coach at
    A native of Clarks- sity. Sue graduated from Oklahoma for one year
    "*·gr,,a burg, Ohio, Cindy began Ohio State University, before coming to Ken-
    ”a'` V all uma i   an outstanding playing where she earned a de- tucky. Lee is 29 years
cimgii {wir- -ym»x~mi mma mm career at Frankfort- gree in Physical Educa— old and single.
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Director of AIIIICHCS A two-time All-American basketball center DAVID P' ROSELLE  
at UK (1952, 54), Hagan helped the Wildcats  
I_ _. r.   . win 86 of 91 games during his career. Includ- I g
,   T I 1 _; ed in his career is a 1951 national champion- I  
    =__ (I     ship under legendary coach Adolph Rupp   . _ _ I  
i —   ‘ _ As a senior, Hagan helped lead UK to a i._;_ `  
·` r-·=¤   _; perfect 25-0 record and the Southeastern _   I, i
    .`t.   _» Conference title. That season, Hagan aver- [e`   i
  aged 29 points per game and led the nation in r     i,
    ° rebounding (13.5 rpg), U ‘·     
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    · I serving two years at Andrews Air Force Base r       `
‘ as a commissioned officer, Hagan began a  
highly successful National Basketball Associ- . i. `
~, ation career with the St. Louis Hawks. In 10 ki  .·.   —
rt seasons, he posted 12,433 career points in I I r' ,;__g
T 672 games (18.5 ppg) and played in five NBA ‘ *   `
  AIIIiSnn gainesd S L _ hI h Dr. David P. Roselle was named the
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director, the University of Kentucky Athletics helped lead the Hawks to the World Champu tucky in March I987. · · ‘
Assssisrisrr is undergoing an om sf nnprcco onship by defeating the Boston Celtics. He Dl' Roselle Comes to UK lmm Vllglm Q
dented growth. also Sgt a NBA Single game record for most ia Tech in Blacksburg. Va., where he I
Roconnyfomplotod projccts Includc {no $6 field goals in a quarter (12). Hagan was voted Sowoo as Provost icur Years- Tno PoSI` `
    Nutter Football Tfalnlflg FHC1ll· All_PrO from   tion Of provost at   Tech is thc I
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stiiveiy tract. In addition the $5.5 million on “‘”°”‘9 l" . ‘ S“"I9“*S; . .
H ·’ - _ H9 ¤I$0 had 8 Snm as Playcircoacn cf Inc A native of Pennsylvania, Dr. Roselle ‘
arry C. Lancaster Aquatics Center is near Dau Ch ar I durin his mfess-On I I I
· I t· b - · th I t i d-_ as app as g P I 3 has a Ph.D. in mathematics from Duke
mg compa l0ll’ llllglllg c .0 9 Expcll l basketball days. In fact, Hagan was chosen as Univer it Hg h S be H a m them {-C
gullgs llglglpllal cxpallsloll pmjecls lo wally the Texas Professional Coach of the Year in pmfcssiryémd rcsiarchir at mac Un;/érs
rrrr l n' 1968. His record at Dallas was 109-90. In T
This past July, the UK Athletics Associa- 1975 H d th K k sity of Maryland and Louisi-
I rrsrr Bssrsr sr Drrssrsrs sprrsrrs rr rsssrrr Aditi-Qiic iii? Oilisiiiii-illiiiéél yiiii iS$K°iiZ ana state University. Hc became a no-
$99 '“'II‘°'1 I’“‘Ig°‘ I°' rrr I987i88 riser became the nist uic player inducted into the fcsscr ci mathematics at Virginia Tech in
Y°“’· I" ” f““?° this ‘“a“¥_ “‘I‘I‘;;;`j';‘“’i""" Naisinith Memorial Basketball nan of Fame. 1974 and held that faculty appointment
Incnts mob ssrrrsu n fof; 9n99Sr_ , }$on` Hagan is married to the former Martha during his entire tenure there.
Egucgoioame glgnytlig   Iggncgsi Milton of Owensboro. They have four chil- Hg also Sgfvgd as dean gf Virginia
r ‘ dren — Mrs. Lisa Thaxton, Mrs. Laurie Hill, Tcchrs raduate School and dean Of 1-C-
t ds. . · g _
ulfiagan a native of Owensboro replaced hgmfpjrmy Bilrdcitelijnq Kip; a recent gmduu Soznon and gmdnnto $InoI€$·
r r a e o rans vania niversi . » -
the late Harry C. Lancaster as athletics direc- y y Dr. Ro$€II€ IS khcwh as nn Inn0VnIoT·
tor on July l, 1975. Since then, UK athletics At Virginia Tech he implemented a uni-
has enjoyed a tremendous amount of success. versity-wide core curriculum, helped se-
both on the playing lield and in the class- cure increased support for sponsored re-
m°m· search and was rccocnized nationall for
Hagan has seen UK basketball teams win BOARD on DIRECTORS his initiatives in coniputing and info>tma—
an NCAA championship, an NIT champion- UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY mm gysmmg
ship and make another appearance in the Fi- ATHLETICS ASSOCIATION I ` ` ' . . .
I . . I _ n 1978, he was recognized by Virgin-
nal Four. The football Wildcats have ap- Ex_0FplCIO MEMuERS_AT_ , T hf h,_ h, _ ll
_ penrod in three bowl games. Last season, six ]\]El\r]BERS LARGE Ia CC sr IS rssr Ing 6**9 Once; ·
iii< ·-in irritated it rhsir erratic ~cAA ii. iiiiii iiiiiii ii. iii.   Dr- Rrrsrrlr hrs rrrrstrr rsrrsri st Irssr
championship events. DL An Gulluhcr Mn S_T_ Roach €rSh1p POSITIONS lh national mathematics
Academically. Hagan helped establish the Dr. Jack Blanton 0Yg€inIZ3n0ii$ and scrvcri FIS €X€€¤iIV€
Center for Academic and Tutorial Services Dr. Rayniontl Hornhnck STUDEN MEMBERS secretary of the Mathematical Associa-
(CATS). The University of Kentucky was the DP Iiiiiics M· Kudci Miss Susan Brothers tion of America for nine years.
first university in the nation to open an aca- rodcanpgfingn o· L““'5"“ Mr. Karl Crasc HC has rnadc numerous invited ud_
demic center for student-athletes. The efforts Ir I rrrr d .. · hu 1 · . · _
have paid ori; iii Uk lcd nie siiiitiiiiiiiieiii . ritciiiirriisiriiiiiiis .'°““” T9 ‘* 99 9 999 .9 rrlrrr 999.
. _ . . _ ALUMNI MEMBERS I . lishcd as a mathematics scholar. He has
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One of the most talented players in Lady Y   i   , it Y _ Q A tltza ,  
Kat history, Bebe is expected to be one of the  ; Y ._ `AA_ M     fl _; t j 
top players in the Southeastern Conference   -   U if.   ’
this season and should be a strong contender    /, ij j yogi 
for Ati-America honors. She ted the Lady     __y;     ..  
Kats in scoring last season with an averaoe of _       ' ·    
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ll-7 Points at anim which mkdd lm f<>¤“l‘· Y     Y 2    
in that category among SEC players. She was .   L .    
also fourth in tho SEC in hos throw percent- -     J Y    i
age (78.6), sixth in steals per game (2.6) and t `__»     W[_»L.s fl   gi Y.   1
nlnili in tobonndlns (7-l>» [   A.`A   »`:·'` Y    ~
Bebe is 14th on the all-time Lady Kats . »—t_ [   laéh`` ii  i Y [_ ·
scoring list with 937 career points, and if she . ( ‘ ‘   ."_·   =  }Q‘{fiil; s..          
keeps up her current pace, she should easily V v       » _I,·‘ Qi 1Y  j _‘_,,`           ‘
finish its ono of Ul<’s top five all-tinio P .     * ’ e e*¢' *        
A Hrst-team Parade All-America as a sen- _ yy . J V    `   ‘.‘_              
lor at 1-lenry Clay High School in Lexington, Y   it»i Yyjz,/f—¥Y.      `—'h   ’`l·   g ~...; __:   ‘ '`‘’   V
Bebe sut`t`ered a stress fracture as a freshman         N         Y.   I  
and played in only half of the games in her   i`·· i   _       ·hi‘·-’   i A V 2 L
lirst year. But as a sophomore, she started in   l`'_,_V_»   =t’·   _,`·     li` A. L   ~   _A__.r   __,            Y
22 of 27 games and was the l`o¤rlli—l€ddi¤g       .‘.i   .     ·—:i‘   is   i`°` C   L
scorer on tho tcsni-   2ah~t>   if . t  ,      ·.··;      
Last year she began her junior season by  V * 'Y _V ,   is    ·,;Yl;» '.i» 1       __   `   _
being named the first unanimous MVP in the  i`  X ir,     ‘.i`   'it·   ,.tt.   ILLC ` ’   [  
l0—ycnr history ol` thc Lady Kats lnvitstiontil     - »‘.i   ~ti-  *51 :_``  .         .·..i ;.  
tositiitttiont- Sho oxosllod in every nhnsc .     1   l.—;        
` [egg and Scoping in dgilblg llguygg ln all but C()Sby Top 'I`V Show: Opfklh Winfrey S11OW program and IS an   r0le
. lhnsloé lltitnie it two-esiilzlioitstydlt sgint lhs *I;%’l°lF*° *;°°d* Ribs Ht°EPl°S and P**?l“l€S° model for young student-athletes,
tit _—o `-1 `rom tie Yie am mis e wit a 1S€mflg 0 IHUSIC, W2lC mg soaps an p ay- ..._
career-high 32 points against Alabama, and lng l€lllll$ F9V0Flt€ N0¤·b3$k€tball SPOFU whlle also plqylng a very Impor-
lhgn gcgycd 30 pgjmg On l4-for-17 {{0]*]] [hg; tCI1l11S 1VIOS1l AdlTl1l`C(] AI1]1€t€Z BppI`€Ct£i[€$ tant leadershlp role for her tear"' `
held 111 tl1C next g€lmC against FlOrid21. ghlctes, jblli Ollllll 8(1ll1lI”€iS ghle LOl`d l;3VOI‘l[€ mates_ We are fgrtunatg [0 ,
Bebe has twice re resented the University Ymlmslllmi €m0Tl¤ 0 l$€U¤l nvnrite · Y
and the USA in intei)national competition. 1n City? DllbV0Vllll<» Yllg0$l¤Vld Comment 0ll have the. Opportunlty    
toss. she played hn the us. in the Jones Wonion’s Basketball: "Thc