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U|< Administration t.tt.....t.ttt.,,.,,.4.t.... 2   v_ I 1  L / i '   ’’‘ _ YT;    
Coach Terry Hall .,.,4.4....4.,4.4.....t,t.,... 3   iili “*»     — Iil.  
Basketball Staff ..............,,r..t4..44.... 4-5 I (Q   ¢·l ‘ V  
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upgrading of facilities, Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of   Lijngdzfmbm
in the coming year. the University will Fame in Springfield, Mass. William ¤ smut ¤r. Ralph Anirelucci
host the 1984 NCAA Volleyball Cham- An Owensboro, Ky. native, Hagan is Q\]*;b§?;'·'jf¤° “"’"‘“ pt BG"
pionships and the Mideast Pegional 0f married to the fomner Martha Milton, s r, izaéar an Cr ‘
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When Terry Hall arrived at
Kentucky in 1980, the Lady Kats
were coming off their most
successful season ever and
beginning to gain national respect.
They had been ranked in the Top
20 throughout the 1979-80 season
and had finished the year with a
24-5 record and a berth in the
' AIAW National playoffs.
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° , _   in the nation but fell to Indiana in A native of Salem, Ind., Hall
p gl ____,4         _   the first round of the NCAA earned both her undergraduate and
     —   tournament. graduate degrees in Health and D.E.
‘·    5   _, >   ;     Hall's record at Kentucky is 72-19, While attending Indiana State, she
;_ I _ ,_ _ ` ,  °7 g    I ¤ _     and considering Kentuckys tough starred in basketball, field hockey
  i Q ` A  scheduling habits (10 games with and volleyball. She was honored
  *3;   _,<~i s ‘  x ranked opponents last season AND with the "I" Woman Award in 1965.
.,       1   ggg _  _ »   this season), a .791 winning and received the prestigious
° ·          if’    g  . percentage is outstanding. Her Hillman Award in 1966 as the mOSt
M - . ’    M      c  -»» ” _ S career record is 16579. That mark outstanding female athlete at ISL1.
» '          - A   includes one season at Eastern ·
3       ‘      ra’` I “  I Kentucky, five at L0uiSViU€ Find gfrggc; wg|uf)s1tylf§gfup(l;1(S?l zftyle I
. . three at *1 in Irvine. Kr. berm Cvmimz t<> UK Camps in 1981 ana 1989 at the sr. Matthews YMCA in
A native of Winchester. Ky., Mike graduated from Clark Letrt$Vrhe_
Cdt'ntY rtteneenddt in 1975 He tnen attended Mdrenead A former collegiate softball player at U of L. Robin has um·
State UnrVer$rtY fer One Year befgre transterrrntr? td Ea$tern· pired softball and officiated basketball and volleyball. She is
He received a degree in Industrial Education, and then Q5 yeerS Ord eher Single,
taught at Clark County for one year before accepting a job
at Estill County.
In his first season at Estill, Mike helped direct the varsity  
squad to its first—ever winning season in 1982. The following  _ 
year. the Lady Engineers won their first district champion-   it   
ship. Mike's junior varsity squad, meanwhile. was doing even  grr      
better, finishing with a 15-4 record in 1982 and a 19-4 record ~   " 
rn 1986. · ti   ~‘’t ‘
Mike is very active in the Big Brothers-Big Sisters program.   (
and currently sits on the organization's Advisory Board in ,,, ' * ffl jgan Fry
Winchester. He is also an active member of the Fellowship ¤ t~” ,
of Christian Athletes. and was the FCA's 10th Region   ” if Staff Asslstam
representative last year while coaching at Estill County. t I W Southwest Texas State t977
Joining the coaching staff at UK fulfills a lifetime dream bah rmhed the Lady Kats pmgram th September 198]. her r
ter M}t2e· e eeveet Old eeehetet whe has etWeY5 been a nett? primary responsibility is handling all correspondence for the l
Blue ttm coaching staff and acting as a receptionist for the +
department. A native of Burnet, Tx., she graduated from
Southwest Texas State University and worked for the Texas  
Department of Human Resources for three years. She is l
marreid to Jason Fry. a senior at Asbury Theological
Seminary. They are expecting their first child in December. J
4

 SUE STANLEY HEATHER LONGTON
Trainer Manager
Ohio State 1979
Heather is in her third year as manager for the Lady Kats. A
Sue jcined ine UK neinine Sieii in ieee after Seniine iei junior political science major. she is a member of the Delta
one year as Co-Ordinator of Sports Medicine for the Depart- Gamma Sammy Heather emOYS swbell- QOH and r€¤iéa·rr1ar1@c·rar/ @rWf11@£¢j
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1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 1 2 3
9 10 11 12 13 14 15 8 9 10 11 12 4 5
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 1 2 3
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1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 1 2 3
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1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 1 2 3
9 10 11 12 13 14 15 8 9 10 11 12 4 5
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 1 2 3
9 10 11 12 13 14 15 8 9 10 11 12 4 5
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 1 2 3
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1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 1 2 3
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9 10 11 12 13 14 15 8 9 10 11 12 4 5
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 1 2 3
9 10 11 12 13 14 15 8 9 10 11 12 4 5
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 1 2 3
9 10 11 12 13 14 15 8 9 10 11 12 4 5
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 1 2 3
9 10 11 12 13 14 15 8 9 10 11 12 4 5
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 1 2 3
9 10 11 12 13 14 15 8 9 10 11 12 4 5
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 1 2 3
9 10 11 12 13 14 15 8 9 10 11 12 4 5
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 1 2 3
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Seated. left to right: Sandy Harding, Julie Duerring, Lisa Collins, Lynnette Lewis, Diane Stephens and Donna Martin.
Standing, left to right; Head Coach Terry Hall, Graduate Assistant l2obin Board, Leslie Nichols, Debbie Miller, Karen
Mosley, Melanie Warren, Jody 12unge, Melissa Napier, Assistant Coach Mi12e Kindred, Volunteer Assistant Patty Jo
Hedges and Trainer Sue Stanley.
NJUIMIEIRIICAIL lROS'll`lElR
NO. NAME POSITION CLASS HEIGHT HOMETOWN/HS
4 Diane Stephens G J12 5-9 Louisville, Ky.
Southern High
5 Sandy Harding G F12 5-Q Auburn, N .Y.
Auburn High
IO Lisa Collins G/F S12 5-10 Corbin, Ky.
Laurel County High
ll Leslie Nichols F SO 6-0 Lexington, Ky.
Henry Clay High
Q5 Julie Duerring G F12 5-7 Florence, Ky.
· Boone County High
Q4 Donna Martin G S12 5-7 Lexington. Ky.
Tates Creela High
25 Jody 12unge C S12 6-Q \X7au12on, Iowa 5*
Waulzon High
50 Melanie Warren C F12 6-6 Owensboro. Ky.
Owensboro Catholic »
55 Debbie Miller C F12 6-1 Liberty, Ky.
Casey County High
40 Lynnette Lewis F S12 5-9 Loyall, Ky.
Cawood High
42 Melissa Napier F F12 6-1 Barbourville, Ky.
Knox Central High
44 Karen Mosley C SO 6-5 Toledo, Oh.
- Bowsher High
‘ Head Coach: Terry Hall
Assistant: Milze Kindred Graduate Assistant: 12obin Board Trainer: Sue Stanley
Student Trainer: Mary Beth Broolzs Managers: Heather Longton, Lisa Neal
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Teresa Hayman, Vikki Craig: BACI< ROW: (l to r) Marie Herrick—student trainer, Gretchen Schiabach-athletic trainer, Tony
Cruthirds—student manager, Peggi Gil|om—assistant coach, Lesha Franklin, Marilyn Brooks, Jennifer Gillom, Eugenia Con-
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N0. Name Pos. Ht. Yr. Hometown! High School/J.C.
10 Lucy Noble G 5-4 Jr. Brookhaven, MS (Brookhaven Academy)
11 Teresa Hayman G 5-8 Fr. Jackson, MS (Mississippi Baptist)
12 Lindy Noble G 5-4 Jr. Brookhaven, MS (Brookhaven Academy)
15 Lisa Smith G 5-8 Fr. Hempstead, NY (High)
20 Angel Kendricks G 5-8 Jr. Clarksdale, MS (High)
21 Sherry Winterstein F 6-0 Sr. D'|bervi|le, MS (High)
22 Jennifer Gillom F 6-3 So. Abbeville, MS (Lafayette County)
at 24 Myra Williams G 5-9 Fr. Marvell, AB (High)
25 Marilyn Brooks F 6-2 Jr. Shelby, MS (Broad Street)
, 32 Alisa Scott F 5-9 Fr. Vicksburg, MS (Warren Central)
* 33 Maxine Tucker G 5-9 Sr. Holly Springs, MS (Northwest JC)
35 Vikki Craig F 5-10 So. Memphis, TN (Mitchell)
43 Eugenia Conner C 6-2 Jr. Gulfport, MS (Harrison Central)
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Records: Kentucky 9-9
Mississippi 17-2 _ A _ L_  l g   -
Series: Mississippi leads 1-0   T  ‘s`s;   ( ~   `·
There is no rest for the weary Lady Kats. ln TNG   A1    `
last 10 days, Terry Ha|l's thin troups have struggled ‘   c. i     t  
through five games, losing three to ranked teams. ‘·»         
Now, with starting guard/ forward Lisa Collins          »(‘`“ ` .
doubtful for tonight’s contest, the Lady Kats face       { L)  
what may be the best team they'll see all season     ssiis   *4   s
_   5   VANHCPLASCELLOR EUGENIA CONNER 1
The Lady Bebs, boasting perhaps the biggest °8 °°° "
front line in the country, bring a 17-2 record and Southeastern Conference tournament.
a seven-game winning streak into the contest. Kentucky’s Leslie Nichols is coming off a career-
Their two losses were to 12th—ranked Cheyney high 34-point performance against New Orleans
State (76-81) and 10th-ranked Auburn (49-58) last in the Lady Kats’ 85-68 win Monday night. Nichols
month. But since, Ole Miss has been on a roll, and also had nine rebounds. Karen Mosley, who hit
last week avenged the loss to Auburn 46-45 in seven of nine shots against Old Dominion last
Oxford. weekend, continued to play well against New
Mississippi starts three forwards in its impos- Orleans, firing in eight of 11 shots and hitting all
ing lineup. Center Eugenia Conner, who may be five free throws for 21 points. She also grabbed
the best in the Southeastern Conference, is a 6-2 11 rebounds as she started for the first time in
junior who averages 15.5 points and 8.8 rebounds several games.
per game. Jennifer Gillom, a 6-3 forward, leads The road doesn’t get any easier for Kentucky,
the team in scoring (18.6) and rebounding (9.7). as the Lady Kats depart for Florida tomorrow for
Marilyn Brooks, 6-2, adds 12 points and 8.4 re- a game against the Lady Gators Friday night. On
bounds while the third forward, 5-9 Alisa Scott, the way back from Gainesville, Kentucky stops
contributes 11.3 points and 5.3 rebounds. over in Athens, Ga., Sunday, to take on the
The only time the two teams have previously fourth-ranked Georgia Lady Bulldogs. Both Florida
met was on Feb. 6, 1980, when Mississippi rolled and Georgia beat Kentucky at home earlier in the
to a 79-62 win in the semifinal round of the season.
 
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 - LEWIS FIGHTING INJURY-RIDDEN CAREER ·<~ +"°»·
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_ · _ I By DONNIE WARD. K [ _ _ 0.%
From the very start of her career as a Lady Kat, Lynnette »
Lewis has been plagued with a knee injury she suffered dur- V _ . " V _
ring the summer after her freshman year at UK. Though the I r` “ r· V - — if
injury has slowed her progress somewhat, she remains a V _ _ .   Ti , it ; =  
strorig—wi|Ied competitor and contributes to the team in <   .; ? I   T? ‘ ‘   `
many ways. l—ler enduring spirit as a Christian has put her ·- l V · ' ’   .  . J
among the favorites of Lady Kats in recent years. t _ o ` V_ . ° ri A `·· o   W V /a-».V.
After her graduation from Cawood High School in 1980, ‘   { I _V  .·VVV     _  
L€V\/IS DGSSGG up several scholarship offers {O wml; {O UK my    §    
Y as a walkon. But after her knee injury the following sum-      
" mer, she reinjured the knee in the fall of her sophomore year,   V ~~,.     I    
requiring surgery and forcing her to miss the entire season.   ri·~     ` A   f   
"It gave me a lot of trouble," said the 5-9 senior. "l had  if    _,_,    
a hard time rehabilitating it. Now l wear a brace to keep       ;.Vi    fg   
frerri reiniwine it-"     » j   i f   .   I  
Last year, Lewis came back as a junior, but was still show- nj ·—’»                   A ` I
ing signs of the injury, playing in only 12 games. But this     I *   if   ia;      I?  , 
yearwas going to be different. At least until she contracted   gy I     iili I   {   i ii"f I   `
mononucleosisin mid-December, which has caused her to V I   7 "   i*’.`l VQ   L if  
miss seven of the team’s 18 games.   i A ,.i.V, “   {   I     It   ·ilj  
"The mononucleosis set me back even further," Lewis F   A A Vt   V   _   {   Y     l _
said. "l was out forfive weeks and it was a really hard time .   f   V.»`/ ,{ I j   T  M   I- _A=`    
for meto go through. lwas sitting there on the bench feel- » ~    QI/·.’}     Y .ti’   .·    
ing really helpless. I cou|dn't do anything to help my team-       jj    bt   Y   * ~
mates, and yet I didn’t want to bring my