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l General Information ................................. 1 The University of Kentucky Lady Kats Basketball Media Guide  
5; Radio/Television lineup .......................,,,,,,,, 2 is intended to answer any questions you may have about the A  
,3 Roster _____________________________________________ 3 upcoming season, and to assist you in your coverage of the  
1 Media taromiamm/noaa Headquarters i.4l............... 4 ieain thmughcui die Season if von need additional informa- l
l poolllly; Memorial Collsoom __'_______,________'_______ S tion, pictures or have any questions not answered herein, B l
  1992,93 Review _____________________________________ 6 please contact the UK Sports Communications Office at (606) 1
l993_94 Outlook ____________________________________ 7 257-5858 or contact us by writing to the UK Sports Communi- L
, · cations Office, Room 25, Memorial Coliseum, Lexin ton, Ky. l
Head Coach Sharon Fanning ...........,............... 8 40506 0019 g ·  
1 C ·h‘ St ff/S t St ff ........................... ` ‘ ,
L ‘ Cggtefnrir Zcadzgllggrandamtorial Services (CATS) lg The best time to reach Coach Sharon Fanning is between 10 E g
an ''`''''' a.m. and 1 p.m., Monday through Friday. I look forward to l
i workin with lou a ain as we a ach another se s n of L di l `
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;, stelfsikierifftff ..,...............,........,..,...,. 12 Kee basketball-  
L Kayla Egmpbell r............,.. ',_,_ ..... .? ...i......   Sincerely, O  
‘ E rtl er ar .............,... . ...,.   ........... ,
l jennifer Gray ............r.....   .C.   .........,. 15 Gail Dent  
ll Stephanie Higginbotham ........ . ES . ._,,. . .....,. 16 Assistant Director of Sports Communications l
Christina jansen is — 17 l
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 I Kam Koach ___'______··'·_'._· L o   ' 5-_ ···A). lo BY THE UK SPORTS COMMUNICATIONS OFFICE. IF YOU  
l Smcev Reed E: O cn if 20 WISH TO INTERVIEW A MEMBER ON THE BASKETBALL  
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_] Where Are They Now? ...................   ....... 26-27       T  
  0PP0'“"'t~‘ Assistant Athletics Director/Communications - Rena \’icini l
E Lady Kats Invitational Tournament ..............,..... 51 Assoololo glp - joey llowol-ll E l
[ Central Florida Tournament ...........r............ 52-55 Assistant SID (Lady Kat contact) — Gail Dent  
i Auburn, Arkansas, Cincinnati, Detroit ................, 54 Assistant SID - julie Watson  
  Eastern Kentucky, Florida, Georgia, Indiana .......,.,... 55 AdmiIii5Ii‘d¥lV€ ASSiSiH¤l - Joyce BHXIU N  
.   LSU, Louisville, Marshall, Memphis State ........,...... 56 oiaff Aéslsmm ‘ $3ndY FOYREU V I _ l
1 Ole Miss, Mississippi state, alamy stare, ohio sara ____1_ 57 Inigny lyaigii Réenaida J-i’- Biianir Dave i~oi>¤Saen*Sin·    
C'; South Carolina, Tennessee, Vanderbilt, Western Kentucky . . 58 m_   em Cl-mn . . . `
, SEC T I f 1 ,9 Also assisting in the public relations efforts for the Lady Kats in
  ournament n ormation ..........,..,......,.... _ 199594 wm be Robin Han é
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- 1 l UK Cheerleaders ..............r..............,...... 59       I
'   RECORDS l
V   1992-95 Cumulative Statistics/Superlatives ....,..,...,.. 41 GENERAL INFORMATAON
Ti Series Record vs. All Opponents ....,................. 42 L°C‘m°“’ Lexlllgtom FY  
{ Individual and Team Records/Attendance Records ...,.... 15 ;o¤nSed=   ,00  
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, 3 QEC ggsorégcupq mcmmncrb   President: Dr. Charles T. Wethington, jr. l
“ ll ` , ` '_ `'`''`‘```'`'``'`'`'````''`'`'''`` ,' Conference: Southeastern l
I Ladi Kat Invitational Tournament Records 48
  li Y _ _ ````'‘`````` j` _ Nickname: Lady Kats
\  Season—by-Season Records ......................... a9—>1 Colors; Blue and white
il Arena: Memorial Coliseum (8,700)
  President Wethington ................................ 55
· J Director of Athletics — C.M. Newton ..............,.... S4
t li rms Is ua ..................1........1.....1...... as LADY KATS BASKETBALL STAFF
i   This Is Lexington , .................................. $6 Head Coach; Sharon Fanning (Iennessee—Chattanooga. 1975)
il . Assistant Coaches; jerry McLaughlin (Fla ler Colle e. 1977),
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l 1   Graduate Assistant: jennifer Kroll (Northwestern, 1991) 2
` -,_ Staff Assistant: Lee Reedy
` · lli CREDITS Managers: Nancy Eckland. Steven Dunahoo ‘
. li . . Graduate Trainer; jennie Wheeler
ll Editor; Gail Dent
il Editorial Assistance: joev Howard. Rena Yicini, Robin llall , ,
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S 4 Stacey Reed G 5-7 jr. ZL East Bernstadt/Laurel County 1
I 11 Karri Koach C 6-4 jr. ZL Brantford, Ontario (Canada)/North Park §  
  IZ Lyssa Simpson G 5-10 Fr. — jersey City, N.j./St. Anthony {
  14 Anne Sarkalahti A C 6-2 Fr. - Helsinki, Finland/Farragut (Tenn.) K l
.% 22 Keeoma Wardford F 5-ll Fr. — Beaverton, Ore./Sunset I
fj 25 Chrissy Roberts G 5-6 Fr. —— Eminence/Eminence
  31 Tedra Eberhart F/G 5-11 Sr. 3L Decatur, Ga./Southwest Dekalb E
  33 Kayla Campbell F/G 5-9 Sr. 3L Nassau, Bahamas/Taravella (Fla.)
‘, 40 Christina jansen G 5-5 So. IL Louisville/Mercy Academy HS T
{ 43 Christe jordan F 6-2 Sr. 3L Oklahoma City, Okla./Millwood
I 44 julie Swarens G 5-7 So. 1L Ramsey, Ind./North Harrison B
J 50 Stephanie Higginbotham F 5-Il Fr. — jamestown/Russell County
51 Stephanie Baker F 5-8 jr. — Hazard/M.C. Napier
  52 jennifer Gray C 6-3 Sr. 3L Carson City, Nev,/Carson City A
  HEAD COACH; Sharon Fanning
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t 51 Stephanie Baker F 5-8 jr. — Hazard/M.C. Napier
33 Kayla Campbell G/F 5-9 Sr. 3L Nassau, Bahamas/Tarayella (Fla.) [2 J
` 31 Tedra Eberhart G/F 5-ll Sr. 3L Decatur. Ga./Southwest DeKalb
* 52 jennifer Gray C 6-3 Sr. 3L Carson City, Nev./Carson City
50 Stephanie Higginbotham F 5-11 Fr. — janiestown/Russell County Q
. 40 Christina jansen G 5-5 So. IL Louisville/Mercy Academy
43 Christe jordan F 6-Z Sr. 3L Oklahoma City. Okla./Nlillwood §
‘ 11 Karri Koach C 6-4 jr. ZL Brantford, Ontario (Canada)/North Park
1 4 Stacey Reed G 5-7 jr. ZL East BernstadtlLaurel County
, 25 Chrissy Roberts G 5-6 Fr. — Eminence/Eminence T
i` 14 Anne Sarkalahti C 6-Z Fr. — Helsinki. Finland/Farragut (Tenn.)
I 12 Lyssa Simpson G 5-10 Fr, —— jersey City, N.j./St. Anthony E
· 44 julie Swarens G 5-7 So. IL Ramsey, Ind./North Harrison y
! 22 Keeoma Wardford F 5-ll Fr, — Beaverton, Ore./Sunset I2  
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' packed the (fohseum that Sari The Lady Kats sel a national attendance record February 5. 1983, against Old Dominion.
1 urday evening, and roared
hysterically as the sixth·ranked Lady never had a bad season at home, and 1950 at a cost of $5,995,000. The huge
, Kats came from 10 points down in the once boasted a 5l—game win streak in building was dedicated to serve as a
second half for an 80-66 upset win. Af- the Coliseum. memorial to the nearly 10,000 Kentuck-
l ter the victory the Lady Kats, who were ln 1984, University President H.L. ians who lost their lives in World War II I
1 led by their own All-American Valerie Donovan began plans for the Coliseum, and the Korean conflict. The Coliseum
1 Still, climbed to fourth in the national when he recommended a building that covers an entire city block and has as
  poll. In their three remaining home would "properly take care of our ath- much space as a seven-story office l
1 games, they averaged 7,600 fans. And letics, our health services, our physical building.
1 they easily led the nation in attendance education and our recreation." The Situated along Euclid Avenue, Memo-
, that year. building was also nicknamed "the rial Coliseum is used primarily for bas-
, just as their male counterparts did house that Rupp built," since "the Bar- ketball games and Athletic Department
1 before them, the Lady Kats have made on’s" standout teams had long since ofhces, but also serves as the site of
{ Memorial Coliseum the home of a l1igh— outgrown 2,800-seat Alumni Coliseum. other sporting events, lectures and con-
E class, winning program. They have Memorial Coliseum was completed in certs.
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- Going into the 1992-93 basketball campaign, the time in nine years. Shortly after, UK played nation-  
A Kentucky Lady Kats knew of the enormous chal- ally-ranked Auburn close into the final seconds of  
lenge ahead. A schedule which featured ll nation- the game before dropping a hard—fought, 52-49,  
  ally—ranked teams faced the Lady Kats, as well as decision to the Lady Tigers. That defeat left the  
q tackling the brutal Southeastern Conference regu- Kats with only three days to prepare for intrastate  
  Y lar season slate. rival and 1992 NCAA championship runner-up  
  The Lady Kats, under Coach Sharon Fanning, Western Kentucky. Despite the brief rest, UK rallied ._
  met the challenge for the most part. In fact, the to upset the Lady Hilltoppers, 62-60, in Memorial
  E Lady Kats fashioned a respectable 18-10 overall re- Coliseum on a last-second shot from guard Stacey
Y cord which included a sixth—place finish (5-6) in Reed. It marked the second consecutive year that ·
i A the powerful SEC. Kentucky experienced several the Kats had beaten nationally-ranked WKU in the  
J highlights during the season. A last-second victory final seconds of the game. ¥
i D over intrastate rival Western Kentucky was perhaps Another rivalry soon followed with perennial  
Q the most exciting win of the season. Reclaiming power Tennessee awaiting the Lady Kats. UK could _  
  the Lady Kats Invitational title may have been the not repeat the earlier upset of WKU as the Lady t
5 most sentimental accomplishment and earning a Kats dropped an 85-61 decision to the Lady Vols.
J national ranking of No. 24 in the Associated Press’ The loss to UT was costly as it dropped the team
I weekly poll could be considered the most reward- from the USA Today and AP national polls simulta-
ing honor for the program’s performance. neously in February. One positive note from the ,
. N Looking at the season, the Lady Kats were 1-0 UK-UT contest was Jocelyn Mills, a native of Ten-
heading into the 15th annual Lady Kats invitational nessee, scoring her 1,000 career point. j
Tournament following a season-opening victory UK reigned in the Bluegrass, defeating every in- 3
3 over Marshall University. UK defeated Murray State trastate opponent it faced. The Kats posted wins  
  D in the first round and then knocked off nationally- over Murray State, Western Kentucky, Louisville, l
  ranked Connecticut in the title game 75-54. Senior Morehead State and Eastern Kentucky. j
l forward Jocelyn Mills, who scored 28 points and However, the end of the season was turbulent  
l E grabbed 12 rebounds in the tournament, was of the Kats, as they lost their last three regular-  
, named Most Valuable Player of the LKIT for the season games to Ole Miss, nationally—ranked Van- 2
  V second time in her career. derbilt and Florida. UK beat Mississippi State in the  
l UK struggled in its next two tournaments, fin- first round of the SEC Tournament (84-73), but lost l
Y I isbing third in the Iowa Amana Hawkeye and the to eventual tournament champion Vanderbilt in the  
i Wichita State Pizza Hut Classic. But the team second round (68-6l)to close the Lady Kat season.
brought the New Year in with a bang, beating na- Mills was the offensive leader of the team I
E tionally-ranked Kansas on New Year’s Eve, 71-61. throughout the ’92-’93 campaign. Mills led the 4
Shortly thereafter, the Kats were ranked 24th in team in scoring (15.4 ppg) and rebounding (7.5 I
W the nation by the Associated Press and No. 23 by rpg).
5 USA Today. The rankings were the first for the Mills scored in double figures 21 times, includ- 6
l program since 1990. Kentucky then entered SEC ing UK’s last 11 games. She established a career-  
play. The Lady Kats experienced success out of the high, scoring 32 points against Butler, and was 7
gate with wins over South Carolina and Mississippi named to the All-SEC first team. She also received ,
State. Kentucky also defeated Georgia for the first recognition in the conference, being named SEC  
Player of the Week during the final week of the
 , regular season. She moved to 12th in all-time Lady
A   Kats scoring with 1,170 career points and fifth in
  all-time rebounding with 703 boards. Other dou-  
J ~ E ble-digit scorers for the season included Reed (1 1 .4 l
2 ‘,gV_ V ppg), Mia Daniel (10.7 ppg) and Tedra Eberhart g
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$ ' 1, ,_,, I Mills were Reed and Daniel—UK’s main three-point 4
J 1,.     shooters. Daniel broke the Lady Kat game record `
q   y   for most three-point attempts (12 vs. Auburn). ,
i   ,~    A ~¢ _ _  Both Reed and Daniel each established UK game
J J `   , fi-. 4 ' records for most three-point goals made in a game 1
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