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CONTENTS We’re Proud to be
Coach Sharon Fanning ...............,....,..... 2 I
Basketball Staff ................................ 3 S
Dr. David Roselle .............................. 4       I
Athletics Director Cliff Hagan ..................... 4
Meet the Players ............................ 5-22 [E,} 9
(Croley 6, Pennie 7, Tarantini 8, Shrum 9, Whitaker 6 _/-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 ° »—~ I ¤‘ ·
Memorial Coliseum ............................ 24 5;,
Assistant AD’s and UK Head Coaches ............ 25   U
UK Sports information Staff ..................... 26
Cheerleaders and Student Staff .................. 27 9
Lady Kat Records .......................... 29-30 7 '
Former Lady Kats ............................. 31    
Wildcat Team Picture & Schedule ................ 33 9
UK Campus ............................... 35-36 °
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CREDITS: in Central and Eastern Kentucky
Written, Produced and Edited by
RENA VICINI, UK Assistant Sports information Director
Special Thanks to
EAigR.';· Z   UGSSQG, Whcllc she served HS 3 FANNING,S RECORD AT UTC
i   ya   _. »_V‘.       graduate assistant coach to Pat YEAR W L PCT
      9     Head Summitt for one year be- ieve-77 20 is sos
  `,V‘· 5   ..  r»’     -itV1 Y —  . .Vi‘Vi   1`lli   fore returning home to build a 197778 19 7 731
  ylv,     l. <~»     1978-79 is ii ,593
  _r.—l ` ..   _,.. l i     Pmgmm at hm alma mall? ieve-so is is ,535
          . *     o A noted s eaker who is ver 1980-81 ie 9 me
, `.~l° /   r/w a"  . . ·  · · y 91 *
_ 1 _     ``‘‘      active in civic affairs, Fanning 19;:3; 1;   gg?
  _ ,         {_ _A=_,__ ,   also served as Coordinator of iees.s4~# ze 5 1839
   5 W   , .        Women’s Athletics at UTC since l984·85; 16 i3 552
     `   i   ippl T   1978. She is a current member of Egg?. li gg Egg
  ‘.‘r ity  V-`  l r   _,T.     ._   ·r_‘ J *r_, _ -l,_   the National Women’s Basketball Toms QE E; ET
This summer, Coach Fanning gave instruc- Cémches ASS9C‘&“9“ BOaI-d Of 'gollllloln Conlololloo €ll¤m¤l¤¤S
tions at a basketball clinic in Jackson, Ky. D1I`€C[OI`S. "NWW Fl‘“‘"€"Up5
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lax dollars from the University’s general dregogidrs WSE; rl-jlllzxlencléaagviasxe lfillll Plc, also Serve? db dean Ol Vlrglma
funds. M A   d d K; · d » Tech s graduate school and dean of re-
- Hagan, a native of Owensboro, replaced algsef Tl?gnsyll§a;§;€[?l:lVea;l;lya recent gra U- march and grarluatc Stud1€$· _
thc late Harry C. Lancaster as athletics direc- l Dr; RlO$;€ll€ 15 khcwh as im mriOViirOr·
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- .
beth Oh rim Praying iifiid and in the €i¤55· cure increased support for sponsored re-
r°°m· search and was recocnized nationall for
Hagan has seen UK basketball teams win BOARD OF DIRECTORS ·. — · ·, · · D · . · y _
_ _ _ his initiatives in computing and informa
an NCAA championship, an NIT champion- UNIVERSWY OF KENTUCKY [lam systems
ship and make another appearance in the Fi- ATHLE-HCS ASSOQATION ` ` ' _ . . .
I . _ _ In 1978, he was recognized by Virgin-
nal Four. The football Wildcats have ap- Ex_0pFlClO MEMBERS_AT_ .' T h f h._ _ h. _ ll
pcared in threc bowl games. Last season, Six l\]El`lBERS LARGE ld cc Ol. lh {CAC lng €xl'€_ CllCC‘
UK tearrre appeared in ttrerr respective Ncaa DL Dull, Rosdlc Ml l_D_ German De Rceeiie hee hehie variety ci iced-  
Chalnplgnshlp gv€l·][g_ Drs An Galllllhel, Ml,. Sa-l-. Roach €l”Shlp pOS1l1OI`lS llrl IlH[lOl'lZIl IT`lZ1rl`l€I1]2itlCS
Academically, Hagan helped establish the Dr.]ack Blanton organizations and served as executive
Center for Academic and Tutorial Services Dr. Raymond l-lornhaek STUDEN MEMBERS secretary of the Mathematical Associa-
(CATS). The University of Kentucky was the DF- James M- Khdcl Miss Susan Brothers tion of America for nittc years.
grst-univcrsityf in the natioda to opaell anaarca- Eli**“a§::bg;g· Lilwiim Mr. Karl Crase He has made llllmelells lllvlteel ed-
cmtc center or stu ent-at ctes. cc orts ’ d . , · ha f- ld d -. ·d l b_
have paid off, as UK lcd the Southeastern ALUMNIMEMBERS FACULTY MEMBERS llxairjrayla Jlzlhlgnaagga ébhajlaac glaplgaa
Confcrcncc last year in the number of stu-   l Dr. Daniel Rccdy b` df l. la   a Cl '_ _h`
tientatnietee rtarnea to the ieaguea varroua M’·W""“‘“B· S“"¥*“ Dr- Ni- r’i¤¤¢¤¤<> ff"? "°r O ‘W° °‘? “ “‘“ Wai "“‘ C
Acddemlc Heder Rdlls Mi- iehh C- Owcm Dr, Chtirles p_ Roland editorial board of a third.
Hagan's involvement- in college athletics TRUSTEE MEMBERS   Dr· ROSEH9 is married tc the rOrm€r
extends beyond the University of Kentucky. Ma Alam B Clsaadlar Da Paul sears g I-OUISC DOWirriS or Mimrii1$$€r· N·Y·»
He serves on thc Bxccutivc Committee of the Ml; lelddls Rddlsea, Dsl lla Vadldaeell amd Ihcy h£lV€ 11. SGH, Afihuf. i6. illid 21 _
Southeastern Contcrcncc and is also on thc daughter, Cynthia, 15. t
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top players in the Southeastern Conference     .   ` gi   _» 
this season and should be a strong contender    T.       
for All-Arnerioa honors. She led the Lady   11 .._,_·     ,i.t·; Q .;    if   .
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Bebe is 14th on the all-time Lady Kats l » S—_»-   ·—ii;£;.;*f.s .·‘S =S°S     ‘’‘Sl ’ ` SSS ‘ ·
scoring list with 937 career points, and if she H "~i· j   ·rS=       '~V» Q; `iii 8       ig; ·. ,.,
keeps nr ner eenent rnee She Snenld ensny ” rri‘     SQ `.“.S   `         ‘ *
finish as one of UK`s top five all-time t          
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tirst year. But as a sophomore, she started in   ___/__         ‘     `_irS Z   __ ._   i‘$*s.Q‘.~i’*-° `   i   __   _ . _— S   .  
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scorer on the team.    gl       . ·‘   '.__j   ..‘‘  Aj  r.     _V_‘    
Last year she began her junior season by    ` _ 2  I 7*         · ° _ " V   ·‘__  
being named the first unanimous MVP in the _ `.'r “  .; V x r~.E _   =;=   ` ‘ ‘ Q `·‘=; j   ‘Sr.s   i’‘‘=   gy 7 .·_          
10-year histoty ofthe Lady Kats Invitational     _   I:   t `°i`'     :r_       _
tournament. She excelled in every phase . ,M~w   »         ____   *
tggtg and Sggying in dgflblc Hguygs in   but Cosby T0p   Show: Oprah WiHff€y STTOW   and lS an   rOle  
Lhreleé   at twcpgiilireihoiglieeotuplt Ztint lhs; I;?i\;0I`1t€ Ig`00d: Bibs Ht0£l)l€S and Pagmpesz model for young Student_athleteS’ ·
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’ career-high 32 points against Alabama, and ing tennis Favorite N0n—baSketball sperir whlle also plflylng a Very lmpor-  
then scored so potnts on 14-for-17 from the tennis Most Adnnred Athlete nrlrneeintes mnt l€ad”ShlP rele fw her team- Q
field in the next game against Florida. znletes inn eng ndmiresgnle Lern Eaverite mates. We are fortunate to Q
Bebe has twice represented the Universit Ym¤8SlUm¢ €m0T121 01S€Um 3V0Fil€ · i
anti the USA in international competition. Iii City? D¤bF0V¤ikt Yngeslnvia Comment im have th 8. Opportunlty  
. l9g5_ elm played [Or thc U_5_ in the jones Women’s Basketball: "They should let us tv work with Bebe Cr0ley· `
Cup competition in Taiwan and in 1986 she Play m0V€ and realize that girls CHU li¤g€l'·Y0ii -—C0dC]l Fllllfllllg -
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M'. _f ' `   . p Bebe is a tremendous athlete .
alot . Conlmunitations _ _ _ .
[ligh School: Lexington Henry Clay and tremend0u‘$; ”ldlwdual· Her _
High School Coach: Jackie Austin experience; quickness, jumping  
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~`avorite music: ros e and soul avorite .
Performer: AnitaEB:il·<   -— t* ..»‘‘’ A     py ‘= -V   V I
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  ,    »     High School Coach: Nancy Yengel
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  t   _   .  ·--.    V f        Streep Top Movie: One On One Top TV
§   · v_       V :   »   V   ·A I         V Star: Bill Cosb Top TV Show: L.A. Law
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              Women’s Basketball: "l like the small ball
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  lem as a freshman and sophomore. Michele ment of her left knee in the semifinals ofthe
  finally enjoyed her first full season last year Florida state championship, She underwent
  as ajuniorn She played in 24 of the teams 28 extensive knee surgery before coming to Ken-
  games and, although she never received a tucky. and has necessitated arthroscopic sur-
  starting assignment, finished as the Kats’ gery twice since.
  fifth—leading scorer with an average of 4.6 A versatile player who could help at either
  points per contest. _ guard or forward, Michele will be relied on - —
  Her outstanding high school career at for her exceptional scoring and passing ability 5 11 Senlor Guard
¤ Clearwater Central Catholic ended tragicallt this Iear. ClG8I'W8`lZ€I',  
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  1986-x7 24-0 42-90 46.7 26-36 72.2 61-2.5 1 io-4.6 _ I2 24
  1985-86 17-2 14-27 51.8 10-ll 90.9 15-ss 314-2A2 111 14
  1984-85 15-1 15-35 42.s 16-27 59.2 23-1.5 46-1.5 3 111
  TOTALS S6-3 71-152 46.7 52-74 70.5 99-1.8 194-$.5 25 34
  Career Highs: 14 pts. vs. ()hio State. 1986-87, 8 rhs., twice
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Monique possesses all the skills necessary *»   " ,   -3 Q   ‘» _   ' _ »   we    p x
to be a standout player at both ends Ol the ° A , `  K V `   _ ,»=» * A .          lj 
court, Although she was recognized for her r  I    Jii` _   `— Y       gz .; . i‘’. g   _
excelled more as a detensive player at Ken-   my >»*   “ 1    i, iV·i     L . A ` ’
tucky, displaying good speed. quickness and y g     =  t ‘  A ‘  “°’  
intensity. "j_ an    _;  F ·· _ `  ii A; —
Still, she can be an explosive scorer. and ` . ``‘i .: .·       { I A t
has hit double figures several times even ,          ~_\    _: · =
though she has never appeared as a starter at   " i   `'lt     Mg'.  ( ~   -
Kentucky. Her career tree throw percentage _ 3 .’ {A  if-     t'`.    . l _ `.
ol` 88,8 is a good indication of her shooting t ( . ey A     jg  if  .a.°`  
touch. She is a classic zone buster when her A »» —       A 3     ‘ ]
shot is "on." ,   ,._   ·   iii: _` ·
Monique is regarded as one of the all—tittle .     ig     .   ".
great players in West Virginia high school t * " X"   `V  ‘·ti` f`  3  .  1
history. As a senior at St. Francis High $_  1 _} L     ‘ g 
School. she was honored as West Virginia __ (   _' ___{ .g, t_=· ¤ _A _.·,  _   ~ ., . All  _!
Player of the Year and was named to Parade 4;    i‘` "   ‘’--           {  L `‘.‘iil‘,    `°   -.
magazines fourth team All—Amet‘ica list. Het ·   i   . ‘·.- .   · il A tr      =`· '· ·~q
2.835 career points in high school are the    "   Q fj      
most ever scored by any male or tcmale in    g  .—A_ A -?·iQ¥.5.’ V      *   r .   ‘```i _?‘  
that state. Her jersey, No. l4. has been re-   __    _`   `‘`'‘   ‘ `i`.                
tired at St. Francis.