2018 ScheduleAll times ET

2018 Schedule
8-3, 1st in SEC
15h

Balanced Miami women topple 20th-ranked Kentucky 65-54

Erykah Davenport and Shaneese Bailey made key plays back-to-back late in the game and four players scored in double figures as a balanced Miami upset the No. 20 Kentucky women 65-54 on Sunday, handing the Wildcats a second loss in as many games.

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Peter's top SEC basketball plays (1:48)
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No. 20 Kentucky topples Evansville 100-62 (0:35)
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UK focused on establishing low-post offense (1:43)
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No. 20 Kentucky breezes past Tennessee Tech (2:27)
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No. 22 Kentucky downs Marshall 69-39 (2:03)
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No. 22 Kentucky women cruise by Morehead State 86-53

Maci Morris made five 3-pointers and scored 19 points, Makenzie Cann had her second straight double-double with 15 points, 10 rebounds and five assists, and No. 22 Kentucky beat Morehead State 86-53 on Wednesday.

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No. 22 Wildcats dominate Lady Eagles (3:51)
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Kentucky's offense explodes vs. Gardner-Webb (1:26)
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Kentucky takes down Sacramento State (1:21)
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Mitchell ready for fresh start in 2017-18 (4:13)
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Eight SEC players taken in 2017 WNBA draft (2:25)
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267dGraham Hays

Harper beats former team, Buckeyes advance

Linnae Harper has never really opened up about why she transferred from Kentucky to Ohio State. She's focused on the present and the future, which has the Buckeyes in the Sweet 16.

ESPN Stats and Information  

Kentucky's Evelyn Akhator finished with 23 rebounds in a loss to Ohio State. That broke the school NCAA Tournament record by 9, but was 4 shy of the NCAA Tournament record (from all schools), set by Texas A&M's Anriel Howard in 2016.

267dGraham Hays

Ohio State eliminates Kentucky to reach Sweet 16

Ohio State dictated the pace and jumped to just enough of an early lead to hold off Kentucky as it rallied in the second half. The 5-seed Buckeyes advanced, while the Wildcats again lost at home.

ESPN Stats and Information  

Kentucky's Evelyn Akhator has 20 rebounds entering the 4th quarter of Kentucky 2nd Round game vs Ohio State. That broke the school's NCAA Tournament record (that she shared) by 6. The Women's NCAA Tournament record is 27 (Texas A&M's Anriel Howard in 2016).