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College

  • UK basketball 2011-12

    UK Wildcats’ basketball (16-1)
    Day, date    Opponent (TV)    Time/Result

    Friday, Nov. 11    Marist    108-58
    Tuesday, Nov. 15    Kansas in New York City    75-65
    Saturday, Nov. 19    Penn State    85-47
    Sunday, Nov. 20    Old Dominion or South Florida    62-52
    Wednesday, Nov. 23    Radford    88-40

  • Upcoming games (Jan. 18-28)

    Wednesday, Jan. 18
    HIGH SCHOOL BOYS’ BASKETBALL —
    Bardstown vs. Bethlehem in Touchstone Energy Fifth Region All “A” Classic at Green County (7:30). HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS’ BASKETBALL — Bardstown vs. Washington County in Touchstone Energy Fifth Region All “A” Classic at Green County (6:00).
    Thursday, Jan. 19

  • CU whips West Va. Tech in regular-season finale

    Campbellsville University closed out the 2011 regular season Saturday with a 32-23 victory over West Virginia University’s Institute of Technology at HIG Field and Finley Stadium. The Senior Day victory gives the Tigers their third-straight winning record in a regular season for the first time since the mid-1990s.

  • CU hosts NCCAA Victory Bowl on Saturday

    Campbellsville University will host Greenville College for the 2011 Victory Bowl on Saturday (1:00) at Finley Stadium, the National Christian College Athletics (NCCAA) announced Sunday evening. Kickoff time is set for 1 p.m. ET.
    The game will be televised on WLCU-TV on Comcast Cable channel 22 in Taylor County and will be streamed live online. Also, radio coverage of the game will be provided locally by WLCU 88.7 FM (wlcufm.com).

  • CU hoop teams post road triumphs

    Tiger men respond with 113-56 win over Chillicothe
    Campbellsville University men’s basketball bounced back from a disappointing season opener loss to close out the Giovanni Tip-off Classic with a 113-59 victory over Ohio University-Chillicothe on Saturday.
    “We took the loss last night (Friday) and responded the way you’d want a team to respond with better energy and better effort,” CU head coach Keith Adkins said. “We still have some things we can work on, but it was a step in the right direction.”

  • Tigers trounce UVA-Wise 42-6

    Campbellsville University used an early defensive spark and went on to finish out a 42-6 home win Saturday against UVA-Wise at HIG Field in Finley Stadium.
    The game did not seem to start in the Fighting Tigers favor as Wise blocked a Carl Ojala punt and the Cavaliers recovered at the CU 27.
    However, Wise would not take advantage, finding themselves on a fourth down of their own at the Campbellsville 11. Wise had its kick blocked by Tiger senior Dwight Houston, who scooped the loose ball for a 15-yard return.

  • Lady Tigers get out of gate fast, win opener 96-40

    The road is likely to get rougher, but Campbellsville University’s Lady Tigers smoothed out a few bumps en route to a 96-40 basketball win over Tennessee Temple in the Lady Tigers’ home- and season-opener on Friday night.
    Mackenzie Lee and Courtney Clifton sparked a first-half run that led to a 53-24 advantage at intermission. The Lady Tigers scored the first 14 points of the game, six by Lee and four by Megan Isaacs. From there CU threw a variety of lineups at the Lady Crusaders (0-2) from Chattanooga.

  • Tigers drop season opener to Miami-Middletown 83-74

    Campbellsville University men’s basketball did not have the season opener it wanted Friday, falling 83-74 to the University of Miami-Middletown (Ohio) in the Giovanni’s Tip-off Classic at the University of Rio Grande.

  • CU edges Kentucky Christian 24-21

    Two fumbles and 10 points in the final minute of play sealed a Campbellsville University comeback against the Kentucky Christian University Knights 24-21 on Saturday afternoon at Huntington (West Va.) High School.
    The win pulled the Tigers even in Mid-South Conference East Division play at 2-2 and snapped a four-game losing streak.
    Senior placekicker David Hon won the game for the Tigers with a 32-yard field goal as time expired. The winning drive was set up after William Harris recovered a fumble, forced by a Derek Mincy sack, on the Knights’ 17 yard line.

  • CU edges Kentucky Christian 24-21

    Two fumbles and 10 points in the final minute of play sealed a Campbellsville University comeback against the Kentucky Christian University Knights 24-21 on Saturday afternoon at Huntington (West Va.) High School.
    The win pulled the Tigers even in Mid-South Conference East Division play at 2-2 and snapped a four-game losing streak.
    Senior placekicker David Hon won the game for the Tigers with a 32-yard field goal as time expired. The winning drive was set up after William Harris recovered a fumble, forced by a Derek Mincy sack, on the Knights’ 17 yard line.