We’re not done! How about free admission for up to 4! Just print off this photo or show it at the gate this weekend! pic.twitter.com/bL9Cyhlo8F
— UK softball (@UKsoftball) April 15, 2014
The UK softball team will play Arkansas Sunday at 5pm. Do you want to go? Well, you can get free admission by following the above tweet. Just print off the photo or show it at the gate this weekend, and you will get free admission for up to 4. All little leaguers will also get free admission to all three games. On Sunday, the first 100 fans into John Cropp Stadium will receive a set of 2014 softball trading cards. Get out to JCS and cheer on the Cats!
The SEC Track and Field Championships are only one month away now, and the tickets went on sale yesterday. You are only able to buy all-session tickets at this time which will be goof for Friday, May 16 through Sunday, May 18. General admission tickets for adults (19-64) are available $20. General admission tickets for youths (3-18) and seniors (65+) cost $10. Children ages two-years-old and younger will be admitted for free. Tickets can be purchased by calling the UK ticket office at (859) 257-1818(859) 257-1818 or (800) 928-2287(800) 928-2287. Tickets are also available online at UKathletics.com/tickets any time and at the UK ticket office in the Joe Craft Center. The ticket office is open Monday through Friday between 9:00 am ET and 4:00 pm ET.
Full information on the 2014 SEC Outdoor Championships can be found periodically on the UKathletics.com meet central page, as well as the SECsports.com page.
UK Men’s Tennis moved up two spots to #12 this week after losing to Florida 2-4 and beating Murray State 4-0. The Cats were ranked number 14th last week, and the Cats have won 6 of their last 7 matches. In the Singles Rankings, Tom Jomby is #11 and Alejandro Gomez is #80. In the Doubles Rankings, Tom Jomby and Kevin Lai rank #39.
The Track and Field Cats had a week off and each dropped one spot in the new USTFCCCA Rankings. The Men’s team dropped from #24 to #25, and the Women’s team dropped from #5 to #6. The SEC showed their dominance as a whole by having 9 teams in the Men’s Rankings and 8 teams in the Women’s Rankings. Both teams will be able to show their skills this weekend, as they compete at the Kentucky Relays. Click here to see the complete rankings for both men’s and women’s.
— Kentucky Athletics (@UKAthletics) April 15, 2014
The UK Spring Game is 11 days away, and UK Athletics is looking back to last year. Check out the photos here.