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College

  • COLLEGE SPORTS: Patriots Week in Review

     

    JUSTIN FARR

    St. Catharine College

    Entering its second full season under the instruction of Lindsey Pfoff, the St. Catharine swimmers looked to put their college on the map.

  • COLLEGE PROFILE: Kahleifeh's UK career rounding into shape

    What began as a lackluster career has suddenly evolved into one with high expectations for University of Kentucky runner Adam Kahleifeh.

    And according to coach Eldrick Floreal, the former Bardstown High star has put in the hard work to become the team’s leading cross country runner.

    “It goes to the work that he put into reinventing himself, redefining himself. He challenged himself, pushed himself to the edge to reinvent himself so that he could be part of something special.”

  • RIVER RAT: Local product Barnes an ace fundraiser

    For many young folks, a career in the sports industry means either playing or coaching professionally. But there’s more to it than that, as more and more kids find themselves drawn to pursuits such as sports journalism/broadcasting (fun, but not all it’s cracked up to be) or athletic training.

    Even those pursuits are just scratching the surface of available jobs in the high-dollar world of sports, though.

  • RIVER RAT: UK’s Brown looks ahead to the 2013 season

    A few weeks ago, we featured parts one and two of my interview new University of Kentucky offensive coordinator and Bardstown native Neal Brown.

    We touched on a number of topics, such as recruiting and installing the “Air Raid” offense, as well as what it’s like moving back home and being closer to family, life in the SEC, as well as others.

  • RIVER RAT: Neal Brown talks UK football

    In Friday’s issue we had part one of my interview with University of Kentucky offensive coordinator Neal Brown, a Bardstown native, on what it’s like coming back to the Bluegrass State after an assistant coaching career that included stints as OC at Troy and Texas Tech, where his offense was regularly ranked among the most productive in the nation.

  • Catching up with: UK OC Neal Brown

    With the University of Kentucky’s football coaching change, it afforded Bardstown native Neal Brown an opportunity to come home, so to speak.

    Brown — who in recent years guided some of the most productive offenses in the nation while serving as offensive coordinator at Texas Tech and Troy — took over that same position at Kentucky in the winter when new head coach Mark Stoops grabbed the reins.

  • ST. CATHARINE COLLEGE: Doig leaving SCC AD post

     

    ST. CATHARINE COLLEGE

     

    After nearly five years as the athletic director at St. Catharine College, Mike Doig’s resignation was announced last week by the college’s President, William D. Huston.

  • Smalley makes history signing with Pikeville

    The Bardstown Tiger volleyball program has made several strides in the right direction over the past few seasons. 

    The latest momentum boost came recently when Brianna Smalley was served up to be the first ever Bardstown player to receive a volleyball scholarship.

    The local native will be playing for the University of Pikeville next season as a freshman.

    “I just got a good feel from Pikeville, and I liked what they had to offer,” Smalley said.

  • SCC SPORTS: Pats get first conference champs

    In the four years that St. Catharine has participated in the Mid-South Conference Track and Field meet, the Patriots have never been able to bring home a first-place finish. But now, at the meet held last weekend at the University of the Cumberlands, the Patriots can claim two champions.

  • COLLEGE GOLF: Maywood hosts Mid-South tourney

    St. Catharine College may not have been at the top of the leaderboard of the Mid-South Conference Golf Tournament, but its collaboration with a local businessman and the owners of Maywood Golf Course made the Bardstown community a winner this week.

    The conference tournament was held Sunday-Tuesday at Maywood with the men playing all three days and the women only the final two.

    University of the Cumberlands swept first-place honors in the tournament.