Golf: 2013 US Women’s Amateur Champion Emma Talley of Princeton is going to be honored in a ceremony Tuesday evening. The event will be held from 6-8 pm at Princeton Golf and Country Club at 1001 South Jefferson Street. Everyone is welcome to the event.
College Football: University of Louisville Coach Charlie Strong announced this morning members of the Cardinal team will not sign autographs when Louisville hosts its Fan Day next Sunday. Strong says the decision was made in response to recent concerns over player’s autographs being sold on the Internet.
The Lexington Herald Leader reports Fullerton College messaged via Twitter Sunday night that Kentucky signee Melvin Lewis has completed requirements for his degree and will head to Lexington this week.
The 6-4, 320 pound defensive tackle had 41 tackles, 3 ½ quarterback sacks and six tackles for loss during his sophomore season at Fullerton College. He will have two years eligibility for the Wildcats.
Meanwhile, Kentucky Sports Radio reports it will be known either today or tomorrow if talented junior college cornerback Nate Willis will be eligible for the Wildcats this season.
Even though the 2013 season has yet to start, the Lexington Herald Leader reports the SEC could have its 2014 schedules out later this week. Kentucky is searching for one more non conference opponent. The Wildcats already have Louisville, UT Martin and Ohio University on the schedule next year.
College Basketball: Kentucky Sports Radio reports a deal is almost done that would have Kentucky meeting UCLA beginning in the 2014-15 season. This comes on the heels of a comment made by Coach John Calipari last week welcoming new UCLA coach Steve Alford to Twitter.
Kentucky and UCLA met in the 1975 NCAA national championship game, with the Bruins winning in what would be John Wooden’s final game as Bruins coach.
MLB: The Cincinnati Reds open a Central Division series tonight against the Chicago Cubs. Pre game coverage from Wrigley Field airs at 6:35 on News/Talk WHOP.
Other National League action includes the Atlanta Braves meeting the Philadelphia Phillies. The St. Louis Cardinals have the night off.