Kentucky's Jenny Schaper (6) celebrated with Katie Reed (23) after Shaper's grand slam home run against Illinois-Chicago last Saturday at John Cropp Stadium. Coach Rachel Lawson said the Wildcats are playing more freely at the plate since a midseason change in team philosophy.
Kentucky's Jenny Schaper (6) celebrated with Katie Reed (23) after Shaper's grand slam home run against Illinois-Chicago last Saturday at John Cropp Stadium. Coach Rachel Lawson said the Wildcats are playing more freely at the plate since a midseason change in team philosophy. Alex Slitz aslitz@herald-leader.com
Kentucky's Jenny Schaper (6) celebrated with Katie Reed (23) after Shaper's grand slam home run against Illinois-Chicago last Saturday at John Cropp Stadium. Coach Rachel Lawson said the Wildcats are playing more freely at the plate since a midseason change in team philosophy. Alex Slitz aslitz@herald-leader.com

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