Behind a team-best 587 from Emily Holsopple and a 585 from Henri Junghanel, Kentucky's rifle team won its second straight NCAA championship in smallbore on Friday in Columbus, Ohio.
The Cats' 2,328 total score was three better than second-place Army.
The air rifle portion of the championships will be contested on Saturday.
TCU's Sarah Scherer won the individual national championship in smallbore with her 589. Holsopple was third and Junghanel was seventh.
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Bat Cats roll over Canisius
Cameron Flynn, Matt Reida and J.T. Riddle each had three hits and Luke Maile had three RBI as Kentucky, ranked 23rd by Collegiate Baseball, had a season-high 22 hits in a 19-9 victory against Canisius at Cliff Hagan Stadium.
Kentucky (14-0) got hits from every player in its starting lineup. Flynn and Michael Williams both hit home runs.
Austin Cousino extended his hitting streak to 13 games.
Softball falls to No. 1 Tide
Kentucky's softball team lost to No. 1 Alabama 3-1 in extra innings. The undefeated Tide (19-0) hit back-to-back home runs in the top of the ninth to claim the win at the UK Softball Complex.
Freshman Griffin Joiner hit a home run, her third of the season, in the bottom of the first inning for UK.
Diver qualifies for NCAAs
Sophomore diver Greg Ferrucci's score of 743.50 in the 1-meter diving NCAA Zone meet in Bloomington, Ind., made him the third member of UK's swimming and diving team to qualify for the NCAA Championships. Tyler Reed qualified in the 100 freestyle, and Lucas Gerotto will compete in the 100 butterfly.
Men's tennis cruises 6-1
The seventh-ranked Kentucky men's tennis team dominated No. 33 South Carolina 6-1 victory in its Southeastern Conference home opener. The win was UK's 10th over a ranked foe this season.
The Cats' Eric Quigley, ranked sixth nationally in singles, defeated Nick Jones 6-1, 6-4. Alex Musialek, ranked 16th, beat Andrew Adams 6-2, 6-2.
Women's tennis loses 6-1
South Carolina's women's tennis team defeated Kentucky 6-1 in Columbia, S.C. Sophomore Khristina Blajkevitch earned the Cats' lone victory in singles, 3-6, 6-3, 10-8 against Dominika Kanakova.