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Kentucky volleyball is on to the title game!

2020 NCAA Division I Women’s Volleyball Semifinals Photo by Jamie Schwaberow/NCAA Photos via Getty Images

Your Kentucky Wildcats are headed to the volleyball National Championship.

After coming back to win the third set against the Washington Huskies, Kentucky never looked back en route to closing out the match 3-1 Thursday night. The Wildcats were certainly challenged early on, but grinned past adversity and found the momentum they needed to get over the hump.

With AVCA Coach of the Year Craig Skinner and AVCA Player of the Year Madison Lilley leading the way, Kentucky has mostly ran through this year’s tournament.

Now, they stand just one more win away from hoisting the national championship trophy.

Kentucky will play in the national championship game on Saturday at 8 pm ET.

Talk about stuffing the stat sheet... this Kentucky team is simply stacked.

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What a moment for these lady Wildcats.

Quickies

Terrence Clarke passes away after a car accident in California - Kentucky Sports Radio

There are no words.

Lauren Johnson delivers to give UK comeback win over Louisville - Vaught’s Views

How about those Lady Wildcats?

Kentucky defeats Washington, advances to National Championship - Kentucky Sports Radio

One win away from winning it all.

Justus leaving UK staff for position at Arizona State - Cats Illustrated

This might end up being okay for both sides.

All-American honors show Kentucky has talent level to win national title - Vaught’s Views

This volleyball team is incredibly stacked.

Tony Romo opens Korn Ferry Tour event by chipping in for eagle - USA Today

We’re all here for this.

Could John Calipari finally be ready to bring Orlando Antigua back to staff - Vaught’s Views

Who says no here?

Broncos GM George Paton confident in Drew Lock, but looking to add another QB - ESPN

This just doesn’t make much sense.

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