Kansas University tennis players Smith Hinton and Anastasiya Rychagova placed third in doubles Saturday at the Purdue Invitational. Hinton and Rychagova defeated Notre Dame’s Mary Kloss and Allison Miller, 6-4, for third. They also won singles matches.
Kansas University freshman cross country runner Sharon Lokedi made an immediate impact in her first collegiate race, as she won the Rim Rock Classic and helped the Jayhawks to a women’s team title.
Kansas University sophomore outside hitter Madison Rigdon smashed a match-high 11 kills against no errors in the Jayhawks’ 25-14, 25-18, 25-12 volleyball rout of West Virginia on Saturday afternoon in sold-out Horejsi Center. By Gary Bedore
Paula Warren, director of the Douglas County Special Olympics, tries to attend as many Kansas University volleyball games as she can with her athletes. She finds that watching the team play gives Special Olympics participants a great boost.
Kansas University’s football losing streak away from Lawrence grew to 35 games Saturday in a 38-13 loss to Iowa State. And the opponents’ post-game notes had a familiar ring to them, packed with words such as “first” and “since.” By Tom Keegan
Very few Big 12 Conference football teams are in need of any help on offense, but those that might be struggling in the run game likely just circled their game against Kansas University in the upcoming weeks. By Matt Tait
Dumb and Dumber is not just a movie title any more. It also accurately and completely sums up the way the Jayhawks played Saturday at Jack Trice Stadium on their way to a 38-13 loss to Iowa State in front of a fired up and friendly ISU crowd of 55,837. By Matt Tait
Marcquis Roberts, graduate transfer from South Carolina, scored a touchdown on an 83-yard interception return, had a sack and six tackles.
First-year head coach David Beaty had four options from which to choose Saturday early in the second quarter of Kansas University’s 38-13 loss to Iowa State in packed Jack Trice Stadium. The situation called for an aggressive play, not a passive one. By Tom Keegan
Despite a somewhat promising start, with Kansas finding relative success on offense and defense on the road, the Jayhawks dropped their 35th game in a row away from Lawrence, in a 38-13 loss at Iowa State Saturday.
Kansas University tennis players Smith Hinton and Anastasiya Rychagova teamed for two doubles wins in the first round of the Purdue Invitational on Friday and won in their respective singles matches.
Kansas University’s soccer team, which had scored seven goals in winning three straight games to close the nonconference season, opened Big 12 play with a 2-1 loss to Texas on Friday night at Rock Chalk Park.
The 2015-16 college basketball season officially is underway at Kansas University.
Last weekend, for the second game in a row, red-shirt freshman Tyler Patrick was the Jayhawks’ most productive and impressive wide receiver on the field.
A game-day breakdown of Kansas University’s game Saturday at Iowa State By Matt Tait
Kansas University basketball media day, 2014: The youngest college basketball player in the nation sat on his assigned chair — eyes a little wide, expression on the reserved side — doing his best to answer the questions sent his way. By Tom Keegan
Cheick Diallo, the media learned Thursday, likes to talk about his lifelong love of soccer and dislikes discussing more depressing topics — like his ongoing basketball eligibility case with the NCAA. By Gary Bedore
Kansas University basketball coach Bill Self was asked if dealing with player-eligibility cases has been “frustrating.” The Jayhawks are awaiting word from the NCAA Eligibility Center on Cheick Diallo’s status for the season. By Gary Bedore
Rim Rock Farm, the home course for Kansas University’s cross country team, has its fair share of hills, valleys, twists and turns. The terrain of the course has a symbolic meaning for two Jayhawk cross country runners, who are closing in on their return to KU’s home course Saturday for the Rim Rock Classic after sitting out the 2014 season due to nagging injuries. By Chris Duderstadt
Kansas University’s football coaching staff knew entering Year One of a difficult rebuilding project the Jayhawks would have deficiencies in a number of areas this season. They thought — and hoped — defensive end would be one position KU could count on for depth and productivity. By Benton Smith
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