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Missouri sweeps KU in volleyball

Senior Day at Horejsi Family Athletics Center had all the necessary ingredients for memories. Parents, friends and family members of Kansas seniors Nancy Bell, Danielle Geronymo, Sara Kidd and Amy Myatt were in attendance to cheer the Jayhawk seniors, who fell to Missouri, 15-9, 15-12, 15-8.

Kansas defense dandy

North Dakota forced to shoot from outside

By Gary Bedore Kansas University basketball players take it as a compliment when opponents bomb away from the outside. "I think it's a tribute to our defense," KU senior Kenny Gregory said after the Jayhawks held North Dakota to 9-of-34 three-point shooting in a 92-61 victory on Friday at Allen Fieldhouse.

'A bummer' in Ames - Iowa State 38, Kansas 17

Jayhawks finish season with fourth straight setback

By Andrew Hartsock Kansas University football coach Terry Allen used a lot of words trying to explain the Jayhawks' season-ending loss to Iowa State. He talked about ISU's running game, KU's offensive struggles, the weather you name it. After the final television camera was turned off, though, Allen summed up the game and the season quite well.

Iowa State chills Jayhawks in finale

Quick start ignites Cyclones past Kansas on frigid November day in Ames, Iowa

By Jason Franchuk When you're hot you're hot, but when you're in Iowa in the latter part of November you're not. With temperatures in the 20s and the wind chill hovering around zero, Kansas struggled from the start in its season-ending 38-17 loss to Iowa State on Saturday afternoon.

Jayhawks blast past Grambling State

Kansas claims 122-71 victory in season opener

By Chuck Woodling Grambling State rode the wrong road on Saturday afternoon. "We got it going from Jump Street," Kansas University senior Jaclyn Johnson said. "Our attitude was these girls weren't going to score."

Cyclones capture eighth victory

Iowa State awaits bowl bid after posting 8-3 record

By Andrew Hartsock Who says Iowa State had nothing to play for in its season finale? The Cyclones, already assured their first bowl bid since 1978, improved to 8-3 overall, 5-3 in the Big 12 with a 38-17 victory over Kansas on Saturday at Trice Stadium. Just six other ISU teams have finished with eight victories.