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Stories for April 1, 2001

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KU rowers shine at home

Kansas University won five of seven morning races and six of seven afternoon races at its Jayhawk Rowing Invitational on Saturday at Clinton Lake.

Texas baseball upends Kansas

Montes pitches Longhorns to 6-2 victory over Jayhawks

By Kelly Rathbun Kansas University's baseball team suffered a bittersweet loss to Texas on Saturday afternoon at Hoglund Ballpark. Several Jayhawks hit off of Texas' strong pitcher, but the Jayhawks weren't able to mount a serious offensive threat.

Jayhawks 'pretty intense' during first day in pads

UNI expected to announce coach soon; Farley, Salmon in running

By Robert Sinclair On Saturday afternoon at the Kansas University football practice fields, the sun was shining, there was a cold breeze blowing out of the north and the sound of pads popping filled the air.

Senior class failed to fulfill promises

Expectations were high for KU's Axtell, Chenowith, Gregory

By Bill Mayer Loyalty being what it is for the Kansas men's basketball program, a guy would have to become a Ted Bundy or Charlie Manson to get "divorced" from the family. As long as Roy Williams is around, anyone who ever has donned Jayhawk silks, barring serial-rapist or kiddie porn convictions, will be welcome and embraced. That's how it should be.

KU softball tames A&M

Freshman Kara Pierce allowed two unearned runs off four hits in the full seven innings, and Kansas used a quick start to drop Texas A&M, 5-2, in college softball on Saturday.