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Kansas' sisters lose in tennis semifinals

The University of Missouri women's tennis team was the only obstacle between Kansas juniors Courtney and Kristen Steinbock and a trip to the finals of the Omni Hotels Women's Tennis Central Region Championships this weekend in Tulsa, Okla.

Women's golf opens play in Hawaii

The Kansas women's golf team has performed strongly under new coach Megan Menzel, finishing in the top half of all but one of its tournaments. The team could head into its winter hiatus on a positive note after this weekend.

6Sports video: Border War leaves one wounded

6Sports recaps the action from Saturdays' KU football loss against the Missouri Tigers.

KU Basketball Notebook: Owens still Kansas fan

Green also impressed with latest version of Jayhawks

No longer involved directly with basketball, Ted Owens still likes to watch a game or two in person or on TV. The 73-year-old Owens especially likes watching Kansas, the program he directed to a 348-182 mark as head coach from 1964 to 1983.

Mangino has 'great admiration' for Snyder

There's no love lost between Kansas University and Kansas State, but the football coaches of those Sunflower State rivals claim that's not the case in their personal relationship.

KU bowlers open season on the road

Teamwork. Sure, bowling is an individual sport: one person, one ball and ten pins. The one thing that bonds this Kansas team together, however, is the team itself.

KU lucky NU game not on TV

When you're deep in the throes of a rebuilding season, it's OK to count a small blessing as a thank-you-very-much.