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KU baseball can't complete sweep

Jayhawks fall 8-3 to Cardinal in Game 3

After winning the first two games of its three game series, Kansas University's baseball team could not complete the sweep of No. 8 Stanford, falling 8-3 at Sunken Diamond Sunday in Palo Alto, Calif.

Chesang, Battle record strong finishes at ISU Classic

Benson Chesang finished second Saturday in the 3,000-meter run as the Kansas University men's and women's track and field teams wrapped up their performances at the ISU Classic.

Jayhawks go deep to down Cardinal

Ryne Price and Buck Afenir each hit two-run homers in a four-run fourth inning Saturday as the Kansas University baseball team knocked off No. 8 Stanford, 5-4, to earn its second straight victory over the Cardinal.

Solo blast drops KU

Laura Durham connected for a solo home run in the top of the fifth inning Saturday to lead the Houston softball team to a 1-0 victory over Kansas University at the Wilson/DeMarini Invitational.

Keegan: Chalmers can take the heat

Long before the trash-talking escalated in Kansas University's 88-75 Saturday afternoon victory over Iowa State, the loudest, angriest words had been spoken by a man wearing sneakers and a suit and tie.

KU loses late - again

Another game, another tough-to-stomach loss for Kansas University's crumbling women's basketball team.

Notebook

Kansas University freshman Julian Wright was knocked in the ribs and was forced to leave the game for a spell the second half.

Solo blast drops KU

Laura Durham connected for a solo home run in the top of the fifth inning Saturday to lead the Houston softball team to a 1-0 victory over Kansas University at the Wilson/DeMarini Invitational.

KU loses late -- again

Another game, another tough-to-stomach loss for Kansas University's crumbling women's basketball team.

KU weathers blow

Jayhawks take ISU's best shot

Russell Robinson might want to wear shoulder pads the next time Kansas University and Iowa State meet in men's basketball.

KU freshmen 'really good'

Without looking at the box score, Kansas University coach Bill Self was able to accurately rattle off the combined points, rebounds and assists of his three freshmen starters after Saturday's 88-75 victory over a fiery Iowa State team.

ISU cries foul over foul calls

KU shoots 32 charities to 12 for Cyclones

A hack here, thwack there and whacks seemingly everywhere, and Kansas University basketball fans were able to take full advantage of the wheat-waving tradition.