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KU women hold off ISU

Hallman hits free throw in final seconds

Kansas University's women's basketball team defeated Iowa State, 65-64, Saturday afternoon at a raucous Allen Fieldhouse when senior guard Erica Hallman connected on a free throw with five seconds left.

Mangino promotes 2 assistants

Kansas University football coach Mark Mangino continues to move assistants up the coaching ladder while working on swallowing the loss of Dave Doeren.

Jayhawks now 3-0 in baseball

Kansas University scored six runs over the final three innings to rally to an 8-3 baseball victory Friday night over Hawaii-Hilo.

Keegan: Kivisto assists KU again

Tom Kivisto holds the Kansas University single-game assist record. You don't get 18 assists without being able to see the whole picture in front of you, reading it properly and making the right decision.

6News sports video: Kansas Tennis team hits the road for a mountain west showdown

The Kansas Tennis team hits the road for a mountain west showdown with Utah on Saturday. KU won its last match, 7-0 against Drake. Hawks won every singles match with the Bulldogs in straight sets.

6Sports video: KU and Oklahoma ranked 5-2 in Big 12 Conference

KU has a big challenge ahead of them. On Sunday the Jayhawks return to the Fieldhouse to take on the Oklahoma. Both teams are 5-2 in Big 12 conference play. Moody predicts a tough and tight match against the Sooners.

Rush leaning toward return -- for now

If Brandon Rush had to decide today, he likely would choose another year of college over the NBA.

Rush leaning toward return - for now

If Brandon Rush had to decide today, he likely would choose another year of college over the NBA.

Kansas softball coming together

It's more than practice now, and that's what excites shortstop Destiny Frankenstein the most.

Dangerous ISU awaits

While it's not too late to make a run in conference, Kansas University's women's basketball coach Bonnie Henrickson knows today's 1 p.m. matchup with Iowa State is as good a time as any for the team to get out of its league-play funk.