Stories for March 3, 2006


Lead stories

6Sports video: Kansas basketball ready for in state rival

The domination is over. It ended on January 14, when the Kansas State men beat the Kansas men for the first time since 1994. KU had won 31 straight basketball games against its in state rival. Saturday in Manhattan, the two teams will meet for the second time this year. The Wildcats have never beaten the Jayhawks at Bramlage Coliseum.

6Sports video: Kansas baseball wins home opener

It was home opener day for the Kansas baseball team Friday afternoon. The Jayhawks played their first game of the 2006 season at Hoglund Ballpark. The Jayhawks defeated their opponent, the Western Illinois Leathernecks, 5-4.

Kemp named to Big 12 First Team

Hallman receives Honorable Mention honors

Oklahoma coach Sherri Coale was chosen Big 12 Coach of the Year while Baylor's Sophia Young was honored as Big 12 Player of the Year, highlighting the 2005-06 Phillips 66 All-Big 12 Conference Women's Basketball Awards. Kansas University senior Crystal Kemp was voted to the 10-player First Team, while fellow Jayhawks Erica Hallman was named Honorable Mention.

Jayhawks preparing for home opener

t's still winter, technically. But Lawrence's unseasonably warm start to March is about to get even more spring-like thanks to the crackling of aluminum bats.

Kansas seeking revival

Kansas University's softball team will be hoping to bounce back when the Jayhawks compete this weekend in the Tulsa, Okla., Invitational.

Faulty farewell

K-State runs wild as Jayhawk seniors flop in home finale

Crystal Kemp had pregame jitters. Kaylee Brown had a bum ankle. Erica Hallman never found the range.

Woodling: Always giving the shaft

When it comes to mass quantities, I didn't think anyone could top the Kansas Sports Hall of Fame.

Former Jayhawk to lead St. Pat's Parade

Cliff McDonald, a longtime Lawrence resident and former Kansas University football and basketball player, will be the grand marshal of the 19th annual Lawrence St. Patrick's Day Parade.

K-State highest priority

Still, Jayhawks happy for shot at Big 12 title

In his role as Kansas University basketball student assistant, Moulaye Niang is in close contact with the Jayhawk players each and every day.

Kansas basketball notebook

Big 12 Tourney info