Stories for May 18, 2008


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6Sports video: KU's baseball season ends in Manhattan

The Kansas baseball team still had the ability to control its own destiny on Sunday, taking on Kansas State.

KU baseball loses season finale, 11-10

The Kansas University baseball team's 2008 season ended in cruel fashion, when a bases-loaded beanball drove in the winning run in Kansas State's 11-10 victory Sunday at Tointon Stadium.

Sultanova wins title

Kansas University's Kate Sultanova claimed her second Big 12 Conference title in the pole vault Saturday at the Big 12 Championships.

Playoffs seen as likely

Here's a ray of hope for college football fans bummed by the recent rejection of the plus-one model to determine a national champion.

KU rowing winds down

Kansas University's rowing team placed one boat - the Novice Eight - high enough Saturday to advance to today's Petite Finals at the South-Central Regionals.

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A walk to remember: 4 to graduate

Sasha Kaun, who spoke just a handful of words of English upon arriving in this country seven years ago, will receive a computer-science degree today from Kansas University.

Jayhawk's brother arrested

Former USC star charged with battery near Lawrence bar

Lodrick Schron Stewart, 24, was arrested and charged with battery following an incident early Saturday morning, police said.

USC signs Coliseum lease

Southern California has signed a new 25-year lease that will keep the Trojans' football team in the Los Angeles Coliseum and include improvements in the stadium.

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Running out of chances

KU still controls destiny despite loss

Kansas University's baseball team tripped over its own shoelaces once again on its way to the finish line. Still, the Jayhawks aren't out of this thrilling race. Quite the opposite, in fact.