Stories for May 19, 2008


Lead stories

6Sports video: Wildcat win ends KU baseball season

No celebration today for Rich Price and the Kansas baseball team: in fact, it's quite the opposite. 6Sports reporter Andrew Baker has more.

6Sports video: Magazine ranks KU football #13 in nation

Athlon sports magazine is currently revealing its top 25 teams for the 2008 college football season.

Keegan: Kansas one arm short

The scoreboard showed Kansas University with a one-run lead going into the bottom of the ninth at Kansas State's Tointon Stadium on a sunny Sunday afternoon. To know anything about the state of KU's pitching staff at that point was to know the Jayhawks' surviving the inning qualified as an extreme long shot.

Tease photo

Unhappily ever after

Jayhawks' season comes to abrupt end

The storybook ending was in place - a two-out, two-run home run by Justin Ellrich in the top of the ninth inning that gave Kansas University's baseball team a dramatic one-run lead. The entire KU squad mobbed Ellrich at home plate. The Jayhawks were going wild.

Gary Bedore's KU basketball notebook

Russell Robinson, who started at point guard for Kansas University's 2008 national championship basketball team, has chosen McClaren Sports of Houston as his sports agency.

Pierce lifts Celts in Game 7, 97-92

Paul Pierce hit a shot. Then LeBron James answered. Pierce hit another, and so did James.

Kansas women 4th, men 9th at Big 12 track

Nickesha Anderson broke a 27-year-old Kansas University record and sparked the KU women's track and field team to its best-ever finish in the Big 12 Conference Outdoor Championships.

KU rowing 18th at regional

Kansas University's rowing season ended with an 18th-place finish at the 22-team South-Central Regionals on Sunday.