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<strong>FINAL:</strong> KU women advance to WNIT final with 75-72 victory over Illinois State

Danielle McCray scored 31 points; Jayhawks will take on South Florida at 1 p.m. Saturday at Allen Fieldhouse.

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Briscoe still being held out of KU practice

Almost a week after Kansas University football coach Mark Mangino revealed that receiver Dezmon Briscoe had been suspended from the team indefinitely, the coach acknowledged Wednesday that the sophomore receiver still hadn’t received clearance to practice with the team.

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FINAL: KU women advance to WNIT final with 75-72 victory over Illinois State

Danielle McCray scored 31 points; Jayhawks will take on South Florida at 1 p.m. Saturday at Allen Fieldhouse.

Recruit Henry’s dad: KU in the mix

The Henry family is scheduled to meet at 6 p.m. today in Oklahoma City to discuss the futures of basketball-playing brothers Xavier and C.J. Henry.

KU ends athletic ticket discounts for faculty and staff, citing budget concerns

The days of discounted athletic tickets for Kansas University faculty and staff are at least temporarily over while KU battles a tightening budget.

Lawrence No. 2 on list of "great college basketball towns to visit"

Lawrence ranks among five “great college basketball towns to visit,” according to CNN.com.

Tickets on sale for KU-Illinois State women's NIT game tonight

Tickets are available for Wednesday night's WNIT semifinal game between Kansas University's women's basketball team against Illinois State at 7 p.m. at Allen Fieldhouse.

Jayhawks take on Illinois St. in WNIT semis

They say Danielle McCray does it all for Kansas University’s women’s basketball team. Yet Kristi Cirone may do even more for Illinois State than McCray does for the Jayhawks.

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Danielle and the Miracles

Kansas junior in midst of sizzling streak

For the most part, no one can quite put a finger on what has gotten into Kansas University junior Danielle McCray lately. People try, of course.

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Prep star delays decision

Stephenson to wait; Henry now available

Lance Stephenson, who had planned on revealing his college choice at the start of Tuesday’s McDonald’s All-America game Media Day session, instead put his decision on hold.

Wagon still has room

It seemed like a good idea to Kansas women’s basketball star Danielle McCray at the time, so she told sky-walking Aishah Sutherland, a 6-foot-2 freshman from Perris, Calif., to dunk the ball during halftime warmups Monday night in Albuquerque.

Walkoff homer propels Kansas

t wasn’t exactly the performance Ritch Price hoped for, but the Kansas University baseball coach will certainly take it.