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Fast out of the gate

KU’s Kratovil in second place after decathlon’s first day

There was no snow, and winds were not unbearably heavy, so in that regard, Wednesday was a good day to be a competitor in the Kansas Relays in the eyes of KU decathlete Corbin Kratovil.

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Streaking KU baseball visits Texas Tech

The KU baseball team is off to Lubbock, Texas, to face the Texas Tech Red Raiders.

Send us your Kansas Relays photos, memories

The 82nd running of the Kansas Relays is underway now and KUsports.com is looking for your photos from this year and year's past, as well as any memories you may have at the relays.

KU women sign guard

Rhea Codio, a 5-foot-8 guard from Independence Community College, on Wednesday signed a letter of intent to play basketball at Kansas University, coach Bonnie Henrickson announced.

Aldrich, McCray honored

Kansas University basketball players Cole Aldrich and Danielle McCray were honored Wednesday by the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA) with its annual All-American Strength and Conditioning Athlete of the Year Award.

Henry UK visit April 25-26

Basketball recruits Xavier Henry and his brother, C.J., plan on visiting Kentucky the weekend of April 25-26, the players’ father, Carl Henry, told the Lexington Herald-Leader on Wednesday. The two players, who have been released from the Memphis letters-of-intent, also have KU and Memphis on their list. Carl Henry has told Rivals.com Memphis likely is not an option.

WR commits to KU

Ricki Herod Jr., a Class of 2010 wide receiver, told Rivals.com on Wednesday he made a non-binding verbal commitment to attend Kansas on a football scholarship.

Goodrich cleared

Kansas University women’s basketball freshman guard Angel Goodrich was medically cleared Wednesday for full participation following nearly six months of rehabilitation after having knee surgery in October of 2008 for a torn anterior cruciate ligament in her left knee.

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Fast out of the gate

KU’s Kratovil in second place after decathlon’s first day

There was no snow, and winds were not unbearably heavy, so in that regard, Wednesday was a good day to be a competitor in the Kansas Relays in the eyes of KU decathlete Corbin Kratovil.

Prices set for KU in K.C.

Prices have been set for Kansas University’s baseball game against Missouri on April 22 at Kauffman Stadium in Kansas City, Mo. Tickets for students are $7 on April 22. KU students typically get into Hoglund Ballpark for free with a valid KUID.

KU satisfactory in latest APR report

Kansas University on Wednesday released its 2008 Academic Progress Rate statistics, and for the first time since its inception during the 2003-04 academic year, each of the school’s 18 athletic programs earned satisfactory marks from the NCAA.