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Henry brothers close to making decision; father says no visit to Kentucky, but later says visit on tap

Xavier and C.J. Henry are close to making a decision concerning where they'll play basketball next season, Carl Henry, father of the basketball playing brothers said Monday morning.

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Henry brothers close to making decision; father says no visit to Kentucky, but later says visit on tap

Xavier and C.J. Henry are close to making a decision concerning where they'll play basketball next season, Carl Henry, father of the basketball playing brothers said Monday morning.

Kansas baseball trounces Tech

Kansas University salvaged the final game of its baseball series at Texas Tech.

KU rowing snares pair of thirds

Kansas University rowing took third in the Second Varsity Eight race and third in the Varsity Four race at the annual Southern Intercollegiate Rowing Association regatta on Sunday. Kansas had all five boats qualify on Saturday to take place in the grand finals Sunday.

Maryland pursuing Stephenson

Maryland coach Gary Williams had an in-home visit with Kansas University recruiting target Lance Stephenson.

Kansas women’s golf 9th at Buckeye

KU's women's golf team placed ninth at the Lady Buckeye Invitational.

KU men’s golf finishes in 12th

Kansas' men's golf placed 12th at the Aggie Invitational.

Kansas signee dazzles

Prep Robinson returns to old haunt, has solid showcase

Thomas Robinson, who grew up in Washington, D.C., but elected to play his final year of high school basketball in New Hampshire, concluded his prep career back in his hometown Saturday night. “It was fun. My family finally got to see me play. There were probably 20 to 30 (friends and family) there,” said Robinson, a future Kansas University power forward.

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KU tennis falls to A&M

Yuliana Svistun provided the only singles victory on the day for Kansas University’s tennis team, and the Jayhawks fell to 35th-ranked Texas A&M, 6-1, on Senior Day on Sunday at First Serve Tennis Center.

KU softball tumbles to UT, 3-2

Kansas University’s seventh-inning rally fell short, and the Jayhawks suffered a 3-2 Big 12 softball setback Sunday to Texas to give the Longhorns a sweep of the weekend series.