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<strong>FINAL:</strong> South Florida takes down KU women in WNIT championship, 75-71

The two teams played in front of a Kansas and Big 12 record announced attendance of 16,113.

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KU’s Self adds to coaching awards

Kansas University’s Bill Self continues to pile up coaching awards for his work during the 2008-09 season.

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KU baseball team shuts out No. 7 Baylor, 6-0

KU right-hander T.J. Walz threw a complete-game shutout, allowing just five baserunners in the Jayhawks' 6-0 victory over No. 7 Baylor on Saturday at Hoglund Ballpark.

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FINAL: South Florida takes down KU women in WNIT championship, 75-71

The two teams played in front of a Kansas and Big 12 record announced attendance of 16,113.

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Jayhawks mindful of pesky Bulls ‘D’

Sometimes basketball statistics can be skewed by nuances like injuries, blowouts and schedule strength.

KU’s Self wins AP coach of year

Kansas coach Bill Self took a long look at the college basketball coach of the year trophy he received Friday from The Associated Press and wondered how he would ever get through airport security on the way home.

Henry wants to go to KU, father says

Things are looking positive for Kansas University in the crazy, ever-changing Xavier Henry sweepstakes.

Jayhawks For a Cure game scheduled

The University of Kansas softball team will help out in the fight against breast cancer when it hosts Oklahoma at 1 p.m. Saturday, April 11, for its Jayhawks For a Cure game.

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Team pulls together in inspiring fashion

KU in history-making game today

Attaching labels is often mere oversimplification. Not when it comes to Kansas University’s women’s basketball season, however.

KU men's hoops notebook

KU coach Bill Self will begin the process of gathering information from NBA sources next Tuesday and then sit down with both Sherron Collins and Cole Aldrich to discuss their plans.

McCray in elite company

Her teammates and coaches call her “D,” as in short for Danielle, not as in short for defense. It’s her offense that makes Danielle McCray a legitimate All-American candidate, heading into next season.

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KU in history-making game today

Attaching labels is often mere oversimplification. Not when it comes to Kansas University’s women’s basketball season, however.

Bears rally past Jayhawks, 8-6

Entering the ninth inning of the Kansas University baseball teams’ matchup with Baylor on Friday, Paul Smyth found himself in prime position to wipe a string of shaky outings from his mind.