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Stories for April 5, 2009

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Early Morning

Good with the bad

Off day comes at wrong time

Everybody has a bad day at the office now and then. Danielle McCray had one Saturday.

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Kansas soccer ties, falls in exhibition

Kansas soccer tied Marquette, 1-all, and fell to St. Louis, 1-0.

Team makes strides, wins over fans

In sports, fan bases don’t grow overnight. It simply doesn’t happen. Except that it just did.

KU rowers shine in Varsity Fours

Kansas rowing won the First Varsity Four and Open Four races against Texas.

KU softball run-rules Texas Tech, 10-0

Liz Kocon hit two home runs, and Kansas University softball routed Texas Tech, 10-0, in six innings.

Tease photo

Good with the bad

Off day comes at wrong time

Everybody has a bad day at the office now and then. Danielle McCray had one Saturday.

Tease photo

Jayhawks draw a packed house

Record crowd cheers on team in loss

It might have been a different basketball team in a different tournament from what most Jayhawk fans were accustomed to cheering for this time of year. But that didn’t stop a huge crowd from pouring into Allen Fieldhouse on Saturday afternoon to watch Kansas University play the University of South Florida in the championship game of the Women’s National Invitation Tournament.

Jayhawks make strides, win fans

In sports, fan bases don’t grow overnight. It simply doesn’t happen. Except that it just did.

It’s UNC-Michigan State, Part II

Michigan State has been itching for this do-over since December.

WNIT notebook

Saturday’s announced attendance of 16,113 fans easily eclipsed the previous KU women’s record of 13,352 established in 1994 in a regular-season game against Colorado.