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Offering no regrets

With draft tonight, Aldrich, Collins content at Kansas

The 2009 NBA Draft has been called one of the weakest in many years. “Just lousy or all-time terrible?” blared a headline on NBAdraft.net, in advance of tonight’s draft at New York’s Madison Square Garden, an event that will include no Kansas University players.

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KU pitcher Walz named to Team USA

Kansas University pitcher T.J. Walz, who recently completed his sophomore season for the Jayhawks, became the first KU baseball player ever to make a U.S. National Team after being named to the team's 22-man 2009 roster this week.

Tourney special for Lew

All my life I’ve been fascinated by look-alikes.

New KU softball coach introduced

Four years ago, when Western Carolina inaugurated an intercollegiate softball program, the school tapped new Kansas University coach Megan Smith for the start-up job.

Powers eliminated

After earning a spot in match play by advancing from a playoff, Kansas University senior-to-be Emily Powers lost in the first round of the U.S. Women’s Amateur Public Links on Wednesday.

KU Athletics hires risk management AD

Lori Williams, director of academic review at the NCAA Eligibility Center, has been named associate athletic director for risk management by Kansas Athletics Inc.

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Offering no regrets

With draft tonight, Aldrich, Collins content at Kansas

The 2009 NBA Draft has been called one of the weakest in many years. “Just lousy or all-time terrible?” blared a headline on NBAdraft.net, in advance of tonight’s draft at New York’s Madison Square Garden, an event that will include no Kansas University players.