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Kleinmann headed to ‘enemy territory’

Matt Kleinmann will continue his education at Washington University in — gasp! — Missouri.

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Former Oklahoma great Tisdale dies at 44

Wayman Tisdale, a three-time All-American at Oklahoma who played 12 seasons in the NBA, has died after a two-year battle with cancer. He was 44. Tisdale died about 8 a.m. Friday at St. John Medical Center in Tulsa, hospital spokeswoman Joy McGill said.

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Kleinmann headed to ‘enemy territory’

Matt Kleinmann will continue his education at Washington University in — gasp! — Missouri.

Free State’s Kilwein to run with KU

There will be no rest for the sidewalks and streets of Lawrence.

Chapple named MVP of Jayhawks' softball

Val Chapple was named MVP of the Kansas softball team.

KU’s Afenir named Bench semifinalist

KU's Buck Afenir is one of 13 semifinalists for the Johnny Bench Award.

KU baseball team eager to face Kansas State

If the Kansas University coaching staff can take solace in one thing heading into the final weekend of the 2009 regular season, it’s that their jobs should be relatively easy-going: No need to spend too much time devising inspirational pep talks or digging too deeply into the bag of motivational tricks.

Six KU baseball players on all-academic team

Kansas University placed six players on the Academic All-Big 12 teams.

Kansas State names AD

John Currie will be Kansas State’s next athletic director, inheriting a department whose major sports programs have fallen behind those of archrival Kansas.

Kansas golfer Powers in FUTURES event

KU's Emily Powers will play in the Mercedes-Benz of Kansas City Golf Championship.