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Mario Little making strides in red-shirt campaign

Ten pounds lighter — and a heck of a lot healthier than a year ago — Mario Little has made quite an impression at Kansas University basketball workouts during the 2009-10 season.

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So close again: KU women lose another heartbreaker to ranked team

Carolyn Davis summed it up in 14 words. “They played like a ranked team that didn’t want to lose,” Davis said, “and we didn’t.”

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Tourney implications on line for KU women vs. Iowa St.

On the plus side is a positive RPI. A negative, however, is the brutal remaining schedule.

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Mario Little making strides in red-shirt campaign

Ten pounds lighter — and a heck of a lot healthier than a year ago — Mario Little has made quite an impression at Kansas University basketball workouts during the 2009-10 season.

KU swimming in third

Kansas University’s 200 medley relay team of Iuliia Kuzhil, Joy Bunting, Abigail Anderson and Amanda Maez placed third in an NCAA qualifying time of 1:39.35 on Wednesday at the Big 12 swim championships.

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Jerry Waugh’s insight on hoops, life leaves lasting impact at FSHS

More than 50 years ago, Jerry Waugh stood in a gym named after his college coach and taught one of the game’s giants how to play basketball. Today, Waugh, 83, can be found in a high school gymnasium, coaching much smaller players who go by the names Tia, Regan, Amber and Taylor.

KU basketball notebook

Kansas University’s Sherron Collins and Cole Aldrich were named to the 30-player Naismith Trophy Midseason Candidates list, the Atlanta Tipoff Club announced Wednesday.