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Stories for March 29, 2010

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Cole Aldrich going pro: Junior center leaving KU to enter NBA Draft

Walt Aldrich was watching highlights of his son’s news conference Monday afternoon in his home in Bloomington, Minn., when his beeper went off.

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How Keegan voted — AP All-America teams

The following is Journal-World sports editor Tom Keegan's ballot for the Associated Press All-America teams.

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Collins, Aldrich earn AP All-America status

Collins named to second team; Aldrich third-team selection

Kansas senior guard Sherron Collins and junior center Cole Aldrich both earned Associated Press All-American status Monday.

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Cole Aldrich going pro: Junior center leaving KU to enter NBA Draft

Walt Aldrich was watching highlights of his son’s news conference Monday afternoon in his home in Bloomington, Minn., when his beeper went off.

Kansas baseball outlasts Baylor

Kansas University junior reliever Brett Bochy threw six hitless innings, and senior Robby Price had four hits and a career-high six RBIs as the Jayhawks outlasted Baylor, 12-6 in 14 innings, on Sunday afternoon at Baylor Ballpark.

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Baylor comes up short

Bears exit tourney in bittersweet fashion

Maybe Baylor finally can escape its past, even if the Bears couldn’t cap their breakthrough season with a perfect ending.

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Gill casts his spell on KU football

New Jayhawk era opens with spring drills

Sunday, after nearly three hours on the field for his first official practice with Kansas University’s football team, KU coach Turner Gill had one final test for his troops.

Kansas tennis falls to Nebraska, 5-2

Erin Wilbert was undefeated, but Kansas University’s tennis team fell to Nebraska, 5-2, on Sunday at the Jayhawk Tennis Facility.

Kansas softball thumped by Texas A&M, 10-1

Kansas University’s softball team wrapped up its first Big 12 Conference series of the season with a 10-1 loss at No. 19/17 Texas A&M on Sunday afternoon at the Aggie Softball Complex.

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Taylor gives documentary thumbs up

Kansas University sophomore basketball guard Tyshawn Taylor, who is featured in the documentary film, “The Street Stops Here,” was able to view an advance copy of the 90-minute movie.

OMG! Omigie promising

Sometimes you just get a hunch about a young athlete. Something about the way he carries himself, the intelligence he displays in an interview, the physical gifts he possesses, how seriously he takes his sport. Kansas University receiver Chris Omigie, who red-shirted in 2009 and has four years of eligibility remaining, qualifies.