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FINAL: KU overwhelms Missouri, 77-56

Five KU players scored in double figures as the Jayhawks closed out the regular season with a runaway victory over the Tigers.

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No. 14 Texas A&M women rout KU, 78-54

The Kansas women's basketball team suffered its worst home loss of the season Saturday, falling 78-54 to No. 14 Texas A&M on Senior Night at Allen Fieldhouse.

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FINAL: KU overwhelms Missouri, 77-56

Five KU players scored in double figures as the Jayhawks closed out the regular season with a runaway victory over the Tigers.

KU cross country team earns honor

The Kansas women’s cross country squad earned All-Academic Team honors, it was announced Friday by the U.S. Track and Field and Cross Country Coaches Association.

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Reed big against Missouri

Fathers who coach their sons would do well to follow the blueprint drawn by Stacy Reed, father of Kansas University junior guard Tyrel Reed: Coach him until you can find a better coach for him, and then enjoy watching him play.

KU medley relay team breaks school record

Not only did the Kansas University women’s distance medley relay team turn in its best performance of the season Friday evening at the Alex Wilson Invitational, but the quartet of Rebeka Stowe, Taylor Washington, Cori Christensen and Lauren Bonds recorded the best time in school history.

New KU volleyball assistant named

Former Ball State standout Todd Chamberlain has been named an assistant volleyball coach at Kansas University, coach Ray Bechard announced.

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Mizzou Arena magic

Tigers 16-1 at home this season; KU 2-3 at arena

Recent Kansas University basketball history indicates no lead is safe in Mizzou Arena.

KU women’s golf team in fifth

Junior Meghna Bal shot a 74 in the first round of play at the Duramed/Rio Verde Collegiate to help Kansas University finish day one of the tournament in fifth place.

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KU baseball splits doubleheader with Iowa

After handling the Hawkeyes, 8-1, in the home opener, the Kansas University baseball team did little right in Game 2 of Friday’s doubleheader, which ended with a 5-3 loss to the University of Iowa at Hoglund Ballpark.

Reeling KU women to entertain No. 17 Aggies

Four losses in a row is a tailspin, not a crash dive.