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The biggest winner? Tyrel Reed could become all-time winningest Jayhawk

Born in Kansas and raised as a Kansas University basketball fan, Tyrel Reed now has a chance to become the winningest Jayhawk player of all-time.

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How Keegan voted: Feb. 28, 2011 college basketball poll

The following is Lawrence Journal-World sports editor Tom Keegan's Associated Press college basketball ballot for Feb. 28, 2011.

KU ranked No. 2 in both polls

The Kansas men's basketball team is ranked No. 2 in both national polls released Monday.

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Rodney McGruder and surging K-State top No. 7 Texas 75-70

Kansas State is surging at the right time. Texas, the team that two weeks ago looked unstoppable in the Big 12, is slipping at precisely the wrong one.

KU softball wins UNCG Spartan Classic

Kansas University freshman Kristin Martinez threw a complete-game two-hitter, and the Jayhawks won their third tournament title in three weeks with a 1-0 victory over Minnesota in the championship game of the UNCG Spartan Classic on Sunday.

KU men’s golf 12th in Wyoming Desert Intercollegiate

Alex Gutesha placed 12th individually, and Kansas University men’s golf was 12th in the team standings at the season-opening Wyoming Desert Intercollegiate on Sunday.

KU women’s golf in 10th in Sir Pizza Cards Challenge

Freshman Thanuttra Boonraksasat is tied for 10th place, and Kansas University’s women’s golf team is in 11th place following Sunday’s first round of the Sir Pizza Cards Challenge.

Kansas baseball to play Iowa on Monday

Kansas University’s baseball team — which was forced by bad weather to scrap its weekend games — will face Iowa in a single game at 3 p.m. today at Hoglund Ballpark.

Kansas tennis wins dual with Denver

Ekaterina Morozova’s victory at No. 1 singles clinched a 5-2 victory for Kansas University’s women’s tennis team over Denver on Sunday at the Jayhawk Tennis Facility.

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KU women's basketball team pinch-hits for men at Wilt Chamberlain Clinic

Kansas University’s men’s basketball players had hoped to play host to more than 100 Special Olympians at the 27th-annual Wilt Chamberlain Clinic, held Sunday afternoon in Allen Fieldhouse. Instead, foggy weather prevented the Jayhawks from returning from Norman, Okla. — site of Saturday’s 82-70 victory over the Oklahoma Sooners — until 6:45 p.m. Sunday, several hours after the conclusion of the clinic, which was rescued by KU’s women’s team.

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The biggest winner? Tyrel Reed could become all-time winningest Jayhawk

Born in Kansas and raised as a Kansas University basketball fan, Tyrel Reed now has a chance to become the winningest Jayhawk player of all-time.