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Victory valedictorian: Tyrel Reed could leave KU as college basketball player with most wins

Now that he has cemented his spot in Kansas University basketball history, senior Tyrel Reed can begin his assault on the rest of college basketball.

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KU baseball coach Ritch Price reaches 500-win mark

Ritch Price didn’t begin coaching for personal accolades. For Price, in his ninth year as Kansas University’s baseball coach, it’s always been about teaching the game he loves to generations of young ballplayers and watching them blossom.

Former KU golfer Gary Woodland to tee off with Tiger Woods

The meteoric rise of former Kansas University golfer Gary Woodland shot upward yet again Tuesday when groupings for this week’s PGA tour event were announced.

KU volleyball names Laura Kuhn new assistant coach

Former Georgia Tech standout Laura Kuhn has been named a volleyball assistant coach for Kansas University, head coach Ray Bechard announced on Tuesday.

KU men’s golf places 10th at National Invitational Tournament in Arizona

Chris Gilbert tied for 26th-place individually to lead Kansas University men’s golf team to a 10th-place finish in the two-day, 15-team National Invitational Tournament, which concluded Tuesday.

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Victory valedictorian: Tyrel Reed could leave KU as college basketball player with most wins

Now that he has cemented his spot in Kansas University basketball history, senior Tyrel Reed can begin his assault on the rest of college basketball.

City of Richmond celebrating double for Spiders, Rams

Rally over here, rally over there, rallies planned all around Richmond as the city embraces having two teams advance to the round of 16 in the NCAA Tournament. Take a bow Richmond and VCU.

Colorado advances to NIT semis

The Colorado Buffaloes turned a snub into a spark, riding the sting of disappointment all the way to Madison Square Garden.

KU softball ranked No. 22 in the Ultimate College Softball Poll

For the first time since 2006, the Kansas University softball team is ranked in the top 25, as the Jayhawks came in at No. 22 in the Ultimate College Softball Poll released on Tuesday.

Bill Self recalls KU's loss to Richmond in 2004

Those pundits penciling in Kansas University’s basketball team as an automatic winner against unheralded Richmond on Friday in San Antonio may be forgetting one thing.

Path to Final Four not easy for KU

Call me stupid — it wouldn’t be the first time — but I never have understood the cliché that goes something like this: “The bracket really has opened up.” It becomes a fashionable phrase whenever multiple low seeds advance to the same regional site.

Agent: Mike Anderson, Missouri seeking contract extension

Missouri coach Mike Anderson’s agent says he is negotiating a new contract with the school amid continued reports that Arkansas is trying to lure him away.