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Shock and awe: Jayhawks pummel Wichita State

Kansas University’s baseball team scored 11 runs on a season-high 18 hits, including three each by freshman Ka’iana Eldredge and senior Casey Lytle as the Jayhawks unloaded on Wichita State, 11-2, to complete a sweep of the two-game midweek series Wednesday night at Eck Stadium.

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James Naismith basketball rules exhibit extended at Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art in Kansas City

The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art in Kansas City has extended its display of the "Original Rules of Basket Ball" for two weeks.

2 in KU tickets scheme sent to prison camps

Two conspirators convicted in the theft and sales of Kansas University football and basketball tickets are now in prison, according to federal officials.

Alabama prep to visit Kansas basketball

No. 24 Lacey eager to compare UK, KU

Blue-chip basketball prospect Trevor Lacey, who had spent the last 48 hours on an official recruiting visit to the University of Kentucky, returned to his tornado-ravaged home state of Alabama on Wednesday afternoon.

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Shock and awe: Jayhawks pummel Wichita State

Kansas University’s baseball team scored 11 runs on a season-high 18 hits, including three each by freshman Ka’iana Eldredge and senior Casey Lytle as the Jayhawks unloaded on Wichita State, 11-2, to complete a sweep of the two-game midweek series Wednesday night at Eck Stadium.