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Afternoon

KU guard Merv Lindsay to transfer

Kansas guard Merv Lindsay, a 6-foot-7 freshman from Moreno Valley, Calif., will transfer from KU at the end of the semester, coach Bill Self told the Journal-World in a text message Monday.

Night

Fine finale: KU baseball avoids sweep with Game 3 win

Try as it might, Texas A&M’s baseball team could not hide from Kansas University during Sunday’s series finale at Hoglund Ballpark. Donning camouflage tops and entering the game with two routs of the Jayhawks fresh in their minds, the second-ranked Aggies were beaten from start to finish in a 5-3 loss that represented Kansas University’s best and biggest victory of the season.

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KU football lands oral commitment from St. Louis-area linebacker

A few days ago, the Kansas University football program addressed the present by adding fifth-year senior linebacker Anthony McDonald from Notre Dame. Monday, the Jayhawks again began to look to the future when Kellen Ash, a 6-foot-3, 194-pound linebacker from Parkway South High in Ballwin, Mo., outside of St. Louis, orally committed to Kansas.

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Andrew White officially signs with KU men's basketball

Andrew White, a 6-foot-6 guard from Chester, Va., signed a national letter of intent with the Kansas men's basketball team Monday afternoon during a ceremony in Charlottesville, Va.

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KU guard Merv Lindsay to transfer

Kansas guard Merv Lindsay, a 6-foot-7 freshman from Moreno Valley, Calif., will transfer from KU at the end of the semester, coach Bill Self told the Journal-World in a text message Monday.

Man convicted in KU ticket scandal wants a year shaved off his federal prison sentence

A former Kansas Athletics Inc. consultant convicted for his role in the Kansas University ticket scandal is asking a judge to shave a year off his 46-month federal prison sentence, according to court records.

How former Jayhawks fared (April 16)

Here's a look at how former Kansas University players fared in NBA games of April 15.