Friday, August 10, 2012

Kansas women’s schedule revealed


Kansas University’s women’s basketball team will meet Kansas State in its Big 12 Conference opener on Jan. 2 in Allen Fieldhouse, the league has announced. Here is KU’s women’s schedule for the 2012-13 season:

Oct. 28: Washburn, TBA

Nov. 4: Fort Hays State, TBA

Nov. 11: Idaho State, TBA

Nov. 14: SE Missouri State, TBA

Nov. 18: Wake Forest, TBA

Nov. 25: at Creighton, TBA

Nov. 28: Grambling, TBA

Dec. 2: Minnesota, TBA

Dec. 6: at Arkansas, TBA

Dec. 16: Prairie View A&M;, TBA

Dec. 21: at California, TBA

Jan. 2: Kansas State, TBA

Jan. 5: at West Virginia, TBA

Jan. 8: at Oklahoma State, TBA

Jan. 12: Baylor, TBA

Jan. 19: at Texas Tech, TBA

Jan. 23: Texas, TBA

Jan. 26: Oklahoma State, TBA

Jan. 30: Iowa State, TBA

Feb. 2: at Kansas State, TBA

Feb. 6: at Baylor, TBA

Feb. 9: West Virginia, TBA

Feb. 13: at TCU, TBA

Feb. 17: Oklahoma, TBA

Feb. 20: at Texas, TBA

Feb. 24: Texas Tech, TBA

Feb. 27: at Iowa State, TBA

March 2: at Oklahoma, TBA

March 5: TCU, TBA

March 8-11: Big 12 championships, Dallas.


KGphoto 5 years, 11 months ago

Yikes! Crickets.

C'mon people, they had a sweet sixteen season last year and they're returning almost everyone! I wouldn't be surprised if they get a pre-season ranking and a couple of nods for individual awards.

This year's senior night will be the biggest in a long time. Maybe ever.

Angel Goodrich Carolyn Davis Monica Engleman Tanya Jackson

Have a dream season ladies! Final Four!

TheGiftedOne 5 years, 11 months ago

Yea I'm excited for the season... losing A&M should open up a few more winnable games for the ladies in conference play. AG stands to be preseason first team All-Big XII along with Carolyn Davis. Word from the grape vine says that Monica has rededicated herself them summer and aims for a big senior year. CeCe, Tania Jackson, Natalie Knight, and Asia Boyd figure to battle it out for the other starting positions and provide a solid bench. So there... a little preview for everyone.

kubiggestfan 5 years, 11 months ago

I hope so too, but west Virginia is definitely no slouch of a team. They are a good team, and tcu is really growing into their own. The ladies are primed to make a good run, but once again we must realize that it was a collective team effort that got them far last season. Go Jayhawks

Waylon Cook 5 years, 11 months ago

we shouldnt have been in the tourney.

then we get the worlds best seed EVER!

we get to the SS and I still was thinking Bonnie would get canned. That should say something about how she coaches!

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