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Easy, breezy: KU’s Stigler wins 400 hurdles, MOP title at Relays

Confident U.S. Olympic hurdles contender Michael Stigler didn’t let 30 mph wind gusts bother him Saturday during his first-ever race at Rock Chalk Park. By Gary Bedore

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Starting over: Change of scenery, offense seem to suit KU receiver Harwell

Last May, Miami (Ohio) University wide receiver Nick Harwell chose to transfer to Kansas University because the change of scenery offered him a fresh start in a familiar offense. Today, the senior who sat out the 2013-14 season because of transfer rules finds himself starting over. By Matt Tait

KU tennis falls to K-State, 6-1

Kansas State handed Kansas University’s women’s tennis team a 6-1 loss Saturday in the Jayhawks’ Big 12 regular-season finale.

KU golfers 4th at Buckeye

Kansas University’s women’s golf team ended the first day of the Lady Buckeye Invitational in a tie for fourth place, led by sophomore Yupaporn Kawinpakorn’s two-round total of 150 on Saturday.

KU baseball falters late, 5-3

Kansas University’s bullpen allowed four runs over the final two innings of a 5-3 Big 12 baseball loss to 13th-ranked Oklahoma State on Saturday at Allie P. Reynolds Stadium.

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Bill Self to visit Texas prep Turner

Kansas University basketball coach Bill Self will meet with blue-chip high school prospect Myles Turner today in Texas, several recruiting sites have reported. By Gary Bedore

Kansas softball drops ‘Cure’ game

In the hours leading up to the Kansas University softball team’s series finale with Texas Tech on Saturday, 6-year-old Cooper Smith Buske took the field at Arrocha Ballpark and threw strike after strike as he got ready. By Benton Smith

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Easy, breezy: KU’s Stigler wins 400 hurdles, MOP title at Relays

Confident U.S. Olympic hurdles contender Michael Stigler didn’t let 30 mph wind gusts bother him Saturday during his first-ever race at Rock Chalk Park. By Gary Bedore

How former Jayhawks fared in NBA playoff games of April 19

Here's a look at how former Kansas University players fared in NBA playoff games of Saturday, April 19.