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U.S. Summit coach Goolsby ‘honored’

L.J. Goolsby, who as head coach of KC Run GMC (formerly Pump N Run) the last 13 years has established himself as one of the top youth basketball coaches in the country, this week tries to turn a star-studded group of blue-chip high school basketball players into a true team. By Gary Bedore

Kansas football assistant Likens takes liking to role

Speaking for the first time since the news surfaced that Kansas University football coach David Beaty would be taking over play-calling duties this season, offensive coordinator Rob Likens sounded a lot more like a man appreciative of an opportunity than disappointed about a demotion. By Matt Tait

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Mitch Lightfoot included in All-Star contest

Future Kansas University basketball forward Mitch Lightfoot, a 6-foot-8, 217-pound senior from Gilbert Christian High School in Arizona, has accepted an invitation to play in the Ball is Life All-America game April 30, at Long Beach City College in California. By Gary Bedore

Kansas baseball thumped, 18-11

Kansas University committed four errors and surrendered 18 hits in an 18-11 nonconference baseball loss to No. 16-ranked Missouri State on Wednesday.

Relays pole vault officially slated for parking lot

Kansas University officially announced Wednesday that the Street Pole Vault Exhibition will be held in conjunction with the Kansas Relays.

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Kansas football assistant Likens takes liking to role

Speaking for the first time since the news surfaced that Kansas University football coach David Beaty would be taking over play-calling duties this season, offensive coordinator Rob Likens sounded a lot more like a man appreciative of an opportunity than disappointed about a demotion. By Matt Tait

Tease photo

U.S. Summit coach Goolsby ‘honored’

L.J. Goolsby, who as head coach of KC Run GMC (formerly Pump N Run) the last 13 years has established himself as one of the top youth basketball coaches in the country, this week tries to turn a star-studded group of blue-chip high school basketball players into a true team. By Gary Bedore

Tom Keegan: Kansas WR coach Phillips’ résumé loaded

Jason Phillips, Kansas University's first-year wide receivers coach, is on the low-key side and doesn’t reference the big names and accomplishments of his football career unless you introduce them into conversation. By Tom Keegan

How former Jayhawks fared in NBA games of April 6, 2016

How former Kansas University players fared in NBA games of April 6, 2016.