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Newman will make choice public today

Former Mississippi State guard Malik Newman, who made an official recruiting visit to Kansas University on Tuesday and Wednesday, is expected to announce his transfer destination today.

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Self says summer ‘serious’ time

Kansas University’s basketball players can work up quite a sweat during the two hours of official practice time per week that’s allotted by the NCAA while summer school is in session. By Gary Bedore

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KU athletes at Olympic qualifiers

With the start of the Rio Olympics just five weeks away, current and former Kansas University track and field athletes are ready to flock to their respective national team trials to take on their final hurdle to achieving their Olympic dreams.

ITA Summer Circuit returns

For the sixth consecutive year Kansas University will host the Intercollegiate Tennis Association’s (ITA) 2016 ITA Summer Circuit. The tournament is being held at the Jayhawk Tennis Center located at 5200 Clinton Parkway. Matches will run July 16-18.

KU volleyball sets non-conference slate

Kansas University’s Final Four volleyball team will open the regular season on the road at the Bulldog Invitational in Starkville, Miss. The season begins Sept. 2 with host Mississippi State, followed by a Saturday doubleheader against Eastern Washington and Lamar.

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Newman will make choice public today

Former Mississippi State guard Malik Newman, who made an official recruiting visit to Kansas University on Tuesday and Wednesday, is expected to announce his transfer destination today.

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Beaty preaching optimism to team, fans

During the past couple of months, Kansas University football coach David Beaty continued his quest to mingle with supporters outside of the immediate area, visiting Denver, Tulsa, and various spots around the state to meet with KU fans and hear their questions, concerns and support for the rebuilding program. By Matt Tait

Lawrence swimmer Andrew 76th at Trials

Lawrence’s Michael Andrew finished 76th in prelims for the men’s 100-meter freestyle on Wednesday at the U.S. Olympic Trials at CenturyLink Center.

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Self says summer ‘serious’ time

Kansas University’s basketball players can work up quite a sweat during the two hours of official practice time per week that’s allotted by the NCAA while summer school is in session. By Gary Bedore