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KU freshman golfer tied for seventh

Playing as an individual, Kansas freshman Yi-Tsen Chou finished the first round of the Cardinal Cup tied for seventh overall after she shot a career-best 75 on Sunday.

KU rowers win in Jamboree

Kansas rowers Kaelyn Thierolf and Olivia Loney won the open pair, double and singles race Sunday in the Jayhawk Jamboree on Sunday with a time of 15:53.31.

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Tom Keegan: Kansas defense among best in Big 12

Kansas' defense statistically ranks among the best in the Big 12 and it all starts up front, where all-conference-worthy sophomores Daniel Wise and Dorance Armstrong already have developed into disruptive forces.

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Jayhawks make strong impression on 2017 PG Trae Young during weekend visit

The Kansas men's basketball program definitely put its best foot forward during a weekend visit from Class of 2017 point guard Trae Young. By Matt Tait

KU soccer stuns No. 24 Baylor

The Kansas soccer team scored two goals in the final 12 minutes and upset No. 24 Baylor, 3-1, on Sunday at Betty Lou Mays Field.

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David Beaty: Offense looked better, but Jayhawks aren't scoring enough

The 250 passing yards and season-high 204 rushing yards posted in a loss to Oklahoma State allowed David Beaty to call his offense an improved product this week. The reality of life in the Big 12, though, meant the University of Kansas football coach could hardly characterize the effort as a success. By Benton Smith

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How did player KU banished for alleged sexual assaults make it onto another D-1 team? New information reveals possibilities

Transfer school has since added safeguards; KU says student was allowed to withdraw in lieu of expulsion but that it’s not responsible for him joining new team

A University of Kansas football player who KU kicked off campus for allegedly sexually assaulting two women followed his former coach to another NCAA Division I football team. It appears that happened without the knowledge of the new school’s top athletics officials, though it’s unclear exactly what — if any — university policy lapses enabled it. In new court filings, KU says its actions aren’t to blame for the banished player’s ability to join the other school’s team. The school the player transferred to has since kicked him off the team, disciplined the coach and changed admission procedures to prevent something similar from happening again.