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Senior Night came quickly for Kansas trio

The look in his eye and expression on his face said it for him, but Kansas senior Frank Mason III decided to go ahead and attach the words anyway. By Matt Tait

Night

Notebook: Jayhawks keep business as usual after Big 12 outright title; Bill Walton meets with team

There were no trophies, no hugs and smiles, no celebratory video and, really, no hubbub at all. By Matt Tait

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KU women golfers lead Arizona tourney

Kansas women’s golfer Chomchana Phuchanbanchob fired rounds of 68 and 73 to tie for second place after two rounds Sunday at the Westbrook Spring Invitational in Peoria, Ariz.

Reid propels KU softball

Sophomore pitcher Alexis Reid pitched her third complete game of the weekend, and junior Jessie Roane and senior Lily Behrmann homered as Kansas’ softball team defeated Alabama A&M, 5-1, on Sunday in the Cardinal Classic at Beaumont, Texas.

Jayhawks swept at Stanford

Stanford completed a three-game sweep of Kansas’ baseball team with a 4-2 victory Sunday in Stanford, Calif.

Future KU golfer wins tournament

Kansas women’s golf signee Sera Tadokoro, who will join the Jayhawk roster in the fall of 2017, won the Georgia Open at Savannah, Ga., on Sunday as part of the International Junior Golf Tour.

Kansas-West Virginia women's basketball preview

Here's a look at Monday night's Kansas-West Virginia women's basketball game.

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Brought up on Kansas basketball, walk-on Tyler Self prepared for only start

While obviously not as intricately involved as his father, Tyler, since the elder Self became KU’s head coach nearly 14 years ago, has felt as much a member of the KU basketball family as anyone. It gives the walk-on guard a unique outlook ahead of Monday’s home finale versus Oklahoma (8 p.m., ESPN), which doubles as Senior Night for Tyler, Frank Mason III and Landen Lucas. By Benton Smith

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Senior Night came quickly for Kansas trio

The look in his eye and expression on his face said it for him, but Kansas senior Frank Mason III decided to go ahead and attach the words anyway. By Matt Tait

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Gameday Breakdown: KU basketball vs. Oklahoma

A look at some of the keys for Kansas in Monday's Senior Night extravaganza against Oklahoma at Allen Fieldhouse. By Matt Tait

Kansas tennis falls to Vols

Sophomore Anastasia Rychagova and freshman Maria Toren Ribes won their third-straight doubles match for Kansas, but Tennessee won the doubles point and added three singles wins to defeat KU’s women’s tennis team, 4-0, on Saturday in Las Vegas.