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Stories for March 25, 2019

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Key Jayhawks not focused on discussing their futures at Kansas

Salt Lake City — For a program like Kansas basketball, the end of the season brings with it questions about the future of the roster, the stay-or-go dilemma for KU’s future pros and the prospects of what the next group — in this case the 2019-2020 team — might look like in the very near future. By Matt Tait

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KU women's golf inks third signee for 2019-20

The Kansas women's golf teamed officially announced the addition of a third signee for its 2019-20 class Monday afternoon. The Jayhawks inked Rivani Sihotang, who is from from Depok, Indonesia.

KU senior Charlie Hillier leading by two strokes entering final round

After tying a career day to the start the tournament on Sunday, senior Charlie Hillier matched his round one total of 5-under par to lead Kansas men's golf Monday in the second round.

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Former Kansas LB Joe Dineen aiming to prove detractors wrong at pro day

College football’s FBS leader in solo tackles in each of his final two seasons at the University of Kansas, Joe Dineen was vexed. The NFL invited 337 prospects this year to attend its annual scouting combine in Indianapolis, and the Jayhawks’ first-team All-Big 12 linebacker didn’t make the cut. By Benton Smith

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Topeka QB Da'Vonshai Harden Jr. commits to KU football

As head coach Les Miles and his Kansas football staff continue building for the program’s future, the Jayhawks’ 2020 recruiting class picked up another offensive addition on Monday. Da’Vonshai Harden Jr., a standout dual-threat quarterback at Topeka High, announced on Twitter his intentions to join KU. By Benton Smith