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Media pegs KU's Udoka Azubuike as Big 12's top player; Marcus Garrett named to 2nd team

Make it two for two for Kansas senior Udoka Azubuike, who was named the Associated Press Big 12 Player of the Year on Tuesday. And this one was close. By Matt Tait

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KU softball falls to No. 20 Arkansas

Kansas softball was unable to pull off the upset of the No. 20 ranked Arkansas Razorbacks on Tuesday, dropping a 3-2 decision and suffering a 1-0 loss in the midweek doubleheader at Bogle Park.

KU men's golf places 4th at Bandon Dunes Championship

After the final round, the Kansas men’s golf team finished in fourth place and shot 7-over par 859 at the Bandon Dunes Championship on Tuesday. The Jayhawks’ top-five finish marks the fifth of the season.

Kansas baseball falls to Iowa

Kansas baseball (7-9) fell to Iowa (9-5) in the first of a two-game series, 8-0, on Tuesday evening at Duane Banks Field.

Chen claims runner-up at NCAA Championship Qualification

Freshman Jiayu Chen has qualified to compete at the NCAA Championships for the second straight day after finishing fifth overall in the 3-meter dive event at the NCAA Zone D Championships in Dallas, Texas. Chen compiled a 647.10 total score on the day.

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Big 12 Conference announces coronavirus-inspired changes for this week's basketball tournaments

The first signs of the coronavirus impacting Big 12 basketball arrived Tuesday afternoon, when the conference announced that locker rooms would be closed to reporters at this week’s Big 12 tournaments at Sprint Center and Municipal Auditorium in Kansas City, Mo. By Matt Tait

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Media pegs KU's Udoka Azubuike as Big 12's top player; Marcus Garrett named to 2nd team

Make it two for two for Kansas senior Udoka Azubuike, who was named the Associated Press Big 12 Player of the Year on Tuesday. And this one was close. By Matt Tait

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Kansas Senate committee advances student-athlete compensation bill

The state of Kansas is one step closer to a law that would allow student-athletes in the state to profit off the use of their name, image and likeness while in school — provided 15 other states pass legislation first.