The Kansas women’s tennis team defeated Southeast Missouri State, 7-0, at the Jayhawk Tennis Center on Saturday. The Jayhawks (5-3) have now won four of their last five matches.
It was going to take an extraordinary performance for the Kansas women’s basketball team to close the regular season with a win Saturday at Allen Fieldhouse. The Jayhawks’ chances against No. 6 Baylor got even worse when an injury to starting forward Ioanna Chatzileonti kept her out of KU’s lineup, and sure enough, the Bears rolled, 93-67.
A day after the University of Kansas placed head football coach Les Miles on administrative leave amid sexual harassment allegations, Miles’ lawyer blasted the measure and accused the school of “bending to the winds of media blowback.”
The strong showing by Kansas guard Dajuan Harris in the Jayhawks’ five-point win over UTEP on Thursday included a season-high 17 second-half minutes for the redshirt freshman from Columbia, Mo. By Matt Tait