For the first time since 2008, Kansas swept the series against in-state rival Kansas State on Senior Day during the Sunflower Showdown Sunday evening at Hoglund Ballpark.
An elite pitching performance by Ryan Zeferjahn paved the way for Kansas in its 10-0 win over Kansas State in the first game of the Sunflower Showdown Friday night at Hoglund Ballpark.
Backed by strong performances from five different pitchers, the Kansas baseball team capitalized on a pair of TCU miscues to salvage the weekend, 3-1, Sunday afternoon at Lupton Stadium.
Redshirt-junior starting pitcher Ryan Cyr's magnificent first eight innings was overshadowed by a walk-off home run Saturday evening at Lupton Stadium as TCU defeated the Kansas baseball team, 7-4.
TCU third baseman Conner Shepherd hit a walk-off home run, as the Kansas baseball team fell in the Friday night opener at Lupton Stadium, 4-3.
The Kansas baseball team split a doubleheader with Jackson State Tuesday at Hoglund Ballpark.
The Big 12 Conference named Kansas redshirt-junior right-handed pitcher Ryan Cyr the league's Pitcher of the Week and freshman outfielder Casey Burnham the league's Newcomer of the Week Monday afternoon for their performances in the Jayhawks' series sweep of Texas over the weekend.
It took a team effort Sunday afternoon at Hoglund Ballpark for the Kansas baseball team to earn its first Big 12 series sweep of the season, 10-6, over Texas.
Backed by a complete-game shutout by starter Ryan Cyr, the Kansas baseball team held off Texas for an 1-0 victory Saturday afternoon at Hoglund Ballpark.
A pair of timely home runs propelled Kansas to a walk-off win over Texas, 4-2, Friday night at Hoglund Ballpark.
In one of its most complete offensive performances of the season, the Kansas baseball team defeated Air Force, 11-6, Wednesday afternoon at Falcon Field.
The Kansas baseball team was defeated by Air Force, 3-2, Tuesday afternoon at Falcon Field.
After jolting out to a four-run lead in the second inning, Kansas didn't look back as it blasted past Furman, 15-1, on a sunny Sunday afternoon at Latham Stadium.
A strong start by Furman pitcher David Dunlavey stifled the Kansas offense in a 3-0 loss on Saturday evening at Latham Stadium.
Behind a pair of four-run innings, the Kansas baseball team recorded an 11-7 win at Furman in the season opener Friday night at Latham Stadium.