Kansas University track hurdler Michael Stigler repeated as the Male Athlete of the Year, while volleyball player Caroline Jarmoc won Female Athlete of the Year at Sunday’s third-annual Rock Chalk Choice Awards at Lied Center.
Former Kansas University pitcher Brett Bochy has joined the San Francisco Giants, where he will become the first pitcher to be coached by his father in the major leagues.
Kansas University closer Stephen Villines earned second-team Freshman All-America honors, the National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association announced Monday.
Five Kansas University baseball players were drafted on the final day of the Major League Baseball amateur draft on Saturday.
With the 156th pick of the 2014 Major League Baseball Draft, the Texas Rangers selected Kansas University baseball’s junior left-handed pitcher Wes Benjamin Friday afternoon.
The third of the baseball Price sons is watched in a very modern way, but it’s Robby Price's old-school qualities as a ballplayer that keep him moving steadily up the Tampa Bay Rays farm system. Column by Tom Keegan
Four city high school products earned trips to the NCAA Baseball Tournament, but just one advanced out of the regional round Sunday.
Kansas University battled back from an eight-run deficit, but the Jayhawks’ first NCAA Tournament trip in five seasons ended with an 8-6 regional setback to Kentucky on Sunday at Jim Patterson Stadium.
Former high school baseball standouts from the city of Lawrence continued play in NCAA regionals on Saturday.
After defeating Kentucky on Friday in its NCAA Tournament opener, Kansas University’s baseball team lost, 6-3, to host Louisville — the regional’s top seed — Saturday at Jim Patterson Stadium.
On the heels of its 10-6, opening-day victory over No. 22 Kentucky in NCAA Baseball regional action, the KU baseball program announced early Saturday morning that today's game vs. No. 13 Louisville would be shown on ESPN2.
Three of the four Lawrence high school products playing in the NCAA Baseball Tournament won opening-round regional games on Friday.
Throughout his youth, Kansas University senior Tucker Tharp watched his two older brothers play important roles for their collegiate teams and always figured that he, too, one day would travel down that path. By Matt Tait
After Ritch Price’s program went five seasons without an NCAA Tournament appearance, the coach’s Kansas University baseball players didn’t mind spending long stretches of Friday afternoon killing time at Louisville’s Jim Patterson Stadium.
When the 2014 NCAA Baseball Tournament begins today, Lawrence will be well represented, and not just because of Kansas University making its first appearance in five years. By Benton Smith