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2009 Baseball Postseason

Kansas starter Shaeffer Hall hurls a pitch in this April 3, 2009, file photo. Hall allowed five hits over nine innings in his best outing since tossing a no-hitter in his first start, Feb. 20, against Air Force.

KU throttles Dartmouth

Zac Elgie went 2-5 with a grand slam and six RBIs, and the Kansas University baseball team blasted Dartmouth, 16-0, on Saturday in NCAA Tournament action.

May 30, 2009

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KU baseball ends season with 12-1 loss to North Carolina

The Jayhawks defeated Coastal Carolina, 5-1, earlier Sunday

The Kansas baseball team ended its season with a 12-1 loss to North Carolina on Sunday afternoon in the Chapel Hill, N.C. regional.

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KU baseball falls to Coastal Carolina, 11-3

Chanticleers thump KU in regional

The Kansas baseball team fell behind early and never recovered, losing 11-3 to Coastal Carolina on Friday in the Chapel Hill, N.C. Regional.

A look at Coastal Carolina

No. 2 seed (46-14, won Big South Conference championship)

Future bright for Jayhawk baseball team

To glance over the Kansas University baseball team’s 2009 roster is to begin to understand the potential for 2010.

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KU's Thompson named third-team All-American

Kansas University third baseman Tony Thompson was honored as a third-team All-American on Thursday by Louisville Slugger. He becomes the 14th Jayhawk to be selected as an All-American and the first since Don Czyz in 2006.

Pitching will tell story

Amid the euphoria of back-to-back pastings of Kansas State at Hoglund Ballpark that ended the Kansas University baseball team’s season, an undercurrent of worry swept through the seats.

Dugan Arnett's KU baseball notebook

Kansas coach Ritch Price might tweak his rotation for the upcoming NCAA regional.

Kansas baseball team makes NCAA Tournament

Jayhawks will face Coastal Carolina (46-14) in Chapel Hill, N.C., Regional

The Kansas baseball team earned a bid into the NCAA Tournament as a No. 3 seed and will take on second-seeded Coastal Carolina in the Chapel Hill, N.C., Regional.

Dugan Arnett’s KU baseball notebook

Assuming the Kansas University baseball team hears its name called during this week’s NCAA Tournament selection show — which will air Monday at 11:30 a.m. on ESPN — the Jayhawks can take solace in the fact that, wherever they end up, it probably won’t be as unforgiving as what they just endured.

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KU finishes tourney winless with 8-4 loss to BU

Well, this was certainly unexpected. Entering the Big 12 Conference tournament, the Kansas University baseball team — a team whose regular-season exploits included a sweep of then-No. 1 Texas and a program-best fifth-place conference finish — arrived in Oklahoma City with sizable aspirations.

Dugan Arnett's KU baseball notebook

Kansas' David Narodowski hit his second home run of the Big 12 tournament in a second-round loss to Texas.

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A Texas-sized trap

Jayhawks’ offense stagnant in 9-3 setback to Longhorns

On Wednesday, in a Big 12 tournament-opening loss to Kansas State, the story of the game had been the Kansas University baseball team’s inability to execute with runners on base, as KU stranded 12 runners in a one-run setback. In a 9-3 loss to top-seeded Texas on Thursday, however, the Jayhawks struggled in merely getting runners on base.

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KU squanders chances in Big 12 opener

Kansas stranded 12 runners in a 5-4 loss to Kansas State in the Big 12 baseball tournament.

FINAL: KSU baseball defeats KU, 5-4

The Wildcats broke a four-all tie in the eighth, taking down the Jayhawks in the first game of the Big 12 Tournament.

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