Never let it be said that right-hander Ryan Zeferjahn isn’t willing to go the extra 10,000 miles to advance his baseball education.
The Kansas baseball team will fly to Taiwan next week to compete on the diamond. On Friday, the International University Sports Federation finalized the sixth World University Baseball Championship, which includes the Jayhawks, who will represent the United States. Kansas begins competition against Hong Kong on Thursday, July 5.
For college baseball players, it’s not the first impression that lasts the longest, it’s the last one.
Oklahoma sent Kansas home from the Big 12 baseball tournament with a 4-2 victory Friday and needed just one inning of offense to do so.
Sweating from the outset on an intensely steamy day, Kansas co-ace Ryan Zefferjahn felt the heat more than he was able to deliver it within the boundaries of the strike zone Thursday in a second-round Big 12 tournament game against Baylor in Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark.
Oklahoma City — When a No. 8 seed defeats the regular-season champion in any conference tournament it’s called an upset. Yet, it doesn’t really feel like one when Kansas, the No. 8 seed, sends one of its co-aces to the mound.
On the eve of the Big 12 Baseball Championship, the conference unveiled Tuesday its All-Big 12 teams for the 2018 season. Sophomore right-handed pitcher Ryan Zeferjahn led the way for Kansas, as a second-team selection.
Kansas reached base 14 times on walks and three times on hit batsmen in a 19-6 rout over visiting Western Illinois in a game shortened to seven innings in Sunday’s regular-season finale.
Oklahoma rode a seven-run third inning and hit four home runs to defeat Kansas, 14-6, Saturday at Hoglund Ballpark.
The June amateur free agent baseball draft is just 2 1/2 weeks away, so the 26 scouts aiming radar guns from several rows behind home plate at Hoglund Ballpark weren’t local bird dogs trying to get lucky by identifying a sleeper.
For the second time in its weekend series with Kansas State in Manhattan, the Kansas baseball team found itself in extra innings on Sunday. This time, however, it was the Wildcats who emerged victorious, 7-6 in 11 innings in the series rubber match, to take this year's Sunflower Showdown two games to one. All three games were decided by one run.
The Kansas State Wildcats baseball team out-dueled Kansas, 1-0, on Saturday night at Tointon Family Stadium to even the series at one win apiece heading into Sunday's rubber match.
Despite a five-run ninth inning by Kansas State, the visiting Kansas baseball team emerged victorious in Game 1 of its Sunflower Showdown series in Manhattan Friday night, 9-8 in 10 innings.
Taylor Turski called his start against West Virginia on Sunday the best performance on the mound this season, and it couldn’t have come at a better time for the Kansas baseball team.
Brendt Citta went 3-for-5 with two home runs, a double, five RBIs and three runs scored to lead the Kansas baseball team to a 13-3 victory over West Virginia on Saturday at Hoglund Ballpark.