For the third time in three days, the game came down to the final batter. And for the third straight day, the final at-bat went the way of Kansas University’s baseball team, which finished off a sweep of Baylor with a 5-4, 10-inning victory Sunday at Hoglund Ballpark. By Matt Tait
Heading into the bottom of the ninth inning Saturday against Baylor, Kansas University’s baseball team had been outhit by the Bears, 16-8, yet trailed by just a run. Three straight two-out singles later, the Jayhawks spilled over the top of the dugout fence and celebrated a 6-5 victory. By Matt Tait
After giving up a run and struggling with his command in the top of the first inning against Baylor, Kansas pitcher Thomas Taylor regrouped and threw six strikes in a 3-2 KU victory over the Bears at Hoglund Ballpark.
Nothing quite compares to that first glove, even for the Kansas University baseball players who execute such smooth fielding magic on the Hoglund Ballpark diamond. By Tom Keegan
Alex DeLeon went 3-for-5 with a double, home run and three RBIs, and Tanner Poppe allowed just one hit in seven scoreless innings as Kansas University cruised to an 8-0 baseball victory over Baker on Wednesday at Hoglund Ballpark.
A baseball game pitting nonconference rivals Wichita State and Kansas University offered a little bit of everything Tuesday night at Hoglund Ballpark — everything except runs for the first 10 innings. By Tom Keegan
West Virginia seems to have Kansas University’s number, and it would seem to be “1.”
Brady Wilson’s RBI triple in the eighth finally put an end to the succession of zeros being thrown up, and that lone run gave West Virginia a 1-0 Big 12 baseball victory over Kansas University on Friday at Epling Stadium.
With a lot of plate discipline — and just a touch of pop — the Kansas University baseball team made the most of its six hits in a 7-1 victory over Baker on Wednesday night at Hoglund Ballpark.
Kansas University right-handed relief pitcher Jordan Piché was named to the National Collegiate Baseball Writers’ Association Stopper of the Year midseason watch list on Tuesday.
Kansas University canceled its baseball game scheduled for today and postponed a softball doubleheader a day because of forecasted bad weather.
Texas Tech cleanup hitter Jarrard Poteete went 4-for-5 with a double and three RBIs, and left fielder Brett Bell chipped in four hits and three runs as the Red Raiders avoided the sweep with a 16-5 Big 12 baseball victory over Kansas University on Sunday at Rip Griffin Park.
Sophomore pitcher Wes Benjamin earned his fourth victory of the year, allowing one run over seven innings, as Kansas clinched the series with a 6-1 victory over Texas Tech, Saturday evening at Rip Griffin Park.
Kansas University opened its Big 12 baseball series with Texas Tech with a 4-3 victory over the Red Raiders on Friday at Rip Griffin Park.
Because of thunderstorms expected in the Lawrence area this afternoon and evening, Kansas baseball has cancelled its makeup game with Ottawa University scheduled for 6:30 p.m. Wednesday evening.