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.
A trio of long balls and stranded baserunners proved costly for Kansas as it fell to Creighton, 6-5, Wednesday night at Hoglund Ballpark.
The Kansas baseball team came on the wrong end of two close ballgames during a doubleheader against West Virginia Saturday at Monongalia County Ballpark.
Redshirt-freshman first baseman Dylan Ditzenberger walked it off for the second day in a row to help Kansas win its first Big 12 series of the season against Oklahoma State, 7-6, in 11 innings Sunday afternoon at Hoglund Ballpark.
After a leadoff walk, Kansas junior Ryan Zeferjahn gave the Cowboys their 15th and 16th home runs of the series by the third at bat of the game.
The Kansas baseball team was hurt by a strong wind blowing out and a record-breaking number of home runs in a 27-6 loss to Oklahoma State Friday afternoon at Hoglund Ballpark.
Backed by strong pitching, the Kansas baseball team completed the season sweep over Missouri State with an 11-6 win Tuesday evening at Hoglund Ballpark.
Behind a career day from sophomore designated hitter Tom Lichty, the Kansas baseball team downed Texas Tech by a final score of 13-9 on Sunday afternoon at Rip Griffin Park.
No. 11 Texas Tech used 16 hits to power past the Kansas baseball team Saturday afternoon at Rip Griffin Park. The Jayhawks suffered a 19-4 loss, dropping their second game of the series with the Red Raiders.
The No. 11-ranked Texas Tech baseball team scored five runs the final four innings to defeat Kansas, 5-4, in comeback-fashion at Rip Griffin Park Friday afternoon.