Kansas University junior Reid Buchanan placed 142nd on Saturday at the NCAA men’s cross country championship.
The Kansas University men’s and women’s cross country teams, which each placed fifth at Friday’s NCAA Midwest regional, were not selected as at-large qualifiers for the national championships.
Kansas University junior Reid Buchanan ran a career-best time and earned an automatic bid to the NCAA Cross Country Championships on Friday, and he did it all with one shoe.
The Kansas University men’s cross country team finished sixth and the women placed seventh on Saturday at the Big 12 Cross Country Championships.
Twelve Kansas University men’s and women’s cross country runners were named to the Academic All-Big 12 teams, the conference announced Wednesday.
Junior Reid Buchanan placed 37th to pace the Kansas University men, and sophomore Hannah Richardson led the women with her 36th-place finish Saturday at the Indiana State Pre-National Invitational on Saturday.
Kansas University senior Josh Munsch ran to his first collegiate victory and helped lead the Jayhawks’ men’s cross country team to its second win of the season Saturday at the Rim Rock Classic.
In his first cross country race at Kansas University, freshman Tyler Yunk ran away from the field down the stretch on Saturday at Rim Rock Farm, winning the Bob Timmons Classic by more than four seconds with a time of 19:34.19. By Jesse Newell
Stanley Redwine — the first coach to lead a Kansas University women’s athletic team to an NCAA championship — hasn’t let success go to his head. By Gary Bedore
Caroline Jarmoc isn’t bothered if others have high expectations for Kansas University’s volleyball team this season. Her goals are even more ambitious. By Jesse Newell
Freshman Gabe Gonzalez earned All-Region honors and led the Kansas University men’s cross country team to sixth place on Friday at the NCAA Midwest Regional Championships. The KU women placed 13th.
Kansas University’s men’s cross country team placed fourth Saturday at the Big 12 Championships, totaling 121 points for its highest conference finish since 2006. The KU women had 173 points to finish seventh.
Sophomore Reid Buchanan placed 74th overall and led the Kansas University men’s cross country team to a 20th-place finish at the Wisconsin adidas Invitational on Friday.
Kansas University junior runner Natalie Becker made her season debut for the KU women’s cross country team and broke away from the pack for first place at the Haskell Invitational on Saturday at Haskell Indian Nations University.
Kansas University’s unranked men’s cross country team might have caught the attention of the pollsters on Saturday morning at Rim Rock Farm.