Due to weather and unplayable field conditions, the remainder of the 2019 Phillips 66 Big 12 Softball Championship has been canceled and KU's game against Oklahoma was declared a no contest.
In its first game at the 2019 Phillips 66 Big 12 Championship, No. 6 seed Kansas lost to No. 4 seed Texas Tech by a 7-3 margin at the USA Hall of Fame Softball Complex.
Kansas rookies Sydnee Ramsey and Morgyn Wynne were named to the 2019 Big 12 All-Freshman Team, which was announced by the conference on Thursday. Ramsey was an unanimous selection by the Big 12 coaches.
On the final day of competition against Iowa State, the Kansas softball dropped both games of a doubleheader. Kansas suffered an 1-0 loss and dropped a 4-2 decision at the Cyclones Sports Complex.
After battling nine innings against Iowa State, the Kansas softball team suffered a 3-2 loss in walk-off fashion Friday night at the Cyclones Sports Complex.
On Senior Day and the final home game of the season for the Kansas softball team, a seventh-inning rally against No. 11 Texas fell short at Arrocha Ballpark. Texas earned the 4-2 victory, but was challenged late.
The Kansas softball dropped the second game of a three-game set with No. 11 Texas Saturday afternoon, suffering a 10-1 defeat in five innings at Arrocha Ballpark.
Despite another strong pitching performance by Brynn Minor and sound defense, Kansas dropped the series opening game to No. 11 Texas, 3-0, at Arrocha Ballpark.
In the series finale, the Jayhawks were unable to muster enough run support for a solid-pitching performance by Brynn Minor. Kansas dropped the series-deciding tilt to Texas Tech, 4-1, at Rocky Johnson Field.
In game two of the three game series with No. 12 Texas Tech, the Kansas softball team dropped the five-inning contest by a 10-2 margin at Rocky Johnson Field.
The Kansas softball team fought back a No. 12 Texas Tech rally attempt to earn its first victory over a ranked opponent in three years, beating the Red Raiders by a 6-4 margin at Rocky Johnson Field.
In her first at bat of the series, Oklahoma senior infielder Sydney Romero struck out in the first, just one of the four times she got out over the course of the Sooners’ series with Kansas.
Kansas held the No. 2 Oklahoma (37-2, 8-0 Big 12) attack to only five runs in game two of the three-game series at Arrocha Ballpark on Saturday, but were unable to produce much on offense in a 5-0 loss.
Despite holding No. 2 Oklahoma scoreless for the first three innings, Kansas dropped the series opener by a 10-0 margin at Arrocha Ballpark.
Kansas softball dropped the series finale to No. 13 Oklahoma State, 7-4, at Cowgirl Stadium. OSU scored runs in five of the six innings and a late Kansas comeback attempt was thwarted by the pitching staff.