Kansas University softball coach Megan Smith and her staff signed five incoming freshmen on Thursday afternoon. The 2016 class includes a pitcher, a catcher and three infielders.
The Big 12 Conference has announced it will reinstate its softball championship beginning with the 2017 season.
Kansas University softball’s Maddie Stein, Sophia Templin and Erin McGinley were named 2015 National Fastpitch Coaches Association (NFCA) All-America Scholar-Athletes on Tuesday.
Former Kansas University football player Terry Beeson and softball player and coach Tracy Bunge were inducted into the state of Kansas Sports Hall of Fame on Sunday in Wichita.
NCAA 400 hurdles track champion Michael Stigler and three-time NCAA volleyball tournament participant Chelsea Albers were selected as Kansas University’s male and female athletes of the year at Sunday’s Rock Chalk Choice Awards at the Lied Center.
Former Kansas University softball player Maddie Stein has been nominated for the 2015 NCAA Woman of the Year honor.
Two transfers signed grant-in-aid agreements to join Kansas University softball in 2016, KU coach Megan Smith announced Tuesday.
T.J. Hubbard, who spent the past two seasons as associate head softball coach for Louisiana, has joined Kansas University’s softball staff as KU’s hitting coach, Kansas head coach Megan Smith announced Wednesday.
Kansas University softball senior first baseman Maddie Stein was named winner of the Big Jay Award, KU announced Thursday. Stein completed her KU career with a school-record 150 RBIs.
Kansas University first baseman Maddie Stein was named Tuesday the Big 12 softball scholar-athlete of the year.
Fifty Kansas University freshmen were named to the All-Big 12 Rookie Team, the league announced Thursday.
More than half of Kansas University’s student-athletes on active rosters recorded a grade-point average of 3.0 or higher, and 31 had a perfect 4.0 as the department recorded a combined GPA of 3.0 for the spring semester.
Two Kansas University athletes have been named to the Kansas Sports Hall of Fame Class of 2015.
Kansas University’s softball team continually applied pressure on Missouri in Sunday’s NCAA regional championship, but the Jayhawks never delivered the big hit.
An early two-run lead and a late four-run rally weren't quite enough to extend the Kansas University softball team's NCAA Tournament run Sunday at Missouri, where the Tigers beat the Jayhawks, 7-6, to advance out of the Columbia regional.