Freshman Bryce Hinde and junior Alison Lusk finished 2-3 in the 200-yard breaststroke to help Kansas University swimming and diving lock up a second-place finish at the Kansas Classic, which concluded Sunday at Capitol Federal Natatorium.
Kansas University women’s swimming is in first place after the first day of the Kansas Classic on Friday at Hummer Sports Complex.
Kansas University senior Christy Cash finished with a score of 239.95 in one-meter diving to lead the Jayhawk divers during Day Two of the Phil Hansel Invite at Campus Recreation & Wellness Center on Friday at the University of Houston.
Kansas University won six of nine events Saturday to conclude its sweep of a two-day double-dual meet at Robinson Natatorium.
Kansas University’s swimming team built big leads over TCU and North Dakota in a double dual on Friday at Robinson Natatorium.
Kansas University’s 2006-07 basketball team was inducted into the Kansas Athletics Hall of Fame in a ceremony Friday morning in the Booth Family Hall of Athletics. Also inducted: track and field thrower Egor Agafonov and soccer player Holly Gault.
Kansas University freshman Chelsie Miller won two events, leading KU’s swim team to a 137-98 victory over Nebraska-Omaha on Thursday night.
Kansas University’s swim team fell to Minnesota, 179-119, in the Jayhawks’ first home meet of the year on Saturday at Robinson Natatorium.
Kansas University freshman Bryce Hinde helped earn three first-place finishes and set a pool record on Saturday as the KU swim team topped Rice, 166-132, in the Jayhawks’ first dual of the season.
Brooke Brull, rising KU senior, finished the preliminaries of the 200 back with a time of 2:19.34 at the Olympic Trials on Saturday. Brull’s swim marked the end of KU swim performances at the Trials.
Kansas University junior Paris Daniels moved into the semifinals of the 200 meters, and freshman Michael Stigler advanced to the 400-meter hurdles semifinals on Thursday at the Olympic Trials.
Outgoing Kansas senior captain Stephanie Payne finished her final career swim in the second heat of the 200 fly preliminaries with a 2:18.38 time on Thursday at the U.S. Swimming Olympic Trials.
Former Kansas University swimmer Danielle Herrmann finished third in her heat in the 100 breaststroke Tuesday at the U.S. Olympic Trials. Herrmann, a four-year KU standout from 2005-09, was leading her heat heading into the final lap and finished with a time of 1:12.87. She was not one of the 16 swimmers to advance to the semifinal round.
Kansas University senior-to-be Andrea Geubelle finished third in the triple jump Monday at the U.S. Olympic Trials at Hayward Field.
Kansas University divers Christy Cash placed 18th and Alyssa Golden finished 28th after the final day of competition at the NCAA Zone D Diving Championships on Saturday.