Kansas University men’s and women’s track and field teams won seven events as they opened the 2013-14 indoor season with the Bob Timmons Challenge on Saturday at Anschutz Pavilion.
The NCAA will present Kansas University track and field alumnus and Olympic gold medalist Billy Mills with its highest honor, the Theodore Roosevelt Award, the NCAA announced Friday.
A record-breaking year for Kansas University’s track and field teams was capped off with a clean sweep of the final three awards during Sunday’s Rock Chalk Choice Awards at Lied Center. 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
Kansas University senior thrower Heather Bergmann was one of 15 collegians named to the Capital One Academic All-America Women’s Track & Field First Team, as chosen by the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA).
Kansas University junior Jessica Maroszek placed seventh with a school-record performance in the discus on the final day of the 2013 USA Track & Field Championships on Sunday.
Kansas University senior Andrea Geubelle placed seventh in the long jump at the USA Track and Field Championships on Saturday at Drake Stadium.
Kansas University’s Francine Simpson won the long-jump title at the Jamaican National Championship on Friday night, while KU’s Michael Stigler failed to advance past the semifinals of the men’s 400-meter hurdles at the USA Championships.
Kansas University senior Andrea Geubelle can cross another item off her to-do list. After coming up short at NCAA Outdoor meets and the Olympic Trials, Geubelle won the triple jump on Thursday at the USA Track and Field Championships in Drake Stadium. The victory follows 2012 and 2013 NCAA Indoor triple jump championships but is her first at an outdoor meet on the national level.
The U.S. Track and Field and Cross Country Coaches Association has named Kansas University head coach Stanley Redwine and assistant Wayne Pate as its outdoor women’s coaches of the year.
After looking at pictures online, Denesha Morris committed to Kansas University’s track team four years ago without ever setting foot on campus. By Jesse Newell
During Kansas University athletic director Sheahon Zenger's first two-and-a-half years in town, perhaps no team better illustrated his vision for KU sports than the women’s track and field team that was crowned the 2013 NCAA outdoor champions last weekend in Eugene, Ore. Column by Matt Tait
Kansas University’s women’s track and field team earned a nation’s-best 16 first-team All-America awards this outdoor season.
Assistant coach Wayne Pate delievered a short-but-sweet speech that proved to be the catalyst to last weekend’s outdoor national championship domination by Kansas' women's track and field team. By Matt Tait
Champions all start somewhere. Technically, Kansas University sophomore Lindsay Vollmer started on her way toward a national championship in the heptathlon at the age of 8, when she took up track and field, the sport her parents competed in during college. By Tom Keegan