USA Volleyball has listed Kansas University’s Kelsie Payne on the 12-member Pan American Cup roster. The 12 athletes selected will train in California until the Pan American Cup begins Saturday in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic.
Tayler Soucie, a junior on the Kansas University volleyball team that made history by reaching the Final Four last season, added some hardware to an already memorable season on Thursday, when she was named the Big 12 Conference's Female Sportsperson of the Year.
More than half of Kansas University’s student-athletes posted a grade-point average of 3.0 or better during the spring semesters, lifting the cumulative GPA to a record 3.04, according to numbers released Wednesday.
The NCAA revealed Wednesday that Kansas University tied an athletic department record with six teams scoring a perfect APR score of 1,000 for the 2014-15 school year. By Matt Tait
Zoe Hill, a middle blocker from Houston Glenda Dawson High, has signed a national letter of intent with Kansas University volleyball.
Kansas University volleyball player Janae Hall will forgo her final year of collegiate eligibility to focus on academics, KU coach Ray Bechard announced Tuesday.
Kansas University volleyball setter Ainise Havili and outside hitter Madison Rigdon have been named to USA Volleyball’s 12-player roster for the U.S. collegiate national team that will tour China.
Four Jayhawks will represent the University of Kansas during the annual U.S. Women’s National Team Open Tryouts, Feb. 19-21 at the U.S. Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs.
The greatest team in the history of Kansas University volleyball gathered for a banquet Sunday in the Horejsi Family Athletic Center without a hint of conceit in the air. By Tom Keegan
Kansas University volleyball coach Ray Bechard has been named national coach of the year by PrepVolleyball.com.
Kansas University sophomore Kelsie Payne was named to the NCAA volleyball all-tournament team on Saturday night.
The Friday morning banquet inside the CenturyLink Convention Center provided all the proof needed to illustrate that Kansas University volleyball coach Ray Bechard and his staff have begun to recruit the types of athletes needed to compete at the highest level.
After competing in its first Final Four in school history on Thursday night — a four-set loss to No. 4 seed Nebraska in Omaha — the Kansas University volleyball team is expected to return to Lawrence around 5 p.m. today and Jayhawk fans and media members are invited to welcome the most successful team in program history back to Lawrence with a reception at Horejsi Family Athletics Center at that time.
All season, the Kansas University volleyball team believed it could compete at the highest level and hoped that this would be the year that the Jayhawks crashed the party and played on the same stage as some of the game’s perennial powerhouses. By Matt Tait
The most successful, thrilling season in the history of Kansas University volleyball ended Thursday night in front of the largest crowd ever to watch the sport in a collegiate match. By Tom Keegan