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Kansas coach Bonnie Henrickson takes a "selfie" with freshman Chayla Cheadle, left, and senior Natalie Knight during the 2014 womens basketball media day Tuesday afternoon at Allen Fieldhouse. The Jayhawks open their season on Nov. 2, 2014 with a home exhibition game against Fort Hays State. The scheduled tip off time is 2 p.m.

KU’s Henrickson stresses defense

Kansas University women’s basketball coach Bonnie Henrickson is excited about the Jayhawks’ upcoming season, but there is still one thing in the back of her mind from the 2013-2014 campaign. By Chris Duderstadt

October 14, 2014

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Aldridge highlight for women

When her Kansas University women’s basketball teammates discovered during a weight-room session that freshman guard Lauren Aldridge could do backflips, they had one piece of advice for her. By Benton Smith

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Henrickson eager for start of women's basketball practice

Kansas women’s basketball coach Bonnie Henrickson could not be much more eager about her team’s first day of practice today: not only to officially put last season behind her, but to see how her senior- and freshman-laden squad comes together.

KU product Boogaard makes Canadian team

Former Kansas University women’s basketball player Krysten Boogaard made Canada’s 12-woman roster and will represent her country at the FIBA World Championship for Women.

Men's basketball first in proposed Allen Fieldhouse apartments

Kansas University is seeking permission from the state to build its upscale apartments near Allen Fieldhouse for student-athletes in two phases. Phase 1 will be for members of the men's basketball team and other students. By Scott Rothschild

Ex-KU grad assistant rejoins women's basketball staff

Former Kansas University graduate assistant Steve Wallace will rejoin the KU women’s basketball staff as an assistant coach, KU head coach Bonnie Henrickson announced Thursday.

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KU women's basketball recruit not swayed by dad’s alma mater

Most of her basketball-playing life, people assumed that Tyler Johnson would want to follow in her father’s footsteps and play her college ball at Oklahoma. It never happened. By Matt Tait

Leavenworth star commits to KU women’s basketball

The Kansas University women’s basketball program picked up another commitment from an in-state standout in the Class of 2015 on Wednesday night. Tyler Johnson, a 6-foot-2 forward from Leavenworth High, joined Olathe South point guard Kylee Kopatich as Kansans who orally committed to KU coach Bonnie Henrickson’s latest recruiting class.

Kansas women's basketball adds to staff

Kansas University’s women’s basketball program has hired Drew Markowitz as the Director of Player Personnel/Analytics, KU coach Bonnie Henrickson announced Friday.

Kansas women to face Irish

Eight teams that appeared in the 2014 postseason — including national runner-up Notre Dame — appear on Kansas University’s women’s basketball nonconference schedule, which was released Monday.

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Gonzalez twins leave KU women's basketball team

Kansas University women’s basketball coach Bonnie Henrickson announced Tuesday that freshmen guards Dakota and Dylan Gonzalez have been released to transfer.

Kansas women's basketball adds Canadian forward

Lorraine Enabulele, a 6-foot-1 forward from Ajax, Ontario, Canada, has signed a national letter of intent to play basketball at Kansas University, women’s coach Bonnie Henrickson announced Thursday.

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O-South girls star Kopatich switches commitment from KSU to KU

The MVP of Kansas’ Sunflower League is headed to Kansas University on a women’s basketball scholarship. Kylee Kopatich, a 5-foot-10 junior point guard for Olathe South, orally committed to Bonnie Henrickson’s KU program on Sunday and announced the commitment Monday. She initially had committed to Kansas State but made other plans following the removal of Deb Patterson as coach. Basketball recruiting notes by Gary Bedore

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Zenger: ‘Bonnie will be back’ to lead KU women's basketball

Transfers mount, but AD confident in coach Henrickson

Three of Bonnie Henrickson’s underclassmen have decided not to return to Kansas University next season, but the KU women’s basketball coach will be back for her 11th season, determined to land her first winning conference record in Big 12 play. By Tom Keegan

Kansas product Carolyn Davis signs with Stars

Former Kansas University basketball player Carolyn Davis signed with the San Antonio Stars of the WNBA on Thursday.

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