Don’t be surprised if the Kansas University women’s basketball team was in a foul mood after losing to SMU, 73-64, in the final of the SMU Thanksgiving Classic.
Ashlyn Driskill’s five-kill, one-error performance on Kansas University volleyball Senior Day — which included her unleashing a cannon of a serve in a 3-0 sweep of Texas Tech — might have surprised a few fans Saturday in sold-out Horejsi Center. By Gary Bedore
Lauren Aldridge scored 17 points, and Kansas University’s women’s basketball team defeated Northern Illinois, 66-58, on Friday night in the SMU Thanksgiving Classic.
Here's a look at Friday's Kansas-Northern Illinois women's basketball matchup.
Kansas University’s women’s basketball team came up short in its first road test of the season.
A glance at Monday's Kansas-Arizona women's basketball game
After a 12-turnover first half had Kansas University women’s basketball coach Brandon Schneider discouraged with his players’ offensive efforts, the Jayhawks found an effective remedy in the second half Thursday night at Allen Fieldhouse. By Benton Smith
Kansas University’s women’s basketball team shared the wealth, made sure to get the ball inside and held off the pesky Memphis Tigers for a 72-63 win Thursday night at Allen Fieldhouse.
Here's a look at the upcoming women's basketball game between Kansas University and Memphis.
Lauren Aldridge scored 17 points, and Caelynn Manning-Allen and Timeka O’Neal contributed 12 each as Kansas University opened its women’s basketball season — and Brandon Schneider opened his KU coaching career — with a 72-65 victory over Texas Southern on Sunday at Allen Fieldhouse. By Chris Duderstadt
Kansas kicks off the Brandon Schneider era with the start of 2015-16.
With a hot start to the third quarter Sunday afternoon at Allen Fieldhouse, Kansas University’s women’s basketball team avoided entering the regular season on a disappointing note, while simultaneously making sure first-year head coach Brandon Schneider didn’t suffer an exhibition loss to the program he led from 1998 to 2010.
It wasn’t that long ago that new Kansas University women’s basketball coach Brandon Schneider held the same position at Emporia State. The Hornets’ head coach from 1998-2010, Schneider led ESU to a 306-72 record and the 2010 NCAA Division II national title.
Where had all the long faces gone? The yawns? What happened to the zombies yearning to watch something more interesting, like maybe C-SPAN? No need to send out a search party for joy. It was written all over the players. By Tom Keegan
The first peek at Kansas University women’s basketball under the guidance of new head coach Brandon Schneider turned out well for the Jayhawks, who easily beat Pittsburg State, 80-54, Sunday afternoon in an exhibition at Allen Fieldhouse.