KU sophomore guard Lauren Aldridge (3) takes questions from the media on Wednesday, Oct. 7, 2015 as KU held its women's basketball media day.

KU women’s basketball embraces change

So much changeover exists within the Kansas University women’s basketball program right now, you’ll have to be patient with first-year head coach Brandon Schneider when it comes to figuring out one fairly significant aspect of this roster’s makeup.

October 7, 2015

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KU women home — a lot

Kansas University’s women’s basketball team will play 17 of 29 regular-season games within the friendly confines of Allen Fieldhouse this season.

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Column: Brandon’s father is coach Schneider

A Div. II national title at Emporia State. Back-to-back Southland Conference titles for Stephen F. Austin. Landed two highly regarded transfers shortly after becoming Kansas University’s new women’s basketball coach.

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KU’s Aldridge sets sights on coaching

Kansas University sophomore Lauren Aldridge is educated enough to know that Becky Hammon being named the head coach of the San Antonio Spurs summer-league team in Las Vegas is not the most groundbreaking moment in her sport’s history.

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Column: Schneider making program exciting

Sure, Brandon Schneider knocked it out of the park at his introductory news conference, and, yes, he has won everywhere he has been, but he never had recruited against heavyweights for superstars, so didn’t it all just amount to talk or at best a potential upgrade?

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KU officially announces addition of transfer from UNC

Jessica Washington will sit out 2015-16 season

Kansas University on Tuesday officially announced that Jessica Washington, one of the top-ranked guards from the 2013 recruiting class, will transfer to KU from North Carolina.

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Former North Carolina Tar Heel Jessica Washington to join KU women's team

Point guard from Tulsa was McDonald's All-American in high school

KU has landed a transfer in Jessica Washington, formerly of the University of North Carolina.

Kansas athletes compile 3.0 GPA

More than half of Kansas University’s student-athletes on active rosters recorded a grade-point average of 3.0 or higher, and 31 had a perfect 4.0 as the department recorded a combined GPA of 3.0 for the spring semester.

Former five-star recruit joins KU women's team as transfer

New Kansas University women’s basketball coach Brandon Schneider added a little experience, depth and talent to the program Friday, with the announcement that former USC guard McKenzie Calvert will join the Jayhawks as a transfer.

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Schneider excited to start work on KU camps

After a month of taking care of all the administrative duties that come with being the new head coach of the Kansas University women’s basketball program, Brandon Schneider is finally ready to get to some basketball.

KU logical place for women’s assistant Damitria Buchanan

After a steady climb through the coaching ranks during the past few seasons, new Kansas University women’s basketball assistant Damitria Buchanan elected to go back in time. By Matt Tait

KU women add 6-3 center Lott

Chelsea Lott, a 6-foot-3 center from Fort Bend Hightower High in Houston, has signed a grant-in-aid and will join Kansas University’s women’s basketball team for the 2015-16 season, KU coach Brandon Schneider announced Thursday.

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Brandon Schneider completes coaching staff

Natalie Knight to remain with KU as graduate manager

Kansas women's basketball coach Brandon Schneider announced Wednesday the additions of Andy Majors (director of player development) and Donease Smith (director of basketball operations) to his coaching staff. Plus, Natalie Knight, a four-year starting guard for the Jayhawks, will remain with the team in the role of graduate student manager.

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Schneider adds Aqua Franklin to KU women's hoops staff

First-year Kansas University women's basketball coach Brandon Schneider on Wednesday continued with the reunion theme in filling out his coaching staff by announcing the hiring of former Kansas assistant Aqua Franklin.

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Jayhawks enjoy Special Olympics clinic

A quirk in the schedule that forced the postponement of last winter’s Special Olympics clinic with the Kansas University women’s basketball team turned out to be beneficial for first-year KU coach Brandon Schneider and his new team.

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