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Senior guard Niccolly Ramalho and Kansas women's basketball defends an inbound pass. KU defeated Omaha 63-48 on Wednesday, Nov. 13.

KU women’s basketball overcomes slow start to defeat Omaha 63-48

Fighting through defenders, Kansas sophomore Aniya Thomas somehow maintained her dribble and got back to the top of the key. Quickly, Thomas moved the ball to the corner and found freshman guard Zakiyah Franklin, who drove inside for a contested layup.

November 13, 2019

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KU women's basketball rolls past UMass Lowell to stay undefeated

The Kansas women's basketball team eased past UMass Lowell for a 79-44 win Sunday afternoon in Allen Fieldhouse.

KU women's basketball rolls to 91-50 win

The Kansas women’s basketball team won its second straight game in dominant fashion, beating the University of Illinois at Chicago by a 91-50 margin on the back of 17 points from leading scorer Aniya Thomas and a double-double from newcomer Tina Stephens.

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Freshmen propel KU women's basketball to 84-72 win over Indiana State

Needing an offensive spark in the second quarter, freshman guard Holly Kersgieter found herself open on the wing. Fellow freshman guard Zakiyah Franklin promptly dished to Kersgieter for a 3-pointer to regain the lead for Kansas.

KU women's basketball secures 66-55 win over Emporia State

Kansas juniors Bailey Helgren and Tina Stephens dominated the second half to lead the KU women’s basketball team to a 66-55 win against Emporia State in exhibition play Sunday afternoon at Allen Fieldhouse.

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There's a $1.5M difference between average head coaching salaries for men's, women's teams at KU, report shows

According to KU's annual Equity in Athletics report, at the University of Kansas the average salary of head coaching positions of men’s teams is over $1.5 million more than that of the head coaches of women’s teams. The report, which was due Oct. 15 to the NCAA, was recently requested and acquired by the Journal-World. The report also notes that women's teams, in contrast to men's, lose millions of dollars a year.

KU women's basketball falls to Pitt State in exhibition opener

The Kansas women’s basketball team fell to Pitt State 90-82 in its first exhibition game of the 2019-20 season in Allen Fieldhouse on Sunday.

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Big 12 women's basketball coaches prepare for strenuous conference slate

With turnover in college basketball becoming more prevalent with the addition of the transfer portal and players leaving due to graduation or turning professional, coaches constantly have to adjust.

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KU looks to young guards for leadership this coming season

With losing nine players — including seven seniors — from the 2018-19 team, Kansas women’s basketball has emphasized filling gaps this offseason.

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Snoop Dogg to perform at KU's annual Late Night in the Phog

World-famous rapper, producer and television personality Snoop Dogg will be the headlining performer at the University of Kansas' annual Late Night in the Phog.

Conference schedule released for KU women's basketball

The Big 12 released its 2019-20 conference schedule Wednesday morning.

KU women's basketball team releases nonconference schedule

Kansas will have 10 homes contests, including a pair of exhibition games, ahead of Big 12 play during Brandon Schneider's fifth season at the helm of the women's basketball program.

KU women's basketball hosts Florida in 2019 Big 12/SEC Challenge

The Big 12 and Southeastern Conferences have announced the continuation of their women's basketball challenge into 2019. Kansas women's basketball will welcome Florida to Allen Fieldhouse on Sunday, Dec. 8 for its Big 12/SEC Challenge matchup.

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Kansas Athletics shifts healthcare oversight from KU's campus to medical offices

Forty Kansas Athletics employees specializing in sports medicine are now reporting to actual doctors and medical professionals instead of KU administrators. By Matt Tait

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KU women's basketball coach Brandon Schneider believes culture change necessary to get program on track

Kansas women’s basketball coach Brandon Schneider characterized a Wednesday morning meeting with first-year KU athletic director Jeff Long as having gone well and came away feeling like Long was in his corner. By Matt Tait

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