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Determined Hallman KU's hero

It took theatrics, but Erica Hallman made sure to get the job done in the final seconds of Saturday's game against Iowa State in Allen Fieldhouse.

Dangerous ISU awaits

While it's not too late to make a run in conference, Kansas University's women's basketball coach Bonnie Henrickson knows today's 1 p.m. matchup with Iowa State is as good a time as any for the team to get out of its league-play funk.

NU, not ranking, on KU's mind

Bonnie Henrickson isn't worried about little numbers next to her team's name. She said her Kansas University women's basketball players shouldn't be, either. But after a 12-0 start and a victory Tuesday over No. 23 Texas, a victory today over Nebraska likely would earn KU its first national ranking in more than five seasons.

Jackson on mend

Tragedy still on forward's mind

Darnell Jackson is getting there, but he's still not all back. Even after a string of good days, a speed bump always seems to remind him of the incident.

Kemp hopes to catch break

Don't misunderstand Crystal Kemp. She definitely loves to play.

Hallman can't wait to take her shot

Senior gladly relinquishes ball-handling duties to newcomers

Erica Hallman promises to be ready when she gets her shots this season.

Guard Robinson puts past behind

Sophomore tries to forget memories of end of last season

When Russell Robinson is asked to reflect upon his freshman basketball season at Kansas University, not much comes out right away.

KU volleyball freefall continues

So many things have held Kansas University back in its current eight-match volleyball losing streak.

Newell: Whatever happens, at least I'm in better shape

I've kept hearing one thing over and over from my friends since telling them about my decision to try out for the KU men's basketball team.

Newell: Getting his shot

KU's Hallman gives J-W writer tips on top form

There was no doubt whom I would ask to help me with my shooting. I have seen more three-pointers made by this Jayhawk than any other in my three years here. This player is the best returning long-range shooter at Kansas University.

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