Kansas University senior Danielle McCray was selected seventh overall by the Connecticut Sun in the Thursday's WNBA Draft.
Megan Smith isn’t questioning the dominance of Texas Longhorns standout pitcher Blaire Luna. The Kansas University softball coach just thinks her Jayhawks might have contributed a little something to it.
Former Kansas University women’s basketball standout Danielle McCray figured a season-ending ACL injury would affect her stock in the upcoming 2010 WNBA Draft, and a pair of league analysts agreed with that assessment Wednesday.
In the 10 years since Darrell Wyatt last coached in Lawrence, some things have remained more or less the same.
Zac Elgie was in need of a good, old-fashioned slump-buster entering the Kansas University baseball team’s Wednesday-night matchup with visiting Baker University, and that’s precisely what the Jayhawks’ struggling first baseman got.
Like most teams entering this week’s NCAA Tournament as middle-of-the pack seeds, the Oklahoma State men’s basketball team has been a mixed bag of sorts this season, alternating flashes of brilliance (victories over top-10 opponents Kansas University and Kansas State, for instance) with bouts of mediocrity.
On the day that Wilt Chamberlain turned in arguably the greatest single-game performance in Kansas University basketball history, a photograph of the then-Kansas University sophomore ran in the Journal-World.
Former Kansas University football players Dezmon Briscoe, Kerry Meier and Darrell Stuckey have each been invited to participate in the NFL Combine, held Feb. 24 through March 5 in Indianapolis, Ind., the school announced Tuesday.
Freshman guard Monica Engelman hit a game-tying three-pointer to force overtime, but the Kansas University women's basketball team couldn't complete its upset bid Saturday, falling 85-82 in double overtime to No. 14 Texas.
When the Kansas University women’s basketball team lost two of its top players to season-ending injuries within a three-week span, it became quickly apparent that the Jayhawks’ hopes of survival would depend largely on the remaining players’ ability to account for the loss of production.
Though Megan Smith has spent the past eight months acquainting herself with the Kansas University softball program, the first-year coach admitted Thursday she won’t truly know the makeup of her team until she sees it in action.
The Kansas University women's basketball team couldn't overcome a number of late miscues, falling to visiting Nebraska, 67-60, on Wednesday at Allen Fieldhouse.
When Kansas University standout Danielle McCray suffered a season-ending ACL injury last week, head coach Bonnie Henrickson made a point of telling replacement Monica Engelman that she didn’t have to pick up all the slack herself.
Former Kansas University assistant football coach Clint Bowen will be named defensive coordinator at Western Kentucky during a press conference today, he confirmed in a text message to the Journal-World on Tuesday.
Doc Sadler — apparently well versed in the rules and expectations of the Big 12 Conference — had little interest in criticizing the officiating following his team’s 75-64 loss to Kansas University on Saturday.
For Kansas University assistant football coaches, the Turner Gill era is already proving fruitful.
If Kansas University’s 2010 recruiting class is any indication, fans of the program shouldn’t expect to see an abundance of junior college players on the team’s roster in coming years.
After spending a large portion of his introductory news conference detailing his intentions to make recruiting the highest of priorities, first-year Kansas University football coach Turner Gill took the first step this week in making good on that promise.
As expected, the Kansas University football team signed 18 players to its 2010 recruiting class during today's National Signing Day.
Today, new Kansas University football coach Turner Gill will introduce his first recruiting class as part of 2010 National Signing Day. Highlighted by four-star prospects Brandon Bourbon (running back) and Keeston Terry (wide receiver), the group is expected to include 18 players.
As recently as a month ago, the state of recruiting within the Kansas University football program was far from ideal.
Four-star running back prospect Brandon Bourbon has switched his commitment from Stanford to Kansas University and is expected sign with the Jayhawks on Wednesday's National Signing Day, according to Rivals.com.
Given the level of acclaim bestowed upon the Kansas University women’s track team’s 2009 recruiting class — a group that featured three high school All-Americans and was tapped as the nation’s fourth-best by “Track and Field News” — it was reasonable to assume the unit eventually would have a major impact on the program.
With next Wednesday’s National Signing Day quickly approaching, Kansas University’s football coaching staff padded its commitment list Thursday with the addition of a pair of three-star prospects.
New Kansas University football coach Turner Gill has signed a contract that will pay him $10 million over the next five years and make him the Big 12’s fifth highest-paid coach, the university announced Wednesday.
Of all the questions facing the Missouri men’s basketball team following Monday’s road matchup with Kansas University —and there were a lot of them — perhaps the most baffling was how a team that managed to win the turnover battle by 18 somehow suffered a 19-point loss that really wasn’t as close as it sounds.
Darrell Stuckey made the most of his final collegiate game Saturday, turning in the best performance of any of the three former Kansas University football players who participated in the annual East-West Shrine football all-star game in Orlando, Fla.
Receiver Kerry Meier, safety Darrell Stuckey and quarterback Todd Reesing, three players commonly associated with the ascension of the Kansas University football program, will participate in their final collegiate game today, the East-West Shrine Game at the Citrus Bowl in Orlando, Fla.
It didn’t take long for word to get back to Baylor coach Scott Drew that his decision to lead his team off the court and into a nearby hallway during Kansas University’s pregame introductions Wednesday had rubbed some of the Jayhawks’ coaches and players the wrong way.
Scoring never has represented much of a problem for Texas Tech junior forward Mike Singletary.
Four-star football recruit Dave Clark, who last month committed to play at Kansas University and was expected to enroll for the spring semester, will no longer be attending KU, a university spokesman said Wednesday.
Angel Goodrich, a red-shirt freshman on the Kansas University women's basketball team, will miss the remainder of the season after suffering a torn anterior cruciate ligament and meniscus damage in her right knee during Tuesday's 70-68 loss to No. 15 Oklahoma State.
The outcome might not have been perfect, but following a week members of the Kansas University women’s basketball team would just as soon forget, Tuesday’s promising showing during a 70-68 loss at the hands of visiting Oklahoma State was at least a step forward.
While members of the Kansas University women’s basketball team surely could have used a break following a week in which they were beaten twice and saw themselves drop from the national rankings, they won’t get one today against No. 15 Oklahoma State.
The Kansas University women's basketball team struggled through its worst perforance of the season Saturday, falling 59-35 to rival Kansas State in both team's Big 12 opener.
So far this season, the road hasn’t been overly kind to the Kansas University women’s basketball team.
Generally speaking, there is a moment in every men’s basketball game played at Allen Fieldhouse when the opposing team seems to take stock of its surroundings — Kansas University’s stable of All-Americans, the unrelenting fan base, the decades of history packed into the old venue — and realizes that it’s in over its head.
Kansas University football coach Turner Gill officially announced his 10-man coaching staff Tuesday, a group that includes two former KU assistants and 213 years of college coaching experience.
Kansas University football coach Turner Gill officially announced the first two signings of his tenure Monday, welcoming in junior college players Quinn Mecham and Dave Clark.
Former Kansas University offensive coordinator Ed Warinner, who was not retained following the arrival of new KU football coach Turner Gill, is expected to join the staff of Notre Dame coach Brian Kelly in the coming days, a source close to the situation told the Journal-World on Friday.
Richmond defensive coordinator Vic Shealy will join Kansas University football coach Turner Gill's staff, the Journal-World has learned.
Dave Clark, a four-star cornerback out of Independence (Kan.) Community College, has informed new Kansas University coach Turner Gill that he will sign with the Jayhawks, according to Rivals.com.
Rick Byrd trod lightly.
Kansas University offensive lineman Darius Parish was released from the Johnson County jail Sunday night after being charged with one count of making a criminal threat, one count of criminal trespassing and two counts of criminal damage.
For a short while Tuesday night, it looked like California might be the team to snap the Kansas University men’s basketball team’s streak of 48 consecutive home victories.
Reggie Mitchell, a former Kansas University football assistant and current Illinois aide, will be named to new KU coach Turner Gill’s staff in the coming days, the Journal-World has learned.
Former Kansas University defensive coordinator Clint Bowen interviewed last week with Kansas State head coach Bill Snyder for a possible position on the K-State staff, the Journal-World has learned.
Perhaps the best way to understand the impact Gill, the recently named head coach of the Kansas University football team, has had on the city of Buffalo is to see it up-close — board a plane, rent a car, hop onto I-90 and head toward the University at Buffalo.
Though Kansas University’s recently released football assistants find themselves in the unenviable position of being unemployed at the holidays, they’ll be well compensated for their tenures in Lawrence.
Mark Mangino’s image might have taken a hit following his messy departure from Kansas University’s football program, but his pocketbook suffered no such fate.