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Shane Jackson

Sports intern

Shane is a sports intern for the Lawrence Journal-World.

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Freshmen, newcomers rounding out Kansas’ latest baseball team

It has become an annual tradition for Kansas baseball coach Ritch Price to start getting excited around this time about the prospect of returning to the diamond. By Shane Jackson

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TCU tops Kansas, 80-68

Junior guard Chayla Cheadle didn’t even try to plead her case. She merely gave the official a puzzled look.

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KU softball gears up for new season, new identity

When the Kansas softball team takes the diamond in Deland, Florida on Feb. 10, it will be a much different group than the one that walked off the diamond in May of last year.

KU women-TCU at a glance

A preview of the Kansas women's basketball team's game against Oklahoma on Thursday.

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In neck-and-neck thriller, KU falls to W. Virginia

Just days after a lopsided loss to the second best team in the country, the Kansas women’s basketball team was tasked with yet another ranked opponent.

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KU-Kansas State women glance

The University of Kansas women's basketball team faces Kansas State at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 11, 2017.

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KU's upset bid against Texas falls short

For much of the first half and even parts of the second, Kansas was right there within arm’s reach of pulling off the ugly upset over No. 15 Texas.

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KU women's basketball stuns Arizona, 75-51

Down by double-digits midway through the third quarter, Arizona guard Malena Washington decided to let the ball roll in front of her as she walked up the court, waiting until the last possible second to pick it up in attempt to savor the clock.

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Jayhawks fall to Harvard, drop third game in a row

Kansas women's basketball coach Brandon Schneider chose to shake things up after his team had dropped its last two games. By Shane Jackson

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Jayhawks fight back with defense in OT win over North Dakota

Kansas women's basketball coach Brandon Schneider knew he had something in his back pocket when the situation presented itself. At last, trailing by eight points with less than five minutes to go in regulation, Schneider chose to employ his full-court pressure defense. And the result worked to perfection. By Shane Jackson

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