Advertisement

News

Stories for August 21, 2005

Subscribe

Lead stories
Stories

Golf tourney benefits KU women's basketball

Thirty-two teams participated Saturday in the Bonnie Henrickson Benefit Golf Tournament at Eagle Bend Golf Course. Proceeds of the event goes to the Kansas University's women's basketball program.

Rush could pick early this week

Brandon Rush, a 6-foot-6 guard from Kansas City, Mo., might end his recruiting saga early this week. "Maybe Monday," a source close to the Rush family said.

Meet the Chalmers

New Jayhawk hoops family happy to settle in Lawrence

After 23 years in arctic Alaska, Ronnie and Almarie Chalmers relocated their family July 4 to hot-as-a-firecracker Kansas. But seven weeks of scalding temperatures haven't made the Chalmers family -- son Mario is a freshman basketball guard at Kansas University -- blow a fuse.

KU soccer intense in exhibition

Smith nearly ejected; freshmen play solid minutes

Someone forgot to tell Kansas University soccer standout Caroline Smith that Saturday's game against Drake was an exhibition.

Current Jayhawks rout alumni, 3-0

'Phenomenal' freshman class debuts for KU

They might be old-school, but Kansas University's alumni volleyball team wouldn't let the current Jayhawks school them Saturday night at Horejsi Center.