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Ten to watch: This week's must-see events at the Kansas Relays

First, allow me to guarantee sunny skies for this week’s Kansas Relays, which start downtown Wednesday with the shot put, continue Thursday with the downtown long jump and play out at the track inside Memorial Stadium from Wednesday through Saturday.

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Lawrence Rotarians quiz KU athletic director Sheahon Zenger on variety of topics

Kansas University’s new athletic director said Monday he hopes to make the department a place where student-athletes train.

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RB Brandon Bourbon injures leg at Monday practice, season in question

Kansas University running back Brandon Bourbon suffered a leg injury during Monday's practice and will be out indefinitely, with surgery scheduled for Tuesday.

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Ten to watch: This week's must-see events at the Kansas Relays

First, allow me to guarantee sunny skies for this week’s Kansas Relays, which start downtown Wednesday with the shot put, continue Thursday with the downtown long jump and play out at the track inside Memorial Stadium from Wednesday through Saturday.

KU men’s golf sixth in Iowa

Kansas University’s men’s golf team shot a second-round 295 and placed sixth in the team race at the Hawkeye Invitational on Sunday.

Kansas tennis falls to Oklahoma, 4-3

Dylan Windom extended her singles winning streak to six with a fifth singles victory Sunday afternoon, but it was not enough in Kansas University’s 4-3 tennis loss to No. 21 Oklahoma at the Gregg Wadley Indoor Tennis Pavilion.

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KU softball tumbles

Jayhawks suffer 8-0, run-rule loss

A tough bounce here, an error there, and suddenly another game had gotten away from Kansas University’s softball team.

Jayhawks shut out Mizzou

KU claims 6-0 win, clinches series

Freshman Ka’iana Eldredge went 3-for-3 with a key two-out RBI single, while three Kansas University pitchers held Missouri scoreless as the Jayhawks earned their first series victory over the Tigers in Columbia since 1983 with a 6-0 triumph Sunday afternoon.

Jayhawks in the NBA

Here is how former Jayhawks fared in NBA action Sunday, April 17, 2011.

La Salle center considers Kansas

John Calipari visits Trevor Lacey

TrevorAaric Murray, a 6-foot-10, 250-pound sophomore center who recently announced plans to leave La Salle University, likely will transfer either to Kansas University or West Virginia, Jon Rothstein of CBSsports.com reported Sunday.