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Well received: Competition fierce at wideout

By his own admission, Kansas University football coach Charlie Weis understands he has a long way to go before reaching the point of complete comfort with his new team. Still, in just a few months and 15 spring practices, Weis was able to make plenty of headway and arrive at a couple of concrete conclusions.

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KU baseball falls in extras. Again.

It’s not that Kansas University’s baseball players are tired of playing extra-inning games. They’re just tired of losing them.

Former Xavier guard Mark Lyons to transfer to Arizona

Former Xavier combo guard Mark Lyons committed to Arizona on Sunday.

A&M edges KU softball

Kansas University senior Liz Kocon blasted a three-run home run in the Jayhawks’ 4-3 loss to No. 18-ranked Texas A&M on Saturday at the Aggies’ field.

KU baseball blanked

Kentucky Derby winner I’ll Have Another wasn’t the only longshot to stand in the winner’s circle late Saturday afternoon. For Air Force Academy left-hander Ben Bertelson, a junior from Midland, Texas, the winner’s circle on which he stood was the Hoglund Ballpark pitcher’s mound. Bertelson soft-tossed his way to a career-best performance, defeating Kansas University, 3-0, with an eight-hit shutout.

KU softball Hulls on academic team

Juniors Maggie and Rosie Hull represented Kansas University’s softball team on district seven when the Capital One Academic All-District teams were announced Friday by the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA).

How former Jayhawks fared (May 6)

Here's a look at how former Kansas University players fared in Saturday's NBA playoff games.

Katie O’Connor returns to KU women’s basketball staff

Katie O’Connor is returning to the Kansas University women’s basketball coaching staff.

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Well received: Competition fierce at wideout

By his own admission, Kansas University football coach Charlie Weis understands he has a long way to go before reaching the point of complete comfort with his new team. Still, in just a few months and 15 spring practices, Weis was able to make plenty of headway and arrive at a couple of concrete conclusions.