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Kansas center Hunter Mickelson fired up to contribute

Hunter Mickelson had a smile on his face and bounce in his steps as he worked with 100 or so youths at Wednesday’s Ed Fritz College Stars camp at the Fieldhouse of Kansas City.By Gary Bedore

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KU to shuffle seating at Allen Fieldhouse

More donor seating will be added closer to floor in northwest corner of building

Section U, which has been reserved for students, will be available to Williams Fund donors this season.

Lions’ Freeman, Jayhawks Hoag, Wesley in Hall Class of 2014

Former Lawrence High football and track coach Bill Freeman and Kansas University standouts Charlie Hoag and Walt Wesley will be inducted into Kansas Sports Hall of Fame on Oct. 5 at the Wichita Boathouse.

Heavy topics dominate Kansas Athletics meeting

Fresh off of their recent stint in Dallas for the Big 12 spring meetings, Kansas University Chancellor Bernadette Gray-Little and athletic director Sheahon Zenger on Wednesday needed little time to bring the Kansas Athletics, Inc., board of directors up to speed on what topics were discussed at the annual meetings. By Matt Tait

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Weis headed to Hawaii for camp

Kansas University football coach Charlie Weis is headed to Hawaii this weekend to attend the Maximum Exposure camp put on by the Pacific Islands Athletic Alliance. By Matt Tait

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Kansas center Hunter Mickelson fired up to contribute

Hunter Mickelson had a smile on his face and bounce in his steps as he worked with 100 or so youths at Wednesday’s Ed Fritz College Stars camp at the Fieldhouse of Kansas City.By Gary Bedore