After defeating Kentucky on Friday in its NCAA Tournament opener, Kansas University’s baseball team lost, 6-3, to host Louisville — the regional’s top seed — Saturday at Jim Patterson Stadium.
On the heels of its 10-6, opening-day victory over No. 22 Kentucky in NCAA Baseball regional action, the KU baseball program announced early Saturday morning that today's game vs. No. 13 Louisville would be shown on ESPN2.
Two more Kansas University track-and-field athletes on Friday earned trips to the NCAA Outdoor Championships based on top-12 performances at the West Preliminary at John McDonnell Stadium.
Three of the four Lawrence high school products playing in the NCAA Baseball Tournament won opening-round regional games on Friday.
Throughout his youth, Kansas University senior Tucker Tharp watched his two older brothers play important roles for their collegiate teams and always figured that he, too, one day would travel down that path. By Matt Tait
After Ritch Price’s program went five seasons without an NCAA Tournament appearance, the coach’s Kansas University baseball players didn’t mind spending long stretches of Friday afternoon killing time at Louisville’s Jim Patterson Stadium.
Here's a look at how former Kansas University players fared in NBA playoff games of Friday, May 30.
Four Kansas University track-and-field athletes advanced, and one qualified for the NCAA Championships on Thursday at the NCAA West Preliminary.
Kansas University women’s golfer Minami Levonowich shot a 1-under 71 at Drumm Farm Golf Club in Independence, Missouri, on May 27 to qualify for the U.S. Women’s Amateur Public Links (WAPL) Championship.
Barring some monumental surprise, one of three players — Andrew Wiggins, Joel Embiid, Jabari Parker — will be taken first in the June 26 NBA Draft. It’s the order in which the Big Three will be selected that has everybody guessing with a month to go before the NBA extravaganza in Brooklyn, New York. By Gary Bedore
Even for someone 16, an age at which fear tends to take a back seat to the need to experience the new and thrilling, Kansas University basketball recruit Sviatoslav Mykhailiuk showed courage on many levels in deciding to become one of the youngest college basketball players in history. By Tom Keegan
When the 2014 NCAA Baseball Tournament begins today, Lawrence will be well represented, and not just because of Kansas University making its first appearance in five years. By Benton Smith
None of the Jayhawks who step on the mound this weekend at the NCAA Tournament regional in Louisville, Kentucky, will do so with the intention of going all Nolan Ryan against Kentucky, Louisville or Kent State. By Benton Smith
Here's a look at how former Kansas University players fared in NBA playoff games of Thursday, May 29.
The Big 12 Conference released the television broadcast assignments for the first three weeks of the 2014 college football season, with Kansas University scheduled for television in each of its first two games.
Baseballs hang from every branch of the Price family tree. Ritch Price is in his 12th season as Kansas University’s baseball coach. His son, Ritchie, is the third-base coach. Ritchie and his brothers, Ryne and Robby, also played for KU. Price’s days of coaching his sons are over, but to hear his players tell it, he’s not done blurring the lines between father and coach. By Tom Keegan
Former Kansas University basketball standout Ben McLemore of the Sacramento Kings will hold his first “Sir McLemore Summer Slam” from 8 a.m. until 9 p.m. Saturday, July 26, in Lawrence. The Slam, which will include a variety of events, in McLemore’s words, “will help me raise awareness (and funds) for the fight against childhood hunger.” Notes by Gary Bedore
Here's a look at how former Kansas University players fared in NBA playoff games of Wednesday, May 28.
Ritch Price stood outside the home dugout at Hoglund Ballpark late Tuesday afternoon, an hour before Kansas University’s baseball team departed for Louisville, Kentucky — site of Friday’s NCAA Tournament opener against the University of Kentucky.
If not for the way he executed his craft — one strike after the next, pinpoint accuracy, fantastic command — one might think Kansas University freshman Stephen Villines did not care all that much about pitching. But it’s the competitor behind that happy-go-lucky exterior that allowed Villines to lead the Jayhawks in saves (8) and fill one of the game’s most important roles, despite inheriting it just a few months after receiving his first Div. I scholarship offer. By Matt Tait
Here's a look at how former Kansas University players fared in NBA playoff games of Tuesday, May 27.
Providence and UMass have emerged as possible transfer destinations of former Kansas University point guard Naadir Tharpe. CBSsports.com’s Jeff Borzello tweeted on Tuesday that the 5-foot-11 Worcester, Massachusetts, native is being pursued by both schools. Playing overseas also was listed as an option for Tharpe, who announced his decision to transfer from KU on May 1. Basketball notes by Gary Bedore
If baseball were a one-on-one game, Ritch Price’s Kansas University team might be in trouble Friday during its first NCAA Tournament game in five years. Waiting across the diamond at Louisville’s Jim Patterson Stadium will be Kentucky junior A.J. Reed, the Wildcats’ ace on the mound and top hitter in their batting order. By Matt Tait
Kansas University women’s basketball coach Bonnie Henrickson announced Tuesday that freshmen guards Dakota and Dylan Gonzalez have been released to transfer.
Malik Newman and Diamond Stone, the Nos. 1- and 3-ranked high school basketball players in the recruiting Class of 2015, say they’ll definitely attend the same college as part of a so-called “package deal.” By Gary Bedore
Basketball fans of Kansas University’s perennial powerhouse program can’t wait to see Ukrainian prodigy Sviatoslav Mykhailiuk take the court in Allen Fieldhouse for Late Night. By Tom Keegan
Here's a look at how former Kansas University players fared in NBA playoff games of Monday, May 26.
The Kansas University baseball team was one of 64 teams selected for this year's NCAA Tournament. KU, seeded third in the four-team Louisville regional, will open its run to the College World Series at 1 p.m. on Friday against No. 2 seed Kentucky in Louisville. By Matt Tait
Here's a look at how former Kansas University players fared in NBA playoff games of Sunday, May 25.
Kansas University junior Connor McKay wishes he could do more to help the baseball team. Perhaps that’s the problem. By Bobby Nightengale
Former Kansas University basketball players Andrew Wiggins and Joel Embiid — who did not attend the recent NBA Draft combine, where all-important measurements were taken — submitted to such measurements over the past few days. By Gary Bedore
The first thing they always want to do is race. That’s what several members of the Kansas University football team learned recently during a two-week stretch in which more than 40 Jayhawks visited with elementary-school students across Lawrence. By Matt Tait
Wes Benjamin, drafted in the 48th round of the 2011 MLB Draft out of high school by the New York Yankees, was KU’s top pro prospect this year. That hasn’t changed despite a season-ending injury. By Benton Smith
Cole Aldrich, the No. 11 pick in the 2010 NBA Draft, has played for Oklahoma City, Houston, Sacramento and the Knicks. He has developed a reputation as a hard-working backup and a good teammate. By Gary Bedore
Here's a look at how former Kansas University players fared in NBA playoff games of Saturday, May 24.
Former Kansas University center Joel Embiid appears to have recovered fully from the back injury that forced him to miss the 2014 Big 12 and NCAA Tournaments. “Great workout this morning with lots of influential people in the gym,” Embiid wrote on Twitter after wowing NBA scouts and reporters at an open workout in Santa Monica, Calif. By Gary Bedore
The Kansas University women’s golf team’s saved its best round for last but was unable to climb out of 24th place as the NCAA Championship concluded Friday at Tulsa Country Club.
Kansas University learned Thursday that 41 entries had been accepted into the preliminary round of the NCAA Div. I Outdoor Track & Field Championships, which will be held May 29-31 in Fayetteville, Arkansas.
Lorraine Enabulele, a 6-foot-1 forward from Ajax, Ontario, Canada, has signed a national letter of intent to play basketball at Kansas University, women’s coach Bonnie Henrickson announced Thursday.
Kansas University’s women’s golf team fell back to last place after the third round of the NCAA Championship on Thursday at the Tulsa Country Club.
One thing is certain: Following Wednesday’s signing of the 6-foot-8 Sviatoslav Mykhailiuk, KU’s perimeter is one of the deepest in the country. By Gary Bedore
With its second loss in two days, Kansas University's baseball team got bounced from the Big 12 tournament Thursday at Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark.
Kansas University junior Minami Levonowich recorded an eagle, and the Jayhawks moved up a spot during the second round of the NCAA Women’s Golf Championship on Wednesday at the Tulsa Country Club.
Sviatoslav Mykhailiuk, who this fall will become one of the youngest (if not the youngest) college basketball players in history, is apparently more than ready for the challenge of big-time hoops. By Gary Bedore
Staying power, the hidden beauty of Bill Self’s latest blockbuster recruiting class, separates it from most elite ones. By Tom Keegan
Here's a look at how former Kansas University players fared in NBA playoff games of Wednesday, May 21.
A wild, eight-run West Virginia rally in the top of the seventh inning sent Kansas University's baseball team to a 10-9 loss Wednesday at the Big 12 Baseball Championship.
Ukrainian basketball sensation Sviatoslav Mykhailiuk, a 6-foot-6 wing from the Ukraine who has been compared to San Antonio's Manu Ginobili, is headed to Kansas on basketball scholarship.
Barring some big surprise, Kansas University’s Andrew Wiggins and Joel Embiid will be playing basketball in either Cleveland, Milwaukee or Philadelphia next season. The NBA Draft Lottery revealed Tuesday that the Cavaliers will pick No. 1, the Bucks No. 2 and the Sixers No. 3. By Gary Bedore
Teammates call Kansas University junior shortstop Justin Protacio by his nickname: Proto. It does not stand for Div. I prototype. At 5-foot-5, nothing about him screams prototype. Everything screamed at him by student hecklers from opposing teams references his height. Column by Tom Keegan
Two more recruits have signed national letters of intent with the Kansas University women’s tennis program, coach Todd Chapman announced Tuesday.
Eleven Kansas University baseball players earned All-Big 12 Conference honors, the league announced Tuesday.
Gusty winds didn’t do any favors for a Kansas University women’s golf team making its first NCAA Championship appearance in 24 years. The Kansas women finished the first day of nationals in 24th place out of 24 teams, Tuesday at Tulsa Country Club. KU’s second of four rounds will get underway at 12:56 p.m. today.
Here's a look at how former Kansas University players fared in NBA playoff games of Tuesday, May 20.
Kansas University officials announced Tuesday that the Sept. 13 game at Duke would kickoff at 2:30 p.m., central time, and would be televised by the ACC's Regional Sports Network.
If teams were seeded according to Golfstat.com rankings, Kansas University’s women’s golfers would enter this week’s NCAA championships 21st in a 24-team field. By Gary Bedore
Former Kansas University basketball standouts Andrew Wiggins and Joel Embiid soon will know a lot more about where they might be playing basketball next season. The NBA will hold its annual lottery at 7 tonight on ESPN. By Gary Bedore
Here's a look at how former Kansas University players fared in NBA playoff games of Monday, May 19.
After stringing together a nine-game conference winning streak and taking the nonconference opener with Michigan, the 22nd-ranked Jayhawks managed just four hits in a 4-0 loss to the Wolverines on Sunday at Ray Fisher Stadium.
Kansas University collected three event titles, the KU women placed fourth and the men seventh Sunday at the Big 12 Outdoor Track and Field Championships.
Here's a look at how former Kansas University players fared in NBA playoff games of Sunday, May 18.
As tough as Saturday was for Kansas University’s softball players and coaches, the Jayhawks left Columbia, Missouri, proud of their season and their first trip to the NCAA Tournament since 2006 and excited for what the future holds. By Benton Smith
Playing in his first PGA Tour event at the age of 37, Chris Thompson’s tournament score fluctuated between even-par and 2-under par through 70 of the 72 holes of the Byron Nelson Championship. By Tom Keegan
The same golf gods who tortured Gary Woodland throughout the front nine Sunday, seemingly shrinking the cup on the right side by an inch, finally let his Callaway golf ball roll slowly in the right side of the cup on No. 18 at Las Colinas. And all he was trying to do was get it close. By Tom Keegan
One of the massive message boards on the course Saturday at the Byron Nelson Championship flashed a “Did you know?” feature that shared interesting tidbits about one of the players playing the hole. For former Kansas University golfer Chris Thompson, a member of Lawrence Country Club, the only words on the board were “Did you know?” By Tom Keegan
After Saturday’s third round of the Byron Nelson Championship, Gary Woodland predicted someone is going to bring Las Colinas to its knees today. He didn’t say he would, but it was evident he believes he’s going to have a big final round today. By Tom Keegan
Trash talk or not, the postseason is no place for pleasantries, particularly among old acquaintances. A pair of former conference foes combined to boot Kansas University’s softball team from the NCAA Tournament Saturday at University Field. By Benton Smith
Kansas University’s rowing team won its Novice EIght and Open Four (B) races on the way to a seventh place finish at the 11-team Conference USA Championship on Saturday.
Kansas University junior outfielders Michael Suiter and Dakota Smith combined for five RBIs in a six-run ninth inning that lifted the Jayhawks over Michigan, 8-2, on Saturday.
Minami Levonowich, who did not hit a single 4-iron during the first of three 18-hole rounds at the recent NCAA Central Regional golf tournament, pulled that club out of her Kansas Jayhawk golf bag without hesitation on the second day. By Gary Bedore
The Kansas University women’s track and field team moved up four spots to first place on the second day of the Big 12 Outdoor Championships.
Kansas University seniors Catherine Clements and Elizabeth Scherer earned spots on the Conference USA Rowing All-Academic Team.
Daina Levy placed fourth in the hammer throw, and Kansas University collected a pair of fifth-place finishes on the men’s side Friday, opening day of the Big 12 Outdoor Track & Field Championships.
ESPN.com has listed five programs that will be “most reliant on freshmen” during the 2014-15 season. Surprise: Kentucky is not one of them. By Gary Bedore
The hottest putter in the world is a Lawrence resident, and his name is not Gary Woodland, although Woodland (tied for 10th) is three strokes out of the lead and three strokes ahead of Chris Thompson (tied for 25th). By Tom Keegan
The upset-minded Kansas University softball team wasted no time Friday afternoon against No. 19 Nebraska, scoring three runs in the top of the first to establish the upper hand on the way to a 3-1 victory in the Jayhawks' first NCAA Tournament game since 2006. Next up: old Border War rival Missouri, at 3:30 p.m. Saturday.
Kansas University sophomore second baseman Colby Wright was named to the Academic All-Big 12 second team, the league announced Thursday.
Kansas University’s softball players already survived what felt like hours of holding their collective breath Sunday before learning they made the NCAA Tournament. It had to make the idea of beginning KU’s first postseason since 2006 against No. 19 Nebraska (40-15) a little less daunting. By Benton Smith
Although today will mark the NCAA Tournament debut for every player in a Kansas University softball uniform, the Jayhawks feel like they know what they’re getting into. KU has a rare opportunity in front of it, opening the postseason against a Nebraska team it already faced this season. By Benton Smith
Lawrence resident Chris Thompson never has been over par during a PGA Tour event.
Here's a look at how former Kansas University players fared in NBA playoff games of Thursday, May 15.
Ukrainian basketball sensation Sviatoslav Mykhailiuk, a 6-foot-6 wing who has been compared to the San Antonio Spurs’ Manu Ginobili and the late Drazen Petrovic, will be making a recruiting trip to Kansas University this weekend. By Gary Bedore
Kansas University football coach Charlie Weis kicked off the summer preview party circuit at the 6th Avenue Ballroom in Topeka on Wednesday evening, and his message to the KU fans in attendance was one of continued progress within the program. By Matt Tait
Boston Celtics president of basketball operations Danny Ainge said he’s not sure how the absence of Andrew Wiggins, Joel Embiid and Jabari Parker at this week’s NBA Combine will affect the three players’ positioning at the top of the draft. By Gary Bedore
Eagle Bend head pro Jon Zylstra, former pro at Lawrence Country Club, has played countless rounds with and against Chris Thompson, who makes his PGA Tour debut today in the HP Byron Nelson Championship. By Tom Keegan
Here's a look at how former Kansas University players fared in NBA playoff games of Wednesday, May 14.
Kansas University placed 24 student-athletes on the Academic All-Big 12 Track & Field teams, including a league-best 15 men.
The 10th anniversary of the NCAA's academic progress rate brought good news for Kansas University. Led by men's basketball and volleyball's perfect 1,000-point four-year average, all 18 of KU's athletic programs came in well above the 930 mark that conveys programs in good standing according to the NCAA. By Matt Tait
Shots might have been fired out of Columbia, Missouri, in the direction of Lawrence, but Kansas University’s softball players weren’t about to retaliate and inflame a Border War of words. By Benton Smith
Sixteen years after earning All-American honors as a golfer at Kansas University, Chris Thompson finally hit the big time Tuesday, putting so many near-misses in his rear-view mirror. At the age of 37, Thompson is a better golfer than he ever has been, and he has a Thursday tee time in the HP Byron Nelson Championship to prove it. Column by Tom Keegan
An exercise-science major who hopes to start dental school in the fall of 2015, Meghan Potee has had a stellar academic career at Kansas University. Normally, her accomplishments would be recognized Sunday during KU commencement ceremonies in Memorial Stadium. Potee has another engagement, however. By Gary Bedore
Here's a look at how former Kansas University players fared in NBA playoff games of Tuesday, May 13.
Kansas University basketball officials announced Oct. 10 as the date for this year's Late Night in the Phog college basketball kickoff to the 2014-15 season.
Marquee matchups against 2014 Final Four teams Kentucky and Florida, an appearance in the Orlando Classic and road trips to Georgetown and Temple highlight Kansas University’s 2014-15 nonconference basketball schedule, which was released Tuesday. By Gary Bedore
A couple of notable names are no longer listed on the Kansas University football program’s official roster. Linebacker Samson Faifili and cornerback Brandon Hollomon, who were listed on the Jayhawks’ roster throughout spring practices, have been taken off. Although no official word or reason was given, a KU spokesperson said removing them from the roster was no accident. By Matt Tait
Gary Woodland’s weekend at The Players Championship didn’t end like he’d hoped, but the former Kansas University golfer kept battling after a rough start Sunday.
Look for Kansas University basketball coach Bill Self to be in Brooklyn’s Barclays Center on June 26 for what could be a historic NBA Draft. The Jayhawks’ Andrew Wiggins and Joel Embiid will be trying to be the top two overall picks from the same school for the second time in history. By Gary Bedore
Kansas University freshman closer Stephen Villines was named the Big 12 Baseball Newcomer of the Week, the league announced Monday.
Here's a look at how former Kansas University players fared in NBA playoff games of Monday, May 12.
Kansas University baseball returned to a national Top 25 poll on Monday, coming in at No. 22 in Baseball America’s weekly ranks.
Here's a look at how former Kansas University players fared in NBA playoff games of Sunday, May 11.
Former Kansas University basketball players Andrew Wiggins and Joel Embiid, as well as Duke’s Jabari Parker, have decided to not attend the NBA combine Thursday and Friday in Chicago, Yahoo Sports reports. By Gary Bedore
The Kansas University baseball team, the one projected to place in ninth (last) place, ended its Big 12 regular season with nine consecutive conference victories for a 15-9 record and at worst an outright third-place finish. By Tom Keegan
Fresh off a regular-season ending sweep of Iowa State, the Kansas University softball team learned some even better news Sunday night, when it found out it had earned a berth in this year's NCAA Tournament. By Bobby Nightengale
Sunday's 9-8 victory over West Virginia locked Ritch Price's Kansas University baseball squad into the third spot in the Big 12 standings and marked KU's highest finish in Price's 12 seasons.
Former Kansas University golfer Gary Woodland shot a 2-under-par 70 at the PGA Tour’s Players Championship on Saturday and is tied for fifth heading into today’s final round.
Dakota Smith tries to avoid putting extra pressure on himself when stepping to the plate in RBI situations with two outs. By Gary Bedore
Kansas University’s women’s golf team improved five spots in the team standings on the final day of the NCAA Central Regional on Saturday and qualified for the NCAAs for just the second time in school history.
During Saturday’s 10-3, Senior Day softball victory over Iowa State at Arrocha Ballpark, Kansas University senior Taylor Hatfield delivered one of those made-for-Hollywood moments. By Matt Tait
An effective reliever as a freshman (3.09 ERA) and quality starter as a sophomore (3.23, second-team All-Big 12), Frank Duncan stumbled as a junior (4.20). He’s back and oh-so-much-better-than-ever as a senior. By Tom Keegan
Here's a look at how former Kansas University players fared in NBA playoff games of Saturday, May 10.
Former Kansas University running back James Sims was not drafted during this weekend's NFL Draft. But shortly after the seven-round affair ended, Sims agreed to a free-agent deal with the Green Bay Packers.
Andrew White III isn’t the only member of his family shopping for a school. By Gary Bedore
The best offense for Kansas University’s softball team was its pitching and defense. By Bobby Nightengale
Baseball, the ultimate game of failure, forever delivers punches to the gut. But the beauty of playing for a team on a roll such as Kansas, winner of eight of its last nine, is that the players get their wind back at the slightest hint of hope. They start to believe something good forever is around the corner. By Tom Keegan
Kansas University sophomore Yupaporn Kawinpakorn shot a 3-under 69 Friday and is tied for seventh at the Women’s Golf Central Regional at Karsten Creek Golf Club. As a team, KU is in 10th place after two of three rounds.
It took a departure from the norm for Kansas University to win its seventh consecutive Big 12 Conference baseball game, but that’s exactly what the Jayhawks did, knocking off West Virginia 5-3 Friday at Hoglund Ballpark. By Matt Tait
Here's a look at how former Kansas University players fared in NBA playoff games of Friday, May 9.
Ben McLemore’s friends in the NBA teased him a bit at season’s end when he said he was planning on returning to Lawrence for a long stay. “When I tell everybody I’m going back to Kansas, they think, ‘Oh, you are going back to go back.’ I’m like, ‘No, I’m going back to work on my classes and get my degree.’ When I tell them that, they’re shocked (and say) ‘Wow, that’s a good thing to do,’” said the 21-year-old former Kansas University wing who just completed his rookie season with the Sacramento Kings. By Gary Bedore
Sophomore golfer Yupaporn “Mook” Kawinpakorn led the Kansas University women’s golf team with a 3-over 75 in the first round of the NCAA Central Regional on Thursday at Karsten Creek Golf Club.
Here's a look at how former Kansas University players fared in NBA playoff games of Thursday, May 8.
Unable to crack the rotation in two seasons at Kansas University, with prospects for minutes not so great entering his junior year, Andrew White III will seek playing time at another school. By Gary Bedore
Missouri State sure seems to have Kansas University’s number, at least in baseball.
To advance to the NCAA championships, Kansas University’s women’s golf team must defeat 16 of 24 teams at the 2014 Central Regional tournament today through Saturday at Karsten Creek Golf Club in Stillwater, Oklahoma. By Gary Bedore
When wide receiver Josh Ford came to Kansas University from Arizona Western prior to the start of the 2012 football season, he arrived with dreams of catching passes in the NFL when his time as a Jayhawk was finished. By Matt Tait
Here's a look at how former Kansas University players fared in NBA playoff games of Wednesday, May 7.
National powers and defending regular-season men's basketball champions in each of their respective conferences, Kansas University and Florida will square off in the second SEC/Big 12 Challenge, Dec. 5 in historic Allen Fieldhouse, the two leagues and ESPN announced Wednesday.
Former Kansas University basketball guard Michael Lee — a graduate student manager for the Jayhawks’ 2008 national title team before spending two years as assistant coach at Gardner-Webb and three more at University of San Francisco — spent the past season tutoring younger players. By Gary Bedore
Here's a look at how former Kansas University players fared in NBA playoff games of Tuesday, May 6.
Since a mid-April collapse, Kansas University's baseball team has ripped off seven consecutive victories, including back-to-back conference sweeps for the first time since 1994. Just like that, the Jayhawks have gone from limping to the finish to playing some of the best baseball in the country. By Matt Tait
One of the best golfers in the history of the Kansas University women’s program was introduced to the sport as a youngster in Thailand. “My dad brought me to the golf course and he’d just leave me there. I had nothing to do so I just had to hit the golf ball,” said Yupaporn “Mook” Kawinpakorn, a sophomore all-Big 12 selection who takes an all-time KU-best seasonal stroke average of 74.41 into the NCAA Central Regional this weekend in Stillwater, Oklahoma. By Gary Bedore
Here's a look at how former Kansas University players fared in NBA playoff games of Monday, May 5.
Here's a look at how former Kansas University players fared in NBA playoff games of Sunday, May 4.
Kansas University and Texas battled through four-plus innings of a low-scoring pitchers’ duel Sunday. Then the wheels fell off for the Jayhawks.
Eleventh-year Kansas University coach Bill Self, who emphatically denied interest in filling any of the NBA’s coaching openings at Friday’s DeBruce Center dedication outside Allen Fieldhouse, did acknowledge being a follower of the pro game Friday on 610 radio. By Gary Bedore
No factor has played a bigger role in the cellar-dwelling than a failure to recruit the right quarterback, develop him the right way and put him in the right offense. By Tom Keegan
Sunday's 4-1 victory over Texas Tech marked the Kansas University baseball team's seventh win in a row and helped the Jayhawks sweep back to back conference foes — KU took three from Baylor last weekend — for the first time since 1994. Senior hurler Frank Duncan pitched a complete-game, five-hitter to pick up the victory and sophomore second baseman Colby Wright remained red hot at the plate. By Matt Tait
Kansas University’s track-and-field team tuned up for the Big 12 Outdoor Championships by picking up 17 event victories on Saturday at the Ward Haylett Invitational.
Kansas University softball snapped out of a nasty offensive slump and ended a pair of losing streaks in the process.
Kansas University, which landed blue-chip basketball point guard Devonte’ Graham on Friday, has emerged as one of eight finalists for Jalen Brunson, a 6-foot-1 junior point guard from Stevenson High in Lincolnshire, Ill. By Gary Bedore
When Kansas University’s baseball team hit the field Saturday for Game 2 of its series against No. 19 Texas Tech, the Jayhawks knew they had an opportunity to make a statement about whether they belong in the NCAA Tournament. By Matt Tait
Here's a look at how former Kansas University players fared in NBA playoff games of Saturday, May 3.
Texas pitcher Tiarra Davis limited the Kansas University softball team to two hits as the Jayhawks lost, 2-0, on Friday in the opener of their final Big 12 road series.
Exactly four Fridays ago, Kansas University baseball coach Ritch Price handed over his Friday night starter duties to senior Jordan Piche’, a former all-Big 12 closer who had not made a start since junior college. Friday night, Piche' earned his second consecutive complete-game victory, an 11-3 triumph over visiting Texas Tech. By Matt Tait
Groundbreaking Day for the DeBruce Center just might signify one of the greatest days in Kansas University basketball history. So says KU coach Bill Self, who believes Friday’s turning of dirt for the $18 million home of James Naismith’s original rules of basketball, is the start of something great for the program. By Gary Bedore
Here's a look at how former Kansas University players fared in NBA playoff games of Friday, May 2.
Two weeks after awarding its starting quarterback spot to Bishop Miege graduate Montell Cozart, the Kansas University football program picked up an oral commitment from the player who followed in Cozart’s footsteps. Late Friday morning, Miege senior-to-be Ryan Willis announced via Twitter that he had committed to play football at Kansas. By Matt Tait
Less than 24 hours after learning that it was losing its starting point guard, the Kansas University men's basketball program landed another, when Devonte' Graham, a 6-foot-2 point guard from Brewster Academy in New Hampshire, announced his plans to join the KU program. By Gary Bedore
Kansas University women’s golfer Yupaporn Kawinpakorn was named to the All-Big 12 team, the conference announced Thursday.
Interviewing him for three years, I never once heard Naadir Tharpe say, “At this juncture.” But there it was in the press release announcing his transfer, so he absolutely, 100 percent must have said it. By Tom Keegan
Kansas University junior Naadir Tharpe is no longer a member of the Jayhawk team. By Gary Bedore
Here's a look at how former Kansas University players fared in NBA playoff games of Thursday, May 1.
Kansas University junior point guard Naadir Tharpe will not return for his senior season, he and head coach Bill Self announced on Thursday.
Kansas University junior Michael Stigler repeated as Big 12 Track & Field Male Athlete of the Week.
Kansas University rowing coach Rob Catloth announced the addition of five rowers Wednesday.
Kansas University’s athletic department has hired HNTB, a Kansas City-based architecture firm, to draw up blueprints for Memorial Stadium’s future renovations, but there are no plans to break ground any time soon, according to KU athletic director Sheahon Zenger. By Matt Tait
Kansas University lost one basketball recruit — Myles Turner — to a player’s home-state school while possibly moving a step closer to winning the battle for another — Devonte Graham — on a wild Wednesday in the college basketball recruiting world.
It’s difficult to imagine fans of any of the six schools that did not land Myles Turner, including Kansas University, reaching into the sore-loser bag to fire the typical darts. By Tom Keegan
Here's a look at how former Kansas University players fared in NBA playoff games of Wednesday, April 30.