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KU volleyball sweeps Mizzou, advances to 2nd Sweet 16 in program history

The Kansas University volleyball team swept Border War rival Missouri, 25-16, 25-13, 27-25, on Friday night at Horejsi Family Athletics Center to advance to the second NCAA Tournament Sweet 16 in program history.

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Tiger tuneup: Furman dispatched, KU-Mizzou is next

Kansas University’s volleyball team may not have been as sharp as usual during a 3-0 first-round NCAA Tournament victory over Furman on Thursday night in Horejsi Center. Yet the outcome was never in doubt for the (27-2) Jayhawks, who advanced into today’s much-anticipated second-round contest against (27-5) Missouri, a 3-1 first-round winner over Missouri State. By Gary Bedore

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How former Jayhawks fared in NBA games of Dec. 4, 2015

How former Jayhawks fared in NBA games of Dec. 4, 2015

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KU volleyball sweeps Mizzou, advances to 2nd Sweet 16 in program history

The Kansas University volleyball team swept Border War rival Missouri, 25-16, 25-13, 27-25, on Friday night at Horejsi Family Athletics Center to advance to the second NCAA Tournament Sweet 16 in program history.

Kansas swims at AT&T nationals

Kansas University swimmers Chelsie Miller and Haley Molden took part in the opening session of competition at the AT&T Winter Nationals with a pair of swims Thursday at Weyerhaeuser King County Aquatic Center in Federal Way, Washington.

KU’s Salazar on all-region team

Kansas University senior Liana Salazar was selected to the All-Central Region soccer first team Thursday by the National Soccer Coaches Association of America.

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Vick another high-flying KU freshman

Cheick Diallo wasn’t the only Kansas University freshman to deliver a crowd-pleasing dunk (or three) in Tuesday’s 94-61 nonconference basketball rout of Loyola Maryland in Allen Fieldhouse. By Gary Bedore

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Tiger tuneup: Furman dispatched, KU-Mizzou is next

Kansas University’s volleyball team may not have been as sharp as usual during a 3-0 first-round NCAA Tournament victory over Furman on Thursday night in Horejsi Center. Yet the outcome was never in doubt for the (27-2) Jayhawks, who advanced into today’s much-anticipated second-round contest against (27-5) Missouri, a 3-1 first-round winner over Missouri State. By Gary Bedore

Tom Keegan: Border War is just part of match

The gigantic television screen in the Naismith room on volleyball Selection Sunday revealed that Missouri had been sent to Lawrence for the NCAA tournament and the Jayhawks immediately erupted, a show of emotion that proved today’s Border War match involves more than a spot in the Sweet 16, which in itself is plenty exciting. By Tom Keegan

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Cornish retires from CFL

Kansas University’s strongest connection to Canadian football is no more. Wednesday, former KU great and CFL star Jon Cornish announced his retirement from the Canadian Football League after one of the most impressive nine-year careers in recent CFL history. By Matt Tait