Stories for April 7, 2019


Lead stories


Former KU receiver Ryan Schadler, other Jayhawks attend Chiefs' local pro day

In the months since his KU football career concluded, Ryan Schadler has discovered the time he invested as a specialist is paying off. In fact, he hopes it will help him get his cleats in the door at the NFL level. By Benton Smith

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As college basketball season draws to a close, KU coach Bill Self sees hope at 2019 Final Four

As veteran teams Texas Tech and Virginia prepare to play for college basketball’s biggest prize, Bill Self’s 2018-19 Kansas team is left to reflect on the 26-10 season that ended in the second round. By Matt Tait

Kansas baseball defeats No. 11 Texas Tech in series finale

Behind a career day from sophomore designated hitter Tom Lichty, the Kansas baseball team downed Texas Tech by a final score of 13-9 on Sunday afternoon at Rip Griffin Park.

No. 14 Kansas tennis tops West Virginia, 6-1

No. 14-ranked Kansas tennis defeated West Virginia, 6-1, Sunday afternoon at the Jayhawk Tennis Center. The Jayhawks (15-4, 6-2 Big 12) have now won four consecutive conference matches, improving to third place in the league standings behind Texas and Oklahoma State.

KU women's golf in 18th place after round one at Clemson Invitational

The Kansas women's golf team opened play at the Clemson Invitational on Sunday morning, playing 18 holes on the par-72, 6,260 yard course at the Reserve at Lake Keowee. The Jayhawks finished in 18th place after round one, firing a 15-over 303.

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Carter Stanley in thick of yet another KU football QB competition

What better person to ask about the Jayhawks’ current situation at QB, considering this is Round 4 for Carter Stanley when it comes to vying for the most prominent starting job? By Benton Smith

KU men's golf takes third at Irish Creek Intercollegiate

No. 31 Kansas men's golf team jumped four spots in the third round of the Irish Creek Intercollegiate on Sunday.