More than half of Kansas University’s student-athletes on active rosters recorded a grade-point average of 3.0 or higher, and 31 had a perfect 4.0 as the department recorded a combined GPA of 3.0 for the spring semester.
Three of the four Kansas University boats that competed in Sunday’s Grand Final races at the Big 12 Championship earned medals, pacing the Jayhawks to a fourth-place finish in the five-team field.
Four of Kansas University’s five boats advanced Saturday to today’s Grand Finals of the Big 12 Rowing Championships.
Kansas University’s rowing team landed 18 Jayhawks on the 2015 Academic All-Big 12 Rowing Team. A total of 172 student-athletes around the conference were recognized.
Kansas University’s rowing team has added nine signees, coach Rob Catloth announced Thursday.
Kansas University’s rowing team defeated Kansas State, 14-9, Saturday in the Sunflower Showdown at Wyandotte County Lake.
Kansas University’s rowing team joined up with Oklahoma on Saturday in the Big 12 vs. Big Ten Double Dual as the Jayhawks and Sooners took on Iowa and Wisconsin.
Kansas University’s Second Varsity Eight boat won its race at a weather-plagued regatta Saturday at Southern Methodist University.
Kelsey Arnold, who spent the past three years as an assistant rowing coach at Grand Valley State University in Michigan, has joined Kansas University’s rowing staff.
Kansas University senior Elizabeth Scherer was named Conference USA Rowing Scholar Athlete of the Year on Wednesday, a year after collecting the same award from the Big 12.
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 seniors Catherine Clements and Elizabeth Scherer earned spots on the Conference USA Rowing All-Academic Team.
Kansas University rowing coach Rob Catloth announced the addition of five rowers Wednesday.
Eleven Kansas University rowers earned the Conference USA Commissioner’s Academic Medal for the 2013-14 season.
Kansas University’s rowing team concluded the regular season with a victory and three second-place finishes Sunday at the Lake Natoma Invite.