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NCAA clarifies compensation rules but is crackdown likely?

Eleven months after the NCAA lifted most of its restrictions against athletes cashing in on their fame, college sports leaders are trying to send a warning to schools and boosters it believes have crossed a line: There are still rules here and they will be enforced.

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Kansas freshman Caroline Bien named to U21 USA Volleyball training squad

Kansas standout Caroline Bien has been named to the 20-person Women’s Under-21 National Training Team for USA Volleyball, KU announced on Wednesday.

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Pleased with how Year 1 played out, Kansas AD Travis Goff eyeing even more momentum in Year 2

One of the primary goals of first-year Kansas Athletic Director Travis Goff was to improve morale in the department during his first 12 months on the job. Now that he believes he’s done that, Goff said the goal for Year 2, which is already a month old, is to further cement KU’s culture and push the standard for Kansas Athletics higher. By Matt Tait

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NCAA President Mark Emmert stepping down no later than 2023

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — NCAA President Mark Emmert is stepping down after 12 tumultuous years leading an association that has become increasingly marginalized while college sports has undergone massive changes and been besieged by political and legal attacks.

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KU AD Travis Goff says changing landscape of college athletics creates challenge as Big 12's search for new commissioner heats up

The Big 12 Conference on Thursday announced that it has secured the services of powerhouse search firm TurnkeyZRG to help find the conference’s next commissioner. By Matt Tait

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KU AD Travis Goff reports nearly $500,000 in NIL deals for Jayhawk athletes thus far

In the seven months since the NCAA made profiting on one’s name, image and likeness legal, athletes at the University of Kansas have cashed in on close to half a million dollars. By Matt Tait

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KU athletic director predicts some challenging financial years as Big 12 Conference reorganizes

In what has become nearly an annual affair at the University of Kansas, members of the University Senate quizzed KU’s athletic director on whether the athletic program can provide more money to support general university operations. By Chad Lawhorn

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Looking back at the top KU sports stories of 2021

It was another wild and unpredictable year in KU sports in 2021, with upsets, debuts, memorable moments and incredible individual performances dominating the landscape. As we prepare to turn the page to 2022 and begin to look ahead to all that’s in store for the coming year, here’s a quick look back at the top 10 sports stories in Kansas athletics from the past 12 months. By Matt Tait

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Kansas Athletics sets school record for graduation rate

Kansas Athletics recently announced that student-athletes at KU set a school record with a combined 90% Graduation Success Rate for student-athletes who began their full-time collegiate careers in the fall of 2014.

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KU's Jenny Mosser named Big 12 volleyball Scholar Athlete of the Year

Kansas volleyball senior Jenny Mosser was named the Big 12 volleyball scholar-athlete of the year for 2021 earlier this week.

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Report has Crawford headed to Wisconsin; Kansas volleyball finishes season ranked in Top 20

Former Kansas volleyball player Caroline Crawford is headed to Wisconsin, according to a recent report from the Madison State Journal. By Matt Tait

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Sources: Kansas volleyball sophomore Caroline Crawford planning to leave KU

A source close to the Kansas volleyball program confirmed to the Journal-World on Friday night that reports of sophomore middle blocker Caroline Crawford’s plans to transfer were accurate. By Matt Tait

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Kansas volleyball freshman Caroline Bien becomes 10th Jayhawk to earn AVCA All-American recognition

One day after being named to the NCAA Tournament’s Pittsburgh Regional team for her play during the Kansas volleyball team’s run to the Sweet 16, KU freshman Caroline Bien landed an even bigger honor. By Matt Tait

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With 'so much to build on,' KU volleyball upbeat about program's future

Still feeling the sting of a season-ending loss at Pitt in the NCAA Tournament’s Sweet 16, members of the Kansas volleyball team at least exited the postseason encouraged about the program’s future.

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KU volleyball's NCAA Tournament run ends in Sweet 16 at No. 3 Pitt

A hot start proved to be brief and ultimately unsustainable Thursday for a Kansas volleyball team trying to upset the NCAA Tournament’s No. 3 overall seed, Pitt, on the road.

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