Former Kansas guard Aniya Thomas will play for one of the more successful mid-major programs in women’s basketball.
Former Kansas guard Erica Haynes-Overton, who is from Nashville, has decided to transfer home to Tennessee State for her sixth year of eligibility.
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.
Missouri State women's basketball coach Beth Cunningham said she had been recruiting former Kansas guard Aniya Thomas from the moment she decided to transfer in March.
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
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.
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
Kansas women's basketball coach Brandon Schneider said Wednesday that guard Aniya Thomas' decision to transfer was made with a potential career in coaching in mind.
Wyvette Mayberry, a combo guard who led Tulsa in scoring last season as a sophomore, has decided to transfer to Kansas.
The Kansas women's basketball team's season ended Sunday with a loss to Stanford in the second round of the NCAA Tournament. Now, it's onto the offseason, which will be crucial in setting the Jayhawks up to duplicate their success a year from now.
The Kansas women’s basketball team hung tough with top-seeded Stanford for nearly three quarters on Sunday night, but a late surge by the defending national champions buried the Jayhawks 91-65 in the second round of the NCAA Tournament.
Can Kansas shock the world? That question will be answered when the eighth-seeded Jayhawks try to upset No. 1 seed Stanford in Sunday's NCAA women's basketball tournament second-round game.
Ioanna Chatzileonti had 15 points and 10 rebounds, Holly Kersgieter scored 19 points and eighth-seeded Kansas beat ninth-seeded Georgia Tech 77-58 on Friday night in the first round of the NCAA Tournament.
Taiyanna Jackson, a 6-foot-6 center who set the women's basketball team's single-season record for blocks last week, is one of the biggest reasons the Jayhawks have returned to the NCAA Tournament for the first time in nine years.
The Kansas women's basketball team, which is playing in the NCAA Tournament for the first time in nine years, is hoping to make a trip to the event an annual occurrence.