Wichita Kansas jumped to a 6-0 lead, but Wichita State responded with 13 runs over two innings as the No. 3-ranked Shockers claimed a 15-6 college baseball victory over KU at Eck Stadium here Tuesday.
The victory snapped Kansas' two-game winning streak in Wichita and gave the Shockers, 41-10, their 14th victory in the last 18 games against the Jayhawks.
Kansas, now 28-21, scored three unearned runs off starter Tyler Green in the first two innings and added two more in the fourth off Darren Dreifort.
The Shockers touched Kansas starter Rory Ramsdell for six runs off five hits over 3 innings. Loser Chris Corn, 0-2, allowed six runs off three hits over the next 1 innings.
WSU's Jason White hit a three-run homer, his ninth home run of the season, in the Shockers' six-run fourth inning.
Wichita State added seven more runs in the fifth, including an RBI single from Chris Wimmer and Doug Mirabelli's three-run double.
Wimmer was 3-for-4 with two RBI and White had two hits and three RBI.
Centerfielder Chris Moore paced KU, going 3-for-5 with an RBI, and Jeff Berblinger was 2-for-3.
Kansas will host Wichita State for a single game at 7 tonight.