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Track standouts abound
August 11, 2007
From the moment Stanley Redwine first recruited Crystal Manning, the talented triple jumper from Terrell, Texas, the Kansas University track coach knew he was pursuing a special athlete.
Tennis expectations high again
August 11, 2007
The expectations were high for the Kansas University women’s tennis team at the beginning of the 2006-2007 season, being ranked in the top 60 in the nation at the start of the spring season.
Rowing going be to young
August 11, 2007
After losing 10 seniors, a tender-aged Kansas University rowing team will feature just five seniors this year.
Kansas defense talented, but thin
Especially in secondary, Jayhawks’ lack of depth ‘a concern’
August 12, 2005
Seems a prerequisite for a college football coach is to worry about depth. That’s certainly the case at Kansas University.
Self confident in young squad
August 12, 2005
Tops in the land the 2004 AP preseason poll, Kansas University’s men’s basketball team will not open No. 1 this time.
Depth focus for Henrickson
August 12, 2005
While most college basketball coaches would tell you a 12-16 won-lost record is something to forget quickly, Bonnie Henrickson begs to differ.
Texas’ Young among league standouts
League’s top talent resides in South, but North teams could hold own
August 12, 2005
“Vinsanity” is a made-up word used to describe high-flying NBA standout Vince Carter and the out-of-this-world plays he made in his prime for the Toronto Raptors.
LaTech lightened schedule
August 12, 2005
This year’s schedule isn’t exactly cheesecake for the Louisiana Tech football team, but trying to top last year’s slate in terms of toughness would’ve been a bit cuckoo - and maybe even impossible.
FAU faces tough tests
August 12, 2005
Debuting as a Division I-A football team - sort of - was a sweet honeymoon for Florida Atlantic last fall.
Appy State I-AA Power
August 12, 2005
Appalachian State will come to Lawrence as a heavy underdog Sept. 10 because NCAA Division I-AA teams rarely are expected to be able to compete against bigger and stronger I-A programs.
Kansas football signees at a glance
August 12, 2005
A list of the recent signees
Seniors to be missed
Coach’s daughter among departers
August 12, 2005
Not only will it be hard for Kansas University volleyball coach Ray Bechard to forget about 2004’s senior class as a whole, but one player’s departure in particular - his daughter, Ashley - will create a void in his life.
Jayhawks escape graduation depletion
All six regulars from last season return to ‘keep the team chemistry together’
August 12, 2005
Amy Hall-Holt didn’t have to shed any tears on Senior Day last season after the Kansas University tennis team lost to Texas A&M.
Graduation depletes Kansas’ talent pool
Standout Gruber among key losses, but coach Campbell eager for ‘challenge’
August 12, 2005
The question has been asked many times before in college athletics: How do you replace a dynamite senior class with unproved talent?
Redwine not satisfied with improvement
Track coach says indoors and out, Jayhawks must rise to challenge
August 12, 2005
Good is not enough. At least not for Kansas University track and field coach Stanley Redwine.