Greene undergoes hip surgery
April 16, 2015
Jeffrey Greene noticed some signs that his son, Kansas University sophomore Brannen Greene, was hurting a bit more than the 6-foot-7 guard admitted to late last season.
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Bad weather forecast prompts cancellation of KU’s Big Event
11:54 a.m., April 17, 2015 Updated 10:37 p.m.
The Kansas University Big Event, scheduled for Saturday, has been canceled because of a bad weather forecast, organizers announced Friday. The annual volunteer event will be canceled altogether — not rescheduled — because, well, it’s too big. By Sara Shepherd
Kansas to play Canada in World University Games tuneup in Sprint Center
Tickets on sale for Williams Fund members; general public sales to begin May 13
April 17, 2015
Kansas will play Team Canada in a pair of exhibition games at Sprint Center in June before heading to South Korea as Team USA for the World University Games.
KU football finalizes 2016, 2017 non-conference schedules
April 17, 2015
With its previously scheduled home-and-home series with the University of Hawaii recently coming off the books, the Kansas University football program moved quickly to fill the open spots in its 2016 and 2017 schedules.
LHS softball blanks SMNW
April 16, 2015
Lawrence High’s softball team exploded for 17 hits in a 10-0 rout against Shawnee Mission Northwest on Thursday at the SM District Complex.
Royals tumble to Twins
April 16, 2015
The Kansas City Royals rolled into Target Field looking every bit the team that went to the World Series last season.
Perry Ellis named Big 12 men’s basketball scholar-athlete of year
April 16, 2015
Perry Ellis received the league’s basketball scholar-athlete of the year award today.
KU sophomore Brannen Greene’s surgery deemed a success
Self says ‘rehab will be somewhat significant,’ player to return to court ‘approximately five months’
April 16, 2015
Brannen Greene’s surgery to repair a torn labrum has been deemed a success.
Topeka offers state’s first public bike-sharing program
09:41 a.m., April 16, 2015 Updated 10:52 a.m.
The state’s first public bike-sharing program has begun rolling in Topeka. The Topeka Metro Bikes program kicked off Wednesday afternoon with a brief ceremony on the Washburn University campus. It offers 100 bicycles for anyone to use for short-term recreation or commuting in the state’s capital city.
Kansas baseball blanked by Bears
April 16, 2015
Kansas University went 7 2⁄3 innings before collecting its first hit and managed just two on the night in a 3-0 loss to No. 15 Missouri State on Wednesday at Hoglund Ballpark.
Quad format helps Relays return to roots
April 16, 2015
Kansas University athletic director Sheahon Zenger is taking a different tack to return the Kansas Relays to its former glory. By Matt Tait
Vollmer leads heptathlon
April 16, 2015
Kansas University All-American Lindsay Vollmer took the overnight lead in the heptathlon as the Kansas Relays kicked off Wednesday at Rock Chalk Park.
UALR women’s coach interviews at Kansas
April 16, 2015
University of Arkansas Little-Rock women’s basketball coach Joe Foley interviewed Wednesday for the Kansas University vacancy created by the firing of Bonnie Henrickson. By Tom Keegan
Kansas’ Stigler Relays must-see
April 16, 2015
Michael Stigler’s 48.44 time in the 400-meter hurdles, set at the Texas Relays, remains the fastest mark in the world thus far in 2015. He’s a must-watch at this weekend’s Kansas Relays. By Tom Keegan
Quick study: Firebird Robinson takes hurdle titles
April 16, 2015
Free State High junior Tayvien Robinson didn’t go out for the track team for the past two years. But this spring, he wanted to join some of his best friends on the Firebirds squad, and he’s doing more than just having fun on the sidelines. By Bobby Nightengale


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