KU sports

McDonald’s standouts inspire rumors
March 31, 2015
Ben Simmons interrupted fellow Florida star and LSU recruit Antonio Blakeney’s interview to break the news.
Column: Jayhawks in no hurry for hiring women’s coach
March 31, 2015
Sheahon Zenger wants to get it right, even if that means the naming of Kansas University’s next women’s basketball coach might not happen for another fortnight, even longer.
Top recruits constantly consulting
March 31, 2015
Not long after Carlton Bragg put on his Kansas cap, mistakenly said he was going to Kentucky, then declared himself a Jayhawk after all, the power forward from Cleveland set his sights on Brandon Ingram.
KU soccer falls
March 31, 2015
Kansas University hung tough with FC Kansas City of the National Women’s Soccer League, but the Jayhawks could not muster any offense in their 2-0 exhibition match loss, Tuesday at Rock Chalk Park.
Stigler honored
March 31, 2015
Kansas University senior Michael Stigler has been named national athlete of the week by the U.S Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Assn.
Self visits Thorne’s parents; former Charlotte player to visit May 1
March 31, 2015
KU coach Bill Self visited the parents of former Charlotte center Mike Thorne Jr. on Monday in Fayetteville, North Carolina.
KU football assistants off to fast start
March 31, 2015
For weeks after he was hired back in December, first-year Kansas University football coach David Beaty raved about the quality of the coaching staff he brought with him to Lawrence. Three days into spring practices, the elements that make Beaty so high on each coach already have become evident. By Matt Tait
Moving forward: Kansas recruit Carlton Bragg hustles to all-star game
March 31, 2015
Less than two hours after leading his team to the Ohio Division III title, Carlton Bragg was on a plane bound for Chicago, the host city of Wednesday night’s McDonald’s All-American Games.
Column: Kansas hurdler Stigler blazing early
March 31, 2015
Kansas University’s Michael Stigler posted a personal-record 48.44, best time in the world in 2015 and the best time for anybody in any college meet since 2011. Researchers are in the midst of trying to find a faster March time in a college meet. So far, nothing. By Tom Keegan
KU’s Perry Ellis receives honorable mention in All-America voting
March 30, 2015
An All-Big 12 first-team selection in his junior season, Kansas University forward Perry Ellis received honorable mention on the Associated Press’s 2014-15 All-American team, unveiled Monday.
KU baseball falls in finale at Tech
March 30, 2015
Kansas University limited Texas Tech to just four hits, but the Red Raiders made the most of them in a Big 12 baseball series-clinching 3-2 victory over the Jayhawks on Sunday at Rip Griffin Park.
Self: KU might ‘soften’ its schedule
March 30, 2015
Kansas University basketball coach Bill Self’s Jayhawks played the toughest schedule in the country the past two seasons, according to strength-of-schedule ratings calculated by ESPN.com. By Gary Bedore
Too little, too late: KU softball’s rally falls short; UT sweeps
March 29, 2015
Five solo home runs and a loading of the bases in the bottom of the seventh inning were not enough to save Kansas University from a softball sweep by Texas. By Matt Tait
Column: Coleman could be best bet at WR
March 29, 2015
Signs of spring: Flowers budding, birds chirping louder, the scent of fresh-cut grass floating in the breeze and jaws dropping watching Kansas University wide receiver Rodriguez Coleman, long, lean and, above all, fast. By Tom Keegan
KU soccer upends Iowa
March 29, 2015
Kansas University freshman Eli Mayr scored the only goal 25 minutes into the second half as the Jayhawks edged Iowa, 1-0, in a spring exhibition soccer match Saturday at the Cyclone Sports Complex.

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