Bob Frederick, left, former Kansas University athletic director, shakes hands with longtime friend Bob Harrison, Lawrence. Harrison celebrated his 90th birthday June 22 with friends and family at the Lawrence Country Club.
Former Kansas University athletic director Bob Frederick stands beside his son Kansas State senior guard Mark Frederick as the Wildcat seniors are recognized prior to the start of Saturday's game against the Jayhawks.
Bob Frederick and Robin Ward attend Lawrence Memorial Hospital Endowment Assn.'s annual meeting Jan. 25 at the Eldridge Hotel.
Former Kansas University athletic director Bob Frederick rides up one of five mountain passes on the 129-mile California Death Ride. Frederick, 65, completed the ride earlier this month.
Former Kansas University athletic director Bob Frederick poses at the top of Carson Pass, the fifth and final mountain pass on the grueling ride.
The Lawrence Public Library will be launching a new "Dr. Bob Book" program on Friday. The program celebrates the life of former Kansas University athletic director Bob Frederick, who valued eating right, exercise, good sportsmanship and treating one another with respect. Frederick enjoyed bicycling and is pictured during a 129-mile ride in California in 2005.
Former Lawrence High football and track coach Bill Freeman, front, visits with a former player during a celebration in honor of his induction into the Kansas State High School Activities Assn. Hall of Fame. Ex-Kansas University athletic director Bob Frederick, also a former LHS coach, in background, attended the get-together Sunday at Lawrence High.
1970's: Ted Owens, (on knee at right) head basketball coach at the University of Kansas, with assistants Bob Frederick and Sam Miranda in Lawrence, KS.
Kansas University baseball player Ryan Baty, left, and volleyball player Sarah Rome, right, stand with former athletic director Bob Frederick after Baty and Rome were named recipients of KU's Senior Scholar-Athlete awards. The honors were presented Monday at the Holidome.
Former Kansas University athletic director Bob Frederick, left, presents swimmer Gwen Haley, center, and basketball player Nick Collison with the Robert Frederick Senior Scholar Athlete of the Year Award. The awards were presented Monday at the Kansas Union.
Kansas University is looking for a new athletics director. Thursday morning, with Chancellor Robert Hemenway at his side, KU athletics director Bob Frederick, right, announced he would leave the post he's held for 14 years to take a full-time job in KU's School of Education.
Kansas University athletics director Bob Frederick addresses the crowd. About 1,000 fans attended the KU Basketball Awards Ceremony on Tuesday at Allen Fieldhouse.
Former North Carolina coach Dean Smith, right, and Kansas athletics director Bob Frederick visit.
Kansas University Athletics director Bob Frederick, center, has a pregame chat with KU football coach Terry Allen, left, and Alabama-Birmingham coach Watson Brown. Frederick, 60, said he would like to continue his role at KU for "at least five more years."
A day of speculation wasn't made any clearer by Kansas University basketball coach Roy Williams, left, at a Friday evening press conference to announce that he has not made a decision about whether to leave KU for the top job at the University of North Carolina. KU Athletics Director Bob Frederick, right, listens as Williams fields a question.