Joy Ludwig

Joy Ludwig is a Journal-World writer.

Recent stories

OU bemoans finish
It should’ve never come to that’
February 6, 2006
Michael Neal felt a hand on one of his as he tried to win the game at the buzzer. There isn’t a doubt in his mind.
Bowl itinerary established
Jayhawks will have little free time while working in Fort Worth
December 19, 2005
The Lone Star State awaits. The Kansas University football team and its support staff — coaches, trainers, team managers and administrators — will leave Allen Fieldhouse at 8:45 a.m. today and head to Topeka’s Forbes Field, where a 10:30 a.m. flight will depart for Fort Worth, Texas.
KU secondary shines
Mangino says unit ‘unbelievable’
October 30, 2005
Charles Gordon — Kansas University’s stickiest defensive back — was on the sideline while Missouri had the football Saturday.
It’s been done, but … coaches not sold on moving home games
October 11, 2005
Moving a Big 12 Conference home football game to a neutral site, as Kansas University is doing Saturday against Oklahoma, won’t be a conference-wide craze anytime soon.
Playback or payback?
Sure, KU and K-State fans always resented each other, but last year’s Jayhawk win shot the acrimony into orbit
October 8, 2005
Here’s how much of a Kansas State University fan Nick Ewing is: He refuses to own anything with the word “Kansas” on it unless “State” follows.
Veteran football coach realistic about Owls’ hopes
September 1, 2005
There are some coaches who reek of optimism and are quick to talk up their own players and the progress they’ve made, no matter how honest the assessment actually is. And then there’s Howard Schnellenberger.
Oklahoma standout commits
Norman prep Morris chooses Henrickson’s squad
August 14, 2005
In its quest to return to winning ways, the Kansas University women’s basketball team just landed another impact player — and she’s as big a winner as they get.
Brown happy to be headed to KU
Baldwin volleyball player fulfills dream by signing with Jayhawks
November 14, 2003
With one signature, what seemed to be Emily Brown’s lifelong destiny became reality, and everyone around her seemed to walk away a little happier.
NCAA snub motivator
August 16, 2003
Since Dec. 1, Kansas University’s volleyball team has felt a sting that’s not going away. “It drives us every day,” senior Abbie Jacobson said
Reid switch goes without hitch
August 14, 2003
At least Nick Reid can find the positives in switching from linebacker to safety. “I love it,” the Kansas University sophomore said. “Now I get nine yards to run and hit people instead of five.”

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