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Three-pointers help Kansas in 87-70 victory over UCLA
December 21, 2002
Kansas hit a season-high eight three-pointers in an 87-70 victory over UCLA on Saturday in Allen Fieldhouse.
Sophomore picks up slack for Jays
December 15, 2002
Creighton’s Christy Neneman, the 2001-02 Missouri Valley Conference women’s basketball player of the year, averaged 17.8 points and 8.2 rebounds before Saturday’s game against Kansas University.
Newcomers help Jayhawks improve
December 6, 2002
A group of talented newcomers has quickly turned around the Kansas University women’s basketball team.
Jayhawks face tough Big 12 tournament foe in Cornhuskers
November 7, 2002
The Kansas University soccer squad tied Nebraska 1-1 on Sept. 29 at SuperTarget Field, the first non-loss for the Jayhawks against the Cornhuskers in eight all-time matches.
Jordan thrilled by reception
November 5, 2002
Most athletes who play against Kansas University’s men’s basketball team are greeted by a chorus of boos during their introduction at Allen Fieldhouse. Not a former Jayhawk like Adonis Jordan, though.
KU sets records in win over OSU - Kansas 6, Oklahoma State 0
October 12, 2002
Kansas soccer coach Mark Francis is used to getting goals from a freshman forward with the last name Smith, so it came as no surprise that he got two such goals in Friday’s 6-0 victory against Oklahoma State.
Soccer: Jayhawks settle for tie with No. 18 NU
September 30, 2002
After seven years of futility against Nebraska, Kansas University’s soccer team came within a few feet of finally breaking through against the No. 18 Cornhuskers on Sunday at SuperTarget Field.
KU soccer settles for tie
August 31, 2002
Last season, the Kansas University soccer team made it’s first trip to the NCAA tournament before losing, 1-0, to Brigham Young in the first round. This year, the Jayhawks began Friday’s season opener against Nevada-Las Vegas seemingly still with something to prove, scoring two goals in the first 16 minutes.
Jayhawks boast 2 punters
August 23, 2002
Considering the Kansas University football team converted just a bit more than 25 percent of its third-down attempts last year, the punting game could be critical this season. Fortunately for the Jayhawks, they have two punters � senior Curtis Ansel and sophomore Chris Tyrrell � who should be able to get the job done.
Jayhawks anticipated coaching change
May 21, 2002
By Levi Chronister Back-to-back finishes at the bottom of the Big 12 Conference led to constant speculation about coach Bobby Randall’s job security. “With the way things have been going the last couple years,” sophomore co-captain Ryan Baty said, “we anticipated something would happen, but we tried not to think about it too much.”

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