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Steve Schmidt

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Graduation depletes Kansas’ talent pool
Standout Gruber among key losses, but coach Campbell eager for ‘challenge’
August 12, 2005
The question has been asked many times before in college athletics: How do you replace a dynamite senior class with unproved talent?
Jayhawks escape graduation depletion
All six regulars from last season return to ‘keep the team chemistry together’
August 12, 2005
Amy Hall-Holt didn’t have to shed any tears on Senior Day last season after the Kansas University tennis team lost to Texas A&M.
Price: Jayhawks ‘solid’
Coach counting on return of six regulars
August 12, 2005
The cupboard has never been so full of bats and gloves for Kansas University baseball coach Ritch Price.
Outlaws snag split
Lawrence wins nightcap, 12-9, after 6-0 loss
July 11, 2005
Outlaws coach Brad Romme did not want to call it revenge, but after watching his team’s performance in the first game, the second game certainly was a dose of retribution.
Former Firebird Brunfeldt dominates for Aquahawks
July 11, 2005
The tall and lanky swimmer careened through pedestrian traffic along the main pool at the Lawrence Indoor Aquatic Center, literally and figuratively head-and-shoulders above the competition during the final day of the Roger Hill Invitational on Sunday.
KU ties easy to find
Current, future Jayhawks compete at meet
July 10, 2005
Sometimes, Kansas University swimming coach Clark Campbell searches the nation for top high school talent. But sometimes, he looks is his own backyard.
Future bright for Aquahawk
Southwest Junior High’s Reaney wins twice at Aquahawk Invitational at LIAC
July 9, 2005
Her coaches do not want to throw too much at her right now, but this summer that gradual approach is the only thing slowing down Emma Reaney.
Bonding in Brazil
Jayhawks learn life lessons during trip to South American country, the native land of KU players Lima, Caten, Correa
July 5, 2005
Kansas University’s volleyball players had the time of their lives during a recent school-sponsored trip to Brazil.
Wellsville youngster shoots to top of sport
One of the top competitors in his age group nationally, Hull has haul of hardware in trapshooting
June 26, 2005
The identified flying objects never had a chance. In about two seconds, two clay disks became neon orange fireworks.
Kemmer repeats as champion
Wichitan holds off Overland Park’s Smell to win on first playoff hole
June 24, 2005
Kyle Smell might win the Kansas Golf Assn. Junior Amateur Championship - but not this year. On Thursday, Dodge Kemmer showed why he won the tournament in 2004, beating Smell in a playoff after the final round at Eagle Bend Golf Course.

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