WRITER: Matt Tait

Kansas basketball receives commitment from Towson sharp-shooter Nick Timberlake

The Kansas men’s basketball program picked up its first commitment from the transfer portal on Wednesday night, with Towson guard Nick Timberlake choosing the Jayhawks. The 6-foot-4, 205-pound senior combo guard announced his decision on his Instagram and Twitter pages, posting a photo of himself and his parents, with a second image of him in a blue, No. 25 Kansas jersey standing in a sunflower field amidst ...

Kansas baseball rocks Air Force for second day in a row; No. 24 Oklahoma State up next

The Kansas baseball team responded to a weekend sweep by Kansas State by pounding Air Force on back to back days at Hoglund Ballpark this week. The Jayhawks won 19-4 on Tuesday, giving them back-to-back outings of 18 or more runs for the first time since 2007. KU fell to K-State 21-18 on Sunday in the finale of the Sunflower Showdown series by making a game of it after falling into a disastrous 13-0 hole to ...

KJ Adams, young KU big men and more eager to help Dajuan Harris Jr. fill leadership needs of 2023-24 Kansas basketball team

Some pretty good leaders have come through the Kansas men’s basketball program during the past few seasons. And even though Ernest Udeh Jr. and Zuby Ejiofor didn’t play with all of them, the two young big men are hoping to add their names to that list in the near future. “One hundred percent,” Udeh said after the Jayhawks’ season ended in the second round of the NCAA Tournament. “When you’re ...

Kansas assistant Terry Nooner named head women's hoops coach at Wichita State

Former Kansas basketball walk-on Terry Nooner, a one-time fan favorite at Allen Fieldhouse from 1997-2000, is leaving his job as the Associate Head Coach with the KU women's program to take the head coaching gig at Wichita State. Kansas women's coach Brandon Schneider announced the move in a news release Monday afternoon. Nooner spent the last three seasons on Schneider's staff after coming back to KU ...

Kansas third baseman Michael Brooks making hits pay for local schools this spring

In an era when college athletes are looking around every corner to see what kind of money they can make through name, image and likeness deals, one Kansas baseball player is looking to give money away. Michael Brooks, a third-year sophomore from Wellington, Florida, announced back in late-February that he would donate $20 of his own money to the Lawrence Schools Foundation for every hit he registered this ...

An update on transfer portal moves that could impact Kansas

While eyes across the country continue to be fixed on Michigan big man Hunter Dickinson and where he will wind up playing next season, hundreds of other college basketball players and programs continue to make moves outside of that bubble. Two of the most recent pieces of news involving KU’s efforts in the transfer portal have come from a pair of guards who played back east last season. Towson guard ...