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Jayhawks fall in series opener to Bears

LAWRENCE, Kan. – The Kansas baseball team scored three runs in the bottom of the sixth inning to pull within a run, but Baylor bullpen outmatched the young bats and the Jayhawks fell in the series opener, 5-4, Friday night at Hoglund Ballpark. Kansas (21-21, 8-8 Big 12) fell behind …

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Texas blanks Kansas twice

LAWRENCE, Kan. – A pair of big offensive innings helped Texas take the first game of the series over Kansas, 10-0, on Friday night at Arrocha Ballpark at Rock Chalk Park. The Longhorns (27-20, 5-8 Big 12) scored four or more runs in the second and fifth innings to take …

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KU tennis falls at Big 12’s

NORMAN, Okla. – No. 31 Kansas women’s tennis team continued to battle against No. 9 Oklahoma State in the quarterfinals of the Big 12 Championship Friday, but the rally fell short with the Jayhawks dropping the match, 4-0, at the Headington Tennis Center. Showing Kansas’ fight was sophomore Janet Koch …

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Jayhawks sweep Antelopes

PHOENIX, Ariz. – A six-run sixth inning by the Kansas baseball team erased a two-run deficit as the Jayhawks swept a two-game series at Grand Canyon, 7-3, Wednesday afternoon at Brazell Stadium. Kansas (21-20) trailed the Lopes (19-21) 3-1 headed into the top half of the sixth inning when GCU …

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Hanna claims title, Jayhawks take 3rd

HUTCHINSON, Kan. – With a storybook ending to his final Big 12 Championship, senior Chase Hanna finished at the top of the individual leaderboard, leading Kansas men’s golf to a third-place finish, the highest by the Jayhawks since 2000. “It was a struggle out there,” head coach Jamie Bermel said. …

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KU in hunt following round 3

HUTCHINSON, Kan. – Resuming play after difficult conditions on day one at the Big 12 Championship, Kansas men’s golf is in fourth place after the 36-hole second day, led by scores from senior Chase Hanna and junior Daniel Sutton that have earned both golfers a top-10 spot on the individual …

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Kansas back to .500

PHOENIX, Ariz. – The Kansas baseball team picked up its 10th win in the last 15 games Tuesday night at Grand Canyon when the Jayhawks defeated the Lopes, 9-4, at Brazell Stadium. Kansas (20-20) relied on five strong innings from its starter redshirt-junior Sean Rackoski (4-4) and great plate discipline …

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Jayhawks officially add 3 transfers

LAWRENCE, Kan. – Brothers Dedric and K.J. Lawson from Memphis and Charlie Moore from California have signed grant-in-aid agreements to play men’s basketball at Kansas, head coach Bill Self announced Tuesday. The Lawson brothers, who are listed as guards/forwards, are transferring to KU from Memphis where Dedric was a sophomore …

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Former KU golf coach passes away

Randall led the Jayhawks for 28 years.. LAWRENCE, Kan. – Former Kansas men’s golf coach Ross Randall, who guided the Jayhawks for 28 years, passed away Friday night. “This is a sad day for KU Athletics and the men’s golf program,” head coach Jamie Bermel said. “Ross Randall meant a …

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90th Relays come to an end

LAWRENCE, Kan. – Another Kansas Relays is in the books after celebratory fireworks concluded the 90th edition of the historic meet Saturday night at Rock Chalk Park. The hometown men produced a day filled with strong performances that contributed to KU’s victory over Southern Illinois, California and UMKC in the …

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