The fact that Joradn Dreiling still is playing the game he loves is a testament to his determination. By Matt Tait Continue reading
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Here’s a look at how former Kansas University players fared in NBA playoff games of Tuesday, May 21. Continue reading
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Kansas opens Phillips 66 Big 12 Championship play Thursday when the No. 6-seeded Jayhawks take on No. 3 seed West Virginia in the 4 p.m. game at Bricktown Ballpark. Continue reading
The Kansas baseball team was supposed to have a day off on Tuesday, a day to rest before the scheduled start of the Big 12 tournament in Oklahoma City on Wednesday. But with the tournament pushed back to Thursday after a deadly tornado struck Moore, Okla., on Monday, the Jayhawks used the day to join the relief effort and gather money and supplies for the area’s storm victims.
According to KU officials, the team raised $1,200 and went shopping at a local Target store for bottled water and other supplies. The Jayhawks then took the supplies to a local drop-site at the Edmond Christian Church.
They weren’t the only Big 12 team in action on Tuesday. West Virginia, the Jayhawks’ opponent on Thursday, also gathered supplies for storm victims.
Congratulations to the members of the 2013-14 University of Kansas Cheer Squad, who were announced today by spirit squad coordinator Cathy Jarzemkoski. Continue reading
We’re continuing our series today looking at the “most important” game of the year for each team in the Big 12.
I have my own opinions on that for every team, but I’ll ask the fans what they think first before I weigh in on what game I’d pick and why…. Continue reading
OKLAHOMA CITY — It took individual talent meshing together as a team to enable Kansas State to win the Big 12 Conference baseball championship, and those individual pieces were recognized Tuesday with four major awards and seven selections on the all-conference first team.
Wildcat second baseman Ross Kivett was selected Big 12 player of the year, relief pitcher Jake Matthys was freshman of the year and outfielder Jared King was co-scholar athlete of the year.