Here is what you missed on the latest episode of The Sports Huddle. The Sports Huddle 4-16 Continue reading
A few days ago, the Kansas University football program addressed the present by adding fifth-year senior linebacker Anthony McDonald from Notre Dame. Monday, the Jayhawks again began to look to the future when Kellen Ash, a 6-foot-3, 194-pound lineback… Continue reading
HENRICKSON ADDS ASSISTANT COACH TO STAFF: Mahogany Green has been added as an assistant to the Kansas women’s basketball staff, coach Bonnie Henrickson announced Monday. She replaces Aqua Franklin, who took an assistant coaching job at Mississippi St… Continue reading
Andrew White from Chester, Va., signed a national letter of intent to play basketball at Kansas, coach Bill Self said Monday.
“I’m glad we can finally talk about Andrew,” Self said. “He’s been committed for a long time and we are so excited … Continue reading
Mahogany Green, formerly of Central Michigan, joined the Kansas women’s basketball staff as an assistant coach on Monday. She replaces Aqua Franklin who departed for an assistant coaching position at Mississippi State.
Green served a number of posit… Continue reading
Senior catcher James Stanfield was added to the Johnny Bench Award Watch List on Monday by The Greater Wichita Area Sports Commission. He joins a list of 50 other catchers from colleges across the country. The Johnny Bench Award honors college’s top … Continue reading
It was the summer of 1987. Bonnie Henrickson just wrapped up her first year as a graduate assistant at Western Illinois University.
With nothing more than a determination to work, Henrickson took advantage of WIU head coach Kelly Hill’s connection … Continue reading
Now that the losing streak has ended, the Kansas baseball team (13-23, 3-9 Big 12) will look to stay in the win column against a pair of NAIA schools from Kansas.
The Jayhawks host Baker University 6 p.m. Tuesday at Hoglund Ballpark followed by the … Continue reading
Freshman Merv Lindsay will transfer from Kansas, KU Athletics confirmed Monday afternoon. Lindsay, a 6-foot-7 guard from Moreno Valley, Calif., averaged 15 points and 10.2 rebounds per game as a senior at Canyon Springs High School two seasons ago.