The Kansas softball team finished the regular season with a 12-3 win against Iowa State on Sunday at Ames, Iowa.
The Jayhawks (34-16, 9-8) were fueled by a 4-for-4 performance with three RBIs from Maddie Stein and a 3-for-4 game from Maggie Hull. Continue reading →
AMES, Iowa — Officials at Iowa State University are investigating three students accused of sending threatening and racial tweets to a University of Kansas basketball player after a heated overtime game.
Dean of Students Pamela Anthony says Thursday the tweets about KU guard Elijah Johnson were reported to the university earlier this week. She couldn’t provide more information because of federal privacy rules.
Anthony says the school is “repulsed by the derogatory and threatening statements.”
The Jayhawks travel to face the Hilton magic. By Dylan Gehlbach Well, the time has come. Monday night we will finally get to see just what this Kansas basketball team is made of. The Jayhawks will travel to Ames, Iowa, to take on the Iowa State Cyclones in the midst of one of the best home-court advantages of college basketball. Oh, and the Jayhawks have to win to stay in control of their Big 12 title fate. That makes this pretty important. The Cyclones should have beaten the Jayhawks in a thriller in Allen Fieldhouse, a game where Ben McLemore banked in a three-pointer at the buzzer to send the game to overtime. The Cyclones… Continue reading →
The seedings are set.
The Big 12 Tournament begins next week in Kansas City, and several spots were up for grabs entering the final night of conference play.
Two of those spots were determined Saturday at Allen Fieldhouse, where Texas fell 73-63 to Kan… Continue reading →
AMES, Iowa — Kansas’ women played without their leading scorer on Wednesday and it showed in a 66-47 loss to Iowa State.
The Cyclones took advantage of the Jayhawks’ missing cog, Carolyn Davis, and zoomed away from a 23-21 halftime de… Continue reading →
AMES, Iowa — Kansas forward Kevin Young knows what happened.
He understands that in a closely contested conference game, in a hostile environment, the bench simply didn’t do enough in a 72-64 loss at Iowa State on Saturday.
“We didn&… Continue reading →
AMES, Iowa — The nice man in Dockers stationed himself between Iowa State’s student section and the court.
He was middle-aged and smiling, with thinning hair and a few spare pounds. His job was to keep the students off the floor, a mission that was… Continue reading →
AMES, Iowa — The loss hit Kansas in the heart and in the gut, because stripped of all else, that’s where this game was decided.
It was a big-boy game through and through. It was the type of game where every rebound counts, where every loose… Continue reading →