HENRICKSON HIRES AIR FORCE VET AS ASSISTANT:Bonnie Henrickson and the Kansas women’s basketball team announced the hiring of assistant coach Shay Robinson on Sunday. Robinson, replaces Terry Nooner, who took a similar position at Alabama.
Robinson, an Air Force veteran, spent the last two seasons as an assistant coach at the Air Force Academy after serving eight years of active duty in the military.
Doc Sadler is officially headed to Iowa State, and Bill Self says he will move quickly to name a replacement.
Sadler, the former head coach at Nebraska, spent this season as director of basketball operations at Kansas. He will stay in the Big 12 as a f… Continue reading →
WU GOLF IN 10TH AFTER FIRST ROUND AT NCAAS: The Washburn golf team is tied for 10th after the first round of the NCAA Midwest/Central Regional Tournament, which took place on Monday in Kenosha, Wis.
WU finished with a 7-over-par 295 team score. Ronnie … Continue reading →
Kale Pick is staying at Kansas as an offensive graduate assistant after completing his career as a wide receiver.
Pick, who led KU in receptions as a senior this past season, will work closely with receivers coach Rob Ianello. The Dodge City native cau… Continue reading →
Mark Mangino is returning to the sideline, three years after his ouster as the coach at Kansas.
Mangino was announced Friday as the new tight ends coach and assistant head coach at Youngstown State, his alma mater. The Penguins are coached by Eric Wolf… Continue reading →
ORLANDO, Fla. — Jacque Vaughn, a starting point guard at Kansas from 1993-97, has been named the coach of the Orlando Magic.
Vaughn, 37, will be formally introduced at a news conference on Monday. He averaged 9.6 points in his four-year career at K… Continue reading →
Larry Brown will speak honestly and say, at 71, he’s not in love with the games.
Brown has coached a million of them in what seems like a million places. He’s had more great basketball jobs than anyone, anywhere — Kansas and UCLA, the Knicks and … Continue reading →