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TRACK AND FIELD
State Outdoor at Cessna Sta… Continue reading →
TOPEKA NATIVE LEADS OSU BASEBALL PAST KU: Topeka native and Seaman product Robbie Rea, an Oklahoma State junior, went 3-for-4 with a two-run homer to help the Cowboys baseball team beat Kansas 14-3 on Saturday in Lawrence. No. 19 OSU had a season-high … Continue reading →
LAWRENCE — Lawrence city commissioners have approved agreements for a city-owned recreation center and tax abatements for a larger project that will include athletic facilities for The University of Kansas.
The commissioners Tuesday night approved a development agreement for a $25 million Rock Chalk recreation center. And they approved an ordinance to give a 100 percent property tax abatement for the next 10 years for the larger project, which includes privately owned athletic facilities for the university.
LUBBOCK, Texas – The goal was to get Ben McLemore plugged in, but Kansas had trouble finding the light socket Saturday against Texas Tech.
McLemore, three days removed from a 33-point outburst against Iowa State, scored 10 on 2-for-7 shooting in KU’s 60-46 victory at United Spirit Arena.
“It was a tough night for the whole team to get in the flow,” coach Bill Self said. “Ben, he would tell you that’s probably the roughest night he’s had this year. But there were some other guys that had rough nights, too.”
LAWRENCE — The University of Kansas plans to begin building its part of a large new sports complex in Lawrence, but the city will wait until February to vote on its portion of the project, which will be called Rock Chalk Park.
City commissioners on Tuesday approved rezoning requests and a special-use permit that will allow the university and its private partners to move ahead with plans for a track and field stadium, soccer field, softball stadium and other amenities on about 90 acres in northwest Lawrence.
LAWRENCE — Freshman forward Zach Peters has left the Kansas basketball team for health reasons, coach Bill Self announced Monday night.
Peters has sustained four concussions since the start of his senior year of high school, Self said, and was battlin… Continue reading →