WICHITA — The previous attorney for a former University of Kansas athletics consultant is expected to testify Monday at an evidentiary hearing to determine whether he did a poor job in defending his client during the prosecution of a $2 million ticket scalping conspiracy.
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.
KU women ranked 22nd
LAWRENCE — The Kansas women’s basketball team was ranked No. 22 in the ESPN.com preseason top 25 poll Monday.
ESPN.com’s Mechelle Voepel, Graham Hays, Charlie Creme and Michelle Smith each collaborated on the poll, which had … Continue reading →
Both Kansas and Kansas State’s volleyball teams remained in the AVCA coaches poll after another strong week. The Wildcats stayed at No. 14, while the Jayhawks jumped up three slots to No. 21.
KU GOLFERS START STRONG: Kansas junior Yupaporn Kawinpakor… Continue reading →
Floyd Temple, the winningest baseball coach in University of Kansas history with 438 career wins over 28 seasons, died Friday at the age of 85.
Temple led the Jayhawks to Big Eight Conference records of .500 or better in 14 of his 28 seasons. He coache… Continue reading →
GIANTS WIN 12-2: The Topeka Golden Giants pounded the Lindsborg Knights 12-2 on Tuesday in Lindsborg to improve to 9-4. The Giants’ Wesley Torres threw five shutout innings, striking out five and walking one, while Chase Saxton went 3-for-4 with four… Continue reading →
KANSAS CITY, Mo. — The two happiest men at the InterContinental Hotel took the podium a few minutes apart Thursday afternoon.
That would be Sheahon Zenger and John Currie, the athletic directors at Kansas and Kansas State. Their schools stood to lose… Continue reading →
MANHATTAN — The opportunity to net any and all team points consumed the Kansas women’s team Sunday at the Big 12 Outdoor.
So much so, senior Rebeka Stowe loitered around the track for just a few minutes in order to try a grueling double.
After cla… Continue reading →
MANHATTAN — Francine Simpson grew up in Jamaica, which means she grew up in a country of sprinters.
Jamaicans are known for this, Usain Bolt and all. But Simpson, a junior at Kansas, always dreamed of taking a different path to the Olympic Games.
“… Continue reading →