The 2014 football season was a great time to be a receiver at Kansas State — if your name was Tyler Lockett or Curry Sexton, anyway.
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Kansas head cross country coach Stanley Redwine covered a lot of ground during his annual address to the media at fall sport media Wednesday afternoon. The 16-year head coach discussed both the men's and women's teams' depth in the upcoming season as well as his programs' opportunity to host the NCAA Midwest Regional at Rim Rock Farm in November. Following opening statements and a question and answer session for the coach, the solid media turnout broke into groups across the room to interview student-athletes.
A veteran head coaching trio took to the podium inside Hadl Auditorium to discuss the upcoming volleyball, cross country and in-action soccer seasons. While the longest-ranking official, 18-year head volleyball coach, Ray Bechard, did the talking at the mic, juniors Tayler Soucie and Cassie Wait and senior Tiana Dockery were on hand to represent the 2015 volleyball squad.
Kansas head soccer coach Mark Francis discussed his 2015 squad at length during the fall sport media, which combined the Kansas volleyball, cross country and soccer programs. Francis discussed all aspects of the team that returns seven starters and adds eight freshman this season. Following opening statements and a question and answer session for the coach, now in his 17th season at the help at KU, the solid media turnout broke into groups across the room to interview student-athletes.
MATCH NOTES // A familiar foe will kick off the 2015 campaign for the No. 23 Kansas soccer team as the Jayhawks will meet former Big 12 opponent Nebraska on Aug. 21 in Lincoln. Kansas, which returns seven starters from last season's 15-win NCAA Tournament squad, will go up against the Cornhuskers for the first time since 2010. Kickoff from NU's new home for soccer, Barbara Hibner Field, is set for 7 p.m.
Nebraska takes on No. 23 Kansas on Friday, Aug. 21 at Hibner Stadium at 7:05 p.m. CT.
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Nebraska used a 9-0 fourth-quarter run to take control, as the Huskers held off Albacete Basket, 66-63, Tuesday evening.
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Lincoln, Neb.- The Nebraska football team continued its 2015 Fall Camp Tuesday morning, as the Huskers practiced for just over two hours inside the Hawks Championship Center.