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K-State Athletics officials have announced general admission Cat Cushion seating for the K-State vs. No. 2 TCU Big 12 baseball game on Friday, April 10 is sold out and $1 standing-room only tickets remain as part of the Pack the Park Night promotion.
The K-State baseball team used five two-out RBIs, including two apiece from Carter Yagi and Steve Serratore, to back up a strong pitching effort and beat West Virginia, 8-2, to take the series opener at Tointon Family Stadium on Thursday.
Sophomore closer Stephen Villines couldn't hold on to a four-run lead in the bottom of the ninth inning, as the Kansas baseball team fell at the hands of an Oklahoma walk-off home run, 7-6, Thursday night in a 10-inning affair at L. Dale Mitchell Park.
The comeback kids returned to the softball diamond on Thursday night as No. 23 Kansas rallied for its seventh come-from-behind victory of the season. KU overcame a four-run deficit to defeat Oklahoma State, 7-6, at Cowgirl Softball Stadium.
Rob Catloth, Kansas rowing. The two go hand – in – hand considering both are celebrating their 20th anniversary this season.
The Kansas women's tennis team looks to rebound after dropping two close matches last weekend when they host in-state rival Kansas State for the 53rd installment of the Sunflower Showdown.
The Kansas baseball team continues south to conclude its eight-game road trip at Oklahoma, Thursday, April 2-Saturday, April 4, at L. Dale Mitchell Park in Norman, Oklahoma.
The honors kept rolling in for Kansas' senior hurdler Michael Stigler Thursday when USA Track & Field named him its Athlete of the Week. The announcement marked the first time Stigler and a Jayhawk runner earned USATF's weekly award.
Kansas Athletics and its student-athletes, through the Jayhawk Student-Athlete Advisory Committee, have joined a campus- and nation-wide awareness campaign to stop sexual assualt on campuses and in communities. Kansas head coaches Bill Self (men's basketball) and David Beaty (football) joined nine Jayhawk student-athletes and campus leaders, including Chancellor Bernadette Gray-Little, Student Body President Morgan Said, KU Army ROTC cadet Garrett Farlow, National Pan-Hellenic Council President Camille Douglas, Inter-Fraternity Council President Chris Pyle and Panhellinic President Hannah Reinhart, in a video message encouraging all Jayhawks to step up and be part of the solution.
Competing for the first time this spring, the K-State volleyball team played against UMKC and Havoc on Wednesday evening at UMKC, splitting a pair of contests while also winning a match, 2-0, against each team.