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Baseball. SRO Tickets Remain for April 10 game vs. TCU

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.

Baseball. Five Two-Out RBI Lead K-State in 8-2 Win

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.

Jayhawks Drop Opener to OU on Walkoff Bomb, 7-6

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.

Late-Inning Rally Lifts No. 23 Jayhawks Past Cowgirls

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.

Catloth, Jayhawks Ready for SMU

Rob Catloth, Kansas rowing. The two go hand – in – hand considering both are celebrating their 20th anniversary this season.

Kansas Continues Big 12 Play at Oklahoma

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.

USA Track Recognizes Stigler as Athlete of the Week

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.

KU Athletics Joins ‘It’s On Us’ Campaign to Stop Sexual Assault

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.

W. Volleyball. Cats Capture 6 of 8 sets vs. UMKC, Havoc

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.