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KU Relays to Feature Adidas Dream 100, Mile Races

Always known for hosting one of the top high school meets in the nation, the Kansas Relays will be no different this year as the meet, now in its 88th year, will again feature the adidas Dream 100 and Dream Mile competitions. The races are qualifying events that will earn winners automatic bids to run at the adidas Grand Prix held on June 13 at Randall's Island in New York.

Men’s Golf Finishes Tied for Seventh in Mississippi

Behind sophomore Chase Hanna's fourth top-20 finish of 2014-15, the Kansas men's golf team placed tied for seventh at the Old Waverly Collegiate Championship at the Old Waverly Golf Club, here Tuesday.

M. Golf. Wildcats in 11th at Gary Koch Invitational

The Kansas State men's golf team sits in 11th place after two rounds of play at the Gary Koch Invitational at the par 72, 7,042-yard Gaston Country Club on Monday.

Jayhawks Compete Individually at Kansas City Shootout

KANSAS CITY, Mo. – The Kansas women's golf team sent three participants to compete at the Kansas City Shootout by Gary Crossley Ford in Kansas City, Missouri at the Shoal Creek Golf Club Monday.

Jayhawks in Sixth as Day One Suspended in Mississippi

The Kansas Men's Golf team is currently in sixth as day one of the Old Waverly Collegiate Championship ended in a suspension of play due to lightning and darkness. The play of the second round will continue at 8:30 a.m. CT, April 7. 

Jayhawks Return Home To Face Lobos in Midweek Action

After an eight-game road swing, the Kansas baseball team returns to Hoglund Ballpark for a 10-game homestand, starting with a two-game midweek set with New Mexico, April 7-8.

Baseball. Notes: Cats Host Nebraska, Travel to Omaha

The Wildcats have a pair of midweek contests on tap this week, hosting No. 23 Nebraska on April 7 and traveling to Papillion, Nebraska to face Omaha on April 8.

Mock Interviews Give Jayhawks Opportunity to Learn, Grow

Kansas student-athletes understand the importance of practice to their success on their respective courts, fields and courses, but nearly three dozen Jayhawks got to prep and be evaluated in order to achieve future success in careers outside athletics with the annual KU Leads mock interviews last week.