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JaCorey Shepherd Named Finalist for Haier Ultimate Achievement Award

Eight student-athletes who have been recognized this year for success beyond sports, including Kansas football's JaCorey Shepherd, are finalists for the inaugural Haier Ultimate Achievement Award . The award, which is presented to deserving student-athletes by Haier America and the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA), will be determined by an online vote through April 3rd at http://achieve.haieramerica.com.

M. Golf. Cats Have Three in the Top 20 After First Round

On a warm Sunday at the par 72, 7,149-yard Grand National Lake Course, the Kansas State men's golf team finished the first round of the Tiger Invitational tied for third place after carding a 7-over par 295.

Baseball. Cats Sweep Santa Clara, Win 10-3 in Finale

Behind four hits apiece from Shane Conlon and Tyler Moore, the K-State offense bested its season-high in hits set on Saturday by tallying 15 on Sunday to help lead the Wildcats to a 10-3 win in the series finale of a three-game sweep of Santa Clara at Tointon Family Stadium.

W. Tennis. K-State Falls at Iowa on Sunday

Kansas State suffered just its second loss in the last six matches, as Iowa defeated the Wildcats on Sunday at the Hawkeye Tennis and Recreation Complex.

M. Basketball. Three Wildcats Honored by Big 12

Three Wildcats - sophomore Marcus Foster and seniors Thomas Gipson and Nino Williams - were each selected All-Big 12 Honorable Mention, as the league announced on Sunday.

Kansas Falls in Sunday Finale to Utah, 8-4

Sophomore left fielder Joven Afenir and sophomore designated hitter Marcus Wheeler blasted their first-career home runs, as the Kansas baseball team dropped the rubber match to Utah, 8-4, Sunday afternoon at Hoglund Ballpark.

Four Jayhawks Land on Coaches’ All-Big 12 Team

Highlighted by junior Perry Ellis, four Kansas men's basketball players were named All-Big 12 Sunday as the conference released its coaches' All-Big 12 awards for the 2014-15 season.

Big Adjustment in Kansas’ 11-3 Rout of Chattanooga

What a different a day makes. In the seventh inning of a Saturday shutout loss to Cori Jennings and Chattanooga, Daniella Chavez – like many Kansas hitters – couldn't make an adjustment and was way out in front of a slew of tantalizing off-speed offerings. Given an opportunity with the bases loaded in the bottom of the first Sunday, Chavez parked Jennings' change-up over the right field fence for her third grand slam of the season, sparking an 11-3 Jayhawk rout of the Mocs in the title game of the Stetson Classic Sunday morning.