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Stigler Honored as National Track Athlete of the Week



Following his world-leading time at the Texas Relays Friday, Kansas senior Michael Stigler was named the National Athlete of the Week by the U.S Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA) Tuesday morning. The honor was the first of Stigler's career and marked the first time a Jayhawk earned the distinction since Paris Daniels claimed the national award in 2013.

W. Volleyball. Cats Announce 2015 Spring Schedule

The K-State volleyball team has announced its 2015 schedule of spring scrimmages, which includes an April 25 match vs. Nebraska in Grand Island.

M. Basketball. Wade Named Mr. Kansas Basketball

Incoming freshman Dean Wade continued to add to his list of accolades on Monday, as he was selected as Mr. Kansas Basketball by the Kansas Basketball Coaches Association (KBCA).

Spring Update: Kansas Solid in Colby Tournament



Official team practices began in early March and as the month winds down, the Kansas volleyball team took its spring training on the road to Colby, Kansas for the first of three offseason tournaments.

KU Soccer to Host FC Kansas City in Friendly



Kansas soccer will continue its spring exhibition season Tuesday, March 31 when the Jayhawks welcome FC Kansas City for a 7 p.m., match at Rock Chalk Park. Admission will be free to the public.

2015 Midwest Sports Performance Conference Announced



Kansas Assistant Athletics Director for Sport Performance Andrea Hudy announced Monday that the 2015 Midwest Sports Performance Conference will take place Friday and Saturday, May 8-9, inside the Anderson Family Strength & Conditioning Center on the campus of the University of Kansas.

Baseball. Cats Limited to Two Hits in 4-1 Loss

The K-State baseball team was held to two hits on Sunday by Oklahoma State starting pitcher Michael Freeman, who carried a no-hitter into the ninth inning, as the Wildcats fell to the No. 12 Cowboys, 4-1, to lose the Big 12 series at Allie P. Reynolds Stadium.

W. Rowing. 1V8 Leads Impressive Showing at Crew Classic

Competing on Mission Bay in San Diego, K-State had all three of its crews secure Grand Final qualifications for the first time in program history.

Late Kansas Rally Falls Short at No. 18 Texas Tech, 3-2



Final Box (.pdf) // Quality pitching and stellar defense are not enough, as the Kansas baseball team falls to No. 18 Texas Tech, 3-2, Sunday afternoon at Rip Griffin Park.

Kansas’ Late-Inning Rally Cut Short by Longhorns



Photo Gallery // In the final inning, No. 22 Kansas loaded the bases with a single and a pair of walks, putting the tying run in scoring position and the go ahead runner on base, but Texas halted KU's comeback and escaped Arrocha Ballpark with a, 7-5, win on Sunday afternoon.