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KU’s Gagnet Claims Academic All-District Honors

University of Kansas junior defender Aurèlie Gagnet was named an Academic All-District selection by the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA) Thursday morning. Gagnet was named to the first team of the NCAA Division I's seventh district, one year removed from being named to the second team as a sophomore. 

No. 10 Kansas Reaches 20 Wins, Defeating Iowa State 3-1

Kansas Volleyball continues to reach unprecedented heights. The 10th-ranked Jayhawks rallied from first-set loss to defeat Iowa State on Wednesday night at Hilton Coliseum in four sets, 3-1 (20-25, 28-26, 25-15, 25-20). With the victory, Kansas (20-1, 8-1 Big 12) becomes the fastest team in program history to reach 20 wins in a season.

Jayhawks Welcome TCU for Senior Night Friday

NOTES // TICKETS // The Kansas Jayhawks will look to shake a three-game losing skid when they go up against the TCU Horned Frogs on Friday, Oct. 30 at Rock Chalk Park. The match, set to kick off at 7 p.m., will mark the final home appearance of the Jayhawk senior class, which will be honored following the game.

Delton begins practicing, McDaniel out for season

Kansas State lost two of its top three quarterbacks after just a handful of plays to start the season — starter Jesse Ertz after only two plays in the opener and freshman backup Alex Delton in the closing minutes of Week 2 at UTSA. The Wildcats are getting one of them back this week.

Miller Earns Top Weekly Honor in Big 12 from CollegeSwimming.com

It took less than 24 hours of competition this season for Kansas All-American Chelsie Miller to notch another mark in an already peppered Jayhawk swimming and diving record book when the senior opened the 2015-16 campaign by breaking her own Robinson Natatorium 400-yard invidual medley mark Saturday. The NCAA 'B' standard swim and four total event wins in a split with Denver and Missouri State earned Miller CollegeSwimming.com's Big 12 Women's Swimmer of the Week honors, as announced Wednesday afternoon.