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Rock Chalk Weekly: A Man Among Many Women

Kansas women's tennis head coach Todd Chapman has his hands full balancing life at home with five daughters and his wife, Amy, while also coaching the Jayhawks. 

Rock Chalk Weekly: A Multi-Sport Athlete

Kansas senior Logan Philley, a three-time individual 1A Texas state champion from Robert Lee High School, is more than just a golfer. Raised in the small town of Robert Lee in west Texas, Philley grew up a multi-sport athlete. While attending Robert Lee High School, Philley participated on more than just one sports program. He was a member of the football, basketball, track and golf teams.

Jayhawks Fall to FC Kansas City, 2-0

The stifling defense of the National Women's Soccer League's defending champion proved to be too much for Kansas soccer, as the Jayhawks fell, 2-0, to FC Kansas City in the exhibition Tuesday night inside Rock Chalk Park.

Jayhawks Stay In-State, Travel to Wichita to Face Shockers

The Kansas baseball team travels to Wichita for the fifth game of an eight-game road stretch where KU will face the Shockers Wednesday night at 6:30 p.m. inside Eck Stadium.

W. Equestrian. K-State Seeded Ninth for NCEA Championship

The National Collegiate Equestrian Association (NCEA) announced on Tuesday the selection and seeding for the 2015 NCEA Championship. Kansas State was picked as the No. 9 seed and will face No. 8 SMU in the opening round, with the winner advancing to face No. 1 Georgia.

Jayhawks Return to the Practice Fields

Kansas football returned to the practice fields Tuesday afternoon, once again donning full pads. KU head coach David Beaty ran the Jayhawks through another spirited practice, as Kansas continues to implement its new up-tempo offense.

No. 23 Kansas Heads to Stillwater for First Big 12 Road Test

Kansas softball hits the road for the first time in nearly a month for its first Big 12 Conference road series of the 2015 season. The Jayhawks head south for a three-game series against Oklahoma State, April 2-4, at Cowgirl Stadium. KU looks to snap a three-game losing skid on the road against the Cowgirls

Baseball. All-You-Can-Eat Seats Now Available at Home Games

Starting this Thursday, April 2, Wildcat fans will have the opportunity to purchase All-You-Can-Eat seats at K-State baseball games at Tointon Family Stadium.

W. Tennis. K-State Readies for Kansas on Saturday

Kansas State women's tennis will continue its seven-match road trip on Saturday, as the Wildcats travel to Lawrence to face Sunflower State rival, Kansas.

M. Basketball. Weber Announces 2015 Summer Camp Schedule

Kansas State men's basketball head coach Bruce Weber has announced his 2015 summer camp schedule for area youths on the university campus.