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Wildcats’ freshman DT English transferring

Bryce English has announced he will leave the Kansas State football program. The freshman defensive tackle, who was one of the Wildcats’ top players in last year’s recruiting class, used his Twitter account to announce he would leave to be closer to his father, Lee, who was diagnosed with bone marrow cancer.

Kansas Meets Media Amidst Final Practices, Exams Before Final Four Departure

Janae Hall smiled and answered questions gracefully with her teammates Tuesday afternoon inside Horejsi Family Athletics Center, pushing aside thoughts of the two final projects she had to finish after weights, after practice, and after dinner, but before the volleyball team departs for its first NCAA Final Four early Wednesday morning. What's another hurdle for a team that's already achieved unprecedented accomplishments in starting a program-best 19-0, advancing to its fourth consecutive NCAA Tournament, moving into the Sweet 16 for the third time in the last four years and knocking off the No. 1 overall seed in the Elite Eight?

Burns named All-American

Kansas State senior kick returner Morgan Burns picked up his fourth All-America designation of the postseason as he was named a Second Team All-American as an all-purpose player by the Associated Press, the organization announced Sunday.

KU Women’s Hoops Spreads Holiday Cheer with Crimson and Blue Project

Kansas women's basketball looks forward to this day more than any other day of the season, not because the Jayhawks get to step away from the hardwood or endless hours of studying for finals, but instead get an opportunity to spread holiday cheer and share laughs with patients at Lawrence Memorial Hospital. Head coach Brandon Schneider and the Jayhawks visited LMH on Monday, Dec. 14, as a part of the Crimson and Blue project. 

Kansas Volleyball Trending Upward with its #Unprecedented Run

If you happened to be sleeping on Kansas volleyball's unprecedented run to its fourth consecutive NCAA Tournament, subsequent second Sweet 16 appearance in three years, and late night upheaval of No. 1 overall seed USC to advance to the program's first Final Four, we've got the skinny on a flurry of weekend social and traditional media activity.

Roberts Helps U20 US National Team to CONCACAF Title, 2016 World Cup

University of Kansas soccer's freshman midfielder, Parker Roberts, concluded another stint with the U.S. Women's National Team Sunday, helping the squad to the Under-20 CONCACAF Championship with its 1-0 win over Canada in the tournament final inside the Estadio Olimpico Metropolitano. Roberts played in four of the team's five matches throughout the 10-day tournament and aided in the team's automatic berth to the 2016 U20 Women's World Cup.

Jayhawks Home, But Not for Long as Final Four Awaits

A triumphant but unfinished Kansas volleyball team returned home to a cheering crowd inside Horejsi Family Athletics Center Sunday evening, still buzzing from a late night rally that saw the Jayhawks score the six final points of the fifth set to upset No. 1 overall seed USC and advance to the program's first ever Final Four.