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Terrell Newby was honored by the Big Ten Conference Monday morning, as he shared Big Ten Offensive Player-of-the-Week honors. It marks the first time that Newby has been honored by the Big Ten.
Kansas student-athletes Fish Smithson (football) and Tayler Soucie (volleyball) both turned in their respective team's top defensive effort over the weekend and were named KUAthletics.com's Jayhawks of the Week on Monday.
With the Canadian Football League in full swing and the conclusion of the first slate of games in the 2015 National Football League season on Sunday, 12 Jayhawks have etched their names onto professional rosters. A weekly recap of how former KU student-athletes fared in the professional ranks of the National Football League and the Canadian Football League is below.
Kansas football will travel to Rutgers on Saturday, Sept. 26, with an 11 a.m. (CT), kick time and live broadcast on the Big Ten Network (BTN), the Big Ten Conference announced on Monday.
The Nebraska men's golf team is tied for 5th place after the first day at the D.A. Weibring Intercollegiate. NU carded 299 and 294 in the first two rounds at the par 71, 6,915-yard layout.
Some call football Nebraska's best known passion. As debatable as that is, it was an appropriate description Saturday inside the Huskers' jubilant locker room. One week after a Hail Mary pass spoiled
After 87 minutes of scoreless action, junior forward Jaycie Johnson broke the tie with her third goal of the season to help Nebraska (4-2-0) to a 1-0 win over Missouri on Sunday afternoon at Audrey J. Walton Soccer Stadium.
NCAA champion Michael Stigler and three-time NCAA volleyball tournament participant Chelsie Albers were selected as Kansas' Male and Female Athletes of the Year, the top honors among a flurry of accolades distributed at the fourth annual Rock Chalk Choice Awards at the Lied Center of Kansas Sunday evening.
Box Score // Freshman Grace Hagan netted the golden goal and added an assist as the Jayhawks came from behind to beat the Colorado College Tigers, 2-1, in double overtime Sunday afternoon at Stewart Field. Senior Liana Salazar sparked the KU comeback with her third goal of the season in the 55th minute before Hagan sent in the game-winner in the 102nd minute.
Tough playing conditions and breezy winds were a common theme Sunday at the Duke University Golf Club, but those circumstances never fazed the Kansas men's golf team, as it took home a fifth-place finish at the Rod Myers Invitational.