Kansas swimming was well represented on the final day of competition at AT&T Winter Nationals with at least one Jayhawk competing in all five events held in Weyerhaeuser King County Aquatic Center in Federal Way, Washington during Saturday's prelims session.
Rock Chalk Park, the home of Kansas track & field, has been selected to play host to the 2017 USA Track & Field National Junior Olympic Championships it was announced Saturday. The meet, which will be held in Lawrence July 23-30, 2017, will welcome the nation's top athletes between the ages 7-18.
Frank Mason III scored 21 points, including eight points in the last five minutes, as No. 4 Kansas escaped a second-half rally from Harvard on Saturday afternoon at Allen Fieldhouse, 75-69.
Half a world away from her home in Tashkent, Uzbekistan, Kansas junior Yulya Kuchkarova reached into the national record books and left another mark with a speedy performance in the 100-meter backstroke Friday morning at the USA AT&T Winter Nationals. Kuchkarova was one of four Jayhawks to swim inside Weyerhaeuser King County Aquatic Center Friday, and was joined by Chelsie Miller in advancing to finals.
Kansas women's basketball faces its second-straight opponent from the Big East Conference on Sunday, Dec. 6, when the Jayhawks host St. John's at 2 p.m., inside Allen Fieldhouse. The contest will air on the Jayhawk Television Network/ESPN3 and the Jayhawk Radio Network.
Freshman duo Cassaundra Pino and Breonna Barker highlighted a dominant Kansas outing with a photo finish in the 200-yard freestyle Friday evening inside Robinson Natatorium. Pino, who claimed the win, was one of eight different Jayhawks to tally a victory in their dual against William Jewell.
RESULTS // Jayhawks claimed victories in 19 events as the Kansas track & field teams enjoyed a successful season-opening meet at the Bob Timmons Challenge Friday inside Anschutz Pavilion. Junior Zainab Sanni ran to the 60-meter and 200-meter titles, while both the men's and women's 4x400-meter and distance medley relays were won by the Jayhawks.
Every time Missouri flexed a little muscle during Friday night's NCAA Tournament Second Round match, Kansas pushed right back, eventually overpowering its former rival in a three-set sweep at Horejsi Family Athletics Center. Kansas advances to its second NCAA Sweet 16 in three years while keeping it's unprecedented, magical season alive.
As the Wildcats prepare to face one of the top turnover-causing defenses in college football, taking care of the ball is as important as ever. K-State seeks its sixth win of the season on Saturday against West Virginia.
A week’s worth of speculation about attending a bowl this season even with a 5-7 record has removed at least one piece of motivation for the Kansas State football team against West Virginia on Saturday.