The Jayhawks enter this weekend's matches against North Texas and Colorado 4-0 after defeating both Arkansas and Purdue 4-1 in their most recent matches. KU and North Texas will face off at the Jayhawk Tennis Center in Lawrence, Kansas at 1 p.m., Saturday afternoon.
The Big 12 Conference and television partners ESPN and FOX announced that Kansas' football game at Texas Tech at Jones AT&T Stadium has been moved to Thursday, September 29. A kickoff time and television designation will be announced at a later date.
The Wildcats jumped out to a nine-point lead to start the game, the Jayhawks outscored K-State by 27 over the final 30 minutes to cruise to a 77-59 rout on Wednesday in Allen Fieldhouse.
In the final seconds of the game, Kansas guard Brannen Greene threw down an uncontested dunk after his teammates had acknowledged the game was over.
On Wednesday, the Wildcats seemingly never got off the bus, as No. 4 Baylor raced out to a big first-half lead and never looked back to hand K-State an 87-52 loss at the Ferrell Center.
After back-to-back weekends on the road to start the spring season, the Kansas State women’s tennis team will open its home schedule on Friday with a 2 p.m. match against former Big 12 foe Colorado.
No. 7/6 Kansas (18-4, 6-3) hits the road to TCU (10-12, 1-8) for a morning contest on Saturday, Feb. 6, at 11 a.m. on ESPN at Schollmaier Arena.
With the 2016 season right around the corner, Kansas softball hosted its annual media day on Thursday afternoon. This year's media-only event was held in the Jayhawks' media room at Rock Chalk Park for the second year in row. Head coach Megan Smith and select student-athletes previewed the upcoming season with members of the media.
LAWRENCE, Kan. - The Jayhawks head to Waco for their third-straight road game in the Lone Star State on Saturday, Feb. 6. The matchup with No. 4 Baylor is set to tip off at 2 p.m. and fans can follow the action on the Jayhawk Radio Network.
Nearly 40 years ago Kansas Athletics introduced its first swimming and diving squad and through a myriad of changes, one thing has remained constant – an Iowa State-Kansas rivalry. This weekend's two-day dual against the Cyclones in Ames, Iowa will continue the long standing match-up, marking the 39th regular-season meeting between the two schools.