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Pille, Kansas Rebounds with 2-0 Win Over Mercer

Kansas starter Alicia Pille scattered three hits and struck out nine to help Kansas rebound from its first loss of the season with a 2-0 victory over Mercer at Pressly Stadium Saturday night.

No. 1 Gators End Kansas’ Win Streak

Kansas became the first team to score on Florida starter Lauren Haeger in the senior All-American's seventh start of the season, but the Gator ace and No. 3 hitter showed why she's considered one of the best in the country by driving in six of her of her own runs. Haeger and No. 1-ranked Florida put an end to Kansas' season-opening win streak with a 7-1 win at Pressly Stadium Saturday afternoon.

No. 8 Kansas Turns It On to Top TCU, 81-72

The stoic Perry Ellis broke into a big grin. The junior forward took flight, locked onto an alley-oop pass from Frank Mason III and crushed the ball through the rim with a one-handed dunk. His game-high 23 points led No. 8/8 Kansas past TCU Saturday afternoon, 81-72.

Kansas to Host ESPN College GameDay Feb. 28 from 3-4 p.m.

For the second time this season and 11th time overall, the Kansas men's basketball team take part on ESPN's College GameDay when the Jayhawks host Texas Saturday, Feb. 28. The GameDay show will originate from Wichita State for its normal morning portion, but then conduct an hour-long pregame show from Allen Fieldhouse beginning at 3 p.m. previewing the Texas at Kansas contest set to tip at 4 p.m. on ESPN.

Track. `Cats Tune Up for Big 12s

Wildcats capped off its final meet before Big 12s with several Wildcats recording season-bests in a strong showing at the K-State Open.

W. Equestrian. Wildcats Upset No. 3 Horned Frogs

The K-State equestrian team sustained their home winning streak on Friday afternoon at Timbercreek Stables, as the Kansas State Wildcats took down the No. 3 TCU Horned Frogs in a head-to-head battle, 14-5.

Baseball. Cats Rally Twice, Fall in Walk-Off

The K-State baseball team rallied from a pair of deficits on Friday, but the Wildcats surrendered a walk-off single in the ninth to lose to Oregon State, 10-9, at Surprise Stadium.