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Due to heavy rain, tonight's baseball game between K-State and Stephen F. Austin at Jaycees Field has been canceled.
After picking up a crucial series win against Michigan, the Kansas baseball team welcomes in another Big Ten foe, Iowa, for a three-game set, March 20-22, at Hoglund Ballpark to close out its 10-game homestand in the month of March.
After lowering three of her own school records and earning a silver medal in three individual events at the 2015 Big 12 Championships, Chelsie Miller will make her second appearance at the NCAA Championships in the Greensboro Aquatic Center, March 19-21. Miller will represent the Jayhawks in three events: the 200- and 400-yard individual medley and the 1,650-yard freestyle.
Kansas Athletics, Inc. (KAI), and the University of Kansas Spirit Squad are pleased to announce upcoming dates for camps to be held in the summer of 2015. Kansas Spirit Camps are designed to educate campers to be excellent leaders on and off the field/court. KAI and the Spirit Squad offer a variety of camps during the summer months for all ages and spirit activities.
Kansas junior Maria Jose Cardona is one of just two upperclassmen on the Jayhawk roster in 2014-15. The Santiago, Chile native is currently playing on the No. 2 singles court and is paired up with senior Maria Belen Luduena as KU's No. 1 doubles tandem. Cardona sat down to answer a few fun questions to Kansas fans get to know her a little better.
With the help of a strong starting performance by Kyle Halbohn on the mound backed up by key relief pitching from Bryce Ward, the K-State baseball team held onto its advantage gained in the sixth inning and beat Stephen F. Austin, 3-2, on the road at Jaycees Field on Tuesday.
The Kansas State women's golf team finished in seventh place with a score of 34-over par 898 following Tuesday's final round of the BYU Entrada Classic.
The Kansas women's golf team finish 13th at the Arizona Wildcat Invitational at the Sewalio Golf Club Tuesday after shooting a 302 (+14) for the third round and ending up with an overall score of 913 (+49).
The come-from-behind magic that concluded last weekend lingered for No. 22 Kansas' midweek matchup as the Jayhawks rallied for four runs in the final two innings to down Indiana State, 5-4, on Tuesday afternoon at Arrocha Ballpark.
Kansas State women's tennis will conclude its 2015 spring schedule this weekend, as the Wildcats host West Virginia on Friday and Iowa State on Sunday. Both matches are slated to be played outdoors at Mike Goss Tennis Stadium and are free and open to the public.