Forward Clay Young has joined the Kansas men's basketball team as a walk-on, KU head coach Bill Self announced Wednesday. A transfer from Kansas City Kansas Community College (KCKCC), Young (6-5, 205) will be a redshirt sophomore at KU.
Saturday, August 30
Wabaunsee Invitational Tournament
Centralia def Osage City 25-15 25-6
Centralia def Oskaloosa 25-5 25-5
Centralia def Wabaunsee 25-20 25-23
Rock Creek def Axtell 25-12 25-22
Axtell def Mission Valley 25-19 25-13
Axtell def Council Grove 25-19 25-22
Centralia def Axtell 25-19 27-25
Rock Creek def Axtell 20-25 25-13 25-15
Centralia def Wabaunsee 25-23 24-26 25-18
Scores from September 1
Centralia def Blue Valley 25-7 25-4
Blue Valley def Onaga 25-17 25-21
Centralia def Onaga 25-6 25-4
Doniphan West def Valley Heights 25-19 25-22
Valley Heights def Wetmore 25-8 25-12
Doniphan West def Wetmore 28-26 25-11
Frankfort def Linn 25-22 12-25 25-15
Frankfort def Clifton-Clyde 27-25 25-19
Linn def Clifton-Clyde 26-28 25-20 25-15
Axtell def Hanover 25-12 25-19
Axtell def Washington County 25-23 25-23
Axtell def Troy 25-23 25-15
Hanover def Troy 25-13 25-16
Washington County def Troy 25-22 26-24
Hanover def Washington County 28-26 25-23
Tuesday, September 8
at Onaga – Doniphan West, Linn, Troy
at Clifton-Clyde – Centralia, Hanover
at Axtell – Blue Valley, Frankfort
at Valley Heights – Washington County, Wetmore
Saturday, September 13
Wetmore, Doniphan West, Washington County, Onaga, Frankfort
at Riley County
at Southern Cloud Invitational
Blue Valley, Hanover, Linn
Each week during the 2015 Kansas football season Mick Shaffer from Time Warner Cable SportsChannel will grill a Jayhawk player in an episode of 6 Questions.
Hola, Bonjour, Hello. These are just a few of the greetings junior safety Tevin Shaw has picked up while traveling around the world. Shaw grew up in just one location, Piscataway, New Jersey, but he has visited 14 different countries. Those experiences have shaped him into a man who is comfortable with the ever-changing landscape of his life.
It was January 1, 1969 and the Bechard family, all nine of them, crammed into their small living room in Western Kansas and huddled around the television, hopeful to welcome the New Year with a Jayhawk victory at the Orange Bowl.
Sophomore Lydia Saggau ran to her first collegiate victory and helped lead the Kansas women's cross country team to a win in its 2015 season debut Tuesday evening at the Bob Timmons Classic. The KU women saw five runners finish inside the top-seven in the meet held at Kansas' home course, Rim Rock Farm. The Jayhawk men were led by freshman Dylan Hodgson, who claimed a third-place finish.
Kansas State football coach Bill Snyder wasn’t ready to name his starting quarterback on Monday — making everyone wait until Tuesday afternoon — but all signs point to it being Jesse Ertz.