Kansas women's basketball returns home to Allen Fieldhouse ready to host a six-game homestand to close out its 2015-16 non-conference slate. The Jayhawks (3-2) welcome Creighton (4-2) for the first game of the lengthy homestand on Wednesday, Dec. 2 at 7 p.m. The game will air on the Jayhawk Television Network/ESPN3 and the Jayhawk Radio Network.
With professional football in full swing at the conclusion of the 12th week of games in the National Football League Sunday, 12 Jayhawks continue making their mark at the game's highest level. A weekly recap of how Kansas football players fared in the professional ranks of the National Football League and the Canadian Football League is below.
No. 4/6 Kansas (4-1) returns to the friendly confines of Allen Fieldhouse after a four-game hiatus to take on Loyola University Maryland (1-5), Tuesday, Dec. 1, at 7 p.m. (Central). The game will be televised on the Jayhawk IMG Network and ESPN3.
No. 9 Kansas Volleyball paired an unprecedented regular-season with six Big 12 postseason honors, including Ray Bechard as Big 12 Coach of the Year and Ainise Havili as Big 12 Setter of the Year, the Conference announce on Tuesday.
University of Kansas junior libero Cassie Wait recorded an astounding 8.4 digs per set – 59 digs in seven sets (two matches) – last week to earn Big 12 Defensive Player of the Week honors for the second consecutive week.
Kansas guard Wayne Selden Jr. has been named the Phillips 66 co-Big 12 Player of the Week the league office announced Monday. Selden earned the honor in a vote by a media panel which covers the league and won the accolade along with Iowa State's Monté Morris.
Kansas men's basketball coach Bill Self will meet with the media to discuss the team's upcoming contest with Loyola (Md.) in Allen Fieldhouse. Self is scheduled to speak at noon on Tuesday from the Allen Fieldhouse Media Room. The entire session will be streamed live at the link above, or can be viewed by visiting KUAthletics.com/YouTube.
Tourney Hub Link Tournament Central | The University of Kansas has been selected to host the NCAA Volleyball Championship First and Second Rounds for the fourth consecutive season with a program-best No. 9 overall seed in the 64-team field revealed on Sunday night.
For the first time in weeks, it was the Wildcats who struck first, taking advantage of a fumble by Jayhawks’ punter Matthew Wyman at his own 12. Fullback Winston Dimel needed just one play to punch the ball in for a touchdown.
LAWRENCE — Playing the cornerback position, Kansas State’s Morgan Burns doesn’t get many chances to deliver vicious hits like his teammates at the safety and linebacker spots.