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Jayhawks Drop Series Finale to No. 2 LSU, 7-4



Photo Gallery // When scheduling opening weekend against No. 2 LSU, head coach Ritch Price knew his young team would be tested, especially with eight freshmen and 11 total newcomers gracing the roster.

Patient Kansas Delivers 10th Straight With Win Over Weber State



Kansas waited, waited and waited some more before Chanin Naudin finally came through with the hit it needed as the Jayhawks scored five runs in the bottom of the sixth to complete a come-from-behind victory over Weber State, 6-3, in the Troy Cox Classic at NMSU Softball Complex Sunday. Kansas matched a program-record 10-straight wins to start the season with the victory, having swept through two tournament fields over the first two weekends.

Kansas Heads to West Virginia for ESPN Big Monday



No. 8/9 Kansas (21-4, 10-2) hits the road for an ESPN Big Monday contest at No. 21/20 West Virginia (19-6, 7-5) on Feb. 16, at 8 p.m. (Central). Kansas won its 21st game of the season for the 26th-consecutive year with a 74-64 victory against No. 16/16 Baylor on Valentine's Day in Lawrence. West Virginia lost at No. 14/14 Iowa State, 79-59, on Feb. 14.

Baseball. K-State Moves to 2-1 on the Season

The K-State baseball team found itself on both ends of a shutout on Saturday as the Wildcats blanked Pitt, 7-0, in their first game of the day, while in the afternoon, they were shut out by George Mason, 5-0.

W. Tennis. K-State Eases Past Emporia State

Kansas State concluded its double header on Saturday with a 7-0 win over Emporia State at Body First Tennis and Fitness Center. The Wildcats have won three straight matches.

Records Fall as Kansas Slugs to 25-12 Win Over NMSU



Add slugfest to the many ways Kansas has won during a season-opening win streak. The Jayhawks blasted five home runs, including three grand slams, while setting a program-record for runs and hits in a 25-12 win over New Mexico State in the Troy Cox Classic at NMSU Softball Complex Saturday night. The win marked the ninth in a row for the Jayhawks, the most to open a season since winning 10 to start the 2011 season.

No. 23 Texas Ousts Kansas, 74-63



Box Score // Photo Gallery // Senior guard Natalie Knight posted 11 points and became the 28th Jayhawk to enter the 1,000-point club, but her efforts weren't enough as Kansas fell to No. 23 Texas for the second time this season, 74-63, Saturday night inside Allen Fieldhouse.