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Gardner Earns Second Big 12 Weekly Honor in 2014-15



Kansas senior forward Chelsea Gardner was named the season's final Phillips 66 Big 12 Player of the week, as voted on by a panel of media covering the conference. The accolades marks Gardner's second player of the week honor this season and fourth in her career. 

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Pille Dazzles in One-Hit Shutout of North Florida

For Kansas starter Alicia Pille, ignorance is bliss. She was unaware when she recently reached 500 career strikeouts, and didn't know she fanned three straight and six of nine from the fourth through sixth innings Friday against North Florida.

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Rock Chalk Weekly: The Inner Struggle



Like his path when running distance events for the Kansas track & field team, Josh Munsch's college career has taken many turns, but those turns weren't as mapped out as the simple lefts he takes when he is on the oval. He has overcome obstacles that would cause most to hang up the spikes, all for his love of running.

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Pille Named Big 12 Pitcher of the Week

Kansas senior pitcher Alicia Pille was awarded Big 12 Pitcher of the Week honors for the week of Feb. 24, as announced by the conference office Tuesday afternoon. Pille has earned the league weekly honor three times in her career and for the first time...

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Jayhawks Find A New Way To Connect



Current and past Jayhawks have a new way to connect and promote professional growth. This week KU Athletics Career Development hosted its first Athletes in Engineering night. This is the start of a planned series, during which Career Development will host a night for Jayhawks with similar fields of study or career interests to collaborate and connect. 

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Kim Tennal Inducted Into Volleyball Hall Of Fame

The Kansas Volleyball Association recently recognized Centralia coach Kim Tennal with induction into its Hall of Fame. With a 745-127 overall record, her career began in 1976, coming to Centralia in 1988, where she guided the team to the state’s longest streak of state titles 1997-2004, with only a single losing season in her first year with the panthers.

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A Collection of Record Proportions

The Blue Rapids Museum is close to opening a major and unique exhibit in the “Stanley’s” portion. The Floyd Sutton family, as a tribute to Fib, plan to bring in antique toys, Georgia Pacific photos, old model trains, refurbished antique clocks and unique working phonographs. There will be antique tools of known and unknown purposes and a tribute to the ...

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SCC ranked 12th best community college in U S by TheBestSchools.org

Southeast Community College is ranked the No. 12 community college in the United States by TheBestSchools.org, a leading higher education/career website. The website selected the 50 best community colleges based on a comparison of several studies and ratings of community colleges, as well as the college’s reputation and a review of a large number of notable community colleges. David Redfearn, ...

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Schmitz receives FFA Award

Audrey Schmitz of the Axtell FFA was recognized during the FFA Convention in Manhattan held last week. Schmitz received a State FFA Proficiency Award in Dairy Production Entrepreneurship for outstanding accomplishments she has made in developing programs that will prepare her for a career in agriculture. The daughter of Joseph and Amy Schmitz, she plans to attend KSU after high school and ...

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