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Schneider Introduced as Head Women’s Basketball Coach

Photo Gallery // Goosebumps and the type of excitement that makes the hair on the back of your neck greeted Brandon Schneider nearly twenty years ago when he first stepped foot on basketball court at Allen Fieldhouse, in awe of the history and tradition that oozes from the venue. It's a history that he's now intimately part of as Schneider was introduced as the sixth head women's basketball of the University of Kansas at a press conference Tuesday inside a packed Allen Fieldhouse media room.

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Blue Rapids Museum To Hold Annual Meeting


On Sunday, April 19 at 2:00 PM, the Blue Rapids Historical Society will be holding its annual meeting at the museum and also celebrating its tenth anniversary as an organization. Refreshments will be served. Nolan Sump, President of the historical society, will be giving a presentation on his restoration of his carriage house, which is the last two-story carriage house ...

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KU Softball Retires Jersey of Program’s First All-American

Photo Gallery // Over the years, Kansas softball history has been written by many student-athletes. Jill Larson-Bradney (1978-81) is one of those Jayhawks who contributed to KU's history in a multitude of ways throughout her time in the Crimson and Blue uniform. On Saturday, prior to first pitch, Kansas softball honored Larson-Bradney's career with the retirement of her jersey.

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Kansas Tracksters Off to Fast Start at Texas Relays

RESULTS // The Kansas women's 4x800-meter relay turned in one of the fastest times in school history, while senior Michael Stigler shined in his first 400-meter hurdle outing of the season as the Jayhawks competed on the second day of the Clyde Littlef...

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W. Basketball. K-State Hosts Akron on Thursday Night

Kansas State will make the 18th postseason appearance in program history, and its first since the 2012-13 season, as the Wildcats host Akron in the first round of the 2015 Postseason WNIT on Thursday at 7 p.m.

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Track. Women Finish 2nd at Big 12s

Scoring 132.50 points total, the women's effort was the best in program history in regards to both points and finish in the Big 12 era.

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The Bulldog Report – Feb. 23rd, 2015

Marysville High School Bulldogs

This week’s edition of The Bulldog Report is hosted by sophomores at Marysville High School: Kali Crome and Adam Lindhorst. Hear them talk about how they learn about DNA with bananas in Mrs. Houtz’s biology class, what they’ve learned about the Industrial Revolution in Mr. Heyd’s world history class, and all that’s going on in Ms. Wolfe’s speech class.

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2014 Runner-Up Kansas Returns to Big 12 Conference Championship

After nearly three weeks since the last competition, the Kansas swimming and diving team returns to face four conference rivals at the Big 12 Championships. Last year, KU finished second behind the meet's champion and host Texas—the highest finish in program history. The league meet begins on Wednesday, Feb. 25 in the No. 13 Longhorns' Jamail Texas Swimming Center and will run through Saturday, Feb. 28.

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KU Track Concludes Strong Weekend in Fayetteville, Ames

The Kansas men's 4x400-meter relay collected its best time of the season to finish out a strong Jayhawk outing at the Tyson Invitational Saturday afternoon inside the Randal Tyson Track Center. Seven members of the Kansas teams posted personal-bests as...

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