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Gardner Earns Second WBCA All-Region Honor



Kansas senior forward Chelsea Gardner was named to the 2015 Women's Basketball Coaches Association All-Region team for the second-straight year as announced by the WBCA Wednesday. Gardner's accolade marks the fourth season in a row that a Jayhawk has been named to the WBCA All-Region squad. 

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Rock Chalk Weekly: Kansas Rowing Begins Spring Season

This spring marks the 20th season for the University of Kansas rowing program, which also marks the 20-year milestone for KU head coach Rob Catloth. Though the official NCAA rowing season doesn't begin until the spring, the Jayhawks began preparation b...

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Jayhawks Overwhelmed by Bears, 15-9

Sophomore catcher Michael Tinsley goes perfect at the plate, as the Kansas baseball team dropped its third-straight contest, 15-9, Tuesday night at Hammons Field, home of the Missouri State Bears.

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Marysville Man Arrested Following High-Speed Nebraska Police Chase

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A 37 year old Marysville man was arrested in Nebraska following a high-speed chase. Authorities in Nebraska are saying that Justin T. Sutterlin is a suspect in Kansas for a convenience store burglary that took place in Mitchell County early Tuesday. Fairbury, Nebraska police arrested Sutterlin on suspicion of burglary and other charges after the high-speed chase. He is being ...

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National Work Zone Awareness Week Asks Kids To Color Kansas Orange

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The Kansas Department of Transportation is participating in National Work Zone Awareness Week, through March 27th. Kids are encouraged to color Kansas orange, by downloading and printing a coloring sheet from the K-Dot website, then sending a photo of the picture, which will be posted on the departments Northeast Kansas Facebook page. Download Coloring Sheet Here (PDF)

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Iowa Long Balls Stun Jayhawks, 6-2

Final Box (.pdf) \ Three Hawkeye home runs prove too much to handle as the Kansas baseball team dropped the series finale, 6-2, to Iowa Sunday afternoon at Hoglund Ballpark.

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Home Runs, Records and Milestones, Oh My!



With just one swing of the bat from Maddie Stein, a record was broken and a milestone victory achieved. Stein's fourth home run of the season lifted No. 22 Kansas to a 5-4 decision over Georgia State, making the senior KU's all-time RBI leader and marking head coach Megan Smith's 300th career win, on Sunday afternoon at Arrocha Ballpark. 

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No. 22 Kansas Outlasts Georgia State, 8-6

No. 22 Kansas softball won its ninth-straight game after outlasting Georgia State, 8-6, in the its third game of the Rock Chalk Challenge and improving to 7-0 at Arrocha Ballpark at Rock Chalk Park on Saturday afternoon.

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Miller Completes KU’s Run at NCAA Championship

Chelsie Miller concluded the 2014-15 season for the Kansas swimming and diving team, completing the 1,650-yard freestyle with a time of 16:17.02 at the NCAA Championships at the Greensboro Aquatic Center Saturday afternoon. Miller finished 26th in the ...

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NCAA Tournament: Jayhawks Prep for Shockers on Practice Day

Sunday's round of 32 features a storyline a little closer to home when top-25 programs Kansas and Wichita State meet for the first time since 1993 to decide who advances to the NCAA Sweet 16. Prior to the clash between the Kansas squads, the Jayhawks m...

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