A new face took the volleyball court Saturday, and Jayhawk fans should get to know her.
Freshman setter Annika Carlson is the future of the position. Next season she will replace senior Ainise Havili, who will
Kansas and Missouri will face each other this weekend in an exhibition format entitled the Showdown for Relief.
It's the first time the two schools have met since Missouri left the Big 12 in 2012. The
In middle school, playing sports is a huge part of a student's life. For Garrett Splichal, he played football and wrestled. In just 10 days, that lifestyle for Garrett changed in the blink of an eye.
When Landen Lucas' career at Kansas ended, he wanted to create something to benefit students who don't have the opportunity to participate in sports at a younger age. So, he came up with the Sports
The Kansas men's golf team finished third in the Big 12 Championship, the highest finish by KU since 2000. The Jayhawks were led by senior Chase Hanna, who walked away with his own hardware claiming the
Thursday afternoon Kansas Athletics announced sophomore forward Carlton Bragg Jr. will transfer from the university's men's basketball team.
“We appreciate Carlton’s efforts the last two years at Kansas,” coach Bill Self said. “We certainly respect his
The Jayhawks took a huge step forward on Sunday, downing the Texas Longhorns in a 5-4 victory at Hoglund Ballpark. The win brings Kansas to 3-3 in Big 12 conference play and securing a rubber match win
The Jayhawks come up short of the Final Four for the second-straight season, losing to the Oregon Ducks by a final score of 74-60. The locker room was silent as players reflected on the game.
The elite eight is upon us on Saturday, but let's talk about the eight student mangers of the Jayhawk's men's basketball team. The managers don't have a specific job description, says fourth year manager Chip
Kansas guard Tyler Self has played in every one of the Jayhawk's NCAA Tournament games this season.
Although he's scored just five points, the senior is getting extra minutes on the biggest stage in college basketball
If Kansas' first two NCAA Tournament wins weren't convincing enough of how great the Jayhawks are playing, look no further than a 32 point win over the Big Ten regular season champions in the Purdue
The Jayhawks returned home to Kansas City after defeating Michigan State last weekend. After tonight, the team is coming back to the Sprint Center on Saturday night to play in the elite eight, still only
College basketball fans of Kansas, Oregon, Purdue and Michigan took downtown Kansas City by storm for the NCAA Tournament Midwest Regional.
KUJH reporters MollyPatt Horan and Jackson Kurtz catch up with fans from the Power and Light
The Purdue Boilermakers, all the way from Lafayette, Indiana, are taking on the Kansas Jayhawks who are playing just 35 miles away from campus.
The Jayhawks may have the home court advantage, but the Boilermakers are ready
Ahead of Kansas' Sweet 16 game against Purdue, most of the focus is on the matchups between the Jayhawks' big men and the Boilermakers' 6'9" Caleb Swanigan and 7'2" Isaac Haas.
But what about the rest of