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KU Sweeps Mizzou to Advance to Sweet Sixteen

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KU volleyball sweeps Mizzou, advances to 2nd Sweet 16 in program history | KUsports.com
“Jim Marchiony (associate AD) thought we should have Fambrough come back and talk to ’em before we started this match. Then we talked about it again. We said, ‘You know what? These kids don’t understand all that.’

Kansas swimming routs Jewell | KUsports.com
Kansas University won every event and swept the top three places in six events in a 126-67 rout of William Jewell College in a swimming dual on Friday at Robinson Natatorium.

Column: Horejsi Center kind to KU | KUsports.com
Playing inside the gymnasium where they lost just one match this season (to mighty Texas) — and have lost just seven times since 2012 — the Jayhawks operated with the look of the hunter while their Border War rivals from Missouri merely looked hopeless.

Column: Horejsi Center kind to KU | KUsports.com
Playing inside the gymnasium where they lost just one match this season (to mighty Texas) — and have lost just seven times since 2012 — the Jayhawks operated with the look of the hunter while their Border War rivals from Missouri merely looked hopeless.

Mason shows way on boards, floor | KUsports.com
The fact that the shortest player on Kansas University’s basketball roster leads the squad in defensive rebounds classifies as ...“Embarrassing,” KU coach Bill Self said Friday when informed 5-foot-11 Frank Mason III indeed has grabbed 27 defensive boards heading into today’s 2:15 p.m. home game against Harvard.

KU track cruises at Timmons | KUsports.com
Kansas University claimed victories in 15 individual events at the Bob Timmons Challenge on Friday at Anschutz Pavilion.

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