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Ellis, Selden, Diallo earn Combine invites

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Kansas News

Combine invites Ellis, Selden, Diallo |
Kansas University senior Perry Ellis, junior Wayne Selden Jr. and freshman Cheick Diallo have been invited to the 2016 NBA Combine, set for May 11-15 in Chicago.

Jayhawks take two from Oklahoma |
All season, despite dealing with more losses than anyone expected or would care to count, the Kansas University baseball team continued to preach that its offense was among the best in the Big 12 Conference.

KU men’s golf remains in eighth |
Trinity, Texas — Kansas University men’s golf team improved by nearly 20 strokes in the third round of the Big 12 Championship at Whispering Pines Golf Club, but the Jayhawks remained in eighth place.

Kansas soccer stops Arkansas |
Kansas University’s women’s soccer team blanked Arkansas, 2-0, on Saturday at Rock Chalk Park to conclude its spring season.

KU rowing sweeps K-State |
Kansas City, Kan. — Kansas University swept Kansas State, 22-0, in the rowing Sunflower Showdown on Saturday at Wyandotte County Lake.

KU softball splits with UT |
Austin, Texas — Kansas University softball ended its four-game losing streak with a vengeance.

Jayhawks fall in tennis semis |
Kansas University’s run in the Big 12 Women’s Tennis Championship ended with a 4-0 loss to top-seeded Oklahoma State in the semifinals on Saturday at Greenwood Tennis Center

KU track claims 10 individual wins |
Senior Daina Levy’s season-best toss in the hammer throw highlighted 10 Kansas University individual wins at the Rock Chalk Track and Field Classic on Saturday at Rock Chalk Park.

KU looking to upgrade special teams |
During his 17 months as the leader of the Kansas football program, David Beaty has talked often about the importance of what he calls the “hidden third” of the game.

Other Sports

Prisco's NFL Draft Grades: 32 grades for 32 teams but only one A+ -
One team got an A+ grade, while two got As. The A+ grade goes to the Jacksonville Jaguars, who picked six defensive players and in the process served notice that they might compete for a division title.

Spurs put on clinic at expense of overwhelmed OKC: 3 things to know -
The San Antonio Spurs made an emphatic statement in Game 1 of the Western Conference semifinals, completely demoralizing the visiting Thunder, 124-92. And somehow it was an even bigger beating than that score would indicate. Here are three things to know as San Antonio takes a commanding 1-0 lead -- if such a thing exists -- over OKC.

Cowboys pick Tony Romo's possible replacement on Day 3 of NFL Draft -
One of the biggest priorities for the Dallas Cowboys in the 2016 NFL Draft was finding a quarterback, preferably one who could be groomed as the future starter once Tony Romo moves on, and definitely one who is capable of stepping in and filling in if Romo misses any time.

Floyd Mayweather needs a 9-figure payday, probably title fight for return -
Mayweather continued to insist that he's not champing at the bit to get back in the ring, but said that he is having conversations about a possible return to go for 50-0. When asked about coming back for another fight, Mayweather noted that he has had some conversations with CBS and Showtime, but the price has to be right.

WATCH: Andre Berto lands right hook on Victor Ortiz for vicious knockout -
Andre Berto may be back. After getting dominated by Floyd Mayweather in his final fight, Berto crushed "Vicious" Victor Ortiz in the fourth round with a strong right hand knockout on Saturday at Premier Boxing Champions.