- Kansas Sports -
Kansas had its chances, stranding nine runners on base. Wright had both of KU's extra-base hits – two home runs – while Kansas State blasted six including three doubles, two triples and a home run.
The loss dropped the Jayhawks (20-31-1 overall, 6-14 Big 12) 1.5 games behind the Wildcats (26-26, 8-13) for the eighth and final spot in the Big 12 Championship, May 25-29, with three Big 12 games to play.
The Jayhawks amassed 116 points to claim second place and post the program's highest finish at a conference meet since 1983. The Kansas women tallied their fifth-straight top-four finish at the Big 12 outdoor meet after they claimed a fourth-place finish with 82.4 points.
The University of Kansas concluded the final day of the Big 12 Rowing Championship with a third-place team finish on Sunday at Melton Hill Lake, highlighted by the Second Varsity Four boat earning a bronze medal.
After playing well, measuring well and interviewing well at last week’s NBA Combine, Kansas University freshman Cheick Diallo proclaimed to ESPN.com and CBSSports.com reporters he would be signing with an agent and keeping his name in the June 23 draft.
The University of Kansas Senate is organizing a committee to research and propose a policy to uphold freedom of speech at the school.
- Professional Sports -
A full blown brawl broke out between the Rangers and Blue Jays on Sunday following a hit-by-pitch and a dirty slide.
Russell Wilson gave the commencement address at Wisconsin's graduation this weekend and shared his side of his transfer out of NC State.
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Turkish soccer club Eskisehirspor was relegated from the top division on Saturday, ending a poor season in which the team won just eight of its 33 matches. Fans weren't happy, but instead of voicing their displeasure, they did the unthinkable.
Ray Searage was meeting with his starter, Jeff Locke, when he was ejected.
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