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Kansas Basketball Leads League in Home Attendance for the 30th-Straight Season

For all games – home, neutral and away – Kansas ranked seventh nationally with 558,040 fans which also led the Big 12.

Kevin Young runs with new Jayhawks at camp | KUsports.com

"The big kid … once he gets his footwork down and learns how to use his body, he’s going to be really good. He has the speed and the body," Young said of 6-11, 270-pound freshman Udoka Azubuike, who had eight points for the losing Red team.

Matt Tait: Kinner’s shoulder is ready, so is he | KUsports.com

“I came here hurt,” said Kinner, who battled injuries throughout his first season as a Jayhawk. “I didn’t hurt my shoulder here. It had been hurt, I just never got it looked at and when I finally did get it looked at, it was pretty bad.”

Tennis - Jayhawks Selected for 2017 ITA Division I Women's Kick-Off Weekend

Fresh off its most successful season in more than a decade, Kansas women's tennis was tabbed for the 2017 Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA) Division I Women's Kick-Off Weekend. The Jayhawks, who concluded the 2015-16 campaign ranked No. 33 in the final ITA rankings, were invited to play in the event for the first time since its inception in 2009.

Track & Field - Lokedi Runs into History Books, Claims Sixth in 10K at NCAA Championships

Lokedi posted a school-record time of 32:49.43 and became the first Jayhawk – male or female - in Kansas track & field history to earn All-America status in cross country, indoor track and outdoor track in the same academic year.

Jane Doe 7, plaintiff in KU sexual assault lawsuit, comes forward in video | KUsports.com

McClure’s lawsuit accuses KU of failing to properly investigate her assault, failing to protect her from subsequent intimidation by the football player and allowing her rowing coaches to retaliate against her after she reported her assault, in violation of the federal Title IX law.

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Victim's attorney questions why Art Briles' assistants remain on Baylor staff - Yahoo Sports

"I don't understand how you can continue to employ people who have been found to have engaged in this type of behavior," said Alex Zalkin, an attorney for Jasmin Hernandez, who has filed a Title IX suit against Baylor. "I think the public has the right to know who specifically was involved."

Big 12 division proposal: Why not keep things flexible? | The Wichita Eagle

Here’s a radical proposal: rotate teams between divisions every few years to ensure balance.

Oklahoma defeats Auburn for its 3rd national softball title - Yahoo Sports

Sophomore Paige Parker pitched a complete game to help Oklahoma defeat Auburn 2-1 on Wednesday night for its third national softball title.

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Martin Jones, Sharks keep Stanley Cup out of Penguins’ hands | Puck Daddy - Yahoo Sports

The San Jose Sharks goalie made 44 saves to keep his team alive in the Stanley Cup Final with a 4-2 Game 5 victory over the Pittsburgh Penguins on Thursday night, ruining the potential celebration for the Penguins and the tens of thousands of fans that had gathered in and around CONSOL Energy Center.

MLB Draft 2016 results tracker: Follow the selections, pick by pick - SBNation.com

The draft lasts 40 rounds over three days, with the first two rounds on Thursday, Rounds 3-10 on Friday, and Rounds 11-40 on Saturday.

Stock watch: Perry Ellis would be great fit for playoff team | Smithology | KUsports.com

The Raptors, for all their success this year, could always use some more scoring. Once you get past guards Kyle Lowry and DeMar DeRozan, and some points inside from Jonas Valanciunas, Toronto doesn’t have many easy ways to get points. One could envision Ellis coming in off the bench for some scoring punch on that roster.