- Kansas Sports -
Senior lefty Ben Krauth, senior righty Sam Gilbert and senior second baseman Colby Wright each were selected during Saturday's conclusion of the three-day event and joined junior catcher Michael Tinsley as KU's 2016 MLB Draft Class.
Levy turned in a 16th-place finish to earn second team All-America honors, while Tsema claimed 19th overall.
"I’m trying to get stronger, become a better shooter, adjust to the speed and physicality of the game. I always considered myself a stronger guy for high school, a physical guy, but this game is a whole different level. It’s a whole different beast. I’m going to put on some weight. I’m going to put on some muscle and see what I can do," Lightfoot added.
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"My name is Sarah McClue," she says, "or as you may know me, Jane Doe 7."
And with that, McClure, 19, stepped out of the shadows and put her name on a Title IX lawsuit that had buzzed around the University of Kansas campus in recent weeks, casting a cloud over the school's athletic department and drawing scrutiny to yet another college football program.
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A quick recap of each super-regional.
- Professional Sports -
Pittsburgh has their Stanley Cup after a 3-1 victory in San Jose.
In Denver on Friday as part of the latest crop of players working out for the Nuggets, Diallo displayed the all-out, Kenneth Faried-esque motor he's already well known to have.
"I thought I had one more good year [this past season], but obviously I didn’t like how it all went with my role," Pierce told The Globe. "I’m still just trying to figure it out. A lot has got to do with my role I’m going to play. To come back and sit 82 games, I don’t know if I can do that."
- One of these is a real thing -
Madden‘s Franchise Mode is one of the deepest modes in gaming today. It’s arguably the deepest RPG on the market, just without any swords, elves or definitive bad guys. You create your own story, and sometimes, Madden itself gets in the way of your epic tale of football greatness. This year, the Madden 17 team is adding some major changes to the franchise mode. Changes that have been years in the making, and on the wish-lists of fans since the PS2 era. We were able to discuss what’s in store for franchise freaks with Chris White of EA.
Mortgaging the future of your alma mater has never been so fun!