KU Basketball Boot Camp Journal: Sept. 23, 2016 | Tale of the Tait | KUsports.com
Boot Camp, Kansas basketball style, is not for the faint of heart and on Friday a handful of local media members were invited in to watch the Jayhawks run through one of Bill Self’s signature preseason conditioning adventures, which ran for 50 minutes and left the veteran KU coach very pleased with the effort put in by his team.
KU soccer upsets No. 25 Texas Tech | KUsports.com
A pair of penalty kicks helped the Kansas soccer team secure a victory over No. 25 Texas Tech on Friday night at Rock Chalk Park.
Four Jayhawks start under par in Arizona | KUsports.com
In his first event as a member of the Kansas men’s golf team, junior Daniel Sutton got off to a quick start at the Maui Jim Intercollegiate, followed closely by sophomore Charlie Hiller, with four Jayhawks posting scores under par, resulting in a tie for the third sport on the leaderboard at the Mirabel Golf Club.
Rychagova leads KU tennis in Little Rock | KUsports.com
The Kansas women's tennis team opened its season Friday as sophomore Anastasia Rychagova posted singles and doubles victories on the first day of the Little Rock Invitational at the Little Rock Country Club on Friday.
KU's Lagerald Vick 'hard to beat' during first week of Boot Camp | KUsports.com
With one week of Boot Camp now in the books, Kansas men’s basketball coach Bill Self went into the weekend feeling pretty good about his team’s effort and performance during the first five days of the annual conditioning camp that tests every ounce of his players’ minds, bodies and souls.
Bill Self on Chancellor Gray-Little: 'She's been fabulous for our university' | KUsports.com
“That’s not that long from now,” Self said of Gray-Little's impending retirement. “What is it? Nine months? But congratulations to her. She’s earned her time to relax and enjoy life and certainly has been great for our university. She’s been great for athletics, but I think she’s been fabulous for our university as a whole.”
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