- KANSAS SPORTS -
Another Kansas Relays is in the books after celebratory fireworks concluded the 90th edition of the historic meet Saturday night at Rock Chalk Park.
Junior Sharon Lokedi claimed her third school record as she ran to a runner-up finish in the 5,000 meters at the Cardinal Classic.
"Coming off the Olympic year, mentally it was difficult," she said. "I struggled with whether this was even for me anymore. I kind of did what I set my goals to be, but I really want to make an Olympic final. I want to make a World Championship team."
No. 19 Oklahoma scored two runs in the bottom of the eighth inning to overcome a one-run deficit as the Kansas baseball team's sweep attempt ended in a 7-6 loss at L. Dale Mitchell Park Sunday afternoon.
Backed by seven strong innings from sophomore righty Jackson Goddard, the Kansas baseball team won its first road series at No. 19 Oklahoma since 2009 after a 5-2 victory Saturday afternoon at L. Dale Mitchell Park.
The Jayhawks (24-23) took the series after winning the final two games of the weekend. KU bounced back from a series-opening loss to Wolf Pack (23-19) take its second series victory of the season.
Kansas coach Bill Self, along with dozens of other big time Division I basketball coaches, spent some time in Fort Worth, Texas, over the weekend, evaluating talent at the adidas Gauntlet.
The Kansas Board of Regents on Wednesday approved plans from three of the six universities it governs to prohibit the concealed carry of guns in stadiums and arenas during athletic events with 5,000 people or more. Now, sports fans will endure an assortment of security hassles resulting from gun laws that ignore common sense.
- PROFESSIONAL SPORTS -
With Memphis on its way to putting away Western Conference juggernaut San Antonio in the fourth quarter of Game 3, Selden came through with an electrifying slam reminiscent of his days with the Jayhawks.
The Cincinnati Reds are ready for the party to be over for Chicago Cubs fans.