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- KANSAS SPORTS -

Baseball - Ninth-inning Kansas heroics fall short to Texas

Sophomore third baseman David Kyriacou followed and squared his best swing of the night far and deep to right field, but a major cross wind held the ball in the air too long and it fell short about three feet in front of the fence into UT right fielder Patrick Mathis' glove to end the game.

Goodbye, Kansas | The Player's Tribine | Frank Mason

I'm going to miss all the genuine people at Kansas, my teammates — I want to thank them for how much they've impacted my life on and off the court, and for making the decision to play at Kansas the best one I ever made.

Bill Self wants to see a more aggressive Svi Mykhailiuk during senior season | KUsports.com

"Consistent aggressiveness would probably be it as much as anything," Self told the Journal-World on Thursday morning when asked what area he’d like to see Mykhailiuk grow the most. "I think he took a big jump last year and he had some big moments for us. But then when things were not going as well, he had times when he didn’t impact the game as much as he could’ve and he needs to get better at that.... We all need to get better at that."

Safety Sam Skwarlo leaves KU football after redshirt season | KUsports.com

After a year of Division I college football in his hometown, former Free State High standout Sam Skwarlo decided to leave the University of Kansas behind in search of a more prominent role.

Tennis - Kansas duo downs No. 2 seed to advance at NCAA Championship

The No. 37-ranked Kansas doubles pair of senior Tess Bernard-Feigenbaum and sophomore Nina Khmelnitckaia rallied from a 4-0 deficit in the first set to post a three-set victory over the No. 2 overall seed to advance to the round of 16 of the 2017 NCAA Doubles Tournament.

Track & Field - Five Jayhawks advance to Eugene on opening day of NCAA West Prelim

Five Jayhawks secured their spots at the NCAA Outdoor Championships in their respective events, while an additional three KU athletes extended their weekends in Austin by moving on to quarterfinal races on the track.

- COLLEGE SPORTS -

UNC responds to NCAA allegations, argues jurisdiction in academic scandal - CBSSports.com

The school has disputed the previous findings in the school-commissioned Wainstein Report, arguing that only 29.4 percent of the students in these classes (many no-show or "paper" classes) where athletes. UNC argues that jurisdiction over the anomalous classes falls to the school's academic creditor, the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Committee on Colleges.

K-State football coach Bill Snyder critical of new early signing period | The Kansas City Star

"People really ought to give some thought to the things they do before they do them," Snyder said earlier this week at a Catbackers event in Goddard. "So much of what has been done by the NCAA recently has not been well thought out, and you will see some changes. They will come around very quickly, because these won’t work."

Kansas State vs. Wichita State basketball? Bruce Weber thinks it's a possibility | The Kansas City Star

Many have debated the topic of Wichita State playing regular nonconference games against Kansas and K-State in recent years, but the Jayhawks and Wildcats have shown little interest. Weber seems open to change, though. He said he has discussed Wichita State options with K-State administrators.

- PROFESSIONAL SPORTS -

Cavaliers set for third straight NBA Finals vs. Warriors after bouncing Celtics - CBSSports.com

It was a continuation of the trend they started over the first two games of this series in Boston, as they jumped out to a huge lead, then coasted the rest of the way, winning 135-102.