Kansas falls to No. 17 Texas on penalty kicks - Kansas Jayhawks
The Kansas soccer team came up short following a double-overtime thriller, playing to a 0-0 draw with No. 17 Texas before being edged by the Longhorns on a penalty kick shootout in the Big 12 Championship quarterfinals Sunday night at Swope Soccer Village.
Pooka Williams Jr., earns a spot on Paul Hornung Award Honor Roll - Kansas Jayhawks
Kansas freshman running back Pooka Williams Jr., earned a spot on the Paul Hornung Award Honor Roll after helping lead the Jayhawks to their first Big 12 win in nearly two years as the Jayhawks defeated TCU, 27-26. Williams scored the game-winning touchdown on a 28-yard catch and run, his second TD of the day.
Jayhawks down Tigers in overtime | KUsports.com
"I don't know if we could have asked for anything more out of an exhibition game," head coach Brandon Schneider said in a team release. "Give Fort Hays State a lot of credit, they were exactly what we expected out of such an experienced group. A lot of veterans over there, who I thought played extremely hard. They were so competitive in all the hustle and toughness areas of the game and I think that made us a lot better today."
Jayhawks savor TCU win and chance to celebrate | KUsports.com
“It was insane,” Dineen said of the scene, after KU ended a 14-game Big 12 losing streak. “Two years ago, we did it against Texas and it was crazy. But I didn’t get to play in that game (due to injury). It was really cool for me to be able to play in a game and get a win and see the fans come down. It was an awesome, awesome feeling.”
KU soccer falls to Texas on penalty kicks | KUsports.com
Unlike other freshmen at Kansas, Sarah Peters is familiar with playing on Children’s Mercy Victory Field. Peters played in her high school state final for Lee’s Summit North less than a year before Sunday. Coincidentally, North sat just over 11 miles away from the goal in which she stood.
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