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Notebook: Kansas Tennis wins first NCAA Tourney match in 19 years


Tennis: U.S. Open Robert Deutsch-USA TODAY Sports

Kansas women’s tennis won its first NCAA matchup in 19 years, defeating Denver 4-3 to move into the second round. The Jayhawks will face the overall #12 seed Pepperdine this afternoon.

Two Jayhawks claimed titles at the Big 12 outdoor track and field championships yesterday: Gleb Dudarev in the hammer throw and Sharon Lokedi in the 10,000 meters.

Kansas baseball blew an 8-3 lead in the 9th inning against K-State, but recovered to win in extra innings.

Bill Self talks about his options for KU’s open 13th scholarship spot on next year’s team.

Devonte Graham will be at several different locations in the KC/Lawrence area this weekend signing books before he heads off to the NBA Draft combine.

Dorance Armstrong has inked a four-year deal with the Dallas Cowboys, and will wear #74.

In other news...

Nevada basketball picked up its first ever 5-star commit.

What end of season college football rankings will you stay mad about forever? 2007 Kansas comes to mind...

A bold coaching hire has Illinois on the short list for a lot of St. Louis’ top recruiting prospects.

Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh suggests a deferred payment system to pay college athletes.

Um... the Winnipeg Jets are in the Stanley Cup finals?