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Notebook: Lawson Mauls Hiring of Agent; KU Track Mauls Battle on the Bayou; Les Miles Mauls Spring Game Preview

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KU men's golf sits in seventh place at Irish Creek Intercollegiate |
No. 31 Kansas men's golf finished the first two rounds of the Irish Creek Intercollegiate on Saturday, and sit in seventh place in the 16-team field.

Third Varsity Eight earns bronze at Sunshine State Invite for KU rowing |
Four of Kansas' five shells raced in the grand finals on day two of the Sunshine State Invite, highlighted by one crew medaling, at Nathan Benderson Park in Sarasota, Florida.

Jayhawks record 8 event victories, KU men win Battle on the Bayou |
The Kansas men's and women's track & field teams took home eight event victories at the Battle on the Bayou in Baton Rouge, Louisiana on Saturday. The KU men won the team title at the meet, scoring 129 points to beat Ohio State, LSU, Penn State and Alabama. The KU women finished second in the team scoring to LSU.

Kansas softball drops series finale to No. 13 Oklahoma State |
Kansas softball dropped the series finale to No. 13 Oklahoma State, 7-4, at Cowgirl Stadium. OSU scored runs in five of the six innings and a late Kansas comeback attempt was thwarted by the pitching staff

No. 11 Red Raiders blast past Jayhawks |
No. 11 Texas Tech used 16 hits to power past the Kansas baseball team Saturday afternoon at Rip Griffin Park. The Jayhawks suffered a 19-4 loss, dropping their second game of the series with the Red Raiders.

What Les Miles had to say about KU a week before the spring game
Earlier in the week, the Jayhawks held an outdoor practice on the grass fields next to Allen Fieldhouse. Media were invited to attend the first hour of practice — you can read some of our VIP takeaways, here, and you can see some of the videos we posted from the most recent indoor session, here (VIP) — and KU coach Les Miles later met with reporters for a chat about the team.

Report: Dedric Lawson 'expected' to declare for draft with agent
In a move that many anticipated, Dedric Lawson appears to be heading to the NBA Draft. Jeff Goodman of Stadium is reporting that Lawson is "expected to sign with an agent and declare for an NBA Draft," according to a source.

Other Sports News

Virginia prevails after disputed foul call on late 3
A controversial foul call on a 3-point attempt by Virginia's Kyle Guy in the final seconds of Saturday night's Final Four game against Auburn allowed the Cavaliers to pull out a dramatic 63-62 win and left at least one member of the Tigers fuming.

Bret Hart jumped by fan during WWE HOF speech
A fan jumped the barrier and tackled Bret Hart in the ring during the WWE Hall of Fame ceremony Saturday night at Barclays Center in New York.

Duke 'looking into' claim Nike paid Zion's mother
Duke athletic director Kevin White said the school is "looking into" attorney Michael Avenatti's allegation that Nike paid Zion Williamson's mother for consulting services while her son was a top high school recruit.

Saban - Players lose by entering NFL draft early
Alabama coach Nick Saban warned against all but the top-ranked players leaving early for the NFL draft, saying, "the person that loses in that is the player."

Projected No. 1 pick Ionescu returning to Ducks
Sabrina Ionescu, who led Oregon to its first appearance in the Women's Final Four, is staying for her senior season.

Other News

Israel's Netanyahu vows to annex West Bank settlements if re-elected
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu pledged on Saturday to annex Jewish settlements in the occupied West Bank if re-elected, a dramatic policy shift apparently aimed at rallying his nationalist base in the final stretch of the tight race.

Life in the 406: Facts behind Montana's iconic area code | Montana |
April 6 is better known as Montana Day or 406 Day in the Big Sky State. To celebrate, we pulled together a few facts behind Montana's iconic 406 area code.

Hospital Closure Makes It Harder For A Town To Attract Retirees : Shots - Health News : NPR
When a rural community loses its hospital, health care becomes harder to come by in an instant. But a hospital closure also shocks a small town's economy. It shuts down one of its largest employers. It scares off heavy industry that needs an emergency room nearby. And in one Tennessee town, a lost hospital means lost hope of attracting more retirees.

Daily Inter Lake - Law Roundup, Attempted beer heist ends badly
Kalispell Police received a report of a fight between a customer and an employee at a store after the customer allegedly attempted to steal two beers and the employee pinned the customer to the ground. The two people reportedly got into a fistfight after the customer allegedly bit the employee and broke free. The customer then allegedly tried to get into a vehicle leave while the employee tried to pull them out of the car. Officers arrived and arrested the suspect while an ambulance responded to the bite victim.

Nipsey Hussle: LA Bloods and Crips in one day peace TRUCE after rapper’s murder | Daily Star
The violence of the rapper's death inspired an outbreak of peace as gangs from all over the city paid tribute to the murdered star.

NY Judge Lifts Ban on Unvaccinated Minors in Public Spaces
A state judge has ruled against one New York county’s effort to stem a massive measles outbreak, arguing that the county cannot ban unvaccinated minors from public places.