RJ Hampton down to four, strongly considering reclassifying
Hampton is now down to four schools including: Duke, Kansas, Kentucky and Memphis, according to a tweet from college basketball insider Adam Zagoria. The tweet from Zagoria also included that Hampton is still strongly considering reclassifying, and he may cut his list to three schools soon.
Carter Stanley in thick of yet another KU football QB competition | KUsports.com
Heading into his fifth and final season with the University of Kansas football program, redshirt senior Carter Stanley has obtained a better understanding than most players on the team about all that has to go into mastering a playbook and then taking that process a step further and executing those plays on the field.
Kansas baseball defeats No. 11 Texas Tech in series finale | KUsports.com
Behind a career day from sophomore designated hitter Tom Lichty, the Kansas baseball team downed Texas Tech by a final score of 13-9 on Sunday afternoon at Rip Griffin Park.
No. 14 Kansas tennis tops West Virginia, 6-1 | KUsports.com
No. 14-ranked Kansas tennis defeated West Virginia, 6-1, Sunday afternoon at the Jayhawk Tennis Center. The Jayhawks (15-4, 6-2 Big 12) have now won four consecutive conference matches, improving to third place in the league standings behind Texas and Oklahoma State.
KU women's golf in 18th place after round one at Clemson Invitational | KUsports.com
The Kansas women's golf team opened play at the Clemson Invitational on Sunday morning, playing 18 holes on the par-72, 6,260 yard course at the Reserve at Lake Keowee. The Jayhawks finished in 18th place after round one, firing a 15-over 303.
KU men's golf takes third at Irish Creek Intercollegiate | KUsports.com
Kansas finished the day shooting 274 (-10) to place third overall in the tournament at 9-under (843). KU's 274 was the lowest round by any team in the tournament this weekend. It marks the fourth tournament in a row that Kansas has finished inside the top-three.
Other Sports News
National championship predictions: Will UVa or Texas Tech win first title?
The Virginia Cavaliers and Texas Tech Red Raiders will compete for the national championship on Monday night in Minneapolis. Our panel made predictions for the final game of the 2018-19 college basketball season and addressed other issues surrounding the matchup.
Davis now 0-for-44, closing in on futility mark
Davis was 0-for-4 with two strikeouts in Sunday's 15-3 loss to the New York Yankees. He is 0-for-23 with 13 strikeouts this season and is hitless in 44 at-bats since a second-inning double off James Shields of the Chicago White Sox last Sept. 14.
Sources: Tennessee's Barnes courted by UCLA
Tennessee men's basketball coach Rick Barnes has emerged as a candidate for the vacant UCLA job, sources told ESPN.
Warriors seal West's No. 1 in Oracle season finale
The Golden State Warriors clinched the No. 1 seed throughout the Western Conference playoffs with a 131-104 blowout win over the LA Clippers on Sunday night.
Baylor, Kim Mulkey complete long road back with NCAA championship
The suit was blue, and that wasn't by accident. Baylor coach Kim Mulkey doesn't pick out her clothes for most games -- and definitely not the big ones. Her longtime staff member Jennifer Roberts does, and after all this time, Roberts knows exactly what her boss should wear to dress for success.
Michael Avenatti says Nike bribed Zion Williamson
Michael Avenatti, the celebrity attorney arrested in March for allegedly attempting to extort Nike for $20 million, has tossed Duke freshman Zion Williamson under the bus in a social media firestorm posted on Twitter.
17-foot python captured at Big Cypress National Preserve
The 17-foot-long, cold-blooded colossus was the largest ever to be removed from Big Cypress National Preserve in the Florida Everglades – weighing in at 140 pounds.
South Carolina men charged with killing, burying women
Two South Carolina men have been charged with murder after sheriff's deputies found two bodies buried at a house just outside Spartanburg, authorities said.
Bigfork Eagle - Local News, Kalispell downtown parking changes add space
Two-hour parking designations have been removed in the following areas:
• Fifth Street West, from Second Avenue West to Main Street;
• Third Street East, from Second Avenue East to Third Avenue East;
• Third Street West, from Second Avenue West to First Avenue West;
• First Street West, from Second Avenue West to First Avenue West.