RCW: Bird's Eye View 4.7

Each week the Bird’s Eye View captures some of the best moments for Kansas Athletics. From the playing field, practice gym or behind the scenes, don’t miss this exclusive perspective into the Kansas Jayhawks.
 Setting Serve

SETTING SERVE – The setting sun streamed through the last remnants of clouds at the Jayhawk Tennis Center as volunteer assistant coach Kenna Kilgo served during the KU tennis practice on Friday, October 6.
 Photo by Jeff Jacobsen 


ARCHING – KU baseball players stretched their backs ahead of the team’s first practice of the fall inside Hoglund Ballpark on Friday, October 6.
 Photo by Jeff Jacobsen 

Bunting 101

BUNTING 101 – KU baseball coach Ritch Price used senior catcher Tanner Gragg as an example of proper bunting form during a training session for the Jayhawk freshmen that Price called “Bunting 101.” The baseball team opened its fall practices inside Hoglund Ballpark on Friday, October 6.
 Photo by Jeff Jacobsen 

Capping 50 Years

CAPPING 50 YEARS – During the season-opening swimming & diving meet, KU freshman Ellie Flanagan and her teammates wore swim caps that celebrated 50 years of Kansas women’s athletics during the two-day dual against Liberty inside Robinson Natatorium on Friday and Saturday, October 6-7.
 Photo by Laura Jacobsen

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Tunnel of Love

TUNNEL OF LOVE – Brie Balsbough ran through a tunnel formed by KU swimmers & divers during Saturday’s Senior Day ceremony as eight Jayhawks began their final season with a two-day dual against Liberty on Friday and Saturday, October 6-7.
 Photo by Laura Jacobsen 

Comic Relief

Comic Relief – KU women’s basketball players enjoyed posing for a funny team photograph during media day activities inside Allen Fieldhouse on Wednesday, October 4.
 Photo by Jeff Jacobsen 

Lighting Up the Night

LIGHTING UP THE NIGHT – KU soccer players enjoyed the fireworks that lit up the night at Rock Chalk Park following the National Anthem before the Jayhawks took on Kansas State in the first match between the in-state rivals on Friday, October 6.
 Photo by Mike Gunnoe 

The Marching Jayhawks

THE MARCHING JAYHAWKS – One hour before the kickoff of the KU football game against Texas Tech, the Marching Jayhawks band made their way down The Hill from the Campanile to Memorial Stadium on Saturday, October 7.
 Photo by Jeff Jacobsen 


KANsas – Cheerleaders windmilled flags that spelled out “Kansas” as they waited to lead the KU football team into Memorial Stadium for the homecoming game against Texas Tech on Saturday, October 7.
 Photo by Jeff Jacobsen