RCW: Faces in the Crowd 3.11

Each week in Rock Chalk Weekly, the top Kansas Jayhawk performances are recognized as Faces in the Crowd. Get to know last week’s stars, including information on their latest accomplishments and a link to their full bio.

Football | Sophomore | Houston, Texas
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Kansas didn’t get the result it was looking for on the gridiron against Oklahoma, but Armstrong kept delivering hope for the future as defensive end dragged down OU quarterback Baker Mayfield early in the second half to extend his streak to six-straight games recording at least one sack. Armstrong is tied for the Big 12 lead with 8.0 sacks and leads the conference with 12. tackles for loss.

Swimming & Diving | Sophomore | Apex, North Carolina
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Bishop contributed four wins and 40 total points as Kansas swimming and diving moved to 3-0 in 2016-17 with a 190-108 win over TCU at Robinson Natatorium last week. Individually, Bishop claimed the top spot in the 100- and 200-yard butterfly races – both performances which rank in the top-150 in the country at this point of the season – and helped the Jayhawks win the 200-yard medley relay and the 400-yard freestyle relay.
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Volleyball | Junior | Columbia, Missouri
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Cheadle helped move Kansas into a tie for first place in the Big 12 standings with wins over Texas Tech and No. 2 Texas last week, extending KU’s winning streak to eight matches and becoming the first team in the Big 12 to reach 20 wins this season (20-2). Cheadle was a force on KU’s front-line defense with a total of 11 total blocks last week, which was the second-most total blocks in the Big 12 during week 10.

Cross Country | Sophomore | Eldoret, Kenya
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Lokedi, a 2016 All-American, made headlines after she ran to victory with her 6K time of 20:18.5. Lokedi’s win marked the first individual league title in the history of the women’s program. She led the Kansas women to a sixth-place team finish. Lokedi has placed in the top-10 in seven of her eight collegiate outings and crossed the finish line 14 seconds ahead of the closest finisher.