The University of Kansas Health System, LMH Health and Kansas Athletics jointly announced today that Dr. Jarrod Harrall has been named Head Primary Care Team Physician. Dr. Harrall comes to Kansas after serving as the team physician for the United States Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs, Colo. and Colorado College.
Kansas Athletics hosted the 2020-21 Jayhawk Celebration on Sunday Night, which highlighted the Jayhawks academic and athletic accomplishments throughout the 2020-21 seasons. Kansas track and field’s Gleb Dudarev and Alexandra Emilianov were awarded the 2020-21 Male and Female Athletes of the Year, respectively, highlighting the many outstanding student-a
Nominees for the 2021 Rock Chalk Choice Awards were announced by the Rock Chalk Choice Awards committee today, featuring nominations for the Male and Female Athlete of the Year, True Blue Award and Best Jayhawk in a Supporting Role, among others, to be presented at the Rock Chalk Choice Awards on Sunday, September 12 at 6 p.m.
Kansas Director of Athletics Travis Goff announced today the hiring of former KU basketball All-American Wayne Simien as associate athletics director for engagement and outreach. Additionally, Collin Sexton has been hired as the assistant athletics director for strategic initiatives/chief of staff.
Continuously on the cutting edge in college athletics, Kansas Athletics has officially launched Jayhawks Ascend -- a program designed to assist student-athletes in their journey of pursuing a degree from the University of Kansas.
With the Olympic Games officially commencing with the opening ceremony in Tokyo Friday morning, KUathletics.com and the Kansas Jayhawks Mobile App will provide exclusive coverage of Jayhawks at the Games.
Kansas Athletics student-athletes continued to standout in the classroom, collecting a 3.40 department grade-point average for the 2021 spring semester. Each of the 14 teams recorded a 3.00 GPA or better, with five teams establishing new program records.
Larry Keating, longtime Kansas administrator whose career in intercollegiate athletics spanned more than five decades, died early Tuesday morning at his home in Southport, N.C. Keating was 76 years old.