The Kansas women’s swim and dive team competed in its fifth meet of the 2020 season with the second KU Virtual Cup presented by Capitol Federal on Friday, where the Jayhawks continue to improve by setting some impressive times in the pool.
Kansas looks to tackle its biggest tournament of the fall season as the Jayhawks travel to Fayetteville, Arkansas, to compete in the 2020 Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA) Central Regional Championship this weekend, Oct. 23-25.
He was one of Les Miles’ first KU recruits and he’s quickly becoming a defensive leader for the Jayhawks. Sophomore safety Kenny Logan Jr. has made a big leap from his rookie season to now, and as the little brother of a two-time All-American at Florida, Logan has big dreams for his own career trajectory at Kansas.
An annual fan favorite, the 36th annual Late Night in the Phog presented by HyVee, signaling the official start of KU’s men’s and women’s basketball seasons, will debut on Friday, Oct. 23, at 7 p.m. (Central).