Behind second-quarter touchdowns from junior quarterback Jalon Daniels and redshirt-sophomore Daniel Hinshaw Jr., Kansas defeated Iowa State 14-11 at David Booth Kansas Memorial Stadium Saturday afternoon. A sellout homecoming crowd of 47,233, saw Kansas improve to 5-0 for the first time since the 2009 season.
The Kansas women’s swimming and diving team hosted a successful Sunflower Showdown in the Capitol Federal Natatorium in Topeka, Kan., where the Jayhawks claimed the first-place position in all the events they raced in.
Junior Chandler Gibbens finished in second place with a personal-best time of 23:39.1 in the 8K to lead Kansas men’s cross country to fifth-place finish at the Gans Creek Classic in Columbia, Missouri, on Friday, Sept. 30.
In an effort to provide a memorable and positive game day experience, Kansas Athletics has announced additional amenities that will be available at David Booth Kansas Memorial Stadium as the 4-0 Kansas Jayhawks take on the Iowa State Cyclones on Saturday.
The Kansas women’s swim and dive team is set to compete in its first meet of the 2022-23 season as they compete in the Sunflower Showdown on Friday, September 30 at 2:00 p.m. inside Capitol Federal Natatorium in Topeka, Kansas.