A double-double from senior center Udoka Azubuike as well as a pair of 22-point efforts from KU sophomores Devon Dotson and Ochai Agbaji powered the No. 2/3 Kansas Jayhawks to a 95-68 victory over the Milwaukee Panthers Tuesday night inside Allen Fieldhouse.
As the Kansas basketball team continues to search for an offensive identity in the early stages of the 2019-20 campaign, a pair of Jayhawks’ recent performances have them among the top of the list as their team’s go-to guys.
Former Kansas tennis coach, Kilmeny Waterman Connor, was inducted into the 2019 United States Tennis Association Missouri Valley Hall of Fame Class Saturday. The Hall of Fame recognizes individuals who have served the game of tennis through their play, dedication to volunteerism and their passion for improving the game.
No. 2/3 Kansas (7-1) will take the court at Allen Fieldhouse for the final time in 2019 when the Milwaukee Panthers (5-4) come to Lawrence on Tuesday, Dec. 10. The Jayhawks and Panthers are slated to tip off from Allen Fieldhouse at 7 p.m. (CT) on Big 12 Now on ESPN+.
The Kansas Jayhawks started slow but were able to power through in an exciting 76-66 victory against the Florida Gators Sunday afternoon in Allen Fieldhouse. KU had five players score in double-digits for the second time this season.