Super-senior Mitch Lightfoot dreamed to get a call from Jayhawk Coach Bill Self when he was growing up. He spent most of his life in Arizona, but his family’s KU roots have always played a big part in who he is.
The 37th annual Late Night in the Phog presented by HyVee will take place on Friday, Oct. 1, at 6:30 p.m. inside historic Allen Fieldhouse. The event springboards the start of the men’s and women’s basketball season and gives the fans a first look at the 2021-22 Jayhawks. The event is free to the public.
For the 15th time in the last 16 seasons, Kansas men’s basketball will be featured four times on ESPN Big Monday, according to the 2021-22 Big 12 Conference schedule released by the league on Wednesday.
Former Kansas great Paul Pierce was enshrined into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame’s 2021 class Saturday evening at the Hall in Springfield, Massachusetts. Pierce was one of 16 individuals to be inducted into this year’s class.
There are not too many people who can claim to have played for a Hall of Fame coach and then have the opportunity to work with that same Hall of Fame coach. Jeremy Case, the Jayhawks’ new assistant coach and member of the 2008 national championship team, has that interesting perspective and is ready for the challenge after spending five years waiting pat
When I made the decision to return to the University of Kansas in 2016, I took a bit of a leap of faith. I knew that while it may feel like taking a step back now, it is going to help me take two steps forward in the near future.
Former KU guard Jeremy Case has been named assistant coach for Kansas men’s basketball, Jayhawks’ head coach Bill Self announced Monday. Case had been serving as interim assistant coach since April 2021 and has been on KU staff since 2016.
Kansas forward Jalen Wilson is a veteran in the Jayhawk locker room as he enters his third season with the program. Personally, he’s also a veteran of the game of basketball. Both his father and mother played collegiately, and he’s thankful they have been able to guide him through his playing journey.
It was a who’s who of former Kansas Jayhawk student-athletes who brought in yet another highly energized crowd to Free State High School gymnasium for the 13th annual Rock Chalk Roundball Classic Thursday night.