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Former Kansas Softball and Volleyball Coach Bob Stanclift Dies

Former Jayhawks head coach Bob Stanclift at a recent KU softball reunion.

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πŸŽ₯ A Conversation For Change

Director of Athletics Jeff Long invited three KU student-athletes, Paige Shaw (Volleyball), Sam Barnett (Soccer) and Kam McQueen (Football) to share their thoughts, opinions and experiences on important matters surrounding social injustice.

πŸ“± Jayhawks Expand Digital Presence With New Mobile App

Kansas Athletics announced today that it has launched a new mobile app featuring significant upgrades to enhance fan experience both on gameday and throughout the year.

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πŸ“Έ Black Lives Matter March

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πŸ₯Ž Keeping Up With The Freshmen: Jordan Richards

Freshman Jordan Richards appeared in two games for the Jayhawks including one start behind the plate. She recorded a career-best three walks in her first-career start.

πŸ₯Ž Keeping Up With The Freshmen: Madison Hirsch

Freshman Madison Hirsch appeared in 17 games with 11 starts for the Jayhawks. Her .421 batting average (16-for-38) was a team best for the 2019-20 season.

πŸŽ™ The Jayhawker Podcast | Jennifer McFalls

It’s hard to top winning an Olympic gold medal. For Kansas softball coach Jennifer McFalls, that dream came true in 2000. But once you win a gold medal, what do you do for an encore?

πŸ₯Ž Keeping Up With The Freshmen: Haleigh Harper

Freshman Haleigh Harper appeared in 16 games for the Jayhawks and finished with seven runs scored and one stolen base.Β 

πŸ₯Ž Keeping Up With The Freshmen: Peyton Renzi

Freshman Peyton Renzi appeared in 18 games and led the team with two stolen bases in her first season with the Jayhawks.

πŸ₯Ž Keeping Up With The Freshmen: Tatum Goff

Freshman Tatum Goff appeared in 15 games for the Jayhawks including 11 starts inside the circle. She finished with a team-high five wins and 43 strikeouts in her first season at Kansas.

73 Kansas Student-Athletes Named To Academic All-Big 12 Rookie Team

The Big 12 Conference announced the 2019-20 Academic All-Big 12 Rookie Team on Wednesday, with a total of 856 student-athletes earning the distinction. Kansas had 73 student-athletes on the list, and 13 of the Jayhawks’ recipients earned perfect 4.0 grade point averages in the past year.

πŸ₯Ž Dealing with the Uncontrollable: Sydnee Ramsey

Redshirt sophomore Sydnee Ramsey started all 26 games at shortstop for KU. She finished the season second on the team with five home runs and 21 RBI. Her .329 batting average was fourth overall on the Jayhawks roster.