Six members of the Kansas track & field teams were recognized as All-Americans for their performances during the 2019-20 indoor season, the U.S. Track and Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA) announced on Tuesday, which included Zach Bradford, Gleb Dudarev, Honour Finley, Mariah Kuykendoll, Zantori Dickerson and Jedah Caldwell.
Kansas Athletics staff photographer Jeff Jacobsen shares his memories of what he saw Through the Lens from his 23-year career with the Jayhawks. This one features a photo of Nicolai Ceban from his career from 2015-18.
Dr. Travis Batts is a board-certified cardiac specialist with a focus on disease prevention, nutrition, fitness optimization and cardiovascular screening in San Antonio, Texas. He earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Biochemistry from the University of Kansas in 2000 and his medical doctorate (MD) from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Kansas Athletics staff photographer Jeff Jacobsen shares his memories of what he saw Through the Lens from his 23-year career with the Jayhawks. This one features a photo titled "Pictograph," a photo taken in 2012 at the NCAA Outdoor Track & Field Championships in Des Moines, Iowa.
Alexandre “Alex” Lavigne ran cross country and track & field for the Kansas Jayhawks from 2013-15. During this time, he studied biomechanical engineering with a pre-med concentration. While already interested in the healthcare system, he wasn’t sure if he wanted to become an engineer or a doctor.
Kansas track & field landed 46 student-athletes on the 2020 Academic All-Big 12 Track & Field teams, the Big 12 Conference office announced on Wednesday, highlighted by 38 first-team members and three individuals nominated with a perfect 4.0 grade point average.
Kansas Athletics staff photographer Jeff Jacobsen shares his memories of what he saw Through the Lens from his 23-year career with the Jayhawks. This one features various shots of track & field standout Sharon Lokedi.
Robbie Harriford competed for the Kansas track and field team from 1999-2003. Harriford competed in the sprints for the Jayhawks, where she set several Kansas top-10 performances, and she still is the No. 9 performer in the 200 meters and the No. 10 performer in the 60 meters indoors.
Choosing to attend the University of Kansas resulted in many humbling and life-changing experiences for me. Not only did I embark on my journey to a higher education here, but I also chose KU to build upon my experience as a student athlete through track and field. For me, track and field was a relatively newer sport compared to how I played basketball f