Kansas Women’s Basketball had a record-setting season in 2021-22 under the leadership of Big 12 Coach of the Year Brandon Schneider. The Jayhawks finished with an overall record of 21-10 and placed fifth in the Big 12 with an 11-7 conference record. Kansas experienced its 22nd 20-win season in program history and first since 2012-13.
Guard Wyvette Mayberry has signed a financial aid agreement to play basketball at Kansas, KU head coach Brandon Schneider announced Tuesday. A transfer from the University of Tulsa, Mayberry will be a junior at Kansas in 2022-23.
There’s a lot of pressure when it comes to being a division one athlete. Preforming at a high-level day in and day out. Keeping up with your classes. Hearing the cheers…and occasional boo…from the fans. Taiyanna Jackson has endured all that and more as she was sought after to help change the culture on the KU women’s basketball team.
Kansas has advanced to the second round of the NCAA Division I Women’s Basketball Tournament, where the No. 8-seeded Jayhawks will face defending National Champion Stanford, the No. 1-seed in the Spokane Regional and the No. 2-ranked team in the country.
Kansas makes its return to the NCAA Division I Women’s Basketball Tournament as the No. 8-seed in the Spokane Regional. The Jayhawks will match up with No. 9-seed Georgia Tech in the first round on Friday, March 18, at Maples Pavilion in Stanford, California.