Former Kansas Soccer student-athlete Regan Gibbs died on Monday at the age of 25. Gibbs was a goalkeeper for the Jayhawks soccer program from 2015-18. A native of Naches, Wash., Gibbs was a member of two NCAA Tournament teams during her career at KU.
Celebrated annually on April 6, we honor the student-athletes that wear “Kansas” on their uniform and who have have achieved excellence in academics and athletics, while having made significant contributions to their schools and communities.
The Kansas Jayhawks women’s soccer program has added an exhibition game against the Nebraska Cornhuskers on Saturday, April 16 at 12 p.m. CT at Rock Chalk Park. The contest will be one of the five exhibitions the Jayhawks will play this spring.
The Kansas Soccer program is set for a four-game exhibition schedule this spring, head coach Mark Francis announced on Thursday. This will be the first full spring exhibition season since 2019 due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Nikki Wahle Barrett arrived at the University of Kansas in 1999 to play her dream sport at her dream school. In four seasons, she put together about as good of a resume as there is. She helped guide the Jayhawks to the program’s first NCAA Tournament appearance in 2001.
In honor of Black History Month, Kansas Athletics is recognizing the notable achievements and accomplishments of our African-American Jayhawks through the continuance of the Marian E. Washington Trailblazer Series.