Kansas Athletics student-athletes continued to standout in the classroom, collecting a 3.40 department grade-point average for the 2021 spring semester. Each of the 14 teams recorded a 3.00 GPA or better, with five teams establishing new program records.
In a tale of two halves, Kansas came up short 1-0 to Missouri at Audrey J. Walton Stadium on Saturday night. Missouri scored on a Kansas own goal in the 65th minute when a MU free kick hit off a KU defender’s head and into the KU goal.
Kansas soccer (6-3-3) travels to Columbia, Missouri for a Saturday night match on April 17 at 7 p.m. (CT) against Missouri (5-5-3). Saturday’s match will be broadcast on SEC+ Network with Ben Arnet and Simon Rose on the call.
Kansas soccer (6-3-3) hosts Missouri (5-5-3) on Saturday, April 10 at 1:00 p.m. (CT) at Rock Chalk Park. Saturday’s match will be the final match at Rock Chalk Park this season and will play host to Bark at the Park. Fans are encouraged to bring their dogs out to the park to enjoy an afternoon at the pitch.
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.
Kansas head soccer coach Mark Francis announced the addition of another student-athlete to the 2021 signing class on Thursday. Olivia Winter (Jacksonville, Florida) will bring the class to five after Raena Childers, Emma Beltz, Magali “Maggie” Gagné and Hayven Harrison signed last fall.
Kansas women’s soccer standout Ceri Holland was recently named the FA Women’s Championship Player of the Month for February. Holland signed to play professionally for Liverpool FC Women in her home country of England at the end of January.