Freshman Amelie Lessing came to KU from Boulder, Colorado, and competed for the Jayhawks in primarily the butterfly, individual medley and freestyle events. She claimed 12 top-five individual finishes over the course of her first collegiate season.
Freshman Autumn Looney joined the Jayhawks from St. Louis, Missouri, and swam primarily butterfly and freestyle for KU in her first collegiate season. She was a member of the 200-yard freestyle relay team that set the new KU school record in the event at the Big 12 Championships with a final time of 1:31.03.
Freshman Mackenzie Bravence came to KU from Overland Park, Kansas, and helped the Jayhawks in both freestyle and backstroke events. She placed inside the top-20 in both the 100 and 200-yard backstroke events at the 2020 Big 12 Championship.
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.
Kansas swimming and diving was selected to the College Swimming Coaches Association of America (CSCAA) Scholar All-America Team for the spring 2020 semester the CSCAA announced on Tuesday. This marks the 36th-consecutive semester that the Jayhawks have been recognized by the organization.
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 series of "Dryland Training" photos.