Kansas Jayhawks: Updates From Around Campus


If you are only following the Kansas Jayhawks’ men’s basketball team, you are missing out on some great action.

Here is an update from the last week on your Jayhawk non-revenue teams currently in action.

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This team just keep on winning.

Not only have the Jayhawks gone 21-2 this year, but they have done so without playing a home game.

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That will change this weekend when they host the Jayhawk Invitational Friday through Sunday. Kansas will play Northern Colorado, Idaho St., and Nebraska-Omaha.

The No. 25 Jayhawks’ only two losses have been to No. 1-ranked Florida, and 13-6 UT-Chattanooga, a team they also have beaten twice this year.

It’s hard to single-out the stars on this team, but there is no doubt ace Alicia Pille has been the team’s MVP. The senior is 12-0 on the mound, with a 1.62 ERA.

Infielder Chaley Brickey has been their most dominant offensive player while batting .378 She is tied for the team lead with five home runs, and has a team-high 30 RBI.

Women’s Basketball

Unfortunately the women’s basketball team ended its season Friday with a loss to Kansas State in the Big 12 Tournament. The Jayhawks finished 15-17.

Senior Chelsea Gardner ended her illustrious Jayhawk career after averaging 16.8 points and 8.6 rebounds per game this season.


It’s been a tough start to the season for a young baseball squad, but the Jayhawks have been playing better as of late.

They went 4-4 after getting swept at No. 2 LSU to start the season, but a rough week has given Kansas a 6-10 record.

After taking the home-opener against Utah Friday, the Jayhawks dropped the next two games against the Utes.

Their next seven games will be at home against Central Michigan, Michigan, and Iowa, before a March 24 road game against Missouri State.

Infielder Colby Wright has been scorching at the plate, hitting .404 and recording a .537 OBP.

Senior Blair Beck has five of the team’s 10 home runs, and despite not hitting one out of the park this season, outfielder Dakota Smith is the team-leader in RBI with 14.

Women’s Golf

The women’s golf team has not played since February, and will take the course again March 16-17 for the Arizona Wildcat Invitational in Tuscon, Arizona.

Swimming and Diving

The Jayhawks took third place in the Big 12 Championships, and set some records in the process.

The NCAA Swimming and Diving Championships run March 19-21, and Chelsie Miller will be representing the Jayhawks in Greensboro, North Carolina.

The junior will swim in the 400 Intermediate SCY (short course yards), as well as the 1650 Freestyle SCY.

Women’s Tennis

The Jayhawks still have a big chunk of their season left, and since our last update have only played once match.

They took down Iowa, 4-1, March 2 in Lawrence.

The team is undefeated at home in two matches, and will take on Texas Tech and TCU this weekend in Lawrence.

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