• Baylor says NCAA investigation is 'ongoing, pending'

    Baylor University officials say the school is being investigated by the NCAA in the wake of a sexual assault scandal that led to the firing of football coach Art Briles and the departure of the school president.

  • KU's Mason III goes No. 34 overall to Sacramento

    National Player of the Year Frank Mason III goes No. 34 overall to the Sacramento Kings in the 2017 NBA Draft. He finished his KU career ranked sixth on the all-time scoring list in scoring and assists, eighth in three-point field goals and 13th in steals while leading the Jayhawks to three straight Big 12 regular season titles as their point guard. Today Mason was also nominated as one of five finalists for the "Best Male College Athlete" award at the 2017 ESPYs.  
  • K-State's Iwundu goes No. 33 overall to Orlando

    K-State's Wesley Iwundu goes to the Orlando Magic with the No. 33 overall pick in the NBA Draft, becoming the first Wildcat drafted since 2008. Iwundu is one of six Wildcats in the Big 12 era to earn All-Big 12 first, second or third team honors twice in a career. He's also 14th on K-State's all time scoring list. His senior season, Iwundu averaged 13.0 points on 48.1 percent shooting, including 27.6 percent from 3-point range, with 6.3 rebounds and 3.5 assists.
  • KU's Josh Jackson goes No. 4 to Phoenix in NBA Draft

    The Phoenix Suns selected small forward Josh Jackson of Kansas with the fourth overall pick of the NBA draft Thursday. Jackson brings athleticism, energy and a strong defensive ability to a Suns team already loaded with youthful talent as the franchise continues the long climb to relevance. 

  • Shockers land 2018 WA commit

    One day after landing Tennessee standout Rodgerick Brown, Wichita State basketball has earned another 3-star commitment from Lacey, Washington high school senior Erik Stevenson.

  • Armstrong tabbed Preseason All-America by Athlon Sports

    Kansas junior defensive end Dorance Armstrong Jr., was tabbed to the Athlon Sports 2017 Preseason All-America Team, earning a spot on the third team, the magazine announced Tuesday.

  • Several Kansas players taken in Rounds 11-40 of the MLB Draft

    Wednesday was the final day of the MLB Draft and several players with Kansas ties went off the board. The list goes as follows: Notable KS Players Drafted Rds 11-40 Round Pick Name Position School Team 12 356 Matt McLaughlin SS Kansas Rockies 12 375 Ben Hecht RHP Wichita St Cubs 15 437 Nathaniel Scantlin CF Rose Hill HS Reds 16 493 Jake Scudder 1B K-State Nationals...
  • NCAA extends coaches' boxes as part of rules change package

    The NCAA's playing rules oversight panel will give college basketball coaches more room to roam next season after approving an extension of the coaches' boxes from 28 to 38 feet. 

  • WSU's Borman, Yetter Earn All-American Honors

    Seniors Breanne Borman and Gavyn Yetter earned second-team All-America honors with 11th- and 12th-place finishes in the Heptathlon at the NCAA Division I Men's and Women's Outdoor Track and Field Championships at Hayward Field.

  • WSU's Veith earns All-American honors

    Wichita State junior Hunter Veith was able to claim sixth place in the Decathlon at the NCAA Division I Men's and Women's Outdoor Track and Field Championships in Eugene Oregon. His 7,866 points are a school record. This also earns him first-team All-American honors. The Cheney native had a personal best 7,610 points at the Sam Adams Multis in Santa Barbara, Calif. earlier this year.   
  • Snyder wishes Stoops well in retirement

    Oklahoma's Bob Stoops announcing his retirement on Wednesday came to the shock of many. At just 56 years old, 21 years younger than K-State's Bill Snyder, Stoops is walking away from the game. Today, Snyder, one of Stoops' mentors, released a statement congratulating one of his proteges.  "This has special meaning for us at Kansas State. Bobby’s time here was instrumental to building the foundation of our football program, from which our growth and continued success ...
  • Stoops' retirement comes as surprise for Blake Bell

    Bob Stoops' retirement came to the shock of many on Wednesday afternoon, including his former players. Former Sooner quarterback and tight end Blake Bell says he was just as surprised as anyone else when he found out while with his current NFL team, the San Francisco 49ers. The Bishop Carroll product spent 2011-14 at Oklahoma racking up 1,763 passing yards and 12 touchdowns through the air as quarterback, while also rushing for 631 yards and 24 touchdowns. As a tight end in his seni...

  • Stoops retiring as Oklahoma head coach

    The winningest football coach in the University of Oklahoma's history is retiring, according to multiple reports. Bob Stoops spent 18 seasons in charge of the Sooners winning ten Big 12 titles and the 2000 National Championship. His all-time record was 190-48. Stoops formerly severed as Bill Snyder's defensive coordinator in 1991 and was assistant head coach and co-defensive coordinator for the Wildcats in 1995. Lincoln Riley, Oklahoma's offensive coordinator, will replace Stoops a...

  • Four Shockers compete at Track and Field Championship

    Four Shockers will compete this week in the NCAA National Men's and Women's Outdoor Track and Field Championships in Eugene, Oregon.

  • Oklahoma defends softball title with 5-4 win over Florida

    Shay Knighten hit a three-run double in the second inning and Oklahoma defended its NCAA softball title with a 5-4 win over Florida on Tuesday night.