Kansas will look to keep its win streak alive as it faces off against the Saint Mary’s Gaels Sunday at 2 p.m. in Allen Fieldhouse.
After an exhibition loss to Pittsburgh State in October, the KU Women's Basketball team has been nothing but victorious since starting the regular season.
Sports columnist Logan Fricks writes that while Kansas women's basketball is undefeated now, if the team doesn't clean up its turnovers, it could have a losing record by the end of the season.
Sunday afternoon in Allen Fieldhouse brought the Kansas women's basketball team a 76-66 victory against the Florida Gators. The Jayhawks utilized two second-half scoring runs to achieve this victory, and they extended their early season win streak to eight games.
Sports columnist Logan Fricks outlines how the performance of junior forward Tina Stephens could propel Kansas women's basketball to a win over Florida Sunday.
Kansas women's basketball will face Florida Sunday. This will be the Jayhawks' first real test on the young season against a Power Five conference team.
Kansas women’s basketball sits at a perfect 7-0 on the season. And when a team goes seven games averaging 78.4 points per game, it needs contributions from multiple players.
On Saturday, the Jayhawks took on Florida Atlantic University in Boca Raton, Florida in the FAU Thanksgiving Tournament. Kansas women's basketball won both its games, finishing as tournament champion.
Kansas women’s basketball, led by freshman guard Zakiyah Franklin, came back to defeat Wright State 74-63 in the first match of the FAU Thanksgiving Tournament Friday. Franklin scored a career-high 19 points in the victory.
Mariane De Carvalho focused on starting the game strong and led Kansas women's basketball to victory over Texas State Sunday.
Thanks to both a strong offense and a strong defense, Kansas women's basketball maintained its winning streak Sunday after defeating Texas State in Allen Fieldhouse.
Sports columnist Ronnie Lozano writes that Kansas’ tendency to share the ball should fare well for the team down the road as its freshman ball handlers continue to adjust.
Sports columnist Logan Fricks argues that Kansas women's basketball has a long road to the NCAA tournament, but the young recruits and veteran upperclassmen have the potential to come together and make a run for it.