Multiple Kansas teams added to their respective rosters as part of National Signing Day. Here's a look at the new signees for Kansas women's basketball, baseball, tennis, rowing, swim and dive, and men's and women's golf.
Kansas women's golf finished in sixth place at the Cowgirl Classic Friday. This was the Jayhawks' third and final event of the fall season.
Kansas men’s golf finished seventh at the Maridoe Collegiate Invitational in Carrollton, Texas, Tuesday. Freshman Luke Kluver (+2) led the Jayhawks with a fourth place individual finish.
Kansas women's golf finished in eighth place at the Betsy Rawls Invitational this past weekend. Junior Sera Tadokoro led the Jayhawks with a 2-over finish.
Kansas men's golf finished in a tie for fourth place at the Colonial Collegiate Invitational Tuesday. Juniors Harry Hillier and Ben Sigel led the way, with both finishing in the top six.
After high winds that suspended the tournament, KU women's golf placed sixth in the Schooner Fall Classic. This was the first tournament for the Jayhawk's season.
After a previous shortened season due to the coronavirus, Kansas men's golf released their 2020-21 season schedule Monday. The Jayhawks will start the season with the Colonial College Invitational Sept. 28-29.
Former Kansas golfer Gary Woodland missed the cut at the 2020 U.S. Open this past weekend. Woodland pointed to a torn labrum in his left hip that has hurt his play in recent weeks.
Kansas senior men's golfer Harry Hillier won the High Plains Amateur this past Sunday at Buffalo Dunes Golf Course in Garden City, Kansas, finishing with a two-day total of 7-under (137).
Former Kansas golfer Gary Woodland finished tied for 62nd at the RBC Heritage this past weekend. The PGA Tour is one of the first professional sports leagues in the United States to resume play amid the coronavirus pandemic.
This season has been cut tremendously short for Kansas men's golf, but future seasons are looking promising for the Jayhawks as sports columnist Ronnie Lozano recaps the team's recent accomplishments.
Kansas men's golf took fourth place as the Bandon Dunes Championship wrapped up yesterday. Up next the Jayhawks travel to South Carolina to compete in the Hootie at Bulls Bay Intercollegiate from March 22 to 24.
Although the Dorado Beach Collegiate was cut short due to weather, Kansas men's golf came in second with shining performances from juniors Ben Sigel, Harry Hillier and Drew Shepherd.