Five recruits signed National Letters of Intent to play for Kansas softball Wednesday. The Jayhawks added pitcher Katie Brooks, catcher Natalie Marshall, utility player Olivia Bruno, and infielders Sara Roszak and Micaela Wark.
The seven Kansas softball seniors have been given the option of another year of eligibility. It is still unknown if any of them will accept.
Sports columnist Jack McGarr looks at Kansas softball's standout moments after the cancellation of the Jayhawks' spring season.
Kansas softball hosted three games over the weekend, finishing off the complete sweep on Sunday with a 10-7 win over the Wichita State Shockers.
Kansas softball had a rough tournament in Clearwater, Florida, over the weekend as they played five consecutive top-25 teams. The Jayhawks came out 1-4, losing against Missouri, Georgia, South Carolina and Northwestern.
Kansas softball had an underwhelming start to the season, coming out of the Kajikawa Classic with a 1-4 record. Coming up, Kansas will be playing in the Michelle Smith-Clearwater Invitational with its first game against Missouri this Thursday at 12:00 p.m.
Kansas softball ended its fall season with a 7-1 record. The team plans to feed on that success as the spring season approaches with the help of sophomore pitcher Lexy Mills. Mills has been a significant factor in the Jayhawks' victories with her strikeout record and 1.000 fielding percentage.
Kansas softball starts an eight-game exhibition schedule on Sunday in a matchup against Seminole State College. Kansas has a new assistant coach, Meghan Lamberth, and several new players.
Sports columnist Jordan Vaughn explains why senior pitcher Brynn Minor is the key for Kansas to upset ranked teams this weekend in the Big 12 Tournament.