The Kansas men's and women's basketball teams hosted a virtual Late Night in the Phog Friday. The 90-minute event included skits, updates on the teams' roles in recent social justice movements and scrimmages from both teams.
Kansas women's basketball sophomore guards Zakiyah Franklin and Holly Kersgieter were named Preseason All-Big 12 Honorable Mentions. Franklin led the team in minutes last season, while Kersgieter was a key player off the bench.
The 36th annual Late Night in the Phog will take place virtually on Friday, Oct. 23 at 7 p.m. Fans can stream this year’s event on ESPN+, Facebook Live, Kansas Athletics’ website and local cable channels in Kansas, including the Kansas City area.
The Kansas women's basketball team led a three-mile march Friday in response to the shooting of Jacob Blake in Kenosha, Wisconsin, and in support of the Black Lives Matter movement.
Sports columnist Jack McGarr highlights three Kansas players to keep an eye on next season and argues that with the assistance from an extended offseason, fans can expect these Jayhawks to take big jumps next season.
The cancellations of the Big 12 tournament and the NCAA tournament force a quick end to the Kansas women's basketball team's winning season.
The NCAA issued a statement Wednesday, March 11, announcing that this year's March Madness tournaments will continue. However, due to national spread of the coronavirus, fans will not be permitted to attend the games.
Falling to Kansas State 83-63 in the Sunflower Showdown, Kansas women's basketball finished the regular season with a 15-14 record and a 4-14 record in conference play.
Kansas women's basketball fell to Iowa State 61-42 in the last home game of the season Tuesday, March 3. The Jayhawks celebrated forward Mariane De Carvalho and guard Niccolly Ramalho for senior night.
Kansas women's basketball fell to Iowa State 61-42 in Allen Fieldhouse Tuesday night. Up next the Jayhawks travel to Manhattan to take on Kansas State Sunday, March 8.
Sports columnist Emerson Peavey reflects on the closing of this year's Marian E. Washington Trailblazer series, and hypothesizes some of next year's potential candidates.
Sports columnist Jack McGarr praises Kansas women's basketball's new starting lineup as junior forward Tina Stephens and redshirt sophomore forward Emma Merriweather have made a huge impact in the team's last four games.
Kansas women's basketball defeated Oklahoma State 77-69 Saturday night. Up next the Jayhawks take on the Iowa State Cyclones for their final home game of the season. Tipoff is set for 7 p.m. Tuesday, March 3.
Kansas women's basketball showed out with an impressive victory over Oklahoma on Wednesday, defeating the Sooners 83-80 on the road.