During Major League Baseball’s Winter Meetings, Royals general manager Dayton Moore won the award for the ‘Best Executive’.
Beginning next football season, Big 12 teams will be required to play at least one non-conference game against a ‘Power Five’ opponent.
On Tuesday afternoon, Kansas State’s Morgan Burns was named to the First Team All-American list for his performance during the 2015 season.
Every time Missouri flexed a little muscle during Friday night’s NCAA Championship Second Round match, Kansas pushed right back, eventually …
The Kansas Expocentre is holding their annual fight Saturday, so many fighters are training for their bouts. But how gruesome is their train…
The Kansas volleyball team won its opening round match in the NCAA tournament on Thursday night in Lawrence.
On Saturday afternoon the Emporia State football team will try to win its third straight playoff game against the No. 1 team in the country.
Both them Emporia State men’s and women’s basketball teams won their conference-openers on Thursday night at Nebraska-Kearney.
Congratulations to Topeka High senior Rachel Stous on signing her national letter of intent to play golf at Wichita State next season.
Sara Boyden from Perry-Lecompton High School is our Kaw Valley Bank Scholar Athlete of the Week, sponsored by Gage Dental Group.
The Washburn volleyball team was swept in the opening-round of the Division II tournament on Thursday afternoon.
The Topeka RoadRunners had no problems against the Amarillo Bulls on Wednesday night inside Landon Arena.
The Washburn women’s basketball team lost to No. 5 FHSU, but the men’s team salvaged a split with a win over the Tigers.
After trailing by nine points at the end of the first quarter, Kansas women’s basketball outscored Creighton by 24 points over the next two …
On Wednesday night, the Kansas City Royals announced several most transactions and roster moves as they continue through the off-season .
Brent Wilson, the senior Emporia State quarterback, is a finalist for the Harlon Hill trophy award.
On Wednesday afternoon, the Royals make a trade with their in-state rivals, the St. Louis Cardinals for a backup catcher.
Cheick Diallo had 13 points in his Kansas basketball debut on Tuesday night against Loyola-Maryland.