Washington Nationals first baseman Bryce Harper has been voted on as the MVP of the National League.
Sporting Kansas City has signed a partnership with Children’s Mercy Hospital which will result in a name change for the stadium.
The Kansas City Royals will receive their World Series Champions rings on Sunday, April 3rd before their primetime season-opener against the…
The Washburn women’s basketball team won its home-opener against the Newman Jets on Wednesday night.
On Wednesday, two Seaman Lady Vikings signed their National Letter’s of Intent in front of friends and family.
On Wednesday afternoon, the MLS announced Sporting Kansas City goalkeeper Tim Melia was the winner of the ‘Comeback Player of the Year’ awar…
On Wednesday evening, the MLB announced Dallas Keuchel of the Houston Astros is the American League Cy Young winner.
On Wednesday evening, the MLB announced Jake Arrieta of the Chicago Cubs is the National League Cy Young winner.
On Wednesday afternoon, Wichita State announced Athletic Director Eric Sexton will step down from his position next month.
The Seaman Vikings head football coach, Blake Pierce, will be stepping down as the team’s coach.
The Michigan State Spartans rallied from a 13-point first half deficit to beat the Kansas Jayhawks in Chicago on Tuesday night.
The Washburn volleyball team defeated Missouri Western on Wednesday night to advance to the semifinals of the MIAA tournament.
The Wichita State Shockers lost to the Tulsa Golden Hurricanes on Tuesday night.
The Washburn basketball team improved to (2-0) on the season with a win against Tabor in the Ichabods home-opener on Monday night.
The Kansas State women’s team won its home-opener on Monday night, and the men’s basketball team played after and improved to 2-0 as well.
Kansas volleyball’s Kelsie Payne earned her third-straight Big 12 Offensive Player of the Week award on Monday afternoon.
Courtesy: Washburn Athletics MIAA Championship opening round game: Missouri Western at No. 14 Washburn 7:00 p.m. Tuesday at Lee Arena Scouti…
For the first time in his career, Kansas State basketball’s Wesley Iwundu was named the Big 12’s co-Player of the Week on Monday afternoon.