Oklahoma junior guard Buddy Hield and Bill Self of Kansas are The Associated Press’ Big 12 player and coach of the year.
The Emporia State Lady Hornets won the MIAA Tournament on Sunday afternoon at Municipal Auditorium in Kansas City, MO.
On Sunday afternoon, the Big 12 conference announced its regular-season awards for the 2014-2015 men’s basketball season.
The Kansas Jayhawks lost to the Oklahoma Sooners on Saturday afternoon.
The Texas Longhorns beat the Kansas State Wildcats on Saturday afternoon in Austin.
The Wichita State Shockers lost in the quarterfinal round of the MVC Tournament on Saturday afternoon in St. Louis.
The Kansas Jayhawks will remain without Cliff Alexander as he is under investigation regarding NCAA eligibility.
For academic, drug and other violations committed primarily by the men’s basketball program.
The Jayhawks 11 straight conference titles trail only the 13 in a row UCLA won in the John Wooden era.
Washburn women’s basketball lost in the MIAA Tournament’s first round to Northeastern State.
The Washburn Ichabods used a pair of first-half dunks in the first ten minutes to knock off Fort Hays State in the opening round of the MIAA…
The MIAA has unveiled the brackets for this year’s MIAA Tournament.
The Washburn basketball team split their double-header against Pittsburg State on Senior Night inside Lee Arena.
The Kansas State Wildcats overcame a double-digit second half deficit to knock off Iowa State on Saturday.
Perry Ellis tallied a game-high 28 points and 13 rebounds in Saturday’s win against Texas at Allen Fieldhouse.
The Wichita State Shockers beat Northern Iowa to win the Missouri Valley Conference title on Saturday afternoon.
Less than two hours prior to tip-off, Kansas Athletics announced freshman center Cliff Alexander will not play against Texas.
Haley Texada scored 20 points to lead K-State past Kansas at Allen Fieldhouse on Wednesday night.
Tekele Cotton leads Wichita State with 20 points as the Shockers beat Indiana State on the road.
KSU told to revise its policies to avoid a repeat.
Following Monday’s basketball game in Bramlage Coliseum.
Fan, not identified as a student, send apology to student newspaper.
“You need to get security to the point where player safety isn’t a question.”
The Jayhawks trudged off the court as students poured from the stands into a mad pile.
K-State’s Athletics Director releases a statement following an incident at the Kansas State and Kansas University basketball game Monday eve…