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Michael Zogry, a professor of religious studies at KU, found the first and only known voice recording of the inventor of basketball, James Naismith. Zogry explains the process of finding and getting to hear the recording.
St. Thomas Aquinas's Riley Pint has another month of mowing down hitters before he's one of the top picks in the MLB Draft. In the meantime, he's getting his final swings in while he can. Mick Shaffer caught up with the future Major Leaguer at a Major League stadium.
Before Alex Hugo was a first team All-American, leading the country in hits and home runs at the University of Georgia, she was a star at Olathe South. This year's senior class has a chance to do something Hugo's class could not. Kennetra Pulliams has the story.
Back in the Fall, boys cross-country at Aquinas won state by having their top four finsihers go 1-4, which had never happened before. The Saints beat the second place team from Blue Valley Southwest by 70 points. The same Aquinas quartet is looking for more during track season. Katie Falco has the story.
In this edition of Jayhawk Insider, we preview the KU football team before their Spring game. Also, Chelsea Miller ended her swimming season as an All-American as we bring you more info from her NCAA competition in Atlanta and a KU track star shatters a 40 year old record!
Hogan Prep senior William Bradley-King is looking to finish his final track and field season strong. He is the defending Missouri Class 3 State Champion in the discus and finished in the top 10 in the shot-put last year. Not only would he like to win back-to-back state titles he wants to shatter the state record before he heads off to Arkansas State.
Jenna Gray is a standout volleyball player at St. James Academy, but is finding success in her spare time in the spring. Leif Lisec has more on the multi-sport athlete.
The Lady Pioneers of Leavenworth move one game closer to completing their three-peat of 5A Girls hoops. St. Thomas Aquinas finds themselves in the 5A Finals for the 11th time in program history after dispatching of Salina Central. The Mill Valley Boys are headed to their 1st State Title game in school history.
On this edition of Jawhawk Insider, the men's basketball team prepares for the Big 12 tourney and the madness of March, KU honors its seniors, as well as a long-time announcing legend, who was interviewed by Bill Self for our segment, the softball team prepares to open the season at Rock Chalk Park and much more.
Dominique Washington is a senior. He is a Kansas City kid from Hogan Prep. He could be playing the final games of his college career or he could get a hardship waiver from the NCAA due to a missed season due to injury and get one more year of eligibility. Washington is averaging nearly 19 points per game and is part of the turnaround season for the Hawks.
The KU men's basketball team is on top of the conference as the countdown to March begins, the KU women find their targets from long range, but fall short against the Wildcats, so now it's time to look ahead to Oklahoma, the swimming and diving team prepares for the Big 12 Championships and much more on this edition of Jayhawk Insider.
It can be pretty hard to repeat as World Series champs, but Dave Stewart thinks the Royals will put up a fighting chance, without the endorsement of the experts.
In this edition of Jayhawk Insider, we recap the men's basketball victory over West Virginia while reclaiming the top of the Big XII. We also take a look at the big game between the Kansas men's team as they face Oklahoma. Finally, we recap the Kansas football team after Signing Day!
In this edition of Jayhawk Insider, we talk with Kansas men's basketball coach Bill Self following the Jayhawks game over conference-rival Kansas State. Also, Kansas track and field broke a school-record which also includes a top time in the nation! Finally, don't miss the evolution of the Jayhawk as we look at the new image of the school's mascot.