While on vacation, Leif Lisec got re-introduced to the game of cricket.

A Look At Jake Blackwood

Before Jake Blackwood was a two-sport athlete at Platte County High School, he grew up in San Diego. His dad would take him out of school early to catch Padres’ games. His dad also told him to pay attention when Tony Gwynn came to the plate. Now that Jake is a dad, he wouldn’t mind if his son kept a close eye on Angels’ All-Star Mike Trout.

Allow Kids To Be Multi-Sport Athletes

In a world where kids are often being forced to pick one sport over another, Dave Stewart maintains that it's okay for high school kids to play multiple sports.

Kansas Shrine Bowl

The Kansas Shrine Bowl kicks off on July 26 here on Time Warner Cable SportsChannel! The players checking into Hays, Kansas on Thursday - and their biggest benefit - to get to know the patients and kids for which they are playing, ad understand their journey.

Cafe 29

A couple of days ago, Cafe 29 had it's biggest sales day ever. It was literally the biggest! 16 members of the Kansas Jayhawks' football team arrived all at once at the new restaurant in Overland Park. It was more than just hungry football players looking for a meal between off-season workouts, because this trip had a special meaning.

These Aren't Your Dad's Royals

These aren't your dad's Kansas City Royals, and Brad Porter explains why that's a good thing.

Shrine Bowl – EAST

The Kansas Shrine Bowl airs live from Hays on Saturday, July 26 at 7 p.m. on Time Warner Cable SportsChannel. Kyle Haas spent Wednesday in Emporia with the East squad.

What's Going On With Yordano Ventura?

So what exactly is going on with the Royals and the pitching carousel? Dave Stewart has some insight.

Royals Participate in Special Needs Baseball Fantasy Camp

This week, the next generation of Royals All-Stars swung for the fences, ran the bases and threw strikes at a special needs fantasy baseball camp at the Little K. Lorenzo Cain, Mike Moustakas, Drew Butera and Mike Montgomery teamed up to give these special baseball players a push.

Chiefs Moving Day

Equipment Manager Allen Wright has been involved with the Chiefs since 1983. From William Jewell to River Falls and St. Joe, he’s had his hand on everything needed to make Chiefs Training Camp happen. He has mastered the art of an efficient moving day.

Taking A Look At Women's Professional Soccer

The U.S. National Team is just off their World Cup victory and the team members are heading back to their day jobs: Playing with various NWSL teams. Dave Stewart takes a look at one of the most recent NWSL games.

Kids and Baseball

Katie Falco had an interesting week playing house when she watched her niece and three nephews. Read about her week and her thoughts on little league baseball.

Shrine Bowl – WEST

The Kansas Shrine Bowl airs live from Hays this Saturday at 7 p.m. on Time Warner Cable SportsChannel. Kyle Haas spent Monday in Salina with the West squad.

KU Football Media Day

College football is just around the corner! Mick Shaffer caught up with the Kansas Jayhawks at Big 12 Media Days.

Weber Is Taekwondo National Champion

Logan Weber’s introduction to taekwondo came with a nudge from her mom, whose motivation was primarily about self-defense. Logan’s initial reluctance has now blossomed into a championship-caliber passion for this branch of martial arts.

The Duffman Makes His Case

Brad Porter writes about why pitcher Danny Duffy may have made his case to stay in the pitching rotation during the game against the White Sox.

My All-Star Game Blog

Kennetra Pulliams chronicles her time spent in Cincinnati at the MLB All-Star game.

Café 29

A special group recently visited Café 29. Mick Shaffer tells us who they were and why it was such a special visit.

USA Men Win Gold At World University Games

The Kansas Jayhawks, the representatives for Team USA at the World University Games, came home victorious in basketball. Leif Lisec has more.

Royals Sitting Pretty Heading Into All-Star Break

Dave Stewart blogs about how the Royals are sitting pretty as they head into the All-Star break.

Tenbrink Adds Legitimacy

A 15 year-old Olathe North baseball player didn't know that his ability made others take notice; namely the assistant baseball coach at rival Olathe South.

Slam City

What Chicago is to high school basketball, Kansas City is quickly becoming to high school volleyball. Mick Shaffer explains why.

Falco Learns About Golf From Lisec

Katie Falco needs help with golf. Who better to as than our local PGA Professional Leif Lisec?

Special Olympics Missouri Athletes Headed To Los Angeles

For the first time since 1999, the United States will host the Special Olympics World Games. It’s estimated that half a million people will pack Los Angeles for the 2015 Special Olympics world more than 7,000 athletes from 170 will show their courage and spirit of sportsmanship. Special Olympics Missouri will be represented by 14 athletes.

Nate Tenbrink

Even though Nate Tenbrink’s baseball career hasn’t gone according to plan, things have worked out. The former Olathe Northwest and K-State player is now excelling in his new role, MVD, Most Valuable Dad, to his four-month-old son.

The Boys of Summer

Dave Stewart takes a look at the boys of summer and one in particular: Balbino Fuenmayor.

Brad Porter's Random Sports Thoughts

Women’s World Cup, Paulo from Sao Paulo, Chiefs training camp, and other random thoughts and observations.

Kansas Jayhawk Future Classes

Find out who will be playing for the Jayhawks next season as well as future recruits and prospects for the Kansas football team.

Local Pitch, Hit, and Run National Qualifier

Lorenzo Cain, Salvador Perez, Alcides Escobar, Alex Gordon, and Ned Yost won’t be the only Royals in the All Star Game. Twelve year-old Chase Jans, from Overland Park, will be representing Kansas City in the national Pitch, Hit and Run competition.

Football As It Should Be

Okay, I’ll call that football. Anytime you can flirt with hanging a 6 on the scoreboard (the number of points awarded for a touchdown) I’ll allow you to call it football.

Delaney's Impact Still Felt 32 Years Later

The Joe Delaney story is remarkable. The actions that were taken following his death are also remarkable.

Random Thoughts and Observations from the World of Sports

Brad Porter shares his thoughts on a variety of topics from Sporting KC to the Royals, Paul Pierce and more.

U.S. World Cup Success Costs FCKC

The team’s been in a tailspin without four starters who are with the national team. The defending NWSL champs have fallen into a tie for 6th place in the nine team league.

Misty Copeland Breaks Racial Barriers

Misty Copeland is another example of racial progress in America. Like her own personal identity, she is thriving in a profession that is loosening its black and white rigid boundaries.

Farewell To Jack

Leif Lisec has had the great opportunity to work with some great Kansas City broadcasting legends. This week, one of them signed off for the last time.

Art of the Car Concours

This past Sunday, many interesting cars were on display at the Art of the Car Concours. Our Brad Porter gives us some highlights.

Three Stores the First of a Kind

TopGolf, Scheels and The Container Store are changing the retail store game as Kennetra Pulliams explains.

Thoughts of Hot Dog Eating Champion

Mick Shaffer shares his thoughts on one of the more popular contests during the Fourth of July holiday.

LARP is Becoming Widespread

LARP, or live action role playing, is becoming a popular activity that Katie Falco had to learn more about.

Pitching for Priests

On June 8th the Community America Ballpark, home of the Kansas City T-Bones, opened its doors to fans and priests.

KU vs Canada

Bill Self and the Kansas Jayhawks spent a couple of days in Kansas City this week, as the crimson and blue are gearing up for the World University Games, which are coming up in South Korea in July. On Tuesday, they beat Team Canada 91-86 in an exhibition game.

Gridiron Glory

The Gridiron Glory Exhibit presented by the Pro Football Hall of Fame is open daily at Union Stadium. It traces the history of the game and features a massive collection of Kansas City Chiefs memorabilia.

Scheels Grand Opening

Scheels opened it's 26th store as Kennetra Pulliams explains that this is much more than just an ordinary sporting goods store.

Brush With Greatness

David Letterman signed off the air earlier this year after more than 30 years as a late-night host. Lisec explains why he misses him already.

Can Topgolf and Others Ideas Revive the Ancient Sport?

Brad Porter expresses his thoughts on the golf society and how it has changed over the years.

Interesting Time at the College World Series

The College World Series wrapped up in Omaha on Monday and as our Katie Falco tells us, there are a lot of local ties and there have been some crazy times.

Alex Lange Revisits the College World Series

Ten years after making his first ever trip to the College World Series, Alex Lange was back. However, he is no longer a spectator, but a player to be taken seriously.

Ross Road Trip a Reality

Levi Ross had his wish come true with a little help from former Kansas basketball player and current NBA player Ben McLemore.

Papa John's All-Star Game Punt Return

Thursday’s Papa John’s Kansas vs. Missouri All-Star Game featured a play that will be remembered as one of the best.

Royals vs. The NL

Royals fans sure are representing KC by voting for their players in the All-Star Game. But is it fair? Mick Shaffer shares his view.

Remembering Kevin Gray

It's been four years since Kevin Gray lost his battle with adult sarcoma. Dave Stewart writes him an open letter filling him on the sports world in KC these last few years.

Bill Self Basketball Camp

Leif Lisec's son is having the time of his life at the Bill Self Basketball Camp.

Nothing Stopped Mamie Johnson

Nothing stopped Mamie Johnson. Not her gender. Not her race. Not her size. Not poverty. It all just made her more determined.

WIN Devoted to Empowering Women Through Sports

Time Warner Cable SportsChannel is very involved with various philanthropy organizations throughout the KC area. One of which is WIN for KC, an organization that is devoted to empowering girls and women through sports and fitness.

The Long Road to the U.S. Open

Leif Lisec introduces us to one of golf's up-and-comers, Travis Mays. Mays tried to qualify for the upcoming U.S. Open.

Sports Trainers Often Overlooked

Dave Stewart remembers the different trainers in sports, an often overlooked position on many professional sports franchises.

Upset About Royals All-Star Votes?

Not a fan of how many Royals are leading in the All-Star voting? You can change that, you know. Brad Porter has more.

Alex Smith Football Camp

It's the second year that Chiefs quarterback Alex Smith is teaming up with Hy-Vee for the Alex Smith Pro Skills Football Camp.

Bill Self's Basketball Boogie

The Bill Self Basketball Boogie has been announced for June, 13 with proceeds supporting the Assists Foundation. Click here for more information!

Grandview Boys Earn Fifth Straight Title

The Grandview Boys Track & Field team won their fifth straight state title recently, as well as record-setting times for Anglerne Annelus. Dave Stewart has more.

Missouri State Track Highlights

Mick Shaffer gives us the highlights from the Missouri state track competition.

A Second Chance For Matt Fields

Second chances don't come around often. Matt Fields knows that and is making the most of his second chance. Katie Falco has more.

Time For Women to put Blatter to Shame

Sepp Blatter resigning as head of FIFA comes admits allegations of corruption, embezzlement and bribery. Brad Porter tackles the issue that seems to go unnoticed regarding Blatter.


Part golf. Part bowling. Part darts. What exactly is TopGolf? Mick Shaffer explains.

College Softball Full of Local Standouts

Just because there weren't any local players on either team represented in the Women's College World Series doesn't mean you shouldn't be paying attention to college softball. Kennetra Pulliams has more.

McDonald Hangs Up Cleats

Blue Valley West baseball coach Bill McDonald announced his retirement following their third place victory at the Class 5-A State Tournament.

SM West Falls In Soccer State Semifinals

The SM West Vikings lost a tough one to Washburn Rural in the state soccer semifinals.

Olathe South Wins Softball Title

Watch highlights of Olathe South's win over Olathe NW for the state softball title.

Kansas High School Swimming Championships

Katie Falco has a full recap of the KS state swimming championships.

Free State Wins 6A Baseball Championships

The Free State Firebirds beat SM Northwest for the 6A state baseball championship.

Olathe Is Softball Capital of Kansas

With Olathe high schools making up half the field at the 6A State Softball Tournament, it's safe to say it's the Softball Capital of Kansas. Dave Stewart has the story.

Remembering Stan Thirsk

Leif Lisec recalls his encounters with legendary golf pro Stan Thirsk.

Lacrosse Still Growing

Girl's lacrosse is still an emerging sports in Kansas City. St. Teresa's Academy has made huge strides to emerge as a serious contender.

Coppinger Leading Stars Lacrosse

This season the Stars Lacrosse team has been breaking through to new heights, due in large part to a member who is gaining national exposure. Kennetra Pulliams has the story.

Jaguars Run Away with SM North Relays

If you caught the SM North Relays then you no doubt saw the domination by a pair of Mill Valley runners. Mick Shaffer catches up with the running Jags.

Goodwin Wins Hy-Vee Athlete of the Week

Johnny Goodwin picked up his third State Title this past weekend, however, this road to a title wasn't easy at all. Dave Stewart catches up with our Hy-Vee Athlete of the Week.

Force a Family Business

NHRA driver Courtney Force stopped by the studios to speak with Katie Falco. Courtney isn't the only Force family member to have an impact on the sport.

Rams, Royals and Racecars

Brad Porter blogs on Rams, Royals and what used to be one of the most celebrated days in American motorsports history.

Memorial Day Blog

Dave Stewart shares his thoughts in the world of sports during Memorial Day weekend.

Ryan Donnelly's Impact

Dave Stewart recalls a certain hand shake from Ryan Donnelly that immediately spoke to his character.

NFL Needs to Graduate to a New Rule

Mick Shaffer explains the NFL's "graduation rule" and why it should be forgotten.

The Talent on Parkhill Street

There's some talent in Leif Lisec's neighborhood on Parkhill Street. He tells us about one talented Kansas golfer.

Happy Fowler’s Day

If you weren't watching the Player's Championship on Sunday, you missed out on some great golf. Mick Shaffer tells us why.

There's Something Special About James McGinnis

Dave Stewart has always enjoyed dealing with high school athletes and has come across many greats. He tells us why James McGinnis is one of those one-in-a-lifetime people he's met.

Royals, Ronda and Rickie

Brad Porter shares his random thoughts on the Kansas City Royals, MMA fighter Ronda Rousey and golfer Rickie Fowler.

Chiefs Draft Day

The first day of the NFL draft is an interesting case study, with Chiefs' staff buried in their "war rooms". Kennetra Pulliams observes the chaos that is NFL Draft Day.

Katie Falco's Top Five

In five days, Katie Falco will be a Mrs. In honor of her wedding being five days away and it being the fifth day in May, she gives us her top give KC sports figures.

How Did The Chiefs Do In The Draft?

So, how did the Chiefs do in the NFL Draft this year? Can you even really tell? Leif Lisec gives us his thoughts on the NFL Draft and how it could take a few years to see how a team really did.

Sideline Magic

This past weekend, KU held their annual Spring Game. Mick Shaffer was there and got to experience a little magic on the field. He recounts his interview with Coach Beaty.

Watson, Brett and Vermes

Three Kansas City champions from three very different sports chat after the Joe McGuff ALS Golf Tournament. Our Leif Lisec has more on what was discussed.

Getting Ready For the Big Day

Weddings are a lot like….baseball? Well, according to Leif Lisec and Katie Falco they are.

NFL Draft Madness

Dave Stewart compares the NFL Draft to March Madness. How far off is he in his logic?

What's Tops In Biggest Week In Sports?

A lot is happening in the sports world this weekend. Brad Porter tells us about a few of the viewing options.

Ernie Johnson: A Moment of Grace Was a Lesson

Brad Porter has nothing but respect for one of the best sports broadcasters in the business today.

Royals vs. New Haters

Brad Porter gives us his random thoughts and observations on everything from the Royals to Andrew Wiggins and more.

Don't Forget About Spring Football

With so many different sports going on in the Spring, it's easy to forget about preparation for the Fall. Katie Falco gives us a reminder that football is still very much underway.

Shaka Smart

Dave Stewart gives his thoughts on Shaka Smart being hired at Texas.

Porter's Perception in Sports

Dayton Moore vs. Billy Beane? Super Mario vs. Derek Rose? Brad Porter gives us his random thought and observations on the world of sports.

Why April Is An Underrated Sports Month

Our Katie Falco tells us why April is an underrated month for sports and what she's looking forward to.

University of Texas Changing the World

Kennetra Pulliams tells us how two hires at the University of Texas are changing the world.

TWC and Girl Scouts Promote STEM

Kennetra Pulliams reveals the partnership between Time Warner Cable and the Girl Scouts in an effort to help promote STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Match).

Opening Day Thoughts

Royals vs Samardzija, remembering Chris Perez, potty-gate and other random thoughts and observations from Brad Porter.

Pitch Fever

It may be spring, but the kind of pitch fever that Leif Lisec and his son, Drew, are after doesn't have to do with a bat and a ball. Their pitch is, instead, a soccer field.

NBA Hoop Dreams for Tyler Kalinoski

Dave Stewart spoke with Olathe East's Tyler Kalinoski about his basketball career and his hopes to continue on in the NBA.

Looking At KC Area Players Making A Name in College

There are plenty of former Kansas City-area high school basketball players who are making waves in college. Kennetra Pulliams takes a look at a few of those.

Tyler Lockett Ready For NFL

Kansas State wide receiver Tyler Lockett broke his father's records while in college and he hopes to follow in his father's footsteps by making it into the NFL. Dave Stewart has more.

The Bad Boys of Baseball

The Royals reputation is getting around fast, but it's not a welcome one from other teams. Kennetra Pulliams explains why the Royals are the new 'bad boys of baseball'.

Derrick Johnson Draft Anniversary

With the NFL Draft quickly approaching, Katie Falco takes a different view. One that celebrates a ten year career for a long time Chiefs' linebacker from Texas.

Spring Fever

Spring is here as Mick Shaffer gives us his thoughts on a great season of sports.

Soccer Starts Young in Kansas City

In just two years, three prominent soccer teams here in Kansas City have won championships; Sporting KC, FCKC, and the Missouri Comets. But where does it begin?

Don't Worry About FC Kansas City's 0-2 Start

FC Kansas City is off to a 0-2 start, but Dave Stewart says fans shouldn't worry.

Bean Balls, Bombs, Saban and Other Random Thoughts and Observations

Brad Porter gives us his thoughts and observations.

The Future of Golf

Leif Lisec tells us he's met the future of golf. Read more about 11-year-old Julia Misemer and her conversation with Leif.

The Royals Have Never Lost Yet

So far on the young 2015 baseball season, the Royals are undefeated. Mick Shaffer has more.

Jim Pfeffer

Leif Lisec chats with Jim Pfeffer and his work with a wheelchair tennis league.

March Madness is an American Pastime

What does U.S. politicians and the NCAA March Madness Tournament have in common? Dave Stewart has the answer.

Maclin Comes Home

Leif Lisec writes about the recent Kansas City Chiefs' signing of former Missouri standout receiver Jeremy Maclin.

Trip Down Memory Lane at KIAAA

Dave Stewart recently attended the 46th annual Kansas Interscholastic Athletic Administration Association State Conference and Meeting and he blogs about all the faces that he recalls and that have impacted his life.

Bracket Madness

Dave Stewart talks filling out NCAA brackets and gives a little info about local schools and their history with the NCAA tournament.

Turning it Up to 11

Mick Shaffer talks about Kansas men's basketball winning their 11th straight Big XII regular season championship.

James Franklin Blog

Dave Stewart recounts his memories of a former Olathe North football star, who passed away in a terrible tragedy.

Great Time To Be A Besler

If your last name is Besler, you're probably making waves in the sports world. Dave Stewart tells us what the youngest Besler, Nick, is up to.

SM South to Induct Sixth Class into Hall of Fame

It’s been nearly 50 years since SM South opened its doors in 1966. However, the school’s Athletic Hall of Fame is still a fairly new phenomenon. Friday, SMS will recognize its sixth HOF class.

Sweet Sixteen

Mick Shaffer gives us his input on why a 16-team football championship bracket makes more sense than the current 4-team scenario.

Kansas City is American Soccer

Brad Porter explains why Kansas City should be considered the heartland for American soccer.

Deflate Gate

Mick Shaffer gives us his opinion on the news of the New England Patriots most recent scandal, deflating footballs.

90's Team to be Honored at Halftime

Dave Stewart recaps a great memory from a 90's basketball team that will be honored during TWC's Game of the Week!

Go, Conference, Go!

Do you root for a team or a conference? Mick Shaffer tells us what he cheers for and why.

Kansas State's Best Player Also Most Troubled

It’s the one line in Marcus Foster’s bio that signals trouble. Favorite thing I like best about myself: Always smiling. Modern day Marcus rarely is.

Former Mizzou Players Have Connection to Chiefs

When former Mizzou players are inducted into the Athletics Hall of Fame next month, three of them will have ties to Chiefs. Dave Stewart explains.

Reality Replaces Romance for Royals

The run to the World Series was memorable but the 2015 Royals will be dramatically different than the team fans fell in love with over the past two months.

Messy Breakup at Olathe East

After 23 years of being the only head coach the football team has ever known, Jeff Meyers was fired by email this week.

Chiefs at 7-3

The Kansas City Chiefs are 7-3 so far on the season. Our Dave Stewart gives us a run down on their season so far.

Young Golfers Showcase at Vizant/Cosnotti Memorial

Golfers from the ages of six to 17 tee off in the Everett Vinzant/John Cosnotti Memorial Junior Golf Tournament at Skyes Lady Overland Park Golf Course.

Girls Rule at the LLWS

Kennetra Pulliams reveals that boys aren't the only ones impressing during the Little League World Series.

Time to Give Lance Armstrong a Second Chance

After hearing a discussion on talk radio, our Brad Porter wonders if it is time to give Lance Armstrong a second chance.

30 Years on TV

Dave Stewart celebrates a milestone—30 years on the air! He recalls some of his favorite stories and interviews from his career.

Enough of Silly Injuries

Dave Stewart gives his take on injuries caused by strange situations following Chiefs running back Jamaal Charles' minor foot roll.

Henderson, Wilson and the Head-First Dive

Driving home in a rainstorm, I listened intently on the radio as Mike Moustakas dove head-first into the bag to try to beat the relay, avoid the double play and get the Royals a much needed insurance run. He was saved by replay but not by the insanity of the move.

It Could be a Special Fall for Kansas City Sports Fans

Brad Porter shares his thoughts on Sporting KC's dominance, the Royals' chances at the postseason, a tough road for the Chiefs and more.

Casting Call Brings PA Announcing Into Spotlight

PA announcers fail to grab my attention, but they are kind of a big deal. At least that’s my takeaway from Monday’s visit to the Jayhawks’ brand new Track/Soccer/Softball venue.

KCK RBI Baseball Advances to World Series

KCK RBI claimed the Central Region Championship at Miller Park in Milwaukee. It’s the first time in the tournament’s 14 year history that a team outside of Chicago won the regional crown.

Chiefs Camp: Then and Now

Dave Stewart looks back at his first year covering Chiefs camp in 1979 and all of the changes that have taken place in the last 35 years.

Jeter's Curtain Call in Kansas City

I disregarded Derek Jeter Day when the Royals and Yankees were rained out on June 9 but was certainly not gonna miss the re-do. Apparently, a lot of other people had the same thought. Jeter appeared for the final time at Kauffman Stadium and 31,758 joined me to document it.

The Perfect Sport

It's officially football season. Mick Shaffer tells us why he thinks football is the all-around perfect sport.

Candidates for the Simone Award

The award is given annually to the metro's most outstanding player. In most cases, that means the MVP of the best team. Maybe not this year.

The Perks of Fantasy Football

Our Katie Falco gives us her take on Fantasy Football and why she loves it.

Royals Roughed but Relevant

The Royals have been in a recent slump, so close to the season's end. Dave Stewart gives his thoughts on the Royals' struggles but the silver lining within.

Charlie Weis Talks Kansas Football

Mick Shaffer sits down with Kansas head football coach Charlie Weis to discuss the upcoming Jayhawks season.

Fleenor Receives Hy-Vee Athlete of the Week Award

This Pembroke Hill Raider has been tearing up the course this Spring and has plans to keep things rolling next week at State and beyond.

Blue Valley West Runner Impresses

After being such a dominate force during the Cross Country season, Stuart McNutt is ready to take things further and claim gold at State. Dave Stewart plays catch up with this dominating distance runner.

Catching Up With Pat Fitzgerald

A staple of the Blue Valley School District, Pat Fitzgerald is preparing to retire. Kennetra Pulliams catches up with this mainstay of athletics in Johnson County.

Maranatha Baseball Keeps Improving

Maranatha baseball surprised everybody in the Crossroads Conference by going undefeated and taking the regular season crown. They almost doubled down in the conference tournament but fell in the championship game 9-8 in 12 innings. But there's still work to be done and a bumpy past to reflect on. Mick Shaffer has more.

James McGinnis On The Road To Recovery

After suffering head trauma on the football field this past September, James McGinnis has battled back and is defying the odds on his road to recovery. Dave Stewart checks up on the Olathe East Senior who's making major strides.

Lawrence Free State Swimmer Is Athlete of the Week

Spring sports can be strange for the Metro's high school seniors. State competition normally comes around after they've graduated. That's the case for Courtney Caldwell from Lawrence Free State who's going out in style, in swimming. Katie Falco has more on our Athlete of the Week, won who four events in her final home meet.

KU Golfer Still Swinging

One women's golfer at the University of Kansas is still playing in the postseason, with a chance to go far. She's from Thailand and they call her "Mook." We let Mick Shaffer handle the rest of her story - and the rest of her name.

Avila Softball Making Strides With First Year Coach

Samantha Honeycutt made the NCAA Softball Regionals three times as a player: Twice at MU, once more at Missouri State, where she set a number of school records. But now - as a first-year head coach at Avila - "Coach Sam" led the Eagles to their first-ever HAAC Tournament Championship. Kennetra Pulliams has more.