Iowa State Football set kick-off time against Kansas Jayhawks


LAWRENCE – The October 2nd football game between Kansas and Iowa State begins at 6 p.m. CT and will air on FS1.

The competition is the Jayhawks’ first street game of their Big 12 Conference this season. It will be the 101st meeting of all time between the two programs and the 51st in Ames, Iowa in a series where Kansas holds the all-time lead. Right now the Jayhawks are 1-2 total and the # 14 Cyclones are 2-1, but both teams have games this weekend as well.

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Here’s more what happened in the world of athletics in Kansas over the past week:

The men’s basketball boot camp in Kansas has ended

The Jayhawks’ conditioning program is over, and according to a report by The Kansas City Star, it ended a few days ahead of schedule because head coach Bill Self thought things were going.

Self also said in that report that Super Senior Guard Remy Martin and Freshman Guard Kyle Cuffe Jr. were disabled by injuries, with Martin being hampered by an ankle sprain and Cuffe recovering from arthroscopic knee surgery. Martin could be attending Late Night in the Phog, but Cuffe will likely be absent for a few more weeks.

Kansas will also hit Tulsa in a scrimmage before the start of the season instead of hosting another show competition.

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Kansas publishes details of the day of Late Night in the Phog

What will happen during the day of Late Night in the Phog on October 1st is more clear now. Before the Late Night in the Phog begins at 6:30 p.m. at Allen Fieldhouse, the following will take place, according to a press release: the “Phog Fest on the lawn east of Allen Fieldhouse” starts at 11 a.m., and the Booth Family Hall of Athletics starts at 2 p.m. closes ”and“ DeBruce Center closes ”,“ Phog Fest closes ”at 4 p.m.,“ Student doors open (northeast side) ”at 4.30 p.m. and“ General public doors open ”at 5 p.m.

In addition, according to the publication “Late Night in the Phog” music from the KU-Pep-Band, routines from KU’s Spirit Squad and dance teams, skits from men’s and women’s basketball teams, video highlights from the award-winning Rock Chalk video from KU contain department, coach and player presentations and scrimmages. The legendary artists and Grammy Award winners RUN-DMC will close the night’s celebrations with a special performance at James Naismith Court. “

Additional details include Kansas Athletics donating non perishable food and bringing money fans to Just Food of Douglas County. Also, two people have a chance to win $ 10,000 from Self by taking a half-court shot during the event.

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Kansas football leads Dartmouth, loses to Harvard

The Jayhawks (5-4-1) defeated Dartmouth with a 2-1 win before they later suffered a 2-1 loss to Harvard. In the win, Kansas saw Kate Dreyer and Rylan Childers both score goals and Melania Pasar collected two saves. Magali Gagné scored Kansas’s only goal in the defeat.

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Kansas Volleyball wins Jayhawk Classic

The Jayhawks (8-3) won the Jayhawk Classic thanks to victories against Kansas City, Missouri State and Albany. Kennedy Farris had 14 digs in the 22-25, 25-18, 25-21, 25-18 win over Kansas City. Elise McGhie had 22 assists in the 25-22, 25-16, 25-18 win over Missouri State. Caroline Crawford had 11 kills in her 25-17, 25-23, 25-23 win over Albany.

Kansas Women’s Golf ranks fourth in the Marilynn Smith / Sunflower Invitational

After three top 10 placements by Jayhawks athletes, Kansas finished fourth as a team with a score of 899 (+35). Lauren Heinlein, Pear Pooratanaopa and Abby Glynn recorded the trio of the top 10 performances, each of which finished 10th with a 223 (+7).

“This week has been torture,” said Jayhawks head coach Lindsay Kuhle in a press release. “We saw a lot of great things from Lauren in the last two rounds and from Pear in all three rounds. The course was challenging with the wind and there were some difficult holes today. It was a learning tournament from which we can take a lot. “

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Kansas Volleyball Athlete Receives Big 12 Conference Award

The Big 12 again recognized Caroline Bien as Rookie of the Week for the second week in a row. When the Jayhawks performed during the Jayhawk Classic, she averaged 10.7 kills per match and had a hit rate of 0.387. It is the sequel to the successful campaign for Bien that has been eagerly anticipated considering it ran for the Big 12 as the preseason newcomer of the year.

Kansas Men’s Golf ranked Division I Bushnell / Golfweek coaches survey

The Jayhawks, together with the LSU, came in 24th in the latest coaching survey from Division I Bushnell / Golfweek. It’s a recognition to get after co-championing the Gopher Invitational earlier this month.

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Kansas Swimming and Diving competes in the College Swimming Coaches Association of America (CSCAA) Open Water Championship

The Jayhawks finished fifth as a team with 59 points and were able to boast top 30 placements from Kara Church (ninth), Addi Barnes (22nd), Katie Callahan (27th) and Claire Campbell (29th). A total of 73 athletes took part in the event at Lone Star Lake.

Kansas Tennis participates in Battle in the Bay and Wahoowa Invitational events

The Jayhawks’ fall began with the team split between the Wahoowa Invitational in Charlottesville, Virginia and the Battle in the Bay in San Francisco, California. Malkia Ngounoue and Carmen Roxana Manu competed in the latter, Sonia Smagina, Tiffany Lagarde, Julia Deming and Mariana Manyoma-Velasquez in the latter. Among the games that took place, Deming won singles 6-1, 6-1 against an athlete from Penn State, and Ngounoue and Manu won doubles 8-3 against a team from USC.

Jordan Guskey reports on University of Kansas Athletics in the Topeka Capital Journal. Contact him at [email protected] or on Twitter at @JordanGuskey.


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