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KU’s Oubre taken No. 15 in the 2015 NBA Draft »

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Kansas Athletics BROOKLYN, N.Y. – Kansas guard Kelly Oubre, Jr., was the overall No. 15 choice of the Atlanta Hawks in the 2015 NBA Draft at the Barclay Center in Brooklyn Thursday.  This marks the sixth-straight season a Jayhawk has been selected in the first round. Historically, Oubre becomes the 77th player to be drafted in […]

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NCAA approves 30-second shot clock in men’s basketball »

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INDIANAPOLIS (AP) – Men’s basketball teams will play with a quicker shot clock and fewer timeouts next season. It’s the first time the shot clock has been trimmed since the 1993-94 season, when it went from 45 seconds to 35. Now it goes from 35 seconds to 30. Teams also will have one fewer second-half […]

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Dwight Coleby to Transfer to Kansas »

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Kansas Athletics LAWRENCE, Kan. – Center Dwight Coleby will be transferring to Kansas after two seasons at Ole Miss. The 6-9, 240-pound Nassau, Bahamas, native has signed a grant-in-aid agreement to attend KU, will sit out the 2015-16 season and have two years eligibility, Kansas head coach Bill Self announced Monday. Coleby will report to […]

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Czarnecki Named to NCBWA All-Central Region Team »

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FHSU Sports Information Kevin Czarnecki picked up his second all-region honor for the 2015, earning National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association All-Central Region Second Team honors on May 14. He earned the honor as a utility player. Czarnecki was tabbed an all-region first team selection as a utility/non-pitcher by Daktronics. He now has two all-region selections […]

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NCAA committee calls for switch to 30-second shot clock »

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By JOHN MARSHALL AP Basketball Writer The NCAA Men’s Basketball Rules Committee has recommended reducing the shot clock from 35 to 30 seconds among a series of changes aimed at speeding up a game that has reached historic lows in scoring. The NCAA experimented with a 30-second shot clock during the NIT and CIT postseason […]

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Kentucky’s visit to Kansas highlights Big 12-SEC Challenge »

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IRVING, Texas (AP) – Kentucky’s visit to Kansas highlights the first Big 12-SEC Challenge to be held while both conferences are in the middle of their league schedules. The two winningest programs in college basketball will meet for the second straight season on Jan. 30, when all 10 of the matchups will be held. The […]

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Czarnecki named to Daktronics All-Central Region First Team »

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FHSU Sports Information Fort Hays State senior Kevin Czarnecki was named to the Daktronics All-Central Region Baseball Team for the 2015 season. Czarnecki earned first team honors as a utility player. 2015 Daktronics All-Central Region Baseball Team Czarnecki led the Tigers with a .415 batting average, 17 doubles, 71 hits, 53 runs scored, and an […]

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Six Tigers Named to All-MIAA Baseball Team »

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FHSU Sports Information Fort Hays State had six players named to the All-MIAA Baseball Team for 2015. Earning second team honors were Kevin Czarnecki at designated hitter and Cooper Langley at first base, while Austin Unrein received third team honors as a utility player. Andre Vieyra (catcher), Gus Strunk (second base), and Connor Ross (outfield) […]

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Ricci Named All-MIAA Honorable Mention »

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FHSU Sports Information Fort Hays State senior Brittney Ricci earned the second All-MIAA Women’s Tennis honor of her career at Fort Hays State as she was named an honorable mention selection at the No. 2 singles position for the 2014-15 season. Ricci finished the season at 11-8 overall in singles play and she went 10-6 […]

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FHSU’s Beltz named MIAA/AstroTurf softball Hitter of the Week »

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FHSU Sports Information Fort Hays State junior Tori Beltz was named the MIAA/AstroTurf Softball Hitter of the Week on Tuesday (Apr. 28) for her efforts the week of April 21-27. Beltz helped the Tigers go 3-3 overall last week, which included a key conference doubleheader sweep of Nebraska-Kearney to help FHSU earn a spot in […]

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Tigers close season with sweep of Lincoln »

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FHSU Sports Information Fort Hays State closed out the 2015 season on Monday (Apr. 27) with a doubleheader sweep at Lincoln University in Jefferson City, Mo. The Tigers won 11-2 and 9-1, sweeping all four games of the series to finish ninth in the MIAA standings. Game 1: Fort Hays State 11, Lincoln 2 Fort […]

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Tien named MIAA Men’s Field Athlete of the Week »

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Brady Tien of FHSU Track and Field was named the MIAA Men’s Field Athlete of the Week on Monday (Apr. 27) for his efforts this past week at the Emporia State Mid-Week Open. Tien broke the 34-year old outdoor pole vault record at Fort Hays State with an automatic qualifying mark in a winning effort. […]

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MIAA softball tournament changes announced »

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MIAA Media Relations Kansas City, Mo. — It was announced today by the MIAA that the first and second round game times for the MIAA Softball Tournament will be changed. The 6 p.m. game will now be played at 5 p.m. and the 8 p.m. game will now be scheduled for 7 p.m. Pre-game ceremonies […]

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