Royals offense churns out four extra base hits as the offense finally clicks against Chicago.
Quintana shuts down Royals offense for the second straight outing.
A tennis champ and a soccer standout.
Rural lands former Pittsburg State Head Coach Kevin Muff.
Bonifacio and Hosmer both home run as the Royals top the White Sox.
Washburn hands out team MVPs of all sports at annual sports banquet
Moustakas earns his third career Royals player of the month award.
Sano continues to crush Royal pitching as Twins take two in a row at Kauffman.
Washburn Ichabod linebacker inks free agent deal with Packers.
Chiefs wheel and deal in the 2017 NFL draft and end up with six final picks.
Split double header now slated for July 1st.
Lee goes to the Vikings with pick 232.
Wildcats extend streak to 24 years in a row of a wildcat getting drafted.
Chiefs Trade up to get their running back in the third round.
Royal can’t hold on lead as the defense falters in the eighth.
Reid says Smith is still the starter but Mahomes will learn under Smith for 2018.
Faflick, age 55, was selected in a national search to lead the organization and its 762 member schools effective July 1, 2018.
Karns gives up four runs in six innings as offense again struggles.
Washburn’s Lance Lysaught earns MIAA Coach of the Year.
Royals get home runs from Moss and Moustakas to snap offensive skid but pitching fails Royals.
A three-sport standout at Seaman and a goal threat for Washburn Rural’s soccer squad.
The Lawson brothers officially sign with Kansas and so does Cal transfer Charlie Moore.
Wildcats land 6’9 forward that averaged nine points and six rebounds per contest.
Royals muster just two hits in lopsided loss.
Kansas City has a majors-low 46 runs after scoring just five in 40 innings in the series.
Alex Barnes stars for the Purple team.
Gallo and Chirinos homer twice for Texas.
The Kansas City Royals announced today that they have recalled outfielder Jorge Bonifacio and left-handed pitcher Matt Strahm from Omaha (AAA). In corresponding roster moves, infielder Raúl Mondesi and outfielder Paulo Orlando have been optioned to Omaha. Bonifacio, 23, was hitting .314 with two doubles, two triples, three homers and 12 RBI in his first […]
The Chiefs GM speaks six days before the draft begins.
Event includes Xavier, George Washington and Arizona State
Royals blanked in 13-inning affair.
Chiefs open up the 2017 season with New England
Royals go 1-11 with runners in scoring position in the 2-1 loss.
Ichabods start out with four runs in the first inning but can’t hold on.
A fleet senior and a dominant freshman pitcher.
Injuries are a big factor for the Wildcats as the Spring game approaches.
Children’s Mercy Park has hosted the event since 2014 and will continue to do so.
Chiefs start up phase one of the their off-season workout schedule.
Jackson is tabbed as a top three pick in the NBA Draft.
New Wildcat AD spoke about what he will bring to the table as the man in charge of the athletic program.
Escobar singles in Mondesi in the ninth to give the Royals a walk-off win.
Royals improve to 5-6 on the 2017 season.
Sporting Kansas City remains unbeaten after big road win.
Beaty pleased with the effort the Jayhawks had in spring game.
Moustakas and Perez both hit home runs as Royals offense comes alive.
Taylor has been the Deputy Atheltic Director at Iowa and spent 13 years as North Dakota State’s director of Athletics.
Seaman and Washburn alum takes over for Steve Alexander.
Vargas blanks the A’s bats to help Royals avoid the sweep.
A’s pound Royals at the K.
Svi will enter his name into the draft but will not hire an agent.
Hornets out hit Washburn 12-5 in game one of the season series
Two hurdlers from Seaman are selected.
Sean Snyder filled in for Bill Snyder at Wildcat media day on Tuesday. Bill was in Kansas City tending to appointments
Iwundu earns three awards at K-State basketballs awards banquet.
Ballard met with the team for the first time on Sunday night and is eager to get things going.
Royals players still emotional after pregame festivities honoring Yordano Ventura.
The National Football League officially announced its 2017 preseason schedule on Monday. The Kansas City Chiefs will kick off their preseason slate at Arrowhead Stadium against the San Francisco 49ers followed by back-to-back road contests against the Cincinnati Bengals and Seattle Seahawks. The Chiefs-Seahawks game will be televised nationally on CBS on Friday, Aug. 25 […]
Veteran Seth Sinovic bagged his first career regular season goal as Sporting KC stays unbeaten.
Garcia Wins on the first playoff hole against Justin Rose.
Herrera can’t hold the lead in the ninth as Royals finish road trip 2-4.
Royals hit three home runs in second straight win.
Vargas goes six strong innings as Royals notch first win.
Wichita State leaves the conference they have been a part of since 1945.
McAtee coached the Junior Blues basketball program for the last five years.
Newly named Washburn basketball coach appeared on 580 Sports Talk to talk all things hoops.
Ballard has spent the last three seasons as an assistant coach with the Wake Forest basketball program.
Bragg averaged 5.4 points and 4.1 rebounds in for Kansas in 2016-17
For the second straight game the bullpen gives up six runs on the seventh inning.
Tilford, 57, was inducted into the Shawnee County Sport Hall of Fame in 2016
Two early season track standouts start our spring honors.
listen to Bill Snyder speak for the first time since being diagnosed with throat cancer.
Roy Williams earns third title of his coaching career as UNC tops Gonzaga.
Duffy was terrific the bullpen not so much for the Royals season opener.
The all-time wins leader in Washburn history along with two time MVP to be enshrined in the MIAA Hall of Fame.
Looking ahead to the week to come for Washburn’s spring sports.
The trio will be inducted Thursday, June 22, at the Capitol Plaza Hotel and Maner Conference Center.
Mason joins Manning as the only two Jayhawks to win Naismith award.
Royals put Dozier on 60 Day DL to make room for Moylan.
Following Saturday’s game, the Kansas City Royals announced that they have optioned infielder/outfielder Whit Merrifield to Omaha (AAA) and sent right-handed pitcher Seth Maness to minor league camp. The Royals now have 26 active players remaining in Major League camp, which does not include left-handed pitcher Brian Flynn, who is on the 60-day disabled list. […]
Self earns first ballot hall of fame honoree.
Ichaobds looking to piggy back bowl appearance with strong push in 2017.
Mason earned 37 votes from the 65 member panel.
KSU Spring Game is set for April 22nd at 1:00 p.m.
The 2016-17 city coach of the year hangs up his whistle.
Ned Yost announced that 21 year old Raul Mondesi will start at second base to open the 2017 season.
NFL owners approve 31-1 vote on the relocation of the Raiders. Oakland will be the home for the Raiders in 2017 and 2018 until stadium is built in Las Vegas.
Tyler Dorsey poured in 27 points, Dillon Brooks added 17 and plucky Oregon ended Kansas’ romp through the NCAA Tournament with a 74-60 victory Saturday night that gave the Ducks their first Final Four trip in nearly 80 years. Dylan Ennis added 12 points for the Ducks (33-5), who took the lead with 16 minutes […]
Northwest Missouri State claims both football and basketball national titles.
Listen to Bill Self and the KU starters speak about the Midwest regional final.
Mason and Graham combine for 52 points as Jayhawks run away with sweet sixteen win.
Hear from Bill Self, Frank Mason along with locker room audio as the Jayhawks prepare for Purdue.
Senior guard finishes off stellar career as player of the year.
Wildcats slow start is too much to overcome.
Relatives of Pro Football Hall of Famer Gale Sayers say the Bears legend has been diagnosed with dementia. His wife, Ardythe Sayers, tells The Kansas City Star that her 73-year-old husband was diagnosed four years ago and she blames Sayers’ football career. He played for the Bears from 1965-71 after setting records at the University […]
Jayhawks pour in 50 points in the second half to pull away form Spartans.
This is the second straight season and the 11th time in program history that K-State has advanced at least one round in the NCAA Tournament.
Listen to the blue blood programs prepare for each other in the round of 32.
Jayhawks use 27-4 run to end the first half to take command in opening round game.
Shockers defense was stout as they hold the Flyers to 31 percent shooting in first round win.
Wildcats shoot 38 percent against stingy Bearcat defense.