Thursday, April 14, 2011

Former Jayhawk SAAC Exec Memeber Still Giving Back

Former football player, Mike Rivera is finding great ways to spend his time while he is waiting on the NFL to decide on it's future. Check the link below for a great video of Rivera volunterring in the Lawrence community.

Friday, April 8, 2011

Game Face: Casey Lytle

Casey Lytle takes a tag in the money maker against Mizzou this week in the Jayhawks 7-1 win over the Tigers.

Wednesday, March 23, 2011

Jayhawk Track and Field: Back to the Future

Check out our first installation of Jayhawk's Back to the Future!

We paired up former track and field athlete and current K Clubber Candace (Mason) Dunback with current track and field student-athlete Rebeka Stowe for our first Back to the Future video blog. The two compare notes on their hardest workout, funniest travel story and even take it to Allen Fieldhouse for a "friendly" game of PIG.

Friday, March 18, 2011

F.O.E. Music Video

New Music video for "F.O.E." by current football player Rod Harris, a.k.a. Merqury.

Wednesday, March 16, 2011

Jayhawk Leadership Retreat Recap: Spring 2011

Three times a year 20-25 Jayhawk student-athletes are invited to go on an overnight leadership retreat. Last month volleyball players, men's golfers, soccer players, football players and one men's cross country runner came together for the Spring 2011 Jayhawk Leadership Retreat. Check out the footage below...

Monday, March 7, 2011

Quick Pix: Modern Family Celeb Siting

Delayed in the Las Vegas airport, our softball team, after improving to 17-3 on the season, ran into one of the celebrities from the team's FAVORITE show.
Eric Stonestreet, or Cam from Modern Family, with the team
Eric Stonestreet actually went to K State, but even a wildcat can't resists loving the KU softball team. He even gave them a shout out on his twitter... CHECK IT OUT HERE

Wednesday, March 2, 2011

Quick Pix: Jayhawk Twins

Our KU Men's Basketball roster proudly boasts arguably the most famous duo in college hoops history, the Morris Twins.Opponents not only have to guard one 6'10" powerhouse forward, but they have the daunting task of defending TWO monstrous posts.
What many Jayhawk fans don't know is, the KU Men's Basketball team is not our only team applying this one-two punch on the court, or the field or in the pool for that matter. We have SIX different Jayhawk teams that fill their roster with sets of twins. Check 'em out.

Kelsey and Kortney Clifton come to KU from Wichita, KS. Kortney plays forward, while Kelsey plays midfield.

Maggie and Rosie Hull are local softball products, coming right from Lawrence, KS. Both play outfield and bat from the left side of the plate but Maggie throws left handed while Rosie throws with her right.

Brittany and Alyssa Potter swam to KU from Bentonville, Ark. Alyssa swims the 400 IM, 200 and 100 Fly and Brittany swims the 200 and 100 Fly and the 200 IM.

Kara and Amy Wehrs, freshman on this years KU volleyball team hail from Hampshire, IL. Amy plays outside hitter while Kara plays setter for the Jayhawks.

Brooke and Molly Ryan dance on the Jayhawk spirit squad and come to KU from Iowa.