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Kansans in Division I basketball

Kansans in Division I basketball (Dec. 6)

Dec. 7 at 7:58 a.m.

This list is made up of Division I players who previously played at a Kansas high school or college and have compiled statistics this season. If you know of a player we’re missing, please e-mail sportsdesk@wichitaeagle.com or call 316-268-6251. Through Thursday’s games.

From Spearville to Kentucky, Cauley-Stein keeps focus

Nov. 18 at 12:32 a.m.

— Kentucky sophomore center Willie Cauley-Stein remembers the moment when he morphed from being just a tall kid living on the Kansas plains to a potential NBA Draft pick.

Expectations set Shockers’ bar higher than ever

Nov. 3 at 9:48 a.m.

In 2011, the National Invitation Tournament grabbed Wichita State fans in a big way. They lined up for tickets and sold out a game against the College of Charleston. Hundreds traveled to New York for the final and some equated the championship with making the NCAA Tournament.

Southwell to lead Wildcats from here, there, everywhere

Nov. 2 at 1:20 a.m.

— Shane Southwell is on a roll. He is joking about how he looks a little like Will Smith and he is talking confidently about the upcoming basketball season. The media surrounding him laugh and nod in unison after every word.

Commentary

Bob Lutz: While world watches Wiggins, Wichita watches Wichitans

Nov. 2 at 5:41 p.m.

— Conner Frankamp believes in himself. Not that Perry Ellis doesn’t. Quite the opposite. Ellis is brimming with confidence as the college basketball season begins. It just took him a while to brim.

Andrew Wiggins begins KU career with the world watching

Nov. 2 at 5:41 p.m.

— On the night before Wilt Chamberlain was to make his debut in the fall of 1956, a small crowd gathered inside a cafeteria at the Kansas Student Union. They pushed some tables together, set up a few television cameras, and Chamberlain folded his sprawling frame into a seat next to Northwestern sophomore center Joe Ruklick.

For KU women, Sweet 16 appearances lead to replacing key components

Nov. 2 at 1:20 a.m.

LAWRENCE — It’s a new era for Kansas women’s basketball, which is moving on without the three cornerstone seniors that led the program to Sweet 16 appearances the last two years.

Kansas State women healthy again but without a star

Nov. 2 at 1:20 a.m.

— The Kansas State women’s basketball team is in the middle of one of the strangest transitions coach Deb Patterson can remember.

Transfers add to Newman’s talent level

Nov. 2 at 1:15 a.m.

This is how Newman men’s basketball coach Mark Potter works: Quick to praise, slow to criticize, always teaching.

Mitchell finds home with Friends basketball

Nov. 2 at 1:15 a.m.

The hardest things to deal with, eventually, were ones Joe Mitchell couldn’t control.

Kadeem Allen hopes to lead Hutchinson back to national tournament

Nov. 2 at 1:15 a.m.

The question, Hutchinson Community College men’s basketball coach Steve Eck points out, is redundant.

Paul Suellentrop’s MVC picks

Paul Suellentrop’s MVC picks

Nov. 2 at 1:31 a.m.

Cleanthony Early, Wichita State

The Big 12 Conference

Kellis Robinett looks at the Big 12

Nov. 2 at 1:18 a.m.

Coach: Bill Self

The Missouri Valley Conference

Paul Suellentrop looks at the Missouri Valley

Nov. 2 at 1:31 a.m.

Coach: Gregg Marshall

Shockers now carry the Missouri Valley mantle

Nov. 2 at 1:31 a.m.

Creighton isn’t the first school to leave the Missouri Valley Conference for a bigger stage.

Schedule

Shocker women’s schedule

Nov. 2 at 1:29 a.m.

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Roster

Kansas men’s roster

Nov. 2 at 5:41 p.m.

No. Player Ht. Yr. Pos. Home (School)
0Frank Mason5-11Fr.GPetersburg, Va.
1Wayne Selden6-5Fr.GRoxbury, Mass.
3Andrew White6-6So.GRichmond, Va.
4Justin Wesley6-9Sr.FFort Worth
5Evan Manning6-3So.GLawrence
10Naadir Tharpe5-11Jr.GWorcester, Mass.
11Tyler Self6-2So.GLawrence (Free State)
14Brannen Greene6-7Fr.GJuliette, Ga.
15Christian Garrett6-3Jr.GLos Angeles
20Niko Roberts5-11Sr.GHuntington, N.Y.
21Joel Embiid7-0Fr.CGainesville, Fla.
22Andrew Wiggins6-8Fr.GVaughan, Ontario
23Conner Frankamp6-0Fr.GWichita (North)
25Tarik Black6-9Sr.FMemphis (Univ. of Memphis)
31Jamari Traylor6-8So.FChicago
33Landen Lucas6-0Fr.FPortland, Ore.
34Perry Ellis6-8So.FWichita (Heights)
42Hunter Mickelson6-10Jr.FJonesboro, Ark. (Arkansas)

Paul Suellentrop breaks down the Shockers

Paul Suellentrop breaks down the Shockers

Oct. 29 at 1:39 p.m.

Wichita State produced an assembly line of talented post players in recent seasons — J.T. Durley to Garrett Stutz to Carl Hall.

Darius Carter arrives to bolster Shocker inside game

Oct. 29 at 2:11 p.m.

When it comes to role models, Wichita State junior Darius Carter goes right to the top of the basketball world.

Roster

Kansas State men’s roster

Nov. 2 at 1:20 a.m.

No. Player Ht. Yr. Pos. Home (School)
1Shane Southwell6-7Sr.GHarlem, N.Y.
2Marcus Foster6-2Fr.GWichita Falls, Texas
3Jack Karapetyan6-7Fr.FLos Angeles
5Jevon Thomas6-0Fr.GQueens, N.Y.
11Nino Williams6-5Jr.FSt. Louis (Leavenworth)
12Omari Lawrence6-3Sr.GBronx, N.Y.
14Justin Edwards6-4Jr.GWhitby, Ontario (Maine)
21Brandon Bolden6-11So.FSumter, S.C. (Georgetown)
23Nigel Johnson6-1Fr.GAshburn, Va.
24Ryan Schultz6-5Sr.FWichita (Maize/Hutchinson CC)
25Wesley Iwundu6-7Fr.FHouston
33Brian Rohleder6-3So.GWichita (Carroll)
40Shawn Meyer6-3Jr.GKansas City, Mo.
42Thomas Gipson6-7Jr.FCedar Hill, Texas
50D.J. Johnson6-9So.FSt. Louis
55Will Spradling6-2Sr.GOverland Park (SM South)

Rock-star treatment comes to end for Wichita State players

Oct. 29 at 4:27 p.m.

The attention, well, it never stops. From April and Atlanta, it sped through the spring and Facebook requests and the summer and messages on Twitter and the fall and autographs.

Michelle Price becomes sole leader of WSU women’s team

Nov. 2 at 1:29 a.m.

The plan was for Michelle Price to always be linked with Jessica Diamond, Chynna Turner, and Jazimen Gordon, each hand selected by coach Jody Adams to be the foundation of the turnaround at Wichita State.

WSU women’s roster

Wichita State women’s roster

Nov. 2 at 1:29 a.m.

No.PlayerHt.Yr.Pos.School
5Jamillah Bonner5-8Jr.GWichita (Southeast/Butler CC)
12Kayla White5-10Fr.GSan Antonio
13Kelsey Jacobs6-2Jr.FFortuna, Calif.
14Valerierose Agnello5-10Jr.G-FBrookfield, Wis. (Kishwaukee CC)
21Alie Decker6-0Fr.FEdmond, Okla.
22Briana Jones6-0Fr.G-FSan Antonio
23Marissa Preston5-8Fr.GKansas City, Mo.
24Alex Harden5-11Jr.G-FSpringfield, Ill.
25Jaleesa Chapel5-9Fr.GSpring, Texas
33Michelle Price6-1Sr.FKingwood, Texas
43Moriah Dapprich6-0Fr.G-FBranson, Mo.
44Michaela Dapprich5-10So.G-FBranson, Mo.

Taylor Eldridge breaks down the Shocker women

Taylor Eldridge breaks down the Shocker women

Nov. 2 at 1:29 a.m.

If Wichita State is to remain a threat to win the Missouri Valley, it must find a way to maximize the talent of Alex Harden and Jamillah Bonner.

Bob Lutz predicts the NCAA Tournament field

Bob Lutz predicts the NCAA Tournament field

Oct. 30 at 5:04 p.m.

Last season, I correctly predicted 60.2 percent of the 68-team NCAA Tournament field.

Rustin Dodd breaks down the Jayhawks

Rustin Dodd breaks down the Jayhawks

Nov. 2 at 5:41 p.m.

For Kansas coach Bill Self, it’s a strange equation. His program lost five starters off a team that last season finished 31-6 and earned a No. 1 seed in the NCAA Tournament. Now, one year later, he enters the most anticipated Kansas season since he arrived in Lawrence in 2003.

Schedule

Kansas State men’s basketball schedule

Nov. 2 at 1:20 a.m.

All times p.m. unless noted

Slimmed-down Thomas Gipson ready to beef up K-State win total

Nov. 2 at 1:20 a.m.

— A public preseason scrimmage is often the worst time to evaluate college basketball players. Defense is forbidden, style points matter most and acrobatic dunks occur so frequently that they seem scripted. But those disclaimers don’t apply to Thomas Gipson.

Kellis Robinett breaks down the Wildcats

Kellis Robinett breaks down the Wildcats

Nov. 2 at 1:20 a.m.

It’s been a long time since college basketball experts predicted Kansas State to miss the NCAA Tournament.

MVC schedule

MVC schedule

Nov. 2 at 1:31 a.m.

All times p.m. unless noted

Schedule

Shocker men’s schedule

Nov. 2 at 10:24 p.m.

All times p.m.

K-State women’s roster

Kansas State women’s roster

Nov. 2 at 1:20 a.m.

No. Player Ht. Yr. Pos. Home (School)
0Jessica Sheble6-3Fr.FOlathe (North)
1Haley Texada5-7Jr.GFrisco, Texas
2Erica Young6-3Fr.FTampa, Fla.
4Katya Leick6-1Sr.FGrey Cloud Township, Minn. (Nebraska)
10Leticia Romero5-8Fr.GLas Palmas, Spain
11Chantay Caron5-11Sr.G-FLawrence (Free State)
12Kelly Thomson5-10Fr.GRiley (Riley County)
15Heidi Brown5-11Jr.GPlains (SW Heights)
20Bri Craig5-10So.GLincoln, Neb.
21Ashlynn Knoll5-11Sr.FCanyon, Texas (Seward CC)
22Breanna Lewis6-5Fr.FMilwaukee
23Ashia Woods5-11Jr.GWichita (Collegiate)
24Kindred Wesemann5-8Fr.GPleasant Hill, Mo.
25Stacey Malone6-1Fr.FTyler, Texas

University moves to make Final Four memory last

Nov. 2 at 10:24 p.m.

Along the way to Atlanta, Gregg Marshall became more than a basketball coach, taking on the role as Wichita’s ambassador and Wichita State’s dean of advancement.

Newman schedules

Newman basketball schedules

Nov. 2 at 1:12 a.m.

All times p.m.

Schedule

Kansas men’s schedule

Nov. 2 at 5:41 p.m.

All times p.m. unless noted

MIAA schedules

MIAA basketball schedules

Oct. 28 at 10:26 p.m.

Kansas teams’ schedules; all times p.m.

Kansas’ MIAA teams

Kansas’ MIAA basketball teams

Oct. 28 at 10:46 p.m.

Coach: Shaun Vandiver, third season, 22-32

Expectations high for Fort Hays State men

Oct. 28 at 10:51 p.m.

Everything about the way Mark Johnson runs the men’s basketball program at Fort Hays State is about earning the right.

Jayhawk Conference schedules

Jayhawk Conference schedules

Nov. 2 at 1:15 a.m.

The Region VI tournament is March 1-8, with the final three rounds at Koch Arena; all times p.m. unless noted

Wichita-area Jayhawk Conference teams

Wichita-area Jayhawk Conference teams

Nov. 2 at 1:15 a.m.

Coach: Mike Bargen, seventh season, 113-69

Kansas women’s roster

Kansas women’s roster

Nov. 2 at 1:17 a.m.

No. Player Ht. Yr. Pos. Home (School)
0Asia Boyd6-1Jr.GDetroit
1Lamaria Cole5-6So.GBryan, Texas
2Dakota Gonzalez6-0Fr.GPocatello, Idaho
3Dylan Gonzalez6-0Fr.GPocatello, Idaho
4Jada Brown6-0Fr.FLas Vegas
5Bunny Williams6-1Jr.FDuncanville, Texas
15Chelsea Gardner6-3Jr.FDeSoto, Texas
24CeCe Harper5-8Sr.GSan Antonio
25Caelynn Manning-Allen6-4Fr.FChicago
32Keyla Morgan5-8Fr.GRancho Dominguez, Calif.
42Natalie Knight5-7Jr.GOlathe (South)
54Markisha Hawkins5-9Sr.GLittle Rock, Ark.

KCAC teams

KCAC teams

Oct. 29 at 11:35 a.m.

In coaches predicted order of finish

Smart, Oklahoma State ready to challenge KU for Big 12 supremacy

Nov. 2 at 1:18 a.m.

When Marcus Smart announced his decision last spring to return for his sophomore season at Oklahoma State, the Cowboys were instantly dubbed Big 12 favorites.

Big 12 schedule

Big 12 basketball schedule

Nov. 2 at 1:18 a.m.

All times p.m. unless noted

Kansas women’s schedule

Kansas women’s schedule

Nov. 2 at 1:17 a.m.

x-at St. Thomas, Virgin Islands

K-State women’s schedule

Kansas State women’s schedule

Nov. 2 at 1:20 a.m.

All times p.m. unless noted

KCAC schedules

KCAC basketball schedules

Oct. 29 at 11:08 a.m.

All times p.m.

Shocker Roster

Wichita State men’s basketball roster

Oct. 29 at 3:08 p.m.

6-9, senior, F, Burlington, Ontario (Coffeyville CC)

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