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Doug Ghim survives rough start, wins Public Links semifinal

Ideally, the path to a United States Golf Association championship is filled with steady play and countless fairways, greens and birdies.

WSU baseball avoids major draft casualties as signing deadline passes

Coach Todd Butler’s first recruiting class at Wichita State survived the draft largely intact.

Andover’s Jaylyn Agnew commits to Creighton basketball

Andover’s Jaylyn Agnew, who will be a senior, has made an oral commitment to play basketball at Creighton. She averaged 14.3 points last season as she helped lead the Trojans to a 16-6 record.

Wichita State volleyball hits road for all non-conference matches

Wichita State’s volleyball team will play a nine-match home schedule this fall that doesn’t include any non-conference opponents.

Shocker Summer: For three years, Cliff Levingston was “Good News”

Editor’s note: This column originally appeared in The Eagle on March 27, 1982.

Illinois teen ousts defending champion at U.S. Amateur Public Links

Doug Ghim not only showed the essence of match-play golf Thursday afternoon in the third round of the U.S. Amateur Public Links Championship at Sand Creek Station.

Preparation obsession helps make Royals’ Alex Gordon special (VIDEO)

He did not cave to temptation. Alex Gordon would like to make this clear as he recalls the last time he ate a cheeseburger. His body betrayed him, not his will.

Alex Smith says he hopes to remain with Chiefs (VIDEO)

Chiefs quarterback Alex Smith still isn’t assured of what his future holds beyond the upcoming season.

MVC moves women’s tournament to Moline, Ill.

The Missouri Valley Conference is moving its women’s basketball tournament to Moline, Ill., the conference announced Thursday.

Wingnuts’ Van Skike finds home in rotation

The Wingnuts’ most unlikely All-Star has had a season full of improbabilities.

K-State third, Kansas last in Big 12 preseason football poll

Kansas State was picked to finish third in the Big 12 football race this season, according to a media poll released by the conference Thursday morning. Kansas was picked last, in 10th spot.

Shocker Summer: Cleo Littleton earns a college hoops first

Editor’s note: This story originally appeared in The Eagle on Feb. 15, 1955.

Wichita State’s Ron Baker networks at summer exposure camps

One of the first people Wichita State’s Ron Baker met at the LeBron James Skills Academy knew all about Baker’s skills.

KU’s Perry Ellis returns from James’ camp with confidence

LAWRENCE – Before Perry Ellis left the LeBron James Skills Academy last week in Las Vegas, he took a moment to pose with the camp’s host, a certain Ohio native who made a few headlines last week.

Four K-State players, one Jayhawk named to preseason All-Big 12 football team

Kansas State landed four players on the preseason All-Big 12 football team Wednesday.

Report: MVC women’s tournament will move to Moline

The Missouri Valley Conference women’s basketball tournament will move to Moline, Ill., in 2016, according to the Dispatch-Argus of the Quad Cities.

Sterling’s Michael Gellerman advances through match-play rounds at Public Links

NEWTON – Shortly after Sand Creek Station Golf Course opened in 2006, Jerry Gellerman and his son, Michael, made the first of several journeys from their hometown of Sterling to play the Jeffrey Brauer-designed layout.

K-State gets football commitment from OKC defensive end

Joshua Little, a defensive end from Oklahoma City, orally committed to Kansas State on Wednesday.

Four players share Public Links medalist honors

The big prize that golfers are chasing in the 89th U.S. Amateur Public Links Championship won’t be awarded until Saturday.

Yankees' Derek Jeter goes out in style in All-Star game (VIDEO)

His glove never departed his left hand, and the ovation never slackened. The fans inside Target Field clapped, watching Derek Jeter extend hugs to each fellow All Star inside the AL dugout. When Jeter finished saluting his teammates, he would receive their adulation.

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