Portland (Ore.) five-star power forward Terrence Jones, the No. 13 overall player in the class of 2010, will make a recruiting visit to Kansas on Sunday, according to Rivals.com. KU still has one scholarship available, and Jones would appear to be a perfect fit for the Jayhawks, who have four big men on scholarship for next season.
Jones (6-foot-8, 220 pounds) appears to be capable of playing small forward or power forward at the next level. He has taken visits to Kentucky, Oklahoma, Washington and UCLA.
Wichitan Nick Taylor has been named to the U.S. team for the Invacare World Team Cup next month in Turkey. Taylor is one of the nation's top wheelchair players.
Friends athletic director Joe Zimmerman will represent the KCAC on the 32-person NAIA National Administrative Council. Zimmerman, in his seventh year as Friends AD, will be seated for a three-year term.
Wichita State will try to keep its offense on the upswing in a series against Missouri Valley Conference leader Southern Illinois at Wilkins Stadium. The teams play a doubleheader at noon today and a single game at noon on Sunday. WSU (15-25, 5-10 MVC) has won three of its past five conference games and is averaging four runs a game in that span. SIU (28-16, 13-3) did not score a run in its 2008 trip to WSU, losing 7-0, 3-0 and 1-0.
John Cook and Joey Sindelar, who have known each other since their college days at Ohio State, shot a better-ball 10-under 62 to share the first-round lead with Mark O'Meara and Nick Price at the Liberty Mutual Legends of Golf, a Champions Tour event at Savannah, Ga.
* Lee Janzen, Alex Cejka, Brian Davis, Greg Owen and Jason Bohn were tied for the lead at 7 under when second-round play in the Zurich Classic was suspended because of heavy rain at Avondale, La.
* Defending champion Thongchai Jaidee of Thailand shot a 5-under 68 for a share of the lead with Argentina's Tano Goya at 8 under in the suspended second round of the fog-disrupted Ballantine's Championship at Jeju Island, South Korea.
* Mexican golf star Lorena Ochoa said at a press conference in Mexico City that she will compete in the Tres Marias Championships next week in Morelia before retiring. The 28-year-old plans to annually play in the LPGA's Lorena Ochoa Invitational each November in Guadalajara.
The No. 1 player in women's golf confirmed on her website Tuesday she is leaving the game. She got married in December and has talked about wanting a family. She said while retirement was a difficult decision, she was "full of happiness."
Ochoa's announcement comes three years to the day she achieved the No. 1 ranking, replacing Annika Sorenstam. She leaves the tour with 27 victories, two major titles and nearly $15 million in earnings.