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Henrik Sohn Selected as Kansas Wesleyan Women’s Soccer Coach

KWU Athletics ReleaseJuly 26, 2019

Kansas Wesleyan University Vice President and Director of Athletics Mike Hermann has announced the hiring of Henrik Sohn as the Coyotes' new head women's soccer coach. Sohn becomes the fifth coach in the history of the KWU women's soccer program and follows Kat Benton, who coached two seasons before leaving to take an assistant coach position at Kansas State. Sohn is no stranger to Kansas We...

Central Kansas Outdoors – 7-27

Pat StrathmanJuly 26, 2019

Join outdoor expert Bob Roberts on Saturday mornings on 1150 KSAL for the latest edition of Central Kansas Outdoors. Big reservoirs are slowly getting back to summer conversations levels but most anglers finding better fishing in smaller state and city lakes. Bob Roberts reminds hunters that early seasons like Dove and youth Deer are just a few weeks away and now is the time to start prepari...

3 takeaways from Royals’ 14-inning loss to Tribe

Royals.comJuly 26, 2019

KANSAS CITY -- Here are three takeaways from the Royals’ 5-4 loss in 14 innings to the Indians on Thursday night at Kauffman Stadium. Jose Ramirez homered in the top of the 14th inning off left-hander Brian Flynn. Flynn, Kansas City's eighth pitcher in the game, left a 2-1 sinker over the plate and Ramirez hammered it into the left-field seats to snap a 3-3 tie. 1) Montgomery improves R...

AUDIO: Adrianna Franch Talks World Cup Title

Pat StrathmanJuly 25, 2019

Salina native Adrianna Franch is the only Kansas-born player to make a World Cup roster, men or women. Now, the Salina South Cougar is a World Cup champion. The multiple-sport standout for Salina South went on to star at Oklahoma State before turning pro. Franch is currently a two-time NWSL goalkeeper of the year for her team, the Portland Thorns. Franch talked with KSAL's Pat Strathman: ...

K-State to Travel to Alabama in Big 12/SEC Challenge

K-State Athletics ReleaseJuly 25, 2019

MANHATTAN, Kan. – Kansas State will face the Alabama Crimson Tide on Saturday, January 25, 2020 at Coleman Coliseum in Tuscaloosa, Alabama as part of the seventh annual Big 12/SEC Challenge, ESPN and the two conferences announced on Thursday morning (July 25). The game will be one of 10 contested between the two conferences for the seventh consecutive season with ESPN providing coverage of al...

The Basketball Tournament Invades Wichita

Pat StrathmanJuly 24, 2019

The Basketball Tournament (TBT) – the $2 million summer basketball event broadcast live on ESPN networks – is set to take over Charles Koch Arena in Wichita. Alumni teams of Wichita State, Kansas State and Kansas are ready to show out on the court July 25-28 with hopes of advancing to the Championship Week in Chicago. Game one features KU's alumni squad, Self Made, battling the No. 6 seeded...

Keller delivers as Royals sweep 1st-place Braves

Royals.comJuly 24, 2019

ATLANTA -- Having grown up 45 miles northeast of Atlanta in Flowery Branch, Ga., Royals right-hander Brad Keller knew Wednesday’s start against the Braves would come with some pressure. Pitching in front of a large group of friends and family, he delivered. Keller dominated over seven brilliant innings and he supplied all the offense the Royals needed in 2-0 win at SunTrust Park. Kansas City ...

Royals rally in 8th, find late relief against Braves

Royals.comJuly 24, 2019

ATLANTA -- When in close games in the late innings this season, the Royals have rarely won a battle of bullpens. Coming into Tuesday night’s series opener against the Braves, Kansas City had won just one of its seven games when tied entering the seventh inning. But thanks to some timely hitting from veterans Lucas Duda and Alex Gordon, the Royals prevailed, 5-4, at SunTrust Park. While the...

Royals’ mixed bag: Highs, lows and in-between

Royals.comJuly 21, 2019

CLEVELAND -- In many ways, the Royals’ 5-4 loss to the Indians on Sunday afternoon at Progressive Field was typical of this season -- there were positive aspects but just a key play here and there doomed them. Here are three takeaways from the defeat, which still left the Royals at an impressive 7-3 since the All-Star break. The good Royals prospect Bubba Starling looked as comfortable ...

Junis sets up Royals’ shutout win over Indians

Royals.comJuly 21, 2019

CLEVELAND -- Royals right-hander Jakob Junis threw six scoreless innings to continue his recent hot streak, and the bullpen hung on for three innings in a 1-0 shutout win over the Indians on Saturday night at Progressive Field. It was the Royals’ first 1-0 win since June 22, 2018, when Danny Duffy and three relievers combined to beat the Astros in Houston. Ian Kennedy worked a 1-2-3 ninth ...

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