Emporia State celebrated Senior Day with a win over Northeastern State but the Riverhawks took game two at Glennen Field.
Kansas softball picked up a sweep against UMKC as the Jayhawks won both games via shutouts.
The Royals and Tigers allowed 13 combined walks but it was Detroit who won at Comerica Park.
The Jayhawks stepped out of Big 12 play and defeated Baker University on Wednesday night in Lawrence.
Missouri Western captured the MIAA regular season title as the Ichabods fell in a doubleheader against the Griffons.
The Kansas City Chiefs have the number one overall pick in the 2013 NFL Draft and the team could make history on Thursday night.
Tuesday's matchup between the Royals and Tigers was postponed due to rain in Detroit. No makeup date was announced.
Washburn golfer Trey Siegel earned the MIAA Freshman of the Year and joined Sam Schulte on All-MIAA squad.
Topeka native Robbie Rea earned the Big 12 Player of the Week award after hitting three home runs for Oklahoma State.
Shawnee Heights soccer battled the elements and prevailed with a 3-1 victory over Seaman.
Washburn Rural's Andrew Beckler carded a 73 after 18 holes and carried the momentum for a city golf title at Topeka Country Club.
Kansas State guard Angel Rodriguez leaves the Wildcat program after spending two seasons in Manhattan.
Kansas State high jumper Erik Kynard posted the No. 1 jump in the world this season outdoors on Saturday.
Lorenzo Cain drew a walk with two outs and the bases loaded in the 10th inning to complete the Royals' sweep of a day-night doubleheader.
Freshmen Blake McFadden and Jake Matthys kept the Oklahoma State hitters at bay throughout the afternoon.
Texas Tech cleanup hitter Jarrard Poteete went 4-for-5 with a double and three RBIs.
The Emporia State football team wrapped up their 2013 spring practices with the annual spring game in front of nearly 500 fans on Saturday n…
Ervin Santana pitched seven strong innings and the Kansas City Royals ended Boston's seven-game winning streak
Emporia State was 10-2 last season, with a 9-2 conference record to finish in second in the MIAA.
Kansas City manager Ned Yost saw his bullpen retire David Ortiz in a big spot. The problem was reliever Kelvin Herrera made a bigger mistake…