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Kansas State University
Found in Lawrence, a charming and fun city, the University of Kansas was established in 1865, and is the flagship university for the state of Kansas. KU, as it’s more commonly known, features a variety of graduate and undergraduate degree programs for its diverse student body.
Athletically, KU features 16 varsity level teams competing in the Big 12 Conference, and have a slew of fans across the state – from Parsons to Ottowa. The KU Jayhawks are most known for their prowess in men’s basketball.
Playing all home games at Allen Fieldhouse, the KU Jayhawks have been a dominant force in the men’s game, winning a slew of conference championships and three national titles in 1952, 1988, and 2008. The Lady Jayhawks also play their home games at Allen Fieldhouse.
During the fall, head to Memorial Stadium and join more than 50,000 screaming Jayhawk football fans as they cheer on their favorite Big 12 team. Fans travel in on game day from cities like Olathe, and Kansas City to catch all the buzz and excitement of Jayhawks football.
College baseball fans in the Sunflower State make their way to Hoglund Ballpark, home field of the KU Jayhawks baseball team. Many fans travel in during the spring from Topeka for a chance to be part of the crowd of nearly 2,500 fans.
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