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#2040498 - 04/21/19 10:09 PM KU tennis WIN BIG XII Championship!
Kman_blue Offline
Wilt Chamberlain

Registered: 08/31/08
Loc: Kansas
Congratulations to the KU women's tennis team! Beat Texas in the finals to win the Big XII 2019 championship!! UT was ranked #2 in the country too...which I'm thinking should make KU #1 now. LOL
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#2040502 - 04/22/19 10:51 AM Re: KU tennis WIN BIG XII Championship! [Re: Kman_blue]
appyhawk Offline
Wilt Chamberlain

Registered: 05/17/04
Loc: Flint Hills
Congrats indeed! That is a significant accomplishment. Tejas and OK are basically year rounders with high caliber off season coaching camps available that Kansas cannot match without tripping to Florida or California for high dollar stays. Serious woohoo for the Ks lady tennis team.
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#2040505 - 04/22/19 12:46 PM Re: KU tennis WIN BIG XII Championship! [Re: appyhawk]
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Wilt Chamberlain

Registered: 08/31/08
Loc: Kansas
While OK is certainly a bit warmer on average than KS during the winter, it still ain't nowhere near being FL or even most of TX either. It's not much different playing in 40ºF vs. 45ºF(roughly coldest average highs in KS vs. OK) or 20ºF vs. 25ºF(roughly coldest average lows). I'd imagine most people would be playing indoors in both states during the winter anyways.

I've heard KU has a really good head coach and excellent recruiter on staff who finds a lot of players internationally too. If they stick around, it sounds like we should be good for a while.
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#2040506 - 04/22/19 01:13 PM Re: KU tennis WIN BIG XII Championship! [Re: Kman_blue]
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Wilt Chamberlain

Registered: 05/17/04
Loc: Flint Hills
Maybe that coach could give Self some recruiting tips? smile
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