Sports

Rock Chalk Champions! KU wins it all
Kansas 72, North Carolina 69: Your Kansas Jayhawks are the 2022 National Champions!
Parade

Kansas Men’s Basketball hosted a championship parade on Sunday, April 10 at 2 p.m, presented by FNBO. The parade took place in downtown Lawrence, with thousands of Jayhawk fans lining the blocks from 6th street to 19th street.

 

Watch a video of the parade, with drone footage provided by Drone Lawrence

 

For more information, visit kuathletics.com

Where can I get a newspaper?

University Daily Kansan: 
Students, faculty and staff can get a copy for free with a KU ID at Stauffer-Flint Hall. Alumni and fans can purchase a copy through the KU Bookstore.

 

Lawrence Journal-World: 

 

Multiple editions of the Lawrence Journal-World, including an upcoming special section, are available for purchase at shop.lawrence.com.

Where can I buy merchandise?

Check out the KU Bookstore, the official merchandise partner of the KU Alumni Association for all your championship gear!

The Storm of Mass Street

Mass Street was flooded with an estimated 70,000 Kansas Jayhawk fans on Apr. 4 after KU won the 2022 National Championship and our friends at Drone Lawrence were there to capture the scene!  

 

Add their print to your collection today.

KU Endowment 2022 National Championship Fund

From Chancellor Doug Girod and Athletics Director Travis Goff—

Jayhawks are champions both on and off the court. As evidenced by its alumni, faculty, staff and students, KU routinely excels in research and discovery, teaching, patient care, and yes, in athletics. The accomplishments of Jayhawks near and far are an important part in building upon the legacy that is our sustained excellence. We are proud to celebrate and share in these triumphs as one institution.

 

As we look ahead, it will take all Jayhawks to unite and demonstrate their commitment to build upon our success. Private support has enabled our student-athletes to compete at the highest level and on the biggest stages.

 

Please join us in honoring this achievement with a gift to the 2022 National Championship Fund and help us continue our winning tradition!

 

*All donations made to the 2022 National Championship Fund are 100 percent tax deductible and do not qualify for Williams Education Fund membership or priority points

Jayhawk License Plates

Show your pride for our National Champions anywhere you go by displaying a Jayhawk license plate on your car.

 

In Kansas, Jayhawk license plates are available to all alumni, family, friends and fans at your county treasurer’s office, or, for Johnson County residents, at the DMV. The KU license plate can be used on your passenger motor vehicle, motorcycle, recreation vehicle (RV), or non-commercial truck.

 

The license plate program helps support the Jayhawk Career Network and academic excellence.

 

Official Jayhawk license plates are also available in Maryland and Texas.

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