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UMKC professor Dr. Amy Patel (middle) accepts the Chiefs Fan of the Year from Chiefs CEO Clark Hunt (right) and NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell (left).
//Photo submitted by Amy Patel

UMKC Professor Nominated as NFL Fan of the Year

Akash Guruswany, Writer
November 10, 2022

  The Kansas City Chiefs nominated UMKC’s very own professor Dr. Amy Patel as the 2022 NFL Fan of the Year.   Patel represents the Chiefs in the Ultimate Fan of the Year polls hosted by the National Football League. She will face 31 other super-fans from all NFL teams.  "We...

KC Current Stadium Groundbreaking Party

KC Current Stadium Groundbreaking Party

Roo News
October 26, 2022

The Kansas City Current will host the first stadium designed specifically for women's soccer. The first step in their historical process began with the groundbreaking event hosted by the owners of the organization. Photos by Manny Morales.

Kansas City Current, groundbreaking, riverfront park

Kansas City Current Makes History In A Groundbreaking Event

Savannah Moore, Writer
October 25, 2022

  Kansas City made history as they broke ground for the first-ever stadium, solely dedicated to women's soccer.   Currently, there are 27 soccer stadiums in the United States. Zero of those stadiums were built specifically for the National Women's Soccer League....

The Kansas City Royals are seeking a new skipper for the upcoming season. (Photo provided by USA Today)

Five Potential Managers for the Royals

Jackson Ogden, Writer
October 17, 2022

  Mike Matheny is out as Royals manager after posting a 165-219 record in three seasons with the team.   Although there was some noticeable improvement from years one to two in Matheny’s tenure, year three saw the Royals' win total drop from 74 to 65, signaling...

Kansas City Royals

UMKC Student Pushed By Davante Adams During Chiefs Game

Cristian Martinez, Sports Editor
October 12, 2022

Update: Davante Adams has been cited for assault, according to Kansas City Municipal Court records. He deleted his statement from Twitter on Oct. 13. In a viral clip, Las Vegas Raiders wide receiver Davante Adams shoved an ESPN cameraman. The crew member identified...

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