Texas Tech now stands at 22-20 on the season and at 8-8 in Big 12 Conference play.
Tonight's loss to Kansas snaps Texas Tech's four-game win streak.
Tonight's game against the Jayhawks marked the 42nd meeting between the two schools. Tech leads the all-time series 26-16.
Tonight's loss at Hoglund Ballpark was Tech's fifth straight dating back to the 2006 season. Tech's last win here was an 8-6 decision on April 8, 2006.
Texas Tech played error free tonight for the fifth consecutive game.
Texas Tech's four doubles on the night gives the Red Raiders 113 on the season. When the NCAA stats were posted on Monday, Tech was tied for third nationally with Pittsburg at 104.
Tonight's 10-2 loss to Kansas gives Texas Tech head coach Dan Spencer a career record of 47-52 and a 20-23 career total in Big 12 play.
Senior center fielder Taylor Ashby belted his 43rd career double in the fifth inning and is now in sole possession of fifth place on the school's career doubles list.
Freshman RHP Brandon Petite logged four innings of relief work which set a new season high. He previously worked a long of 2 1/3 relief innings against Jacksonville State back on Feb. 21.
Sophomore Scott LeJeune hit his 23rd double of the season with one out in the eighth inning. His 23 doubles lead the Big 12 and he is just six away from tying the school record for most in a single season.