Kansas State athletic director John Currie announced the athletic department’s budget for the fiscal year 2016 on Tuesday — presenting a balanced budget of $70.1 million — in his regular letter to fans.Track & Field
Kansas State’s Kim Williamson cleared 5-11.50 on her way to a second straight Jamaican National Senior Championships high jump title — while several other current Wildcat track and field athletes competed at the USATF Outdoor Track & Field Championships.Football
Ryan Mueller watched the NFL Draft anxiously waiting for his name to be called.Men's Basketball
The sacred text arrived at dusk on a Thursday in November. I opened the package and found a 216-page, red hardbound book with worn buckram corners that brought to mind something used to teach high school geometry 50 years ago.
Jeff Mittie probably could not have asked for a better first season in Manhattan.
Kansas State women’s rowing announced the hiring of Hanna Wiltfong as assistant coach for the upcoming 2015-16 season.
Longtime K-State fan and athletics donor George Breidenthal died Tuesday, according to a report from the athletics department.
The Kansas State women’s basketball team and head coach Jeff Mittie will host a group skill instructional camp during three sessions in August.
The Kansas State track and field team announced the signing of three additional student-athletes to National Letters of Intent for the 2016 season.
Kansas State coach Bruce Weber made his feelings about the new 30-second shot clock known during a summer meeting with media last week.
Kansas State is closing in on yet another season sellout for the 2015 campaign, which would run its consecutive streak of filling Bill Snyder Family Stadium to 27 straight games, as a very limited number of tickets remain.
Senior Meggie Murray was honored by the Big 12 Conference, earning Scholar-Athlete of the Year honors for women’s rowing.
Three members of the Kansas State athletic department will have new titles for the upcoming year.
To hear Kansas State coach Bruce Weber talk about it, one might think last year’s Wildcats were just a group of guys throwing around a basketball two nights a week.