The Kansas State women’s tennis team advanced to the quarterfinals of the Big 12 Tennis Championship for the second year in a row by defeating Iowa State, 4-0, on Thursday.Baseball
Kansas State isn’t exactly known for its power, but the Wildcats found an outlet on Wednesday night.Football
The Hampshire Honor Society, which began in 2007, recognizes college football players from all divisions who maintained a cumulative 3.2 GPA or better throughout their college career.
Bill Snyder, who once referred to the internet as “electronic cyberspace world,” has joined Twitter. The account, @CoachBillSnyder, quickly gained followers, with 8,654 as of Tuesday morning.
Dante Barnett planned to lead Kansas State’s defense for one last season and then take his shot at the NFL. But nothing went according to plan last season for the K-State safety.
The Kansas State men’s and women’s track and field teams took top honors at the seventh annual Mark A.Chapman Powercat Choice Awards on Monday.
For just a moment, it seemed Neosho County forward Freddie McSwain Jr. was coming to Kansas State. McSwain briefly picked up a K-State hat and held it in his hands before announcing his decision on Sunday at a ceremony in Chanute.
In some ways, Kansas State’s series-clinching 10-4 win over Baylor on Sunday at Tointon Family Stadium was a continued relief of the doldrums facing the Wildcats no less than three weeks ago.
Kansas State women’s tennis captured the doubles point against Oklahoma on Sunday, but the Sooners seized four singles matches to win the dual, 4-2.
Kansas State junior women’s golfer Madison Talley fired her second under-par round of the 2016 Big 12 Championship on Sunday as she finished in fourth place with a 54-hole score of 2-under par 214.
SAN ANTONIO — Staying consistent with a score of 6-over-par 294 on Saturday, the Kansas State women’s golf team remains in fifth place following second-round play at the 2016 Big 12 Championship at Dominion Country Club.
Bill Snyder says he truly doesn’t know who will be his starting quarterback next season. If Saturday’s spring game was any indication, Kansas State’s Hall of Fame coach is telling the truth.
Both the Purple and the White held their own in a game played far more evenly than in most years, with the Purple taking the win, 35-21.
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