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  • Columns |General Activities | May 04, 2015

    Cameron: Royals-Tigers split means very little right now

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    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — So the mighty, four-time division champ Tigers have come and gone. And what we do know? Anything new? Nah, because tough as it might be to accept in this age of instant gratification, baseball remains a marathon and not a sprint. No

  • Football | May 04, 2015

    Lockett’s departure leaves holes

    KANSAS CITY, Kan. — Tyler Lockett is a megastar, the type of wunderkind that comes along only so often to the Flint Hills. The wide receiver/kick returner from Kansas State was selected in the third round on Friday night, the 69th overall pick by the

  • Baseball | May 04, 2015

    Cats rout Red Wolves to take series

    Kansas State junior Tyler Moore said the Wildcats found a renewed confidence this past weekend. Of course, putting up 28 runs in two days will do that for a ball club. The Wildcats blasted Arkansas State again Sunday afternoon in Tointon Family Stadium for a 12-6

  • Baseball | May 03, 2015

    Wildcats rout Arkansas State, 16-5

    After falling apart late Friday night and giving up big innings in the seventh and ninth frames in its loss to Arkansas State, the Kansas State baseball team rebounded with fury Saturday afternoon in a 16-5 win at Tointon Family Stadium. This time, the Wildcats (22

  • May 03, 2015

    K-State signs AD Currie to extension through 2020

    Kansas State athletic director John Currie signed a restructured contract Friday that includes an extension through the 2020 academic year and increases his base salary to $775,000 annually. The agreement adds one year to Currie’s current contract, while also providing more guaranteed money by reducing athletically

  • Men's Basketball | May 03, 2015

    Former Cats barnstorm Manhattan

    It’s not often Flint Hills-area high school athletes get the chance to play pick-up basketball with professional and Division-I college basketball players. The KSU Barnstorming Tour’s stop in Manhattan Saturday evening made that possible. Manhattan High senior Pierson McAtee (right) dunks in front

  • Track & Field | May 03, 2015

    K-State track competes at Rock Chalk Classic

    LAWRENCE — The Kansas State track and field team notched solid efforts on both the track and in the field for a strong overall performance at the Rock Chalk Classic on Saturday in Lawrence. Dani Winters eclipsed the 17-meter mark in the shot put for the

  • Football | May 01, 2015

    Lockett drafted by Seahawks in 3rd round

    Tyler Lockett is headed to Seattle. Kansas State’s record-breaking wide receiver and return specialist was drafted Friday night in the third round of the NFL Draft — 69th overall — by the Seattle Seahawks. Seattle traded up with Washington to grab Lockett with the fifth pick

  • Baseball | May 01, 2015

    Bauman: Goofy Brown a good fit for Wildcats

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    Just before visiting with the media Thursday afternoon, Max Brown looked over to his teammate, Alex Bee, for approval and asked, “Accent?” Brown, a towering center fielder for Kansas State at 6-foot-6, then asked Bee another question. “Australian?” he inquired. Bee grinned and again approved.

  • Women's Basketball | May 01, 2015

    K-State women to play Auburn, Missouri

    The Big 12 and Southeastern conferences announced an extension of their women’s basketball challenge on Thursday that will expand to 10 games in 2016 and 2017. K-State will host Auburn in the 2016 non-conference schedule and will travel to Missouri to face the Tigers in the 2017 non-conference season.


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