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  • Track & Field | May 20, 2016

    Shadae Lawrence named Outstanding Big 12 freshman

    Fresh off of winning her first Big 12 title, freshman thrower Shadae Lawrence was named Big 12 Outstanding Freshman of the Year on Thursday. This is the second straight year that a Wildcat has taken home the yearly honor after A’Keyla Mitchell and Christoff Bryan swept

  • Football | May 19, 2016

    K-State’s Barnett on Lott IMPACT watch list

    For a second-consecutive season, Kansas State senior safety Dante Barnett was one of 42 players nationally to be named to the Lott IMPACT Trophy watch list, the Pacific Club IMPACT Foundation has announced. IMPACT stands for integrity, maturity, performance, academics, community and tenacity. Barnett’s honor

  • Men's Basketball | May 19, 2016

    Bruce Weber hires Korn as assistant

    The Kansas State men’s basketball staff has finally filled its opening, and with a familiar face, too. CBS Sports’ Jon Rothstein reports K-State coach Bruce Weber tabbed Missouri State’s Brad Korn as his new assistant. K-State would not confirm the hire on Thursday

  • Track & Field | May 19, 2016

    K-State women ranked 5th in latest national poll

    After a successful weekend at the Big 12 Championship, the Kansas State track and field women’s team moved up four spots in the Inited States Track & Field and Cross County Coaches Association national rankings to No. 5 in the country, the organization announced on Tuesday.

  • Track & Field | May 19, 2016

    Bryan earns Hero of the Week honor

    Sophomore Christoff Bryan’s stellar performance at the Ward Haylett Invitational earned him Hero Sports’ Hero of the Week honors, the sports media site announced on Monday. Bryan won the award after receiving over 45 percent of the vote necessary to be named for the website’

  • Football | May 18, 2016

    Currie thinks about Snyder future often

    During John Currie’s seven years at Kansas State, the status of football coach Bill Snyder has undoubtedly been the biggest question. Snyder returned to his position at the head of the Wildcat football program in 2009 a little more than five months before Currie came

  • Football | May 18, 2016

    Kill gets new chance with K-State

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    Jerry Kill’s health forced him to step away from the occupation he loved. Now, he’ll get a chance at a fresh start that keeps him close to the game of football. Kansas State announced it hired the Kansas native and former Minnesota head

  • Football | May 18, 2016

    Burns retires to pursue career in ministry

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    Eleven days after signing a rookie contract as an undrafted free agent, former Kansas State kick returner Morgan Burns retired from the NFL on Tuesday to pursue a career in ministry. The Titans placed Burns on the reserved/retired list Tuesday after his agent, Brandon

  • May 17, 2016

    Currie likes direction of K-State, Big 12

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    Despite a down year for Kansas State’s three most prominent sports and an uncertain path for the Big 12 Conference, K-State athletic director John Currie remains optimistic about the future. Currie held a roundtable with members of the media on Monday, speaking about a number

  • May 17, 2016

    Jerry Kill named associate AD at K-State

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    Jerry Kill is coming back to Kansas. Kansas State athletic director John Currie announced the former Minnesota head coach has been named associate athletic director for administration. Kill is a Cheney native whose 32-year football coaching career spanned 156 wins as a head coach. In his

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