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  • Volleyball | June 18, 2016

    Schick joins K-State volleyball as walk-on

    Maureen Schick, an all-state defensive specialist/libero out of Green Bay, Wisconsin, will join K-State volleyball as a walk-on, head coach Suzie Fritz announced. A product of Notre Dame Academy (WI), Schick lettered in four years with the Tritons. She helped lead Notre Dame to

  • Track & Field | June 18, 2016

    Njadoe to compete at Brooks PR Invitational

    Kansas State track and field signee Wurrie Njadoe will open competition at the prestigious Brooks PR Invitational, held at Renton Memorial Stadium in Renton, Washington, on Saturday. The future Wildcat, who will be competing in the 100 meter dash, will run at the meet at 5:10 p.

  • Columns |Football | June 16, 2016

    Cameron: Baylor wrong to consider Briles’ return

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    Unthinkable. It took some considerable thought to produce the best possible word to describe the possibility that Art Briles might be reinstated as Baylor football coach in 2017 after a one-year suspension. For the record, there were plenty of other candidates in the dictionary. How about “

  • Women's Basketball | June 15, 2016

    K-State WBB announces non-conference slate

    Kansas State women’s basketball coach Jeff Mittie announced the 2016-17 non-conference schedule on Tuesday. The Wildcats’ non-conference slate includes seven home games with a visit from four-time defending NCAA champion Connecticut. “This is the most challenging non-conference schedule in my time at K-State and

  • Women's Basketball | June 14, 2016

    Mittie likes look of Wildcat team

    Coming off of a second-round loss in the NCAA tournament and with most of the team returning, there’s a lot for Kansas State coach Jeff Mittie to like. The Wildcats return four starters and plenty of experience next season and add a class of

  • Track & Field | June 11, 2016

    Jones falls short in heptathlon at NCAAs

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    Despite holding the lead going into the final event, Kansas State’s Akela Jones finished third in the heptathlon at the NCAA Track and Field Championships on Saturday in Eugene, Ore. Jones entered Saturday’s competition sitting in first place after four events on Friday.

  • Women's Basketball | June 11, 2016

    K-State women’s basketball to host summer event

    Kansas State Athletics is inviting fans to meet the 2016-17 women’s basketball team and coaching staff at a special summer event on June 19 from 4-6 p.m., in Bramlage Coliseum. Activities for all ages at the event will include: face painting, a photo booth

  • Baseball | June 11, 2016

    Benenati, Duensing selected on Day 2 of MLB Draft

    Kansas State senior pitcher Lucas Benenati was the lone Wildcat letterwinner taken on Day 2 of the Major League Baseball Draft as the right-hander was selected by the Cincinnati Reds in the 10th round (288th overall) on Friday. Benenati was joined by K-State signee Cole Duensing

  • Football | June 10, 2016

    ESPN: Wabash Big 12’s best pregame

    ESPN has picked Kansas State’s pregame playing of “Wabash Cannonball” as one of the best in college football and tops in the Big 12. In a college football roundup on Wednesday, ESPN writers commented on the best football pregame traditions in each Power 5 conference. ESPN’

  • Men's Basketball | June 10, 2016

    K-State men’s basketball to travel to Italy, Switzerland in August

    Kansas State will get a jump start on its preparations for the 2016-17 men’s basketball season with a 10-day trip to Italy and Switzerland in August during which it will play five games. The Wildcats will depart on Aug. 8 and return Aug. 19 touring the

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