The Kansas State women are headed back to the postseason, selected Monday night to play in the Women’s National Invitational Tournament and host Akron in the first round Thursday night. This will be the Wildcats’ first trip to the postseason since the 2012-13 season
After playing its last eight games at home, the Kansas State baseball team will be heading out on the road for a week of games in Texas. First up, the Wildcats (10-9) will be headed to Stephen F. Austin (6-15) for a game tonight at 6:30.
A costly error hit the Kansas State outfield at the worst possible time Sunday afternoon in the Wildcats’ 10-7 loss to Missouri State at Tointon Family Stadium. It happened right after the Wildcats had fought back from a four-run deficit to tie it in the
A razor thin margin in doubles provided an exciting start to Sunday’s match between Kansas State and No. 17 Texas Tech at Mike Goss Tennis Stadium. But the Lady Raiders held off the Wildcats in singles to send K-State to its third straight loss with
FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. — A’Keyla Mitchell smashed the 200-meter school record en route to a fifth-place finish in the event final, as the Kansas State track and field team wrapped up competition at the NCAA Division-I Indoor Track and Field Championships on Saturday. On the day,
Scoring double-digit runs for the fourth time in the last six games, the Kansas State baseball team beat Missouri State, 10-6, on Saturday at Tointon Family Stadium to clinch the three-game series entering Sunday’s finale. Nate Griep pitched K-State to a 4-0 win over
The Kansas State women’s tennis team looked to win its 2015 Big 12 home debut and run its home win streak to five matches on Friday at Mike Goss Tennis Stadium, but No. 27 TCU held back the Wildcats’ upset bid with a 4-0 win. TCU captured
MISSOULA, Mont. — Northern Colorado held a healthy 13-point lead over Montana in the first half of the Big Sky Conference women’s championship game on Saturday. But after a 20-4 run in the second half and an unlikely hero in senior Maggie Rickman, Montana became
Dean Wade’s high school career came to a close Saturday night in the same place his college career will begin in just a few months. For Wade, it couldn’t be any better. The St. John-product won his third straight Class 2A title — beating
Jordy Nelson championed the Little Apple in a national broadcast Wednesday. Nelson, a Manhattan native and former K-State football walk-on, called in to the Dan Patrick Show to set the record straight on which Manhattan is the best - New York’s or Kansas’. “I
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