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  • Baseball | February 15, 2015

    K-State baseball opens season with two wins

    PORT CHARLOTTE, Fla. — The Kansas State baseball team found itself on both ends of a shutout Saturday, as the Wildcats blanked Pittsburgh, 7-0, in their first game of the day and then were kept off the scoreboard in a 5-0 loss to George Mason. The

  • Tennis | February 15, 2015

    Cats down Kangaroos, Hornets

    The Kansas State team swept through all of its competition in a home doubleheader Saturday, beating UMKC 4-0 in the morning before concluding the day with a 7-0 decision over Emporia State at the Body First Tennis and Fitness Center. In the first match of

  • Women's Basketball | February 15, 2015

    Thomson finding her way after two knee injuries


    It was only seven minutes. But seven minutes Kelly Thomson is likely not forgetting any time soon. The Kansas State sophomore made her way to the scorer’s table in the second half of the Wildcats’  blowout victory over Grambling this last December — the

  • Track & Field | February 15, 2015

    Cats impress in final day of Tyson Invitational

    Wildcats Christoff Bryan, Akela Jones and Kim Williamson excelled in the high jump, headlining an impressive closing effort by the Kansas State track and field team at the Tyson Invitational in Fayetteville, Ark. All three athletes made strong cases to make a return trip this

  • Football | February 13, 2015

    Change in man downfield rule could impact K-State

    The play still annoys many Alabama fans who are convinced it was illegal. No, not the Kick-Six that Auburn used to beat the Crimson Tide on the last play of the 2013 Iron Bowl. It was the touchdown the Tigers scored before the famous missed field

  • Men's Basketball | February 13, 2015

    K-State looks to slow red-hot Sooners

    The first time Kansas State faced Oklahoma this season, the Sooners were one of the hottest teams in the country. Oklahoma had just crushed Texas on the road when it returned home to take on a K-State team that just ended a three-game skid with

  • Track & Field | February 13, 2015

    K-State’s Kregers balances track, school and marriage


    Nothing has come easy for Reinis Kregers. When Kregers came to the United States — far from his native Latvia — he often struggled with his English and was unsure what was waiting for him in Manhattan. But the language he did speak fluently seemed to be

  • Women's Basketball | February 12, 2015

    Wildcats attack paint to beat TCU

    It’s been seven years since the Kansas State women’s basketball team last scored 90 points in a game. This year’s Wildcats don’t even average 60 points a game. Yet, on Wednesday night, K-State pounded out 54 points in the paint alone to come away

  • Men's Basketball | February 12, 2015

    K-State’s rally falls short in 76-72 loss at West Virginia


    Despite trailing by 11 at halftime, the Kansas State men’s basketball team grabbed the lead with 2:25 left on Wednesday at West Virginia. But after going on a 12-0 run to take the lead, the Wildcats were outscored 9-3 the rest of the way in a 76

  • Track & Field | February 12, 2015

    K-State’s Jones chases Olympic dreams


    Akela Jones knows what she wants to do and where she wants to go, eventually. If her start at Kansas State is any indication, the junior could be well on her way to getting there, too. “I just don’t want to be an Olympian,

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