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  • Men's Basketball | March 23, 2014

    Kentucky bounces Cats from tourney

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    ST. LOUIS — The way the game was billed, it seemed like Kentucky would beat Kansas State in a blowout. But the Wildcats wouldn’t let it go that easy on Friday, fighting all the way up until the final seconds in a 56-49 loss in

  • Men's Basketball | March 23, 2014

    K-State looks ahead to next season

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    ST. LOUIS — Although Kansas State was disappointed with the end to its season, it was hard for the returning players to ignore what’s on the horizon. The Wildcats will lose four seniors and just three contributors, while welcoming in two transfers and a junior

  • Baseball | March 23, 2014

    Sooners rout K-State, 11-2

    NORMAN, Okla. — The Kansas State baseball team grabbed an early first-inning lead, but after leaving 11 runners on base, the Wildcats lost to Oklahoma 11-2 on Saturday at L. Dale Mitchell Park. The loss to the Sooners (18-6, 2-0 Big 12) was the Wildcats’ second in as

  • Tennis | March 23, 2014

    K-State tennis loses at UCSB

    SANTA BARBARA, Calif. — Kansas State senior Petra Niedermayerova became the first player in school history to win 100 career singles matches on Saturday, but the Kansas State tennis team was unable to hold off UC Santa Barbara, losing 4-3. The loss ended a three-match winning streak

  • Men's Basketball | March 21, 2014

    KSU rides underdog feel into tonight’s matchup

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    ST. LOUIS — Anyone who has watched NCAA tournament coverage in the last week might have heard the same thing: The Kentucky-Wichita State matchup will be tough for the Shockers. That approach writes off the season Kansas State has had, and what the Wildcats feel they

  • Men's Basketball | March 21, 2014

    All eyes on Foster on national stage

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    ST. LOUIS — When Kansas State lost at Kansas in January, something changed in Marcus Foster. After that, the K-State freshman consistently played his best basketball against teams that were among the top 50 RPI in the country. Whether it was 18 points in a win over Oklahoma, 34

  • Men's Basketball | March 21, 2014

    Iwundu set for reunion with Harrison twins

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    ST. LOUIS — Their fathers have spent much of the last week telling the story, but on Thursday, it was their turn. Aaron and Andrew Harrison, Kentucky’s twin freshmen guards, will meet up with a guy they consider to be a brother when they play

  • Women's Basketball | March 20, 2014

    Mittie arrives, eager to get started

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    Jeff Mittie knows exactly what his record was a year ago — TCU’s first year in the Big 12 — and believes he knows how he got it turned around this past season. While the Horned Frogs were seventh in the Big 12 this season at 8-10 — earning

  • Baseball | March 20, 2014

    Wildcats top Air Force, win 12th straight

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    For the third time in the last five games, the Kansas State baseball team shut out its opponent, as the Wildcats beat Air Force 4-0 on Wednesday at Tointon Family Stadium. K-State (13-7) ended its first set of home games this season with a two-game

  • Women's Basketball | March 19, 2014

    Mittie named K-State women’s basketball coach

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    Kansas State athletic director John Currie promised to move quickly in his national search for a new women’s basketball coach. Currie did just that, announcing Tuesday in a press release that Jeff Mittie has taken over the program just 10 days after Deb Patterson was

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