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  • Equestrian | February 01, 2015

    K-State equestrian loses second straight

    MARTIN, Tenn. — The sixth-ranked Kansas State equestrian team hoped to bounce back from its first loss of the spring season, but Tennessee-Martin defended its home turf on Saturday afternoon at the Ned McWherter Agriculture Pavilion with an 11-9 victory over the Wildcats. The Wildcats struggled

  • Tennis | February 01, 2015

    Buffs snap K-State tennis’ win streak

    BOULDER, Colo.  — The 66th-ranked Kansas State tennis team looked to extend its win streak to three over Colorado on Saturday, but the Buffaloes blanked the Wildcats, 4-0, at the Millennium Hotel Harvest House. Due to an injury to Sara Castellano, head coach Danielle Steinberg

  • Men's Basketball | February 01, 2015

    Gipson shines in final visit to the Phog

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    LAWRENCE — Thomas Gipson is no stranger to James Naismith Court. The Kansas State senior has seen minutes on it since he was a freshman, and like his team, has had little to show for it. Gipson had zero points in 13 minutes his first year, zero

  • Men's Basketball | January 30, 2015

    Wildcats brace for Jayhawks

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    The last time Kansas State traveled to Lawrence, the game spiraled out of control in the first half, with rival Kansas leading 45-28 by halftime. K-State’s young group was frazzled and Marcus Foster was held to seven points as the Jayhawks cruised to the

  • Women's Basketball | January 30, 2015

    Wildcats look to end road skid

    The Kansas State women’s basketball team tackled one of its losing streaks Wednesday night, snapping a four-game skid with a win over Oklahoma State. K-State looks to halt another one Saturday afternoon when it travels to Lubbock, Texas, to face Texas Tech at 3 p.

  • Women's Basketball | January 29, 2015

    K-State survives, edges OSU in overtime

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    Jeff Mittie thought it was good. The Kansas State coach has never been so happy to be wrong. Oklahoma State’s Lakota Beatty buried a deep, desperation 3-pointer that was closer to the half-court line than the arc as the clock hit zeros in overtime

  • Women's Basketball | January 29, 2015

    Woods has double-double in OT victory

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    Ashia Woods can’t remember the last time she attempted 16 free throws — not in her collegiate career or during her high school days at Wichita Collegiate. But on Wednesday night in a 52-51 overtime victory against Oklahoma State, the Kansas State senior did just that —

  • Football | January 29, 2015

    Derricott confirms transfer from KSU

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    When Kansas State landed D’Vonta Derricott, it looked like the Wildcats had found their next impact linebacker. A highly touted junior college player at Garden City Community College, Derricott never saw the field for the Wildcats this season as the Wildcats used his redshirt.

  • Men's Basketball | January 28, 2015

    WVU defense stifles Cats

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    Marcus Foster wasn’t sharp, Nino Williams got hurt early, Kansas State couldn’t make free throws and West Virginia’s defensive pressure was relentless. The 17th-ranked Mountaineers played 40 minutes of full-court pressure defense and forced the Wildcats into 25 turnovers on the way to a 65

  • Men's Basketball | January 28, 2015

    Harris plays big minutes in Nino’s absence

    Kansas State freshman Malek Harris said earlier this season he’d always been aware of Nino Williams’ on-again, off-again knee problems. But going into Tuesday night’s game against No. 17 West Virginia, Williams had been on fire — scoring a combined 60 points in the last three

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