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  • Reed named to IMPACT watch list

    Kansas State football junior defensive back D.

  • Shockers top K-State on walk-off homer

    Wichita State’s Luke Ritter hit a solo home run in the bottom of the ninth inning to give the Shockers a 3-2 walk-off victory over Kansas State Tuesday night at Eck Stadium.

K-State Sports Galleries

  • PHOTOS | FIELD WORK Fieldwork

    Workers put the final touches on the perimeter turf at Bill Snyder Family Stadium on Tuesday morning. This is part of Phase IV in the K-State Athletic Facility Master Plan. In addition to the turf, other improvements include a new sound system and updated video boards.

  • ‘Pure vanilla’ Spring171

    Purple runs past White to win 38-6


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  • SEATON: Laird, Del and ditching Manhappiness

    A mutual friend noted that Laird Veatch, in taking a job at Florida, joined a long list of K-Staters to leave.

  • Ksutrack1 Freshman helped pace Big 12 track title

    One of the only words that Kansas State track and field coach Cliff Rovelto could think of to describe freshman Nina Schultz’s progress this season is “unique.

  • Laird Veatch named executive associate AD at Florida

    Laird Veatch is leaving his role as deputy athletic director at Kansas State to join the athletic department at Florida.

  • K-State hits past KU in 10-3 win

    LAWRENCE — Fighting for its postseason life with just four games remaining, Kansas State doesn’t have much time to atone for past mistakes.

  • Ksuwomenstrack K-State women’s track and field wins Big 12 title

    Entering the final day of competition with a 16-point lead over the rest of the field, the 12th-ranked Kansas State women’s track and field team used individual titles from Nina Schultz (high jump) and Shadae Lawrence (discus) to help propel the Wildcats to the program’s third Big 12 Conference Outdoor Championship, and first since 2002, on Sunday at Rock Chalk Park in Lawrence.

  • KU comes back to down K-State, 6-4, win Game 2

    LAWRENCE — Jared Marolf has seen better days.

  • Kassanavoid wins Big 12 hammer throw title on Friday

    Junior Janee’ Kassanavoid saw her name on top of the hammer throw standings for the third time this season as she took home the Kansas State track and field team’s ninth women’s hammer throw title on day one of the Big 12 Championship at Rock Chalk Park.

  • Hoyt named head coach at UMKC

    Kansas State women’s basketball assistant coach Jacie Hoyt has resigned from Jeff Mittie’s coaching staff to accept the head coach position at UMKC.

  • K-State AD Taylor oversaw Iowa department in critical audit

    Missing iPads.

  • K-State maintains high APR marks

    Highlighted by Big 12-leading marks from the men’s golf and women’s cross country programs, all of Kansas State’s athletic teams met or exceeded the NCAA’s Academic Progress Rate multi-year standard for the sixth straight year as the NCAA released its latest Division I APR data from the 2015-16 academic year.

  • Snydertoteens Snyder to teens: Focus on what’s important to be successful

    To be successful, people need to determine their goals in life and how they are going to achieve them, Bill Snyder told Manhattan freshmen.

  • K-State track athletes earn academic honors

    The Kansas State track and field team had 20 student-athletes named to 2017 Academic All-Big 12 teams, the conference office announced on Tuesday.

  • SEATON: Sean back in play as next head coach

    There’s another new twist in the biggest parlor game in town: Who will replace Bill Snyder when he retires? The upshot: The Great Man Himself might get what he wants.

  • K-State drops rubber match with Oklahoma

    Kansas State’s nine seniors would be well served to have appreciated their club’s Senior Day win over Oklahoma on Saturday, because the Wildcats’ rubber match with Oklahoma on Sunday — K-State’s final home game of the year — likely will leave a sour taste in their mouths.

  • K-State assistant Hoyt to take head coaching job at UMKC

    Kansas State women’s basketball assistant coach Jacie Hoyt reportedly will be named the head coach at UMKC, according to media reports.


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