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  • Baseball | April 22, 2014

    Roadrunners rally to beat Wildcats, 5-2

    The Kansas State baseball team got off to a good start on Monday night, but when the Wildcats needed hits the most, they couldn’t come through. The Wildcats (22-19) lost 5-2 to Cal State-Bakersfield at Tointon Family Stadium, in a game that saw the

  • Women's Basketball | April 22, 2014

    Currie addresses K-State’s transfer policy

    Kansas State athletic director John Currie broke his silence on Tuesday and addressed the university’s transfer policy in a series of tweets aimed at defending K-State’s decision not to grant a release to All-Big 12 point guard Leti Romero. Currie spoke in general terms

  • Track & Field | April 21, 2014

    K-State track and field closes weekend road meets

    The Kansas State track and field team finished up a long weekend of competition with its final days of action at the Mt. SAC and Kansas Relays, as well as competing in the Beach Track and Field Invitational. Erica Twiss and Sonia Gaskin headlined the

  • Triangulate | April 21, 2014

    Bill Aye, the first basketball student-manager at K-State

    Bill Aye was born in Manhattan on Feb. 19, 1929 and lived at 410 Houston Street. His mother, Mary Adda Boone-Webb, daughter of Fred Boone, who owned the Gillett hotel right next door, met her husband Herbert Webb during a family vacation trip to Bay Lake, Minn. “My

  • Baseball | April 20, 2014

    Bears top Wildcats to avoid sweep


    Kansas State had its chances, but the Wildcats simply couldn’t capitalize in a 3-1 loss to Baylor on Saturday at Tointon Family Stadium. It was Baylor’s first road win since Feb. 14 at Arizona State — the Bears’ first road game of the season. “It

  • Tennis | April 20, 2014

    KSU tennis knocks off rival Jayhawks

    Playing in her final career home match, Kansas State senior Petra Niedermayerova capped her career in front of the largest crowd in Mike Goss Tennis Stadium history with a doubles and singles win to help the Wildcats to a 6-1 upset win over No. 63 Kansas

  • Rowing | April 20, 2014

    K-State rowing shines at SIRAs

    OAK RIDGE, Tenn. — The Kansas State women’s rowing team turned in an epic performance at the Southern Intercollegiate Rowing Association (SIRA) Championship Regatta, racking up five gold medals and one bronz on Saturday. Competing on Melton Hill Lake in Oak Ridge, Tenn., the Wildcats

  • Women's Basketball | April 18, 2014

    K-State rejects Romero’s appeal for release

    Leti Romero’s latest attempt to gain her release from Kansas State has been denied. Romero appeared before a university appeals committee on Wednesday to request a release from her scholarship, which would have allowed the All-Big 12 point guard to transfer to another school and

  • Baseball | April 18, 2014

    Five-run 6th pushes Cats past Bears


    It took awhile for Kansas State’s offense to wake up on Thursday against Baylor. But when it did, the Wildcats took off in an 8-2 win over the visiting Bears at Tointon Family Stadium. The win ended a five-game skid by the Wildcats (21-17, 3

  • Equestrian | April 18, 2014

    KSU equestrian team rallies to beat A&M

    WACO, Texas —  After falling behind early in the day, the No. 5-seed Kansas State equestrian team used a late comeback to defeat 12-seed Texas A&M, 8-7, to advance to the second round of the National Collegiate Equestrian Association competition. The Wildcats will

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