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  • Men's Basketball | March 04, 2014

    Cats lose edge with Spradling on bench


    STILLWATER, Okla. — Will Spradling’s reaction told the whole story. With Oklahoma State’s Markel Brown driving to the basket, Spradling tried to step inside and help the defense by defending a jump shot near the rim. Officials blew Spradling for his second foul with 15:10

  • Women's Basketball | March 04, 2014

    Leti Romero named Freshman of the Week

    K-State’s Leti Romero put together one of her strongest weeks of the season for K-State, helping the Wildcats to a road win at its rival Kansas. For her efforts, she was named the Big 12 Freshman of the Week for the fourth time this season

  • Football | March 04, 2014

    K-State football announces player representatives

    Fourteen K-State football players have been named player representatives for the 2014 season, head coach Bill Snyder announced Saturday. Dante Barnett, Travis Britz, Jack Cantele, Dalton Converse, Randall Evans, B.J. Finney, Weston Hiebert, Tyler Lockett, Ryan Mueller, Curry Sexton, Boston Stiverson, Jonathan Truman, Jake Waters

  • Baseball | March 04, 2014

    K-State baseball game at Nebraska postponed

    K-State’s baseball game at Nebraska today has been postponed due to field conditions not suitable for playing in cold temperatures. No makeup date has been announced at this time. K-State (4-7) will open its 2014 home schedule on Friday against Iowa (9-1) at 3 p.m.

  • Baseball | March 04, 2014

    Ross Kivett named Player of the Week

    K-State second baseman Ross Kivett was named Big 12 Player of the Week for the period ending March 2, the conference office announced Monday afternoon. It is the senior’s first career conference player of the week honor. Kivett tied for the Big 12-lead with a .500 (6 for 12)

  • Men's Basketball | March 03, 2014

    Southwell looking for strong finish


    Two years ago, around this time, Shane Southwell didn’t know where his future was headed. The Wildcats had just been knocked out of the NCAA tournament by Syracuse, and Kansas State’s short two-game stint in the Big Dance was marred by the controversial

  • March 03, 2014

    Currie: No timetable for latest project

    With the record $60 million gift from the Vanier family last week — $20 million going to athletics — Kansas State AD John Currie would like to begin Phase III of the football stadium renovation, “sooner, rather than later.” Yet, Currie said Saturday night there is no timetable for

  • Women's Basketball | March 03, 2014

    KSU to honor seniors in final home game


    There is no All-American. No All-Big 12 selection and no 1,000-point scorer in this group. It’s fair to say none of the Kansas State women’s basketball team’s three seniors are considered household names. But the contributions of Chantay Caron, Katya Leick and Ashlynn

  • Baseball | March 03, 2014

    K-State baseball wins third straight

    ABILENE, Texas — Jared Moore’s first quality start and a Wildcat offense that reached double-digit hits for the third straight game led the Kansas State baseball team to an 8-3 win over Missouri State late Saturday night at Crutcher Scott Field. It was the third

  • Men's Basketball | March 02, 2014

    Wildcats outlast Cyclones, 80-73

    Every time Kansas State did something positive on Saturday, Iowa State seemed to answer. Whether it was the Cyclones coming back from an early 11-point deficit in the first half, or closing the gap to tie the game at 69 with two minutes to play, 15th-ranked

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