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  • Baseball | February 17, 2014

    Kivett named to Golden Spikes list

    For the first time in his career, Kansas State’s Ross Kivett has been named to the Golden Spikes Preseason Watch List, USA Baseball announced on Friday. The Golden Spikes award, sponsored by Major League Baseball, is annually given to the nation’s top amateur

  • Equestrian | February 17, 2014

    Equestrian team falls at Oklahoma State

    The fourth-ranked Kansas State equestrian team saw its four-meet winning streak come to an end on Saturday after dropping a 13-6 decision to No. 6 Oklahoma State in Stillwater, Okla. Rachel Webster earned Most Outstanding Player (MOP) accolades in the loss. K-State’s Hunter Seat team

  • Golf | February 17, 2014

    K-State women’s golf 10th at Florida State

    The Kansas State women’s golf team finished 10th with a three-round score of 59-over-par 923 following Sunday’s final round of the Florida State Matchup at the par-72, 7,172-yard Southwood Golf Club in Tallahassee, Fla. The Wildcats tallied eight birdies on the day en route

  • Track & Field | February 17, 2014

    Twiss, Winters lead Wildcats in Ames

    After an impressive first day in Ames, Iowa, the K-State track and field team’s final day at the Iowa State Classic was highlighted by first-place finishes from Erica Twiss and Dani Winters. The Wildcats racked up nine top-five finishes, including two runner-up efforts. After

  • Women's Basketball | February 16, 2014

    K-State women rally to beat Red Raiders, 60-54

    It took Texas Tech’s coach nearly 45 minutes to find her way to the postgame media room Saturday afternoon. (Kansas State’s Bri Craig shoots a 3-pointer against Texas Tech on Saturday at Bramlage Coliseum. Craig had seven points in the Wildcats’ 60-54 victory). Once

  • Men's Basketball | February 16, 2014

    Bears edge Wildcats in double OT


    WACO, Texas — The last four times Kansas State went on the road, it lost. Saturday at Baylor, nothing changed. Just like the Wildcats (17-8, 7-5 Big 12) lost their last three road games, crumbling down the stretch in clutch moments, it was more of the same

  • Baseball | February 16, 2014

    K-State loses pitchers’ duel to open baseball season

    SAN LUIS OBISPO, Calif. — The 18th-ranked Kansas State baseball team was stifled by Cal Poly starting pitcher Matt Imhof on Friday night, as the Wildcats were shut out, 3-0, to open the season at Baggett Stadium. The left-handed Imhof struck out 14 batters — tying Cal Poly’

  • Men's Basketball | February 15, 2014

    Cats lose in two OTs at Baylor

    WACO, Texas — The Kansas State men’s basketball team crumbled on the road again on Saturday, losing 87-73 in two overtimes at Baylor. The Wildcats (17-8, 7-5) blew a nine-point lead at halftime, and then blew a 10-point lead in the second half, leading to

  • Women's Basketball | February 14, 2014

    One of K-State’s best teams reunites to celebrate school’s first Big 12 title

    Everything changed the day Laurie Koehn decided to become a Wildcat. The sharp-shooting guard from Hesston was the first big-get for Kansas State coach Deb Patterson. With Koehn in the fold, Patterson knew the chances of landing Clay Center’s Nicole Ohlde, and then a

  • Men's Basketball | February 14, 2014

    K-State still looking for road wins


    Baylor might be the Big 12’s sleeping giant. Before the season started, Kansas and Oklahoma State were picked to finish tied for the conference title. Baylor was picked third. When Kansas State (17-7, 7-4) heads to Waco, Texas, on Saturday to play Baylor (15-9, 3-8) ,

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