The 71st-ranked K-State tennis team will close out the road portion of its 2014 spring regular season schedule this weekend when the Wildcats travel to the Lone Star State to face No. 54 TCU on Friday at 2 p.m. and No. 34 Texas Tech on Sunday at noon.
SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. — The Kansas State men’s golf team turned in an 18-over 858 on Tuesday to finish in sixth place in the 2014 Wyoming Cowboy Classic at the par-70, 7,133-yard Talking Stick Golf Club. Senior Daniel Wood carded a three-round score of 4-under 206 — his best finish
Former Kansas State basketball All-American Mitch Richmond was among 10 individuals announced Monday to the 2014 class of the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame. A consensus All-American during his two-year career at K-State from 1986-88, Richmond will be joined in the 2014 Hall of Fame induction class
Kansas State’s Tanner DeVinny earned the first conference weekly award of his career on Monday, as the freshman was named the Big 12’s Co-Newcomer of the Week. DeVinny shared the award with Oklahoma’s Sheldon Neuse. DeVinny went 6 for 10 at the plate with two
Kansas State football coach Bill Snyder and the Wildcat coaching staff announced on Monday five football camps during the summer months for players of all ages. Kicking off the 2014 summer events will be the Kicking Camp 1 session from June 4-5 for high school players, while
SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. — The K-State men’s golf team improved three shots from Round 1 to Round 2 on Monday and sat in a tie for eighth place at 13-over 573 going into today’s round of the Wyoming Cowboy Classic at the par-70, 7,133-yard Talking Stick Golf Club.
Kansas State catcher Blair DeBord said Saturday night that championships are won on Sundays. The Manhattan High product said that following the Wildcats’ Game 2 loss to rival Kansas. If DeBord is right, there would be no championship for the Wildcats on this Sunday, as K-State
Kansas State senior Petra Niedermayerova picked up her best win of the spring season in singles action on Sunday, but the 69th-ranked Wildcats were unable to pull off the upset, losing to No. 16 Baylor, 5-1, at the Body First Tennis and Fitness Center in Manhattan.
The inconsistency that has plagued the Kansas State baseball team on the road all season finally bit the Wildcats at home with a 6-3 loss to rival Kansas on Saturday at Tointon Family Stadium. “After whipping up on them like we did yesterday we knew
Everything that could go right for Kansas State, did, on Friday. Sophomore pitcher Levi MaVorhis was perfect through five innings — finishing with a three-hit shutout — to lead the Wildcats to a 10-0 rout of in-state rival Kansas at Tointon Family Stadium. K-State gave the right-hander
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