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  • Golf | June 27, 2013

    Wildcat golfers having good summer

    Junior-to-be Kyle Weldon highlights a host of Kansas State men’s golfers who are finding success in the amateur ranks this summer. Weldon led the 2013 U.S. Amateur Public Links qualifying event wire-to-wire to earn medalist honors. The Des Peres, Mo., product recorded 4-under 134 to

  • Baseball | June 26, 2013

    Tough offseason for Wildcats

    When Kansas State was upset in the second round of the NCAA Tournament, it was only the beginning of what has been a whirlwind offseason. While some coaches might be digging out the golf clubs or taking a vacation, K-State coach Bruce Weber has had

  • Men's Basketball | June 25, 2013

    McGruder looking toward NBA Draft

    With the NBA Draft two days away, former Kansas State guard Rodney McGruder has been working hard to catch the eye of professional scouts. McGruder is seeking to become the first K-State player to reach the NBA since Michael Beasley and Bill Walker were drafted

  • Football | June 24, 2013

    Klein starts youth passing academy

    Collin Klein might still wear an NFL jersey next season, but until then, the quarterback is trying his hand at a little coaching. Kansas State’s Heisman Trophy finalist last season announced the launch of the Collin Klein Passing Academy this past Friday — a one-day

  • Track & Field | June 24, 2013

    Kynard wins first U.S. Championship

    DES MOINES, Iowa — After arguably the greatest career in Kansas State track and field history, high jumper Erik Kynard made his professional debut Sunday and added USA Track and Field Champion to his long list of accomplishments. Kynard, who recently signed with Nike, cleared 2.28 meters (7

  • Track & Field | June 23, 2013

    Fritz ready to transition back to hoops

    After more than 20 years as a track coach, Steve Fritz is ready to return to his first love — the hardwood. While the former Olympian made a name for himself nationally as a decathlete, it was basketball that occupied much of his time as a youth. “

  • Golf | June 23, 2013

    Wildcat fans take part in annual Catbacker golf tournament

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    The Manhattan Catbackers held its annual golf tournament and banquet on Friday, with 60 golfers starting the day in a four-man scramble at Colbert Hills Golf Course. The winning team on the course was the foursome of Walt Webster, Mario Morales, Myles Pitts and Gary Vesta,

  • Track & Field | June 21, 2013

    Kynard headed to USA Championships

    The collegiate track and field season may be over, but the excitement is just beginning for elite athletes in the world of track and field. K-State head coach Cliff Rovelto is headed to Des Moines, Iowa for this year’s USA Championships to coach three

  • Baseball | June 21, 2013

    Kivett, Conlon coming back to K-State

    Kansas State baseball draftees Ross Kivett and Shane Conlon announced this week through social media that they would be returning for their senior seasons with the Wildcats. Kivett was selected in the 10th round by his hometown Cleveland Indians two weeks ago, while Shane Conlon

  • Volleyball | June 20, 2013

    Four Wildcats join volleyball this summer

    Fall classes are still a couple months away and four new Kansas State Wildcats are already on campus for summer school and training with the volleyball team in preparing for the World University Games and the 2013 season. K-State volleyball coach Suzie Fritz has welcomed four


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