CHARLOTTE, N.C. — When Rory McIlroy rolled in an 8-foot birdie putt on the 13th hole, he started thinking about shooting 59. He didn’t quite get there Saturday, settling for an 11-under 61 to break the Quail Hollow record and take a four-shot lead in
LAWRENCE — Kansas State recorded its largest shutout ever in the all-time series against Kansas on Friday as the Wildcats blanked the Jayhawks, 11-0, in the series opener at Hoglund Ballpark. K-State starting pitcher Nate Griep tossed seven perfect innings, stretching his consecutive scoreless inning streak
For the second time in three seasons, the Kansas State men’s basketball team will host Ole Miss as part of the third annual Big 12/SEC Challenge. The Wildcats will host the Rebels on Jan. 30, as the games move into the first half of the
RANCHO SANTA FE, Calif. — Kansas State men’s golfer Matt Green carded a 1-over-par 73 Thursday to sit in a tie for 13th place following the first round of the 2015 NCAA San Diego Regional at the par-72, 6,947-yard Farms Golf Club. Green entered the second round
It all comes down to one weekend series. One year after missing the Big 12 tournament, the Kansas State baseball team goes into its final series of the regular season needing at least two wins to ensure its season will continue. With a logjam at the
FLORHAM PARK, N.J. — Ty Zimmerman believes this is exactly where he belongs, on an NFL field making plays and living his dream. He just needed another chance — and for his body to stop betraying him. The former Kansas State star safety was in rookie
CHAPEL HILL, N.C. — Bill Guthridge, the longtime assistant to Dean Smith who succeeded him as North Carolina’s head coach, has died. He was 77. The school announced Wednesday that Guthridge — who played basketball at Kansas State from 1957-60 under Texas Winter — died Tuesday night.
Kansas State baseball’s Shane Conlon and Nate Griep were named the Big 12 Player and Pitcher of the Week, respectively, for the period ending May 10, as the Wildcats had two players recognized by the conference for the second straight week. It is Conlon’s first
The Kansas State track and field program has announced the signing of seven additional student-athletes to National Letters of Intent for the 2016 season. The spring signees join a 2015 recruiting class that now totals 15 athletes — eight on the men’s side and seven for the women.
The way the Kansas State baseball team ended its series against Oklahoma Sunday afternoon at Tointon Family Stadium summarized the Wildcats’ season in many ways. For the second day in a row, K-State had the tying run on base in the bottom of the ninth.