Sunday, February 14, 2016



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  • Equestrian | February 08, 2016

    K-State equestrian loses in Stillwater

    The Kansas State equestrian team fell short in the spring opener at Totusek Arena on Saturday, losing to No. 5 Oklahoma State in a head-to-head battle, 11-6.  K-State is now 3-4 on the season and 1-3 in the Big 12. The Wildcats fell just shy in

  • Men's Basketball | February 06, 2016

    Iwundu, Cats upset No. 1 OU

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    Wesley Iwundu delivered a knockout punch. When No. 1 Oklahoma threatened to make a comeback at Bramlage Coliseum, Kansas State’s most experienced player stepped up to take charge. With the lead down to five points, Iwundu took a rare 3-pointer in what seemed like near-dead

  • Women's Basketball | February 06, 2016

    West Virginia hammers K-State women

    MORGANTON, W. Va. — Kansas State’s offensive struggles continued Saturday, as the Wildcats failed to break 50 points in a 64-44 loss at WVU Coliseum. It was the lowest point total of the season for the Wildcats (14-8, 4-7 Big 12), who have now lost three straight

  • February 06, 2016

    Big 12 agrees to single voice on big issues

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    IRVING, Texas — Big 12 presidents and chancellors came to one agreement Friday: While working through the possibility of a football championship game, expansion and a league-wide television network, they are going to defer comments to Commissioner Bob Bowlsby. The four-hour meeting of the Big 12’s board

  • Men's Basketball | February 06, 2016

    Wade scores 17 points off the bench

    For just the third time this season, Kansas State mixed up its starting rotation. This time, that included taking both Dean Wade and Justin Edwards out of the starting five. K-State coach Bruce Weber said he was looking to motivate Wade and get the freshman

  • Tennis | February 06, 2016

    K-State tennis rallies from 3-0 deficit to beat Colorado

    After losing the doubles point in a tiebreaker, as well as dropping the first two singles matches, the Kansas State women’s tennis team erased a 3-0 deficit and came back to beat Colorado, 4-3, on Friday at Body First Wellness and Recreation Center. K-State (3

  • Columns |Men's Basketball | February 05, 2016

    Cameron: 3-point shot making game ‘a bit of a bore’

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    Confession: I’m a hypocrite. For instance, I kept banging the TV remote on Wednesday night, first intending to stick with the Cats’ game at Kansas — but then finding it impossible to resist routine peeks at the Golden State Warriors’ game against Washington. I mean,

  • Men's Basketball | February 05, 2016

    Wildcats focused on No. 1 OU

    It could be easy for Kansas State to dwell on its loss to Kansas on Wednesday at Allen Fieldhouse. But how can any team worry about its last loss when it’s got the No. 1 team in the country staring it in the face? The

  • Women's Basketball | February 05, 2016

    Cats to close road trip at West Virginia

    The Kansas State women’s basketball team will be looking to snap its two-game losing streak on Saturday, but it won’t be easy. K-State, in the middle of a tough February stretch, is wrapping up a two-game road trip with a game at West

  • Soccer | February 05, 2016

    Dibbini signs 16 for inaugural soccer season

    Kansas State women’s soccer head coach Mike Dibbini continues to fill out his inaugural roster, as he has signed 16 student-athletes to National Letters of Intent. The 16 student-athletes to join the 2016 roster inlcude Baylee Bedard (Fort Collins, Colo.), Grace Brennan (Edmond, Okla.), Tania Chassot (Murten,

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