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  • Baseball | June 09, 2016

    Rolette named Louisville Slugger Freshman All-American

    Kansas State’s Josh Rolette was named a Louisville Slugger Freshman All-American by Collegiate Baseball newspaper on Wednesday. A native of Shawnee, Oklahoma, Rolette is the first K-State player to earn Freshman All-America honors since Jake Matthys in 2013. He is also the eighth different player

  • Track & Field | June 09, 2016

    Neelly PR highlights Day 1 of NCAA Championships

    Kansas State freshman Brett Neelly’s scoring performance in the men’s shot put highlighted action on Wednesday during the first day of the NCAA Championships. “All-in-all, the day was not bad,” head coach Cliff Rovelto said. “I think we did some pretty good things

  • Men's Basketball | June 09, 2016

    KSU ranks among top in attendance

    Kansas State once again has placed among the national leaders in men’s basketball attendance, as the Wildcats ranked 32nd in average attendance for the recently completed 2015-16 season. The ranking marked the ninth time in the last 10 seasons that K-State has placed among the

  • Men's Basketball | June 08, 2016

    K-State to play Boston College in Barclays

    Kansas State’s opponent in the opening game of the Barclays Center Classic is set. Barclays officials announced Tuesday that the Wildcats will play Boston College in the fifth annual event starting on Nov. 25. The contest will be part of a semifinal doubleheader at Brooklyn’

  • Track & Field | June 08, 2016

    Cats open competition at NCAA Championships

    Sixteen student-athletes are representing the Kansas State track and field team in the final meet of the year, as the Wildcats opened competition today at the NCAA Outdoor Championships at Hayward Field in Eugene, Oregon. K-State kicked off competition on Day 1 with freshman Tyler Merkley

  • Football | June 07, 2016

    Klein expected to leave K-State

    One of the most decorated players in Kansas State football history is on his way out the door of Vanier Family Football Complex. The Wichita Eagle reported late Monday night that former Heisman Trophy finalist and current K-State graduate assistant Collin Klein is expected to

  • Football | June 07, 2016

    K-State mourns the passing of Henry Childs

    A three-year letterwinner at K-State who went on to play nine seasons in the NFL, former Wildcat Henry Childs died at the age of 65 in his native Thomasville, Georgia, Friday. Childs, who is one of 28 players in program history with 1,000 career receiving yards, led K-State

  • Football | June 06, 2016

    Big 12 board: Unclear if league still has 10 teams by ‘17

    IRVING, Texas — The Big 12 will have a football championship game in 2017. What remains unclear is if the conference will still be a 10-team league then. While the Big 12 board of directors made a somewhat surprising decision this week to resurrect the football title game, the

  • Football | June 05, 2016

    Big 12 football title game to return in 2017

    IRVING, Texas — The Big 12 is bringing back its football championship game in 2017, regardless of whether the conference expands from its current 10 members. Commissioner Bob Bowlsby said Friday that university presidents and chancellors unanimously voted to approve “in concept the re-implementation of a championship football game.”

  • Men's Basketball | June 03, 2016

    Cats announce 2016-17 non-conference slate

    The Kansas State men’s basketball team announced its 2016-17 non-conference schedule on Thursday. The non-conference schedule features nine games at Bramlage Coliseum, a potential matchup against Maryland in the Barclays Center Classic in Brooklyn, N.Y., and the return of the Wildcat Classic to

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