Friday, April 29, 2016



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  • April 21, 2016

    K-State maintains high APR marks in latest report

    Highlighted by Big 12-leading marks from the football, men’s golf and women’s cross country programs, all of Kansas State’s athletic teams met and exceeded the NCAA’s Academic Progress Rate multi-year standard for the sixth straight year as the NCAA released its

  • Track & Field | April 21, 2016

    Jones earns first weekly outdoor recognition

    Kansas State’s Akela Jones has been named Big 12 Female Athlete of the Week after her record-breaking performance in the heptathlon at the Mt. SAC Relays in Azusa, Calif., on April 13th and 14th, the conference office announced on Wednesday.  The award is her

  • Tennis | April 21, 2016

    Four Wildcats named First Team Academic All-Big 12

    Kansas State tennis players Iva Bago, Sara Castellano, Livia Cirnu and Palma Juhasz were named to the 2016 Academic All-Big 12 Women’s Tennis First Team, the conference office announced Wednesday. Castellano (Food Science major) was one of five student-athletes named to the team with a 4.0 grade

  • Football | April 21, 2016

    Spring game radio, ticket information

    The annual Purple/White Spring Game will be carried on 14 stations across the state of Kansas, in addition to Sirius/XM Satellite Radio as the K-State Sports Network and K-State Sports Properties announced its affiliate lineup for this Saturday. Coverage on Saturday begins at 12:30 p.

  • Football | April 20, 2016

    Snyder still undecided on scrimmage format

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    Kansas State coach Bill Snyder is in no hurry to decide the format of this Saturday’s spring game. Snyder has seen his team scrimmage both the ones against the twos, and the ones against the ones, but he’s still unsure which format would

  • Baseball | April 20, 2016

    Huskers edge Cats in extras

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    After 10 innings it seemed like neither team would ever score. But Nebraska finally broke through in the 11th, and Kansas State didn’t have an answer in a 5-1 loss at Tointon Family Stadium. “Somebody had to win eventually,” K-State coach Brad Hill said. “I

  • Football | April 19, 2016

    Cats working to fix defensive issues

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    Bill Snyder says statistics don’t tell the whole story. But last season’s defensive numbers certainly tell a good part of the story of how the Wildcats finished with a 6-7 record and struggled to stop almost everybody in the Big 12. The Wildcats surrendered

  • Men's Basketball | April 19, 2016

    K-State recruit to decide Saturday

    Staff reports Kansas State is playing the waiting game. With one more scholarship to give, the Wildcats are waiting on a decision from Neosho County forward Freddie McSwain, who will make his decision this Saturday at 5:30 p.m. McSwain, who will pick between K-State and

  • Football | April 18, 2016

    Delton ready to compete for QB job

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    Alex Delton is back for more. After a competitive battle at quarterback last season, Delton was right in the mix for the Wildcats as a true freshman. But after Jesse Ertz, the winner of the quarterback battle, went down with injury in the first game

  • Baseball | April 18, 2016

    Cats surrender four-run lead in loss at WVU

    MORGANTOWN, W. Va. — The Kansas State baseball team surrendered four runs in the eighth to cap West Virginia’s four-run comeback on Sunday, as the Wildcats were unable to finish the weekend sweep losing 5-4 at Monongalia County Ballpark. Leading 4-0 entering the bottom of

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