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  • July 30, 2013

    2013 K-State Athletics Hall of Fame class

    Yana Dorodnova Women’s tennis 1996-98 Advanced the farthest of any Wildcat in school history in the NCAA Division-I Women’s Tennis Singles Championships, as she reached the quarterfinals of the 1998 event… 1998 Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA) All-American, concluded her senior season with a 25-10 record.

  • Football | July 29, 2013

    Cats land five football commitments

    In a huge one-day haul for the Kansas State football program — led by new wide receivers coach Andre Coleman — the Wildcats earned five commitments for the 2014 class. All five players are rated as two-star recruits by, but all five gave their commitments on

  • Women's Basketball | July 26, 2013

    KSU women’s hoops non-conference schedule released

    Kansas State women’s basketball head coach Deb Patterson announced the non-conference schedule for the 2013-14 season this week. The Wildcats’ non-conference slate includes six opponents that reached a postseason tournament during the 2012-13 season. In the 2012-13 season, K-State played the seventh-toughest regular season

  • Track & Field | July 26, 2013

    Nine Wildcats named to USTFCCCA All-Academic Team

    The 2013 track and field season saw a number of Kansas State Wildcats post impressive performances at championship events and on Wednesday nine of them were recognized for their combined efforts in their sport and in the classroom being named to the USTFCCCA All-Academic Team. The

  • Triangulate | July 25, 2013

    Dev Nelson meets Dolly on 1970 Nashville trip


    It was Sunday, Dec. 13, 1970, and our Kansas State men’s basketball team was heading to Nashville for a game with Vanderbilt. We were 2-2 on the season and still celebrating our 75-74 victory over Wichita State from the night before on a game-winning shot in

  • Football | July 25, 2013

    Injuries help Walker, Zimmerman grow


    The lack of experience on the defensive side of the ball puts Kansas State in a precarious situation as the Wildcats attempt to defend their Big 12 championship this season. With just two returning starters — senior linebacker Tre Walker and senior safety Ty Zimmerman — the Wildcats

  • Football | July 25, 2013

    Klein named Big 12 Athlete of the Year

    Collin Klein was awarded for one of the greatest seasons in Kansas State history Thursday, as the record-setting quarterback was named the Big 12 Athlete of the Year. Klein ended his career as the only quarterback from a BCS school to rush for at least 20 touchdowns

  • Men's Basketball | July 25, 2013

    Three Wildcats to play Internationally

    Will Spradling will join Thomas Gipson and Jevon Thomas on an international tour this summer, as the senior guard will travel with the Global Sports Academy to Europe from Aug. 8-16. Spradling and the Global Sports Academy will spend seven days playing five games against

  • Football | July 24, 2013

    Lockett: QBs more similar than you think


    DALLAS — Tyler Lockett thinks the best thing to have happened to Daniel Sams was the arrival of Jake Waters. Kansas State’s sophomore quarterback served as the backup to Collin Klein a year ago, playing in eight games and often dazzling with his dynamic running

  • Football | July 23, 2013

    Wildcats have holes to fill on defense


    DALLAS — Though finding a starting quarterback to replace Collin Klein was easily the hot topic for Kansas State at Big 12 Media Days on Monday, perhaps the bigger questions facing the Wildcats this season fall on the defensive side of the ball. K-State, picked to finish

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