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  • Women's Basketball | March 08, 2013

    Chambers named First Team All-Big 12

    IRVING, Texas — Kansas State senior guard Brittany Chambers was named First Team All-Big 12 for the third time in her career Thursday. Chambers was also named the inaugural Big 12 Scholar-Athlete of the Year for women’s basketball. She’s just the third player in K-State history

  • Men's Basketball | March 08, 2013

    Henriquez big during stretch run

    The first impression Martavious Irving and Rodney McGruder got of Jordan Henriquez was on their first visit to Manhattan. And it was memorable. The group of five, including Wally Judge and Nick Russell, settled into the Kansas State dorms, with school out of session, for

  • Men's Basketball | March 08, 2013

    Wildcats playing for Big 12 title

    The stage is set and both teams are ready. On Saturday, both Kansas State and Kansas will be playing on the road with a chance to win at least a share of the Big 12 title. The No. 9-ranked Wildcats (25-5, 14-3) will play first this

  • Football | March 08, 2013

    Snyder Named Coach of the Year by KC Sports Commission

    Kansas State head coach Bill Snyder was named the 2013 Burns and McDonnell Coach of the Year by the Kansas City Sports Commission Thursday. Each year the Kansas City Sports Commission and Foundation honors the area’s outstanding individuals for their commitment and achievement in sports.

  • Baseball | March 08, 2013

    K-State baseball alters weekend schedule

    K-State has made changes to its baseball schedule for this weekend’s series against No. 21 Cal Poly at Tointon Family Stadium due to the threat of rain. The teams were set to play now play a doubleheader today, beginning at 2 p.m., with Game 2 of

  • Women's Basketball | March 07, 2013

    Patterson doesn’t like conference tourney split

    Make no mistake about it, Kansas State coach Deb Patterson was not in favor of splitting up the Big 12 men’s and women’s basketball tournaments. But that’s exactly what’s happening this season as the men get ready to settle into Sprint Center

  • Women's Basketball | March 07, 2013

    Wildcats still clawing for WNIT berth

    As much as it has to pain the Kansas State coaches and players, they might be Kansas’ biggest fans right about now. That certainly was the case Tuesday night when the Jayhawks defeated TCU to end the regular season, snapping what had been a four-game

  • Baseball | March 07, 2013

    K-State baseball wraps Niagara sweep

    Wednesday’s game against Niagara gave the Kansas State baseball team a chance to work some freshman pitchers in the mix.  And it offered a chance for some guys who have played sparingly to get into the action. Blake McFadden won his first start

  • March 07, 2013

    Dowdle named assistant athletic director

    Clint Dowdle, current assistant athletics director for football at Bowling Green, was named assistant athletics director for administration atKansas State Thursday, by AD John Currie. In his new role, Dowdle will be a member of Currie’s senior staff and serve as the daily sport

  • Men's Basketball | March 06, 2013

    Wildcats finish the job against TCU

    Dance.phatch

    When Martavious Irving was subbed out with his two senior teammates in the final minute of the game, he walked to mid court, knelt down, and kissed the Powercat. Just like Jacob Pullen told him to. Irving and fellow K-State seniors Rodney McGruder and Jordan


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