K-State Sports Sports

  • K-State baseball hires Gaspard as associate HC

    Kansas State baseball is adding a new coach with significant coaching experience to its staff.

  • Wildcat soccer, SIUE play to draw

    Kansas State and Southern Illinois University Edwardsville battled through a physical match that featured 23 combined fouls and eight yellow cards to finish in a 0-0 tie at Ralph Korte Stadium on Sunday afternoon.

  • K-State begins first season on Friday

    Kansas State will begin its inaugural season in women’s soccer this weekend, as the Wildcats travel east to face Saint Louis and Southern Illinois University Edwardsville.

  • Cats rout Washburn in exhibition

    After a scrimmage loss to Arkansas and a tentative intrasquad game, Kansas State women’s soccer coach Mike Dibbini wanted to see how his team would respond in its final exhibition.

K-State Sports Galleries

  • Staying alive Mavorhis.mercury

    K-State won on Saturday behind eight strong innings from starting pitcher Levi MaVorhis and six extra-base hits from its offense.

  • Shut down Dalrymple.mercury

    An inning-ending double play helped Kansas pitcher Ben Krauth escape danger and he shut down the Wildcats the rest of the way in a 4-1 win for the Jayhawks


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  • Early deficit buries K-State in 85-74 loss

    The Kansas State men’s basketball team could not recover from a cold shooting performance in the first quarter, as the Kosovo National Team posted an 85-74 win on Tuesday night at the Costa Masnaga Sport Complex.

  • Long wait over for first soccer recruits

    When Mike Dibbini was named Kansas State women’s soccer coach he was tasked with convincing players to commit to a school that had no uniforms, no field and no roster.

  • SEC transfers excited for opportunity

    Maria McIlwain .

  • K-State poised for inaugural season

    Maria McIlwain .

  • Cats showcase team, changes in practice

    Kansas State opened the last hour of its practice to fans on Saturday to give a sneak peak before the start of the 2016 season.

  • Wildcats top Italian Select team, 90-55

    The Kansas State men’s basketball team used a balanced effort led by sophomore Dean Wade’s 15 points to earn their second victory of its exhibition tour with a 90-55 win over the Italian Select team on Saturday night.

  • Bre lewis.mercury Bre Lewis looks to the rafters for her senior year

    Breanna Lewis knows she’s a good player.

  • Batcats rely on new faces for 2016 season

    K-State fans making the trip to Tointon Family Stadium next spring might want to bring a roster because a lot of new faces will be hitting the diamond in 2017.

  • Women’s golf chips away with veterans

    Teams are always pleased when the core of their players return. Such is the case with the K-State women’s golf team, who returns all five of their top scorers.

  • Youth leads team in coach’s 3rd year

    Positives abound as K-State men’s golf coach Grant Robbins as he glances back to last season.

  • K-State bounces back for 97-80 win

    Staff reports The Kansas State men’s basketball won the first game of its exhibition tour on Thursday night, as sophomores Barry Brown and Kamau Stokes combined for 33 points in a 97-80 victory over BC Silute at the Stella Azzurra Sports Complex.

  • Mittie appoints Carr to K-State WBB staff

    Kansas State women’s basketball head coach Jeff Mittie has rounded out his coaching staff for the 2016-17 season with the addition of former NBA guard Chris Carr.

  • K-State falls short in exhibition, 82-75

    The Kansas State men’s basketball team dropped the first game of its exhibition tour of Italy and Switzerland on Wednesday night, as the Wildcats could not finish off a double-digit comeback in an 82-75 loss to LCC International University at the Stella Azzurra Sports Complex.

  • K-State’s Willis on Hendricks watch list

    Kansas State senior defensive end Jordan Willis was one of 28 players in the nation to be named to the watch list for the 2016 Ted Hendricks Award, presented annually to the nation’s best defensive end.

  • K-State volleyball starts practice for ‘16 season

    The Kansas State volleyball team, coming off of back-to-back NCAA tournament appearances, officially started its 2016 campaign Tuesday with the first team practices.


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