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  • Men's Basketball | March 14, 2013

    Defense a focus at Big 12 tournament

    D 1.phatch

    For five years, Kansas State built a reputation on defense. But in the last two games, it has seemed to wane. The Wildcats (25-6, 14-4) struggled to put TCU away on senior night, and then couldn’t stop Oklahoma State from spoiling their season finale

  • Baseball | March 14, 2013

    Bats quiet in Cats’ 3-0 home loss

    7 crashes on chase.phatch

    If Tuesday night’s blowout win against Northern Colorado was Dr. Jekyll, then Wednesday afternoon’s loss to the Bears was Mr. Hyde for the Kansas State baseball team. Northern Colorado blanked the Wildcats 3-0 at Tointon Family Stadium — a day after K-State whipped the

  • Men's Basketball | March 13, 2013

    Weber a finalist for 2013 Skip Prosser Award

    Kansas State men’s basketball coach Bruce Weber has been named one of 20 finalists for the 2013 Skip Prosser Man of the Year award, CollegeInsider.com announced earlier this week. Weber is joined on the finalist list by John Beilein (Michigan), Tony Bennett (Virginia), Rick Byrd (

  • Men's Basketball | March 13, 2013

    Weber, Cats have had whirlwind year

    Kansas st oklahoma st kind.phatch

    So much has changed for Kansas State in the last year. And likewise, much has changed for head coach Bruce Weber. On March 9, 2012, Weber was dismissed as the coach at Illinois. Exactly one year later, he was walking his dog in Manhattan when athletic director

  • Columns |Men's Basketball | March 13, 2013

    Seaton: Never thought it would take 36 years

    Ned seaton

    On this day in 1977, Kansas State was getting ready to play a Sweet 16 game against Marquette in the NCAA basketball tournament. The Cats had beaten Providence (the college, not the Biblical variety) in the tournament’s first round, and the world looked pretty rosy: — K-State

  • Rowing | March 13, 2013

    New Rowing Center provides Wildcats with bright future

    The future is looking bright for the Kansas State women’s rowing team. With the ground-breaking of a new state-of-the-art rowing training center east of Bill Snyder Family Stadium, the opportunities to grow and improve are almost endless for the Wildcats. The new training center

  • Tennis | March 13, 2013

    K-State tennis team heads to California

    The 42nd-ranked Kansas State tennis team will wrap up its 2013 spring non-conference schedule this weekend, as the Wildcats travel to Fresno, Calif. The Wildcats will face Cal Poly on Sunday at 1 p.m., and No. 61 Fresno State on Monday at 7 p.m. K-State will look

  • Equestrian | March 13, 2013

    No. 8 K-State equestrian team to host No. 3 Cowgirls

    After getting a big win against No. 5 South Carolina last Friday, the eighth-ranked Kansas State equestrian team looks to close out the regular season with a win against No. 3 Oklahoma State on Saturday. The meet is set to begin at 10 a.m. at Timbercreek Stables.

  • Baseball | March 13, 2013

    K-State eases past Northern Colorado, 11-0

    Kansas State’s Jake Doller and Landon Busch combined to limit Northern Colorado to just one hit, while the Wildcats tallied double-digit runs for the sixth time in the last seven games as the K-State baseball team shut out the Bears, 11-0, Tuesday night at

  • Men's Basketball | March 12, 2013

    Wildcats celebrate their Big 12 title

    Bruce cuts net.phatch

    After 36 years of waiting, Kansas State president Kirk Schulz pointed fans’ attention to the upper areas of Bramlage Coliseum and set the tone for the evening. “Folks, it’s been a while,” he said. “It’s great to put 2013 up on that wall.” K-State celebrated

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