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  • Women's Basketball | February 10, 2013

    Wildcats struggling through injury-plagued season

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    Heidi Brown didn’t play a single minute in the first five Big 12 games this season. The sophomore and former walk-on from Plains only averaged a little more than six minutes a game before Big 12 play. But since Kansas State’s 76-70 overtime victory against

  • Women's Basketball | February 09, 2013

    Cyclones drop K-State women, 87-71

    AMES, Iowa — Seniors Brittany Chambers and Mariah White combined to score 58 points Saturday, but it wasn’t enough, as the 25th-ranked Iowa State Cyclones eased past Kansas State, 87-71, at Hilton Coliseum. With the loss, the Wildcats’ losing streak now goes to four straight games.

  • Triangulate |Men's Basketball | February 09, 2013

    My Last Goodbye - to Lee Doyen

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    Lee Doyen, 91, of Concordia died February 2, 2013.  Lee was a Kansas State basketball letterman who enrolled at KSAC (Kansas State Agricultural College) now Kansas State University in the fall of 1939- and graduated in 1944 (the year I was born) with a bachelor’s degree in

  • Men's Basketball | February 08, 2013

    Cyclones, Wildcats in thick of race

    No 22 men.phatch

    When Kansas lost 62-55 at TCU on Wednesday, much of the nation was left in shock. Kansas State head coach Bruce Weber, who’s team is now tied for first in the Big 12 with the Jayhawks, didn’t watch a second of the game. But

  • Tennis | February 08, 2013

    KSU tennis making progress

    Head coach Steve Bietau likes the direction his Kansas State tennis team is headed these days. The 60th-ranked Wildcats were victorious in Boston two weeks ago — defeating William & Mary 4-3 and then No. 74 Harvard 5-2. K-State has another big outing this Saturday when the

  • Women's Basketball | February 08, 2013

    Texada leading the way for Cats

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    Things aren’t going too well for the Kansas State women these days, but one bright spot of late has been the play of sophomore Haley Texada. The 5-foot-7 guard has been a steady force for the Wildcats, who travel to Ames, Iowa, this weekend

  • Football | February 08, 2013

    Coleman to coach K-State receivers

    Manhattan’s KMAN 1350 AM is reporting former Kansas State wide receiver Andre Coleman is close to joining the Wildcats as the new receivers coach, replacing Michael Smith, who left for Arkansas last month. Coleman, who is currently an assistant at Youngstown State, is 11th in

  • Women's Basketball | February 07, 2013

    Wildcats’ rally falls short in 74-68 loss

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    If effort alone could win games, the Kansas State women might have been in luck Wednesday night. Losers of two straight entering the game against No. 23 Oklahoma, the Wildcats did their best to erase a 10-point halftime deficit, but just couldn’t get over the

  • Football | February 07, 2013

    Snyder looks for QB battle this spring

    Let the competition begin. For the first time in two years Kansas State will enter spring ball with no clear favorite at quarterback. Collin Klein is gone and now it’s up to Daniel Sams and Jake Waters to fill the huge void left by

  • Men's Basketball | February 07, 2013

    K-State has tough road coming up

    Immediately after beating Texas Tech 68-59, Kansas State was focused on its next two games. On Saturday, the Wildcats will host Iowa State, followed by a road trip at Kansas on Monday. K-State coach Bruce Weber said he knows it’s an important part of


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