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  • January 27, 2013

    Tyner wins CBR event at K-State

    Dylan Tyner saved his best for last on Friday night. The Fort Morgan, Colo., native scored 88 points on the bull Unfinished Business in the final, edging some of the best riders in the CBR Horizon Series at the K-State Championship Bull Ride at Weber Arena.

  • Track & Field | January 27, 2013

    K-State finishes third at Iowa State

    AMES, Iowa — The Kansas State track and field teams went up against some of the top programs in the country this weekend at the Bill Bergan Invitational for a team-scored meet and came away in third place on both the men’s and women’s

  • Men's Basketball | January 25, 2013

    Cats look to start another win streak

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    Bruce Weber gave his team the day off on Wednesday. One day after the Kansas State men’s basketball team took a tough loss to Kansas at home, the Wildcats’ coach wanted his team to have a day to rest if it wanted it. But

  • Men's Basketball | January 25, 2013

    Southwell’s game grows under Weber

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    Meet Shane Southwell. Sure, the junior played in 32 games a year ago, even starting twice. But it wasn’t until this season under first-year Kansas State head coach Bruce Weber that Southwell’s true potential has started to shine through. During his first two years

  • Track & Field | January 25, 2013

    Dick, Kirielius among leaders after Day 1 at ISU

    The Bill Bergan Invitational began Thursday afternoon with the first four events of the men’s heptathlon and a pair of Wildcats is near the top of the leader board. Senior Devin Dick is in second place with 3,071 points, while fellow senior Tomas Kirielius close

  • Baseball | January 25, 2013

    K-State baseball opened spring practice today

    Three weeks prior to the 2013 college baseball season, the Kansas State baseball team began preparations for the 113th year in program history Friday with a two-hour workout at Tointon Family Stadium. Over the next 21 days, the Wildcats will conduct 17 practices before their season-opening weekend at

  • Track & Field | January 25, 2013

    Kynard named Big 12 Athlete of the Week

    Olympic silver medalist Erik Kynard made his return to the runway last Saturday as he flew over the bar at 2.29 meters (7-feet-6-inches) to win the Wildcat Invitational. This week, the senior was named the Big 12 Athlete of the Week for his efforts. His jump

  • Women's Basketball | January 25, 2013

    Brown getting her shot with Wildcats

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    Until Wednesday night, many might not have even Heidi Brown’s her name, and most still wouldn’t be able to pick her out of a crowd today. But all that’s about to change for the Kansas State sophomore, who burst onto the scene

  • Women's Basketball | January 24, 2013

    Wildcats shock No. 12 Cowgirls in OT

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    Teams with only seven players and no height to speak of aren’t supposed to win many games, let alone defeat Top 15 teams in the Big 12. But don’t tell that to the Wildcats. Just a couple days removed from losing two more players for

  • Women's Basketball | January 24, 2013

    Serious injuries stacking up for K-State

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    Not only is Kansas State short in stature, but now the women’s basketball team is short on numbers. Already faced with the challenge of playing the season with the smallest lineup in the Big 12, the Wildcats suffered another couple blows this week with the


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