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  • Men's Basketball | February 17, 2013

    Irving has grown into reliable threat for Wildcats


    Martavious Irving might be most synonymous with two things for Kansas State fans — dancing and defense. But the soft-spoken senior guard is about more than that. In his time at K-State, Irving has been a leader, a mentor and a brother. When former K-State coach

  • Men's Basketball | February 15, 2013

    Wildcats face test with Baylor


    It might be easy for Kansas State to dwell on its loss at Kansas on Monday, but coach Bruce Weber said they don’t have the time. Weber said the No. 10-ranked Wildcats had to refocus immediately after the game this week, and train their

  • Rowing | February 15, 2013

    K-State to build rowing center

    A groundbreaking ceremony to commence the construction phase of K-State’s new Intercollegiate Rowing Center will be held at 1 p.m. Saturday in the east parking lot of Bill Snyder Family Stadium prior to the Wildcats’ basketball game against Baylor. The 9,000 square-foot facility, to be

  • Baseball | February 15, 2013

    King named to Golden Spikes watch list

    CHARLESTON, S.C. – Kansas State junior outfielder Jared King is one of 50 players nationally to be named to the preseason watch list for the Golden Spikes Award, USA Baseball announced Thursday. The award, sponsored by Major League Baseball, is presented annually to the nation’s

  • Baseball | February 14, 2013

    K-State wants to forget about 2012

    It’s safe to say 2012 was a disappointing season for the Kansas State baseball team. After three straight appearances in the NCAA regionals, the Wildcats finished 27-31 last season and missed out on the postseason. K-State will open the 2013 season Friday at the Citadel Memorial

  • Women's Basketball | February 14, 2013

    K-State used skid as a learning experience

    No 11 steal.phatch

    Texas may have started Kansas State’s four-game losing streak three weeks ago, but Wednesday night the Longhorns played victim as the Wildcats finally had something to celebrate. K-State halted the slide with 68-47 victory over Texas at Bramlage Coliseum. Losing four straight games looks

  • Women's Basketball | February 14, 2013

    Cats rout Texas to end skid

    No 2.phatch

    Winning seems to cure all ills. That certainly was the case Wednesday night as the Kansas State women’s basketball team got back on the right track with a decisive 68-47 victory over the Texas Longhorns at Bramlage Coliseum. The win snapped a four-game losing

  • Women's Basketball | February 12, 2013

    Cats look to snap skid vs. Longhorns

    Staff reports The Kansas State women have lost four straight games and if there’s a game in that bunch the Wildcats surely want back it’s the 19-point loss at Texas on Jan. 26. K-State will get a chance to right the ship Wednesday when

  • Men's Basketball | February 12, 2013

    Jayhawks stomp K-State


    LAWRENCE — Everything seemed set up for Kansas to snap its three-game losing streak on Monday. The No. 14-ranked Jayhawks were playing their rival Kansas State in a place they often beat them, at home, on a day they seem to play extremely well on, and,

  • Men's Basketball | February 12, 2013

    McLemore too much for Wildcats


    LAWRENCE — Ben McLemore has widely been considered the frontrunner for the Big 12 Player of the Year this season. On Monday, he looked every bit of the part for rival Kansas, unloading for a game-high 30 points to lead his 14th-ranked Jayhawks past No. 10 Kansas State 83-62

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