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  • Women's Basketball | February 17, 2013

    Wildcats fall to No. 25 Oklahoma State

    STILLWATER, Okla. — The Kansas State women’s basketball team was hot from behind the arc to start the game Saturday, but it didn’t last as No. 25 Oklahoma State answered and cruised to an 80-45 victory at Gallagher-Iba Arena. With a strong interior game, the

  • Men's Basketball | February 17, 2013

    Wildcats beat Baylor with big second half


    When Baylor used a 12-0 run to pull within two points of Kansas State’s lead on Saturday, Angel Rodriguez referred to some terminology of his favorite sport to get the Wildcats going. K-State coach Bruce Weber said Rodriguez made a boxing reference with 12:38 left

  • Track & Field | February 17, 2013

    Erik Kynard breaks more records

    A month ago, Erik Kynard thought he had jumped in Ahearn Fieldhouse for the final time. However, after what he felt was a “terrible” performance in last week’s Don Kirby Collegiate Invite in Albuquerque, N.M., the senior decided he could use more practice

  • Men's Basketball | February 17, 2013

    Henriquez breaks out against Baylor


    Kansas State senior Jordan Henriquez hasn’t been counted on this season when it’s come to making free throws. His free-throw shooting has been so off this season — he’s been hitting just 30.2 percent of them — it’s usually a safe bet the 6-foot-11

  • Tennis | February 17, 2013

    K-State downed by Columbia Saturday

    MEMPHIS, Tenn. — The Kansas State tennis team dropped its second match of the spring on Saturday, as No. 70 Columbia held off the 42nd-ranked Wildcats, 4-2, at the Racquet Club of Memphis. K-State (3-2) dropped the doubles point for the second straight day and for the

  • Baseball | February 17, 2013

    K-State baseball falls at The Citadel

    Staff reports CHARLESTON, S.C. — The Kansas State baseball team dug itself an early seven-run hole against The Citadel and battled back to have the tying run in scoring position in the top of the ninth. But a strikeout ended the game as the Bulldogs

  • Track & Field | February 17, 2013

    Wildcats shine in Big 12 track tune-up

    The impressive performances were not limited to Erik Kynard on Saturday at the KSU Open, as eight other individuals improved Big 12 rankings in their respective events heading into next week’s league meet. The Kansas State women’s 4x400 relay moved up the league rankings

  • Tennis | February 17, 2013

    K-State tennis loses to Memphis on Friday

    MEMPHIS, Tenn. — The 42nd-ranked Kansas State tennis team rallied from a 3-0 deficit on Friday night to No. 51 Memphis, but the Tigers held off the charge to send the Wildcats to their first loss of the spring, 4-2, at the Racquet Club of Memphis. K-State (3

  • 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

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