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  • Golf | December 12, 2012

    Juffer named KGA Player of the Year

    Kansas State senior golfer Ben Juffer was named the 2012 Player of the Year by the Kansas Golf Association (KGA) in an announcement by the organization. Juffer earned a total of 445 points over five events this summer to best former Wildcat standout Kyle Smell, who tallied 416.5

  • Men's Basketball | December 11, 2012

    Wildcats focused on No. 14 Gonzaga

    No 20 d rebound.phatch

    Fresh off the first true road win of the season, the Kansas State men’s basketball team is focusing on facing its second top 25-ranked team in the past month. The Wildcats will travel to Seattle to face No. 14-ranked Gonzaga this Saturday, in a

  • December 11, 2012

    KSU looking to hire sports psychologist

    When Kansas State athletics director John Currie arrived in Manhattan four years ago, stepping into the world of sports psychology was just a thought. Timing is everything, though, because while Currie was curious about psychology in athletics, Dr. Quinten Lynn had just arrived at K-State.

  • Women's Basketball | December 10, 2012

    Chambers, Cats beat S.Dakota

    Chambers fast break.phatch

    Just six points shy of 1,500 for her career, it was more a matter of when, not if, Brittany Chambers would reach the milestone against South Dakota on Sunday. It only took three minutes. Chambers scored K-State’s first seven points in Sunday’s 68-54 win

  • Football | December 09, 2012

    Klein finishes third for Heisman

    Heisman.phatch

    NEW YORK — Often, moral victories don’t seem to count for much in college football. But that was different on Saturday night, as Kansas State quarterback Collin Klein finished third in the voting for the Heisman Trophy, announced at the Best Buy Theater in Times

  • Track & Field | December 09, 2012

    Wildcats break records in opener

    It was a successful start to the track and field season for the K-State Wildcats as they broke three school records while hosting the KSU All-Comers on Saturday afternoon. K-State saw its newcomers shine on the women’s team and prove why this recruiting class

  • Men's Basketball | December 09, 2012

    Cats edge Colonials, 65-62

    Rodney McGruder might have Angel Rodriguez to thank for Kansas State’s 65-62 win over George Washington in his homecoming to Washington D.C. Although McGruder scored 15 points and grabbed 11 rebounds, Rodriguez scored 14 of his team-high 17 points in the second half to help the Wildcats

  • Women's Basketball | December 09, 2012

    K-State hosts Coyotes

    The K-State women’s basketball team returns to Bramlage Coliseum today at 2 p.m. to take on the South Dakota Coyotes. South Dakota (4-5) travels to Manhattan fresh off a 90-35 win over Dakota State. The Wildcats (6-0) are also coming off of a win,

  • Track & Field | December 09, 2012

    Wildcats dominate Winter Pentathlon

    K-State track and field got its season underway on Friday with the annual Carol Robinson Winter Pentathlon. A small group of Wildcats were in action along with athletes from some other area school, and K-State came away with some strong performances to open the season.

  • Football | December 08, 2012

    Klein finishes third for Heisman, Manziel wins

    Heisman trophy footba kind

    NEW YORK — Often, moral victories don’t seem to count for much in college football. But that was different on Saturday night, as Kansas State quarterback Collin Klein finished third in the voting for the Heisman Trophy, announced at the Best Buy Theater in Times


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