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  • Tennis | April 08, 2013

    K-State tennis drops road finale

    WACO, Texas — The 48th-ranked Kansas State tennis team closed out the longest road trip in the program’s history — 12 matches — on Sunday, but the Wildcats’ were unable to end the stretch on a high note as No. 42 Baylor defeated K-State, 4-3, at the Hurd Tennis

  • Golf | April 08, 2013

    K-State golf takes seventh at DAC Invite

    DALLAS — The Kansas State women’s golf team turned in a final-round score of 26-over-par 314 on Sunday to finish in seventh place at the Dallas Athletic Club Invitational at the par-72, 6,301-yard Dallas Athletic Golf Club. The Wildcats carded a 63-over-par 927 in the 54-hole event,

  • Volleyball | April 08, 2013

    K-State volleyball team opens spring scrimmages

    Kansas State volleyball has been hard at work in the gym during spring practices for a few weeks now and the Wildcats put that work to the test in competition for the first time this weekend. The Wildcats co-hosted a tournament with UMKC in Kansas

  • Women's Basketball | April 07, 2013

    Chambers named to WNIT All-Tournament team

    Kansas State senior Brittany Chambers was named to WNIT All-Tournament team Saturday in an announcement following the championship game. Drexel defeated Utah 46-43 on Saturday in the title game. While helping the Wildcats to a third appearance in the WNIT semifinals, Chambers registered 130 points (26.0 ppg) —

  • Women's Basketball | April 07, 2013

    Kinder: Wildcats beat the odds to finish season strong

    22 carrer over.phatch

    Kansas State lost 18 games this season, finished eighth in the Big 12, won only five conference games and won just one game during the entire month of February. That’s one way to look at the Wildcats’ season. But it doesn’t tell the whole story

  • Track & Field | April 07, 2013

    Cats’ Rodriguez breaks school record

    TUCSON, Ariz. — The Kansas State track and field team was up against some of the best teams in the nation this weekend at the Jim Click Shootout and the Wildcats came away with some of the best performances in school history and the NCAA this

  • Tennis | April 07, 2013

    K-State tennis team loses at TCU

    FORT WORTH, Texas — The 48th-ranked Kansas State tennis team entered the first of its final two matches of its 12-match road trip with a three-match winning streak, but the Wildcats’ streak was snapped by No. 35 TCU on Friday, 5-2, at the Bayard H. Friedman Tennis

  • Women's Basketball | April 05, 2013

    Chambers is Senior CLASS All-American

    K-State senior Brittany Chambers garnered another national honor for her trophy case on Friday, as she was named to the Senior CLASS All-America second team in an announcement by the organization. Chambers becomes the fifth player in school history to earn Senior CLASS Award All-American

  • Men's Basketball | April 05, 2013

    McGruder competes in 3-point contest

    Kansas State guard Rodney McGruder competed in the 3-point contest as part of the Reese’s College All-Star game at the site of the Final Four Thursday night in Atlanta. McGruder finished the first round with 11 points and did not advance. VCU’s Troy Daniels

  • Baseball | April 04, 2013

    K-State picks up 20th win of the season

    The Kansas State baseball team notched its 20th win of the season Wednesday night with a 3-2 defeat of Nebraska-Omaha at Tointon Family Stadium. K-State junior reliever Jared Moore nabbed the win and junior Gerardo Esquivel earned the save. The win didn’t come easy

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