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  • Football | November 11, 2012

    Cats defense carries the day in win

    FORT WORTH, Texas — On a night when offense came at a premium, it was the Kansas State defense that turned in one of its best performances of the season. The Wildcats needed it, too, because very little went right offensively, even with quarterback Collin Klein

  • Women's Basketball | November 10, 2012

    Chambers’ double-double paces Cats

    Kansas State was leading by only three points and Brittany Chambers could only lay claim to six points at halftime of the Wildcats’ regular season opener on Friday night. That all changed in the second half. The Wildcats’ lone senior starter put her team on

  • Volleyball | November 10, 2012

    K-State volleyball beats TCU

    A slow start by the Kansas State volleyball team in the third set made its match with TCU interesting at the end, but a four-point rally by the Wildcats dashed any hopes the Horned Frogs had of extending the contest. K-State, ranked 17th in the

  • Cross Country | November 10, 2012

    Galvan earns top ten finish at regionals

    MANHATTAN, Kan. – Kansas State sophomore Laura Galvan is headed to the NCAA Championships next week as she received an at-large bid from the selection committee on Saturday following her impressive performance at the Midwest Regional on Friday. Galvan finished in seventh place with a time

  • Tennis | November 10, 2012

    Niedermayerova falls at USTA/ITA Championships

    FLUSHING, N.Y. – Kansas State women’s tennis student-athlete Petra Niedermayerova continued her run into the consolation semifinals before bowing out at the 2012 USTA/ITA National Indoor Intercollegiate Championships in Flushing, N.Y., at the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center on Saturday. A

  • Men's Basketball | November 10, 2012

    Rodriguez sparks Cats in Weber’s debut

    Bruce Weber is always looking for something to spark his team when it comes out of the locker room. When the Wildcats came out of the locker room for the second half on Friday against North Dakota, Angel Rodriguez was the one that got it

  • Men's Basketball | November 10, 2012

    Weber already doing things different

    Kansas State is just one game into the Bruce Weber era, but it’s already clear things are going to be different. The Wildcats cruised past the mascot-less team from North Dakota on Friday, 85-52, but the cast of characters for K-State didn’t fit

  • Football | November 10, 2012

    Wildcats making the most of turnovers

    Ask and few Kansas State players can tell you the last time they turned the ball over. That’s what near perfection can do to a team. At 9-0 and ranked No. 2 in the BCS, the Wildcats know a little something about perfection this season

  • Football | November 09, 2012

    Cats shut down impact players

    One way for Kansas State quarterback Collin Klein to win the Heisman Trophy, aside from his dominance on the field, is for the Wildcats’ defense to stop other top players in their tracks. K-State already disposed of a trio of quarterbacks in West Virginia’s

  • Football | November 09, 2012

    Pease offers change of pace for Wildcats

    Things didn’t get started off right for Angelo Pease when he came to Kansas State. Coming from Hutchinson Community College in 2011, the all-purpose offensive player arrived in camp late, and didn’t have adequate time to learn the offense. When the Wildcats tried to


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