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  • Baseball | March 03, 2013

    K-State baseball wins home opener, 4-2


    The piles of snow were still quite visible Saturday afternoon outside Tointon Family Stadium, but inside the ballpark, the Kansas State baseball team was in spring mode against Oakland for the Wildcats’ home opener. K-State defeated the Grizzlies 4-2 in the first of a three-game

  • Track & Field | March 03, 2013

    Rovelto signs 11 to 2013 recruiting class

    After signing the sixth-ranked women’s recruiting class in the nation last year, Kansas State track and field coach Cliff Rovelto has announced the signing of eight women’s recruits and three men to National Letters of Intent for the 2013 recruiting class during the spring

  • Tennis | March 03, 2013

    K-State tennis blanked by No. 10 Nebraska

    LINCOLN, Neb. — The 32nd-ranked Kansas State women’s tennis team looked for its second win over a Top 25 opponent this season, but No. 10 Nebraska defended its home court with a 7-0 win on Saturday at the Nebraska Tennis Center. This was the first shut out

  • Track & Field | March 03, 2013

    Wait breaks KSU record at last-chance meet

    FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. — Three Wildcats traveled to Fayetteville to compete at the Arkansas Final Qualifier in an attempt to move up the NCAA rankings and qualify for the NCAA Championship next week. Kansas State junior pole vaulter Kyle Wait might have just done that too, as

  • Equestrian | March 03, 2013

    Equestrian team loses at Baylor, 12-7

    WACO, Texas — A two-meet road trip got off to a rough start for the fourth-ranked Kansas State equestrian team, as the Wildcats dropped a decision to No. 6 Baylor, 12-7, Friday. The Hunter seat team mustered up strong scores, but was unable to overcome Baylor. It

  • Men's Basketball | March 03, 2013

    McGruder has become versatile leader for Wildcats


    Rodney McGruder was just a quiet 16-year-old when he got his first taste of playing in Manhattan. The Kansas State commit drew a crowd when he and fellow commit Wally Judge came to town to play in an AAU tournament with the DC Assault — the

  • Triangulate | March 02, 2013

    Birthday bash with Tex, Nancy and Brian


    Thanks to all who sent birthday greetings to Tex on his 91st birthday! Tex was thrilled with all the cards he received and he was opening many of them just before Ron Frank and I arrived for our visit.  Ron took all the pictures

  • Women's Basketball | March 01, 2013

    K-State seniors to play final home game


    Brittany Chambers and Mariah White might be one of the most dynamic backcourt duos the Kansas State women’s basketball team has ever seen. One is the pure scorer and 3-point artist, the other the distributor and lockdown defender. On Saturday afternoon, Chambers and White —

  • Men's Basketball | March 01, 2013

    Weber’s Cats follow Snyder’s philosophy

    Just days after his team lost to Kansas on Feb. 11, Kansas State men’s basketball coach Bruce Weber turned to another coach on campus. Weber enlisted the help of Bill Snyder to speak with his team prior to a game with Baylor the following Saturday.

  • Baseball | March 01, 2013

    KSU baseball opens at home Saturday

    The Kansas State baseball team will open its home schedule this weekend with a three-game series against Oakland at Tointon Family Stadium. The series, originally scheduled to be Friday through Sunday, was rescheduled to be one game on Saturday at 1 p.m., and a doubleheader

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