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  • Women's Basketball | November 02, 2012

    K-State women drop Tigers, 68-57

    The young, undersized Kansas State women’s basketball team opened the season Thursday night with a gritty 68-57 exhibition win over the Fort Hays State at Bramlage Coliseum. Despite a shaky first half that saw Fort Hays lead for more than 10 minutes and keep the

  • Women's Basketball | November 01, 2012

    K-State PGs White, Texada placed on restrictions

    Kansas State point guards Mariah White and Haley Texada will have to wait a bit longer to get on the court this season. The two suited up, but did not play in the Wildcats’ exhibition opening 68-57 victory over Fort Hays State on Thursday night

  • Volleyball | November 01, 2012

    K-State ready for Longhorns


    Although history goes against the Kansas State volleyball team as it travels to Austin to face the Texas Longhorns Friday night at 7, the Wildcats feel ready to take on a team they haven’t defeated on the road since 2001. “I feel good,” K-State head coach

  • Football | November 01, 2012

    Last season’s loss at O-State still stings

    Collin Klein’s message to his team this week was pretty simple. The senior quarterback stood up in front of his teammates during Monday’s practice with one thing to say. “At practice last night, Collin said, ‘nobody here has beaten Oklahoma State, nobody in

  • Football | November 01, 2012

    Cantele a consistent force for Wildcats

    While the performances of Kansas State seniors, quarterback Collin Klein and linebacker Arthur Brown, are making national headlines these days, the Wildcats have another senior who has been equally as consistent. Making 11 of his 12 attempts this season, Anthony Cantele leads the Big 12 in field goal

  • Women's Basketball | October 31, 2012

    Wildcats win exhibition vs. Washburn

    At times on Tuesday, Washburn coach Bob Chipman was getting flashbacks of Jack Hartman’s days at Kansas State. Chipman, who played at K-State for Hartman from 1971-73, marked himself as impressed with what new Wildcats coach Bruce Weber brought to the floor in an 81

  • Women's Basketball | October 31, 2012

    K-State sophomores ready for bigger roles

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    Last season, as true freshmen, Kansas State women’s basketball players Haley Texada and Ashia Woods were just getting used to life as student athletes. They almost instantly clicked as best friends and were playing on a team with plenty of experienced veterans to follow.

  • Football | October 31, 2012

    Malone semifinalist for Thorpe Award

    For the second time in as many seasons, Kansas State defensive back Nigel Malone has been named a semifinalist for the Jim Thorpe Award, the Jim Thorpe Association announced Tuesday. Malone is one of 15 semifinalists for the award given annually to the top defensive back

  • Track & Field | October 31, 2012

    Rovelto to offer high jump coaching clinic

    K-State track and field coach Cliff Rovelto is offering a high jump coaching clinic in January. The Cliff Rovelto High Jump Coaching Clinic is set for Jan. 12 with a registration deadline of Jan. 9. Cost of the coaching clinic is $120 per individual and runs from 9 a.

  • Football | October 30, 2012

    Walker out indefinitely with knee injury

    It appears Kansas State linebacker Tre Walker’s season could be in jeopardy after leaving Saturday’s game against Texas Tech with a right knee injury. Walker, who’s been one of the most inspirational leaders for the undefeated Wildcats, tweeted this week that he’

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