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  • Football | February 03, 2016

    Wildcats announce 2016 football class

    More than 20 athletes signed on the dotted line Wednesday morning, as Kansas State announced its 2016 football recruiting class. The new class is highlighted by four-star quarterback Skylar Thompson, who signed with the Wildcats in the fall and joined the program in time for the spring

  • Men's Basketball | February 03, 2016

    Cats eager to play spoiler at Kansas

    Kansas State heads into Lawrence to face No. 7 Kansas tonight likely playing without its starting point guard and looking to break an 11-game Big 12 road losing streak. And of course, it all comes in one of the toughest places to play in the country in

  • Volleyball | February 03, 2016

    Fritz signs extension through 2020

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    Staff reports Suzie Fritz has signed a four-year contract extension to remain Kansas State’s volleyball coach through the 2020 season, K-State athletic director John Currie announced Tuesday. The program’s winningest coach had one year remaining on her current five-year contract signed in 2012. Under the

  • Football | February 03, 2016

    Banks, Prewett to transfer

    As Kansas State welcomes a group of new players to the football program, a couple of others have decided to end their time with the Wildcats. Backup quarterback Jonathan Banks, who arrived late last summer from Contra Costa College in California, announced on Twitter he

  • Women's Basketball | February 03, 2016

    K-State women have tough road ahead

    If the Kansas State women’s basketball team wants to make the postseason, the Wildcats’ biggest hurdle will be the month of February. K-State closed out January with a 66-51 loss at home to No. 6 Texas Saturday and now the Wildcats face six ranked opponents

  • Men's Basketball | February 02, 2016

    K-State PG questionable for KU game

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    Kansas State will likely be without its starting point guard when the Wildcats travel to Lawrence to face the rival Jayhawks on Wednesday night. K-State coach Bruce Weber said Monday he was still waiting for more information on the injury freshman Kamau Stokes suffered in

  • Men's Basketball | February 01, 2016

    Road win a rarity for Wildcats

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    When Bruce Weber arrived at Kansas State, he inherited a ready-to-go team that featured an experienced core of players. The Wildcats went 7-3 in true road games in his first season, with a 6-3 Big 12 road record that played a big role in K-State claiming

  • Track & Field | February 01, 2016

    Men 3rd, Women 4th at New Mexico Invite

    ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — Competing in its first meet outside of the state of the state, the Kansas State track and field team had a strong outing this weekend, as the men’s side finished third with 71 points and the women fourth with 75 points at the

  • Women's Basketball | January 31, 2016

    Wecker, Ohlde turn rivalry into friendship

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    Kendra Wecker and Nicole Ohlde had to go into the Kansas State Athletics Hall of Fame together. It couldn’t have happened any other way. They grew up only 54 miles apart. Wecker from Marysville, Ohlde from Clay Center, the two were rivals at every level

  • Men's Basketball | January 31, 2016

    Big run propels Cats past Rebels

    It wasn’t always pretty, but eventually Kansas State found a way to get its offense going. The Wildcats used a 19-2 second-half run to push ahead by as many as 18 points on Saturday before holding on to beat Ole Miss, 69-64, in Bramlage Coliseum

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