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  • Tennis | April 11, 2016

    K-State tennis beats WVU for first Big 12 win

    MORGANTOWN, W.Va. — The Kansas State women’s tennis team picked up its first Big 12 win of the season with a 4-2 victory at West Virginia on Sunday at Ridgeview Racquet Club to close out its road trip. The Wildcats (9-10, 1-5 Big 12) earned the

  • Track & Field | April 10, 2016

    K-State shines in Louisiana

    For the second straight meet, the Kansas State track and field team saw a school record broken, as well as numerous first-place finishes and personal bests as competition came to a close at the LSU Battle on the Bayou on Saturday. In a meet scored

  • Football | April 10, 2016

    Ertz trying to win QB job again


    Jesse Ertz’s first-career start was over just as soon as it started. The junior quarterback tore the ACL in his right knee on the first play of the season last year and knew nearly immediately that he was done. “I had a pretty good

  • Baseball | April 10, 2016

    Longhorns hand Cats 8th straight Big 12 loss


    Just when things seemed like they were finally turning a corner for the Kansas State baseball team, the same old problems crept back in again. The Wildcats scored three runs in the sixth inning to pull within two of Texas’ lead, but promptly allowed the

  • Golf | April 10, 2016

    KSU women finish 4th at Texas Tech

    LUBBOCK, Texas — In its final event prior to the Big 12 Championship, the Kansas State women’s golf team notched its fourth top-five finish of the season and second of the spring as the Wildcats moved up one spot to finish fourth during the final round

  • Tennis | April 09, 2016

    Cats Drop Match to Cyclones

    AMES, Iowa — In the first leg of a two-match road trip, the Kansas State women’s tennis team was defeated, 4-2, at Iowa State on Friday at the Forker Tennis Courts. After dropping the doubles point to the Cyclones (14-4, 2-1 Big 12) and matches at

  • Baseball | April 08, 2016

    Wildcats look to break Big 12 skid

    Kansas State baseball coach Brad Hill can’t help but smile. Asked about how good it felt for the Wildcats to break a four-game losing streak on Tuesday at Nebraska, Hill lit up and laughed. “That was a good feeling,” he said Thursday. “That felt

  • Golf | April 08, 2016

    K-State wraps regular season in Texas

    Heading into its final tune-up prior to the Big 12 Championship, the Kansas State women’s golf team is back in action as the Wildcats head to Lubbock, Texas, to compete in the Red Raider Invitational, Friday and Saturday, at the par-72, 6,541-yard Rawls Course. The

  • Men's Basketball | April 07, 2016

    MBB assistant Brooks heading to Baylor

    Kansas State basketball is losing an assistant to a fellow Big 12 Conference team. K-State assistant coach Alvin Brooks announced his resignation on Wednesday evening to take the same job at Baylor next season. Brooks is the first assistant to leave K-State since head coach Bruce

  • Tennis | April 07, 2016

    Wildcats ready for final Big 12 road matches

    The Kansas State women’s tennis team will compete in its last Big 12 road matches of the regular season this weekend when it faces Iowa State today at Forker Tennis Courts in Ames, Iowa and West Virginia on Sunday at Ridgeview Racquet Club in Morgantown,

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