Friday, April 29, 2016



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  • Football | April 06, 2016

    Cats look for improvement this spring

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    The Kansas State football team is looking to pick up some of the pieces this spring from a difficult 6-7 season this last fall. K-State battled injuries and late-game disappointments last season, finishing the year with a 22-point loss in the Liberty Bowl to Arkansas

  • Baseball | April 06, 2016

    K-State beats Huskers to snap losing skid

    LINCOLN, Neb. — Behind four scoreless innings from starter Brandon Erickson and a two-inning save notched by Jordan Floyd, Kansas State snapped its four-game losing streak and beat Nebraska, 4-2, on Tuesday at Hawks Field at Haymarket Park. The Wildcats (13-17) held the Huskers (19-9) to

  • Volleyball | April 06, 2016

    Hooper joins K-State volleyball

    Kansas State volleyball head coach Suzie Fritz announced the addition of Cheyenne Hooper to the program as a middle blocker on Tuesday. A 6-foot-6 redshirt sophomore, Hooper will play for the Wildcats after her freshman year was spent with the K-State women’s basketball program,

  • Golf | April 06, 2016

    Weir finishes 11th at Kansas City Shootout

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — K-State women’s golfer Chloe Weir carded a 12-over to finish 11th at the Kansas City Shootout at the par-72, 6,124-yard Shoal Creek Golf Club. Weir carded three-straight rounds of 76 to finish with a 54-hole total of 228, the best score among all

  • Golf | April 06, 2016

    K-State men’s golf fifth in Mississippi

    WEST POINT, Miss. — K-State junior Matt Green earned his first top-five finish of the spring as he led the Wildcats to a fifth-place finish at the Old Waverly Collegiate Championship on Tuesday. K-State carded a 9-over 297 during the final round to bring its 54-hole score

  • Golf | April 05, 2016

    Former Wildcat Streb ready for Masters return

    For the second straight year, former Kansas State golfer Robert Streb will participate in the Masters at Augusta National Golf Club in Augusta, Ga., beginning with practice rounds on Monday and Tuesday. Streb, who qualified for this year’s event by reaching the previous year’

  • Track & Field | April 05, 2016

    K-State track and field announces 2016 camp

    The Kansas State track and field team has announced it will be holding a four-day track and field and cross country camp June 13-16. The camp is directed by K-State assistant coach, Vincent Johnson, with support from the other Wildcat assistant coaching staff of Ryun

  • Volleyball | April 05, 2016

    K-State volleyball season tickets on sale

    Coming off Kansas State’s fourth trip to the NCAA tournament in the last five years, the Wildcats announced season tickets for the upcoming 2016 volleyball campaign are on sale. New this season are a number of benefits exclusive to season ticket holders. These include a

  • Baseball | April 04, 2016

    Texas Tech sweeps Cats

    LUBBOCK, Texas — The Kansas State baseball team scored a run in the ninth inning and had the game-tying run at third base, but the Wildcats lost their fourth one-run game in conference play as they fell to No. 22 Texas Tech, 6-5, on Sunday at Rip

  • Tennis | April 04, 2016

    KSU tennis falls at TCU

    FORT WORTH, Texas — Despite capturing the doubles point to take an early lead at No. 35 TCU, the Kansas State women’s tennis team was defeated, 4-1, on Sunday at the Bayard H. Friedman Tennis Center. The Wildcats (8-9, 0-4 Big 12) came out strong against the

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