Friday, April 29, 2016

K-State Sports - K-State Sports

  • Rowing | April 04, 2016

    Rowing strong at San Diego Crew Classic

    SAN DIEGO — Kansas State’s 1V8 made the Grand Final for the second straight season, while the 2V8 and 1V4 each made the Petite Final as the Wildcats’ rowing team closed out competition at the San Diego Crew Classic on Sunday. “I think it was

  • Baseball | April 03, 2016

    Cats drop twin bill at Texas Tech

    LUBBOCK, Texas — Kansas State was swept in a doubleheader at No. 22 Texas Tech on Saturday, losing Game 1, 10-3, before dropping Game 2, 10-4, at Rip Griffin Park. The Wildcats (12-16, 0-5 Big 12) allowed multiple runs in five of the eight innings that Texas Tech (19-8, 7-1

  • Golf | April 03, 2016

    Women’s golf finishes 7th in Texas

    MESQUITE, Texas — Backed by three scores under 75, the Kansas State women’s golf team jumped four spots in the final round on Saturday to finish in a tie for seventh at the SMU/DAC Invitational. The Wildcats recorded a 9-over 297 in the final round to

  • Tennis | April 03, 2016

    K-State tennis loses at Texas Tech, 4-0

    LUBBOCK, Texas — The Kansas State women’s tennis team was swept on Friday, losing to No. 13 Texas Tech 4-0 at the Lubbock Country Club. The Wildcats (8-8, 0-3 Big 12) had another shift in the lineup against the Red Raiders (16-2, 1-1), as Carolina Costamagna returned

  • Men's Basketball | April 01, 2016

    Ex-Wildcats reunite for tournament


    Fans often have discussions about their perfect Kansas State basketball dream team.  And what if it actually happened? What if those days of Jacob Pullen and Denis Clemente raining 3-pointers weren’t finished? A handful of former K-State basketball players are set to make

  • Baseball | March 31, 2016

    Wildcats collapse in extra-inning loss


    When Danny Krause rounded third and headed for home, it looked like Kansas State was about to score a walk-off win in the 10th inning Wednesday night. But a perfect throw from Oral Roberts’ leftfielder Rolando Martinez and a well-timed tag from catcher Matt Whatley

  • Men's Basketball | March 31, 2016

    Student managers staging their own version of Final Four

    KNOXVILLE, Tenn. — Kansas and Michigan State are participating in the Final Four after all, albeit on a much smaller scale than expected. While the Jayhawks and Spartans didn’t make it to Houston after getting eliminated from the NCAA tournament, student managers of those programs

  • Football | March 31, 2016

    K-State opens spring practice

    The first on-field preparations for the 2016 football season began Wednesday afternoon, as Kansas State hit the field for the first of 14 practices leading up to the Purple/White Spring Game later in April. Beginning Wednesday, K-State will practice each Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday over

  • Tennis | March 31, 2016

    KSU tennis heads to Lubbock

    The Kansas State women’s tennis team will travel to Texas to take on a pair of ranked opponents as it visits No. 13 Texas Tech at McLeod Tennis Center in Lubbock on Friday and No. 35 TCU at Bayard H. Friedman Tennis Center in Fort Worth

  • Baseball | March 30, 2016

    Cats snap losing skid with blowout win


    It wouldn’t seem like a win against an average Omaha team would mean so much more to the Kansas State baseball than any other win. But when that win ends a seven-game losing streak, the 11-3 victory Tuesday night at Tointon Family Stadium seemed

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