After leading Kansas State in scoring in back-to-back games, freshman guard Barry Brown was named Big 12 Newcomer of the Week on Monday. Brown came off the bench in losses to Texas and Oklahoma this past week, but provided the Wildcats with energy and a scoring
NORMAN, Okla. — Once again Kansas State was faced with a hole to crawl out of and again it scrapped its way back on Saturday at Oklahoma. But after the Wildcats pulled within eight in the second half, the No. 2/1 Sooners turned them away and never
After dropping its first three games to open Big 12 play, it sure doesn’t get any easier today for the Kansas State women’s basketball team. The Wildcats, who had won seven in a row heading into conference play, will look to put an end
While the Liberty Bowl didn’t end the way Kansas State fans were hoping on the field, the game itself was considered a huge boon for the city of Memphis, Tenn., where the game was held. Attendance at the game was 61,136 — a sellout — but millions
Kansas State combined for 17 first-place finishes and set two facility records Saturday, as it put on a dominant performance in the Wildcat Invitational in Ahearn Field House. In the final scoring, the 20th-ranked men topped Wichita State, 85-82, and Arkansas-Pine Bluff, 99-40, while the fourth-ranked
Barry Brown talked out the scenario and then agreed. Yes, No. 2/1 Oklahoma is likely the toughest test the Kansas State men’s basketball team will have faced this season when it plays the Sooners on Saturday in Norman, Okla. — tipping at 3:30 p.m. on ESPNews.
Junior Akela Jones was named to the 2016 Preseason Bowerman Trophy watch list, the USTFCCCA announced on Wednesday. With the recognition, Jones becomes the first Kansas State female track athlete to be named to the Bowerman Trophy watch list since the award was established in 2009. Jones
KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Journalists who go out on a limb and get a story exactly correct when the whole world seems to be saying the opposite, well… We try to remain relaxed and humble about it. But we aren’t. Hell, no, we throw our
West Virginia shot better than 50 percent for the game and at times, seemed unstoppable from behind the arc. But as good as the Mountaineers were offensively, its what they did to the Kansas State women defensively that really did the Wildcats in on Wednesday night.
The Kansas State’s women’s track and field team earned a fourth-place national ranking with 120.25 points — the Wildcats’ best-ever ranking for the women. K-State’s men checked in at No. 20 with 43.19 points in the USTFCCCA’s preseason indoor track and field poll. For the
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