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  • Cats hit the road to face Nebraska

    After its conference-opening weekend, the Kansas State baseball team travels north to Lincoln, Nebraska, to meet former Big 12 rival Nebraska Tuesday night at Hawks Field at Haymarket Park.

  • Wesemann to compete in 3-point championship

    Kansas State’s Kindred Wesemann has accepted an invitation to compete in the 29th-annual State Farm College Slam Dunk and 3-Point Championships in Phoenix on Thursday.

  • Frankie and Johnny: Who did who wrong?

    At this moment, Frank Martin is the king of the world.

  • Texas sweeps K-State in weekend series

    Sunday afternoon’s series finale between Kansas State and Texas saw three lead changes, but a seventh-inning home run by Kody Clemens gave the Longhorns a 6-5 victory and a series sweep at UFCU Disch-Falk Field.

K-State Sports Galleries

  • Build that wall Stadiumwall1

    Construction crews work on building a limestone wall around the field at Bill Snyder Family Stadium on Tuesday morning. The project is part of Phase IV of the athletic department’s master plan to improve the stadium.
    This phase of improvements to the stadium includes resurfacing of the concrete surrounding the field, the addition of a limestone wall around the field and upgrades to the videoboards and sound system.

  • EARLY ARRIVALS Earlyarrivals

    K-State sophomores Denny Graham and Brice Valdez wait in line Monday morning at Bramlage Coliseum for the men’s basketball game against Kansas. The game starts at 8 p.m. They were the only fans in line at 10:15 a.m.


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  • Weber Weber to return for sixth season

    Bruce Weber will be back for a sixth season at Kansas State University.

  • Dixon tosses school record in K-State outdoor opener

    It took just one meet for the first record of the 2017 outdoor season to fall as junior Mitch Dixon broke the one-yearold school record in the men’s hammer throw as the Kansas State track and field team opened its outdoor campaign on Saturday at the Hurricane Collegiate Invitational in Coral Gables, Florida.

  • K-State stifled in loss to Texas

    For the second consecutive game, the Kansas State baseball team was unable to solve Texas’ pitching as it fell, 5-0, at UFCU Disch-Falk Field on Saturday.

  • Lewis named to WBCA All-Region team

    Kansas State senior center Breanna Lewis continues to pile up the postseason honors as she was named to the Women’s Basketball Coaches Association (WBCA) All-Region 3 team and is a finalist for All-American honors from the WBCA.

  • Cats head to UT for Big 12 series

    The Kansas State baseball team opens its conference schedule Friday with a three-game set at UFC Disch-Falk Field in Austin, Texas, against Texas.

  • K-State soccer to play six spring matches

    Kansas State soccer will play six matches on five dates during its spring schedule, including a preview with a future Big 12 opponent.

  • Ksubaseball1 K-State rides big third inning to win over Omaha

    If two innings of small pitching hiccups were Kansas State’s most bothersome issues Tuesday night, one need not look far to see how dominant the Wildcats were in a 10-1 win over Omaha.

  • Kindredw Wesemann, Lewis leave legacy of passion at K-State

    She’ll tell you she’s begun to keep her emotions in check over the last few years, but it was hard to tell when Kindred Wesemann checked out of her last collegiate game Monday evening.

  • Kindredwesemann1 K-State’s season ended with 69-48 loss to Stanford in second round of NCAA tournament

    Smiles mixed in with tears for the Kansas State women’s basketball team on Monday night.

  • Don’t rule out an upset

    The Kansas State University women’s basketball team won’t be favored to beat Stanford when the two teams play late this afternoon in Bramlage Coliseum with a berth in the Sweet 16 on the line.

  • Brelewis Wildcats set to face Stanford in round of 32

    Bre Lewis only needed to see one school to know where she was going to go.

  • K-State’s comeback falls short in 12-11 loss to Iowa

    Asking more out of Steve Serratore would have been stretching it.

  • Cox leaving K-State football coaching staff

    The Kansas State football program is making another change to its coaching staff as head coach Bill Snyder announced in a release Sunday that linebackers coach Mike Cox is not returning.

  • Wesley Bearcats end K-State’s season, 75-61

    Mark Billingsley Special to The Mercury SACRAMENTO, Calif.

  • Baranczyk returns to Bramlage in Drake’s loss to K-State

    As long as the gears turn in the Kansas State basketball program there will be coaching alumni, and Bramlage Coliseum has now hosted several this season alone — though few on the women’s side.


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