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  • Women's Basketball | June 26, 2015

    Mittie: This summer huge for growth


    Jeff Mittie probably could not have asked for a better first season in Manhattan. Having taken over a program that was coming off a losing season — absent from the postseason for a year — the first-year Kansas State coach not only got the Wildcats back to

  • Rowing | June 26, 2015

    Wiltfong named assistant rowing coach

    Kansas State women’s rowing announced the hiring of Hanna Wiltfong as assistant coach for the upcoming 2015-16 season. Taking over for assistant coach Grace Ure, who will be stepping down to take on a volunteer assistant role with the team, Wiltfong spent the past

  • June 25, 2015

    K-State mourns the loss of George Breidenthal

    Longtime K-State fan and athletics donor George Breidenthal died Tuesday, according to a report from the athletics department. “George was a kind and generous man who was a lifelong friend of K-State,” said K-State Athletic Director John Currie. “His benevolent support of athletics, and in

  • Women's Basketball | June 25, 2015

    K-State women’s basketball to host camp in August

    The Kansas State women’s basketball team and head coach Jeff Mittie will host a group skill instructional camp during three sessions in August. The sessions are available to any and all participants entering grades 9-12 and is limited to the first 44 players to register.

  • Track & Field | June 25, 2015

    K-State men add three signees

    The Kansas State track and field team announced the signing of three additional student-athletes to National Letters of Intent for the 2016 season. All signees for the men’s squad, the three newest additions make it 18 student-athletes total for the 2015 recruiting class — 11 for the men, seven

  • Men's Basketball | June 24, 2015

    Coaches split on shot clock rule

    Kansas State coach Bruce Weber made his feelings about the new 30-second shot clock known during a summer meeting with media last week. And while the Wildcats’ head coach isn’t a big fan of it, his Big 12 counterparts have opinions that vary from positive

  • Football | June 24, 2015

    K-State closing in on 27 straight sellouts

    Kansas State is closing in on yet another season sellout for the 2015 campaign, which would run its consecutive streak of filling Bill Snyder Family Stadium to 27 straight games, as a very limited number of tickets remain. Department officials announced that 3,560 single-game tickets were sold on

  • Rowing | June 24, 2015

    Murray named Big 12 Scholar-Athlete of the Year

    Senior Meggie Murray was honored by the Big 12 Conference, earning Scholar-Athlete of the Year honors for women’s rowing. The second-straight Wildcat rower to win the award, Murray was voted in by the conference’s coaches and was the lone representative in the spring sport

  • June 24, 2015

    Three promoted on K-State athletics staff

    Three members of the Kansas State athletic department will have new titles for the upcoming year. Laird Veatch received a promotion to the title of Deputy Athletics Director, while Jill Shields was named Executive Associate Athletics Director. Clint Dowdle was promoted to Associate Athletics

  • Men's Basketball | June 23, 2015

    Weber: Cats will be better

    To hear Kansas State coach Bruce Weber talk about it, one might think last year’s Wildcats were just a group of guys throwing around a basketball two nights a week. Maybe that’s not too far off though. Last year’s team seemingly played

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