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  • Women's Basketball | June 08, 2015

    Cats’ Kaylee Page eligible for start of season

    In a ruling from the NCAA, Kansas State redshirt freshman Kaylee Page has been determined immediately eligible for the start of the 2015-16 season after transferring from Nebraska, the school announced Monday. Page — a 6-foot-2 forward from Wamego — joined the Wildcats prior to the start

  • Football | June 07, 2015

    Q&A with former Wildcat quarterback Dan Manucci

    Manucci (2).phatch

    Dan Manucci was a Phoenix area high school star triple-sport athlete who went on to play football and baseball at Mesa Community College before playing football at Kansas State his junior and senior years in 1977-78. Following his time as a Wildcat, he had a

  • Women's Basketball | June 05, 2015

    Mittie Adds Stoglin-Reed to staff

    Kansas State women’s basketball head coach Jeff Mittie announced Thursday the addition of Stephanie Stoglin-Reed to the staff for the 2015-16 season. Stoglin-Reed will serve as the team’s coordinator of recruiting operations. “Through the process Stephanie’s name came up in various recruiting

  • Men's Basketball | June 05, 2015

    Men’s basketball tickets go on sale June 10

    Season tickets for Kansas State’s home men’s basketball schedule in 2015-16 will go on sale Wednesday, June 10, the athletic department announced Thursday. Fans will able to purchase exclusively online at http://www.kstatesports.com/tickets on June 10 with a number of incentives, including

  • June 05, 2015

    K-State to launch new full digital platform

    K-State and SportsLabs — one of the nation’s leading sports technology providers — are partnering on a new k-statesports.com, mobile/tablet applications and full digital platform, department officials announced Thursday. The platform will provide Wildcat fans with new features and enhanced mobile and video experiences.

  • Football | June 03, 2015

    Bishop makes College HoF ballot for 2016

    Aggies dilemma.phatch

    Former Kansas State record-setting quarterback Michael Bishop was one of 76 Football Bowl Subdivision players named to the 2016 ballot for induction into the College Football Hall of Fame on Tuesday, the National Football Foundation announced. One of the most dynamic players in program history, Bishop played

  • Football | June 02, 2015

    Four K-State football game times announced

    A nationally-televised November tilt against Baylor and two early-season home contests highlighted four of Kansas State’s game times announced by the Big 12 and its television partners Monday. The Wildcats’ Sept. 5 season opener against South Dakota will be broadcast exclusively on K-StateHD.TV with kickoff

  • Baseball | June 02, 2015

    Brad Hill baseball camps announced

    K-State baseball head coach Brad Hill has announced several camp dates for this summer, including two Junior Wildcat Camps and two High School Select Camps. The pair of Junior Wildcat Camps will be in June at Tointon Family Stadium, with the camp for ages 6-9

  • Track & Field | June 02, 2015

    K-State track and field teams remain in Top 25

    The K-State track and field men’s and women’s squads both remained in the national Top 25 in the final set of USTFCCCA Team Rankings before the NCAA Championships on June 10-13. Announced Monday, the men and women rank No. 23 and No. 10, respectively, and are

  • Golf | June 02, 2015

    K-State golfers set for a busy summer

    Highlighted by a tournament victory by sophomore-to-be Trent Evans, K-State men’s golfers have started off the summer on the right foot in various tournaments across the nation. Evans captured the Inaugural Konza Prairie Amateur Championship last weekend at Colbert Hills, while Connor Knabe and

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