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  • Milestone win: KANSAS STATE 34, KANSAS 19 Ku1-2

    Snyder earns his 200th victory

  • Staying alive Mavorhis.mercury

    K-State won on Saturday behind eight strong innings from starting pitcher Levi MaVorhis and six extra-base hits from its offense.

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  • K-State women’s basketball battles to knock off No. 23 Auburn

    Everyone wants to knock off a ranked opponent.

  • Support of K-State fans immensely appreciated

    To the Editor: My sincere thank-you and immense appreciation for the role you have played in providing me the opportunity to have been a part of these 200 victories.

  • Wildcats ready for NCAA tournament

    When K-State learned Sunday night that its first opponent as it hosted the first two rounds of the NCAA tournament would be Lipscomb, head coach Susie Fritz didn’t blink.

  • Brown keeps solid year going in Wednesday’s win

    Barry Brown wasn’t entirely sure how high he jumped when he threw down a vicious dunk in transition Wednesday night.

  • K-State ready for No. 23 Auburn

    The tasks just keep getting tougher for the Kansas State women’s basketball team.

  • Wildcats bounce back with 80-61 win over Green Bay

    Kansas State didn’t look like it dwelled much on its first loss.

  • K-State focused on finishing strong

    With the fanfare of Bill Snyder’s 200th win out of the way, Kansas State looks toward the final game of the regular season this week at TCU.

  • Snyder, Hartman have similarities

    When Bill Snyder won his 200th game this past weekend, my mind drifted back to the 1970s, when K-State football was a total disaster, and K-State basketball was the biggest thing in town.

  • Seaton: Hartman, Snyder have similarities

    When Bill Snyder won his 200th game this past weekend, my mind drifted back to the 1970s, when K-State football was a total disaster, and K-State basketball was the biggest thing in town.

  • Wildcats look to rebound after loss to Maryland

    It played out like it had so many times last season.

  • Big 12 will leave one bowl spot unfilled

    The winner of the Big 12 Conference’s de facto championship game will get a sweet prize indeed.

  • Four Wildcats selected All-Big 12

    Redshirt senior Katie Brand became just the third player in Kansas State volleyball history to be named First Team All-Big 12 three times as she headlined a group of four Wildcats who earned all-conference honors Monday.

  • 200th win much like the others

    Everybody remembers the highlights: The 1998 team that went undefeated in the regular season, the 2003 team that demolished Oklahoma in the Big 12 title game, the 2012 team that won another conference championship.

  • KSU officials praise Snyder on milestone win

    On the occasion of his 200th win, university leaders praised K-State football coach Bill Snyder not only for his record but also for the character with which he’s achieved it.

  • Wildcats pick up No. 14 seed, host first rounds of NCAA tournament

    For the first time since 2007, the Kansas State volleyball team will be host to the first two rounds of the NCAA tournament.


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