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  • Men's Basketball | April 22, 2015

    Johnson to Rutgers

    Nigel Johnson played at his best for two of Kansas State’s biggest games this season. On Tuesday, he became the second former Wildcat to transfer to Rutgers in the last four years. Johnson, who averaged 5.2 points per game this season for K-State, visited Rutgers

  • Women's Basketball | April 21, 2015

    K-State women to play national champ UConn

    The Kansas State women’s basketball team will travel to Storrs, Conn., next season to play the defending national champion Huskies in the first of two games against UConn. Wildcat head coach Jeff Mittie announced the home-and-home series with Connecticut Tuesday afternoon — the first game

  • Men's Basketball | April 20, 2015

    Foster transferring to Creighton


    When Marcus Foster chose to come to Kansas State out of Wichita Falls, Texas, he chose the Wildcats over a close second place in Creighton. Now, Foster will continue his career with the Bluejays. Foster told ESPN’s Jeff Goodman on Sunday that he’d

  • Men's Basketball | April 20, 2015

    Ex-Wildcat Wally Frank dies at 76

    A key part of Kansas State’s fourth-place finish in the 1958 NCAA tournament, former Wildcat forward Wally Frank, died on Saturday. Frank played three years for the Tex Winter-coached Wildcats from 1957-60 and averaged 12 points and 6.7 rebounds in his career. Frank, who came to K-State

  • Rowing | April 20, 2015

    K-State rowing team grabs three golds at SIRAs

    OAK RIDGE, Tenn. — The Kansas State women’s rowing team saw its top three boats pick up three gold medals at the 47th annual Southern Intercollegiate Rowing Association (SIRA) Championship Regatta this weekend. Held on Melton Hill Lake, the five boats deployed by K-State — 1st

  • Golf | April 20, 2015

    K-State women take 5th in Ohio

    COLUMBUS, Ohio — The Kansas State women’s golf team finished in fifth place with a score of 45-over-par 909 following Sunday’s final round of the Lady Buckeye Invitational at the par-72, 6,268-yard Scarlet Course. Sophomore Madison Talley fired a team-low round of 2-over-par 218 to record

  • Tennis | April 20, 2015

    KSU tennis loses to end regular season

    WACO, Texas — Kansas State women’s tennis closed out its first regular spring season under the direction of head coach Danielle Steinberg on Sunday, falling at No. 8 Baylor, 4-0, at the Hurd Tennis Center. K-State concluded the Big 12 regular season with six consecutive losses. “Congrats

  • Football | April 19, 2015

    Klein comes back from serious back injury

    Football could have ended for Kyle Klein last year. After a mid-August surgery to fix a protruding disc in his lower back, Klein was left bed-ridden with six months of rehabilitation ahead of him and a still uncertain future when he returned. But as the

  • Men's Basketball | April 19, 2015

    Currie says K-State’s attrition is not unique

    Despite losing five players this offseason, Kansas State athletic director John Currie downplayed the situation with the men’s basketball team in a letter to fans on Friday evening. Currie used transfer statistics from ESPN’s Jeff Goodman, who keeps a running tab of the

  • Baseball | April 19, 2015

    Red Raiders even series with 7-1 win

    Earlier this week, Kansas State head coach Brad Hill said No. 19 Texas Tech featured a lineup full of big hitters. Friday afternoon, the Wildcats kept the hot-hitting Red Raiders at bay, a team that entered the weekend’s three-game series leading the Big 12 in doubles

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