Tuesday, October 6, 2015

K-State Sports - Men's Basketball

  • Men's Basketball | May 05, 2015

    Thomas transfers to Seton Hall

    Jevon Thomas is returning closer to home. The former Kansas State guard, who announced his intention to transfer in March, committed to Seton Hall on Monday. The Queens, N.Y., native averaged 4.5 points and 3.3 assists this season, while starting in 25 games at point guard for

  • Men's Basketball | May 03, 2015

    Former Cats barnstorm Manhattan

    It’s not often Flint Hills-area high school athletes get the chance to play pick-up basketball with professional and Division-I college basketball players. The KSU Barnstorming Tour’s stop in Manhattan Saturday evening made that possible. Manhattan High senior Pierson McAtee (right) dunks in front

  • Men's Basketball | April 28, 2015

    K-State men add another walk-on

    Residents of St. John will have even more reason to follow Kansas State men’s basketball now. Former St. John guard Kade Kinnamon announced his intention to walk-on to the men’s basketball program on Monday, joining former teammate Dean Wade as the second former

  • Men's Basketball |Manhattan High School | April 26, 2015

    McAtee to walk on at K-State

    An already-large group of newcomers to the Kansas State men’s basketball team got bigger Friday morning as Manhattan High senior Pierson McAtee accepted head coach Bruce Weber’s invitation to join the program as a walk-on. McAtee, who averaged 14.3 points and seven rebounds a

  • Men's Basketball | April 26, 2015

    Manhattan to host barnstorming tour

    It won’t include the bright lights of Bramlage Coliseum, but five former Kansas State men’s basketball players will return to the Little Apple for a game as part of the 2015 Collegiate Barnstorming Tour. The tour comes to Manhattan on Saturday, with the game

  • Men's Basketball | April 23, 2015

    Weber says changes were needed

    From an outside perspective, the situation within the Kansas State men’s basketball might appear beyond grim. But K-State coach Bruce Weber remains optimistic about his program after making changes he said had to be made. Since the conclusion of the Wildcats’ 15-17 season, Weber

  • 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

  • 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

  • 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

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