Kansas State head coach Bruce Weber announced Friday that freshman forward Malek Harris has been dismissed from the men’s basketball program. “We have high standards for the players in our program,” Weber said in the release. “Unfortunately, Malek could not live up to those
Seniors Thomas Gipson and Nino Williams were named co-winners of the Rolando Blackman Team Most Valuable Player award to highlight festivities at the annual Kansas State men’s basketball banquet held Wednesday night at the Colbert Hills Clubhouse. It marked the third time in the
As of last week, the Kansas State men’s basketball team had no point guards left on its roster. That’s all set to change when Kamau Stokes signs his letter of intent to join the Wildcats this Friday. Stokes is the first of two
Anyone who’s seen Thomas Gipson on a basketball court the last four years might have thought he’d fit well on the gridiron, too. That’s because at 6-foot-7 and 265 pounds, Gipson looked like he was built to rush the quarterback off the end.
The Kansas State men’s basketball team is losing another player. Sophomore guard Nigel Johnson confirmed his intention to transfer via Twitter on Wednesday morning, becoming the fourth player lost to transfer or dismissal since the end of the season. “After much deliberation, I say
Kansas State men’s basketball coach Bruce Weber has announced his summer camp schedule for area youth on the university campus. Weber, along with his coaching staff, will direct these summer camps, which begin with the first of two Father/Son Camps (grades K-6th)
Incoming Kansas State freshman Dean Wade continued to add to his list of accolades on Monday, as the St. John senior was selected as Mr. Kansas Basketball by the Kansas Basketball Coaches Association (KBCA). Wade becomes the seventh Wildcat to earn the state’s Mr.
Kansas State started to rebuild the depth of its roster on Sunday with the commitment of junior college guard Corlbe Ervin. The Wildcats had a few spots come open after announcing the dismissals of Marcus Foster and Tre Harris, and the transfer of Jevon Thomas
No matter what anyone thinks of Kansas State coach Bruce Weber’s decision to dismiss Marcus Foster and Tre Harris, the only person he has to answer to is his boss. K-State athletic director John Currie said Wednesday that he supported Weber’s decision to
Marcus Foster is gone. Tre Harris, too. Same with Jevon Thomas. The best thing Kansas State can do now, is move forward. Really, it’s all they can do. The Wildcats won’t be bringing their leading scorer back. Not under any circumstances. And they