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  • Willis, Lee selected in NFL draft Willis

    The guy Bill Snyder called the “epitome” of Kansas State football is now a Cincinnati Bengal.

  • Mittie named KBCA womens’ basketball coach of the year

    Kansas State head coach Jeff Mittie was named the recipient of the 2017 Kansas Basketball Coaches Association (KBCA) Women’s Basketball Four-Year College Coach of the Year Award after leading the Wildcats to one of their winningest seasons in 10 years.

K-State Sports Galleries

  • ‘Pure vanilla’ Spring171

    Purple runs past White to win 38-6

  • Build that wall Stadiumwall1

    Construction crews work on building a limestone wall around the field at Bill Snyder Family Stadium on Tuesday morning. The project is part of Phase IV of the athletic department’s master plan to improve the stadium.
    This phase of improvements to the stadium includes resurfacing of the concrete surrounding the field, the addition of a limestone wall around the field and upgrades to the videoboards and sound system.


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  • Former K-State AD Currie adds Reid to staff

    Tennessee vice chancellor and athletic director John Currie announced Tuesday that current College Football Playoff chief financial officer Reid Sigmon is joining the Tennessee leadership staff as executive associate athletics director and chief operating officer.

  • K-State adds power forward Mawien

    Bruce Weber got the big man he was looking for.

  • KSU’s Willock suspended following Sunday arrest

    A K-State women’s basketball player was arrested early Sunday at Johnny Kaw’s bar in Aggieville for criminal trespass and liquor purchase by a minor.

  • Bats come alive in 11-4 win over West Virginia

    The moment Quintin Crandall’s eighth-inning home run disappeared over the left-field wall Sunday afternoon, Kansas State had no reason to fret.

  • Atthepeak Coaches, athletics dominate list of top earners at K-State

    K-State head football coach Bill Snyder cracked the $3 million mark for pay in 2016, as he and his assistants again dominated the list of top earners at the university.

  • Thompson streaky in Wildcat debut

    Skylar Thompson wasn’t nervous, even though he was making his highly anticipated Kansas State debut, starting at quarterback for the White team in Saturday’s spring game.

  • Spring177 Purple runs past White, 38-6

    Kansas State’s first-team players fought back from slow starts in the first and second half to win the spring game, 38-6, on Saturday.

  • Hill passes Clark for wins record at K-State

    Brad Hill paused for a moment.

  • Errors cost K-State in 9-7 loss to West Virginia

    The tidal wave of momentum Kansas State rode into the eighth inning in a 9-7 loss to No.

  • K-State basketball adds Wainright

    Kansas State filled one of its two open scholarships with one of the top remaining junior college players in the country on Thursday.

  • Ksufbpractice Young guys stepping up on K-State offense

    With the spring game on Saturday, Kansas State head football coach Bill Snyder is seeing something different every day from his team.

  • Snyderstadium KSU bans guns at some venues

    Wildcat fans will face additional security measures at K-State athletic events this fall.

  • Miracleinmanhattanmovie Screenings of ‘Miracle in Manhattan’ film sold out

    The hot ticket at the local movie theater this weekend is not a Hollywood blockbuster, but rather a film about Manhattan itself.

  • K-State’s Dibbini extended through 2020-21

    Following the debut season of K-State soccer, K-State athletics and head coach Mike Dibbini announced a two-year contract extension through the 2020-21 season on Thursday.


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