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K-State Sports - Women's Basketball

  • Women's Basketball | May 11, 2016

    K-State to host Connecticut on Dec. 11

    Kansas State women’s basketball will host 11-time NCAA national champion Connecticut on Sunday, Dec. 11, at 1 p.m. in Bramlage Coliseum. The 2016-17 game will conclude a two-game home-and-home series between the schools. “It’s great to get this game finalized for our fans and

  • Women's Basketball | May 04, 2016

    K-State extends Mittie through 2022

    Kansas State head women’s basketball coach Jeff Mittie is getting a raise. K-State athletic director John Currie announced Mittie, just the second coach in program history to guide the Wildcats to consecutive postseason appearances in the first two seasons, signed a contract amendment granting

  • Women's Basketball | April 15, 2016

    Wesemann named Big 12 WBB Scholar-Athlete of the Year

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    In an announcement by the Big 12 on Thursday, Kansas State junior guard Kindred Wesemann was named the 2016 Big 12 Women’s Basketball Scholar-Athlete of the Year in voting by the league’s head coaches. Wesemann is the second K-State women’s basketball player to earn this

  • Women's Basketball | April 14, 2016

    Mittie adds Alabama transfer

    K-State women’s basketball head coach Jeff Mittie announced this week the addition of graduate transfer Karyla Middlebrook to the 2016-17 roster. Middlebrook, a guard from Blue Springs, Mo., will join previously announced fall signees — guard Mercedes Brooks (Wichita Falls, Texas), center Peyton Williams (Topeka)

  • Women's Basketball | March 22, 2016

    Cats take step forward in NCAA tourney

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    There was no doubt Sunday night that the Kansas State women felt the sting of losing to South Carolina in the second round of the NCAA tournament. Though there is no shame in losing to the nation’s third-ranked team on its home court at

  • Women's Basketball | March 21, 2016

    Gamecocks too much for Cats in 2nd round

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    COLUMBIA, S.C. — There will be no Sweet 16 for the Kansas State women this season. The Wildcats — playing one of the most dominant basketball programs in the country on its home court — had their season come to end with a 73-47 loss to No. 1-seed

  • Women's Basketball | March 19, 2016

    Cats focused on SC, not distractions

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    COLUMBIA, S.C. — There’s a lot of excitement that goes along with facing a No. 1 seed and the nation’s third-ranked team, especially on its home court. But little numbers next the school’s name and a hostile Colonial Life Arena like the Kansas

  • Women's Basketball | March 19, 2016

    Wildcats rally to beat Colonials in NCAA first round

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    COLUMBIA, S.C. — Few players get a second chance like Bri Craig had Friday night. The senior went to the line with 20 seconds remaining for a pair of free throws in the hope of sealing a Kansas State NCAA-tournament victory over George Washington. But after

  • Women's Basketball | March 19, 2016

    NO FEAR: Wildcats focused on Gamecocks, not distractions

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    COLUMBIA, S.C. — There’s a lot of excitement that goes along with facing a No. 1 seed and the nation’s third-ranked team, especially on its home court. But little numbers next the school’s name and a hostile Colonial Life Arena like the Kansas

  • Women's Basketball | March 18, 2016

    Wildcats rally for NCAA tournament victory

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    COLUMBIA, S.C. — Few players get a second chance like Bri Craig had Friday night. The senior went to the line with 20 seconds remaining for a pair of free throws in the hope of sealing a Kansas State NCAA-tournament victory over George Washington. But after

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