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K-State Sports - Women's Basketball

  • Men's Basketball |Women's Basketball | June 18, 2014

    Bramlage to get $2.4m in upgrades

    Dramatic improvements in fan experience amenities and game atmosphere will highlight upgrades to Bramlage Coliseum, as K-State Athletics announced that a new high-definition Panasonic center-hung video board, six additional LED displays and a state-of-the-art, innovative lighting and sound systems will be installed this fall. In

  • Women's Basketball | June 09, 2014

    Romero transferring to Florida State

    Leticia Romero is headed to Florida State. The All-Big 12 point guard, who won her release from Kansas State last month after an ugly seven-week public fight with the school, will sit out next season due to NCAA transfer rules and be eligible to play for

  • Women's Basketball | May 27, 2014

    Romero granted her release from K-State

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    Former Kansas State point guard Leticia Romero has been granted her release. Announced Tuesday morning, K-State modified institutional policy that prohibited the decision of a campus appeals committee to be overturned, giving sole discretion to the athletic director to review all denial rulings. Romero, who

  • Women's Basketball | May 23, 2014

    Romero exploring other options to gain her release

    When Leticia Romero first asked for her release more than two months ago, she had no idea she’d still be waiting for it today and in the fight of her life with the university she’s called home for the past year. The All-Big 12

  • Women's Basketball | May 22, 2014

    Back and forth: MTSU allowed to contact Romero, again

    Put this one down as a win for Leticia Romero, something the former Kansas State point guard hasn’t experienced since her fight for a release from the university began more than two months ago. Romero can now have contact with Middle Tennessee State — for

  • Women's Basketball | May 22, 2014

    University attorney requests Currie letter be removed, claims it was stolen

    Kansas State has asked The Mercury to take down a photo of a confidential letter concerning Leticia Romero from its website. University attorney Pete Paukstelis on Thursday asked for the removal and destruction of the photo it obtained Wednesday showing a confidential communication from KSU

  • Women's Basketball | May 21, 2014

    K-State: Decision to deny Romero’s release is final

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    Kansas State has no intention of releasing Leticia Romero from her scholarship. “Under university policy, the appeals committee’s decision is final and binding, and there is no university procedure to reexamine one of those decisions,” K-State vice president for communications and marketing Jeffery Morris

  • Women's Basketball | May 21, 2014

    Currie trying to get Romero her release from K-State

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    According to the Kansas State student-athlete handbook, the decision of the appeals committee is final. Yet, Wednesday it was learned K-State athletic director John Currie has attempted to reverse the committee’s decision to deny women’s basketball player Leti Romero from obtaining a release

  • Women's Basketball | May 20, 2014

    Romero hires attorney

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    Former Kansas State point guard Leti Romero has retained attorney Donald Jackson to represent her in the ongoing fight for a scholarship release. Jackson — from Montgomery, Ala. — has requested K-State president Kirk Schulz “to resolve this situation.” According to a story in the Wall Street

  • Women's Basketball | May 14, 2014

    Mittie turns to JUCOs to bolster roster

    New Kansas State women’s basketball coach Jeff Mittie has been busy since taking over the program in March. In addition to finalizing his coaching staff — which includes former Wildcat Claire Coggins — Mittie has been on the recruiting trail locking up the services of two


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