A lot can change in a year. It was just a year ago when Ashley Jones signed a letter of intent to continue her basketball career at Miami. Now she’s at Kansas State, where she’ll be on the court Friday night at 7 against
It took the Kansas State women’s basketball team just over five minutes to hit its first field goal, but once the Wildcats got going they didn’t let up, dispatching UMKC in a 65-36 win Tuesday night at Bramlage Coliseum. “Our group continued to
The Kansas State women’s basketball team will look to make it two straight wins in the Jeff Mittie era on Tuesday night when the Wildcats host UMKC at 7 p.m. The Wildcats are coming off a season-opening victory on Friday against Southern Illinois-Edwardsville, a
The first one is in the books for Jeff Mittie. Kansas State opened the women’s basketball season with a business-like effort against Southern Illinois-Edwardsville Friday night, controlling from the tip and never looking back on its way to an 81-55 victory, giving the new
So far, so good for the Kansas State women’s basketball team. The first phase of the season is in the books and now the Wildcats begin the next phase — the nonconference portion of the schedule — this Friday at home against Southern Illinois-Edwardsville at 5:30 p.
While temperatures were dropping outside, the Kansas State women’s basketball team was sizzling inside Bramlage Monday night, as the Wildcats used a dominating performance to close out its exhibition slate and beat visiting Newman, 80-30. Unlike the Wildcats’ first showing a week ago,
Jeff Mittie lights up when he talks about Bre Lewis, and for good reason. The new women’s basketball coach sees the 6-foot-5 post as the cornerstone to the program he’s trying to build at Kansas State. “She is just a player that has
Everything came together for the Kansas State women’s basketball team, eventually. The only problem is that it took more than 39 minutes on Monday night, yet it was still enough for the Wildcats to survive and defeat Emporia State, 54-50, in their exhibition opener at
Bri Craig can sometimes be her own worst enemy. The junior from Lincoln, Neb., was on her way to becoming a star for Kansas State after her first season in Manhattan. As a freshman, the 5-foot-9 guard averaged nearly nine points a game, was one
Jeff Mittie had a pretty good idea what kind of team he was getting when he took Kansas State women’s basketball job last spring. After all, Mittie beat the Wildcats twice last year as head coach of TCU. But now, with only two weeks
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