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K-State Sports - Women's Basketball

  • Women's Basketball | December 20, 2013

    Sheble makes most of her opportunity

    Kansas State coach Deb Patterson continues to heap praise on freshman Jessica Sheble, and for good reason. The 6-foot-3 forward from Olathe has provided big minutes off the bench for Kansas State this season, providing some needed offensive punch at times and key defensive stops.

  • Women's Basketball | December 16, 2013

    Craig lifts K-State past Gauchos

    Bri Craig only made three shots on Sunday — three big shots — that lifted the Kansas State women’s basketball team past UC Santa Barbara, 73-64, at Bramlage Coliseum. (Kansas State sophomore Bri Craig makes one of her three 3-pointers against UC Santa Barbara on Sunday

  • Women's Basketball | December 08, 2013

    Reserves lead Cats to blowout win

    Kansas State coach Deb Patterson understands how difficult it is to win without a deep bench. After Saturday, Grambling State also understands that challenge. (s State freshman point guard Kindred Wesemann drives past Grambling State’s Dominique Patrick on Saturday afternoon at Bramlage Coliseum. The

  • Women's Basketball | December 06, 2013

    6-foot-5 Lewis learning how to play big

    It’s natural to think Bre Lewis has an advantage over just about every opponent she sees. After all, the Kansas State freshman is 6-foot-5 and one of the tallest players in the Big 12. (Kansas State freshman Bre Lewis puts up a shot against Washburn

  • Women's Basketball | December 04, 2013

    Caron named Good Works Nominee

    In an announcement by the Women’s Basketball Coaches Association (WBCA) and Allstate Insurance Company on Tuesday morning, Kansas State senior forward Chantay Caron was announced as a nominee for the 2014 Allstate WBCA Good Works Team. The award recognizes a select group of college basketball

  • Women's Basketball | December 01, 2013

    K-State women end skid with 49-46 win over Virginia

    FREEPORT, Bahamas — The Kansas State women’s basketball team used an energetic, defensive first half and a late defensive stop to record a 49-46 win over Virginia on Friday night in the Junkanoo Jam. The win ended K-State’s three-game losing streak. With the win,

  • I Wonder |Local |Men's Basketball |Women's Basketball | November 29, 2013

    What are the flashing lights at basketball games in Bramlage?

    Wonder1

    Q: Several times during each basketball game I attend at K-State’s Bramlage Coliseum, the big lights at the top of the arena flash like a flash camera. How come? A: It’s a secret plot that the Bob Huggins Mafia installed in the rafters

  • Women's Basketball | November 29, 2013

    K-State women fall to SMU, 68-57

    FREEPORT, Bahamas — Despite a career-high performance from Ashia Woods in her in season debut, the Kansas State women’s basketball team dropped its opening game of the Junkanoo Jam to SMU on Friday, 68-57. The Wildcats have now lost three straight since opening the season

  • Women's Basketball | November 27, 2013

    Young Cats look to get on track against SMU

    There’s no reason to hit the panic button just yet. (Kansas State freshman forward Erica Young puts up a shot against Wichita State on Nov. 20 at Bramlage Coliseum). But try explaining that to a group of freshmen after a second straight blowout loss — a

  • Women's Basketball | November 26, 2013

    KSU signee Mertz only knows hard work

    If anyone understands what hard work and loyalty is, it has to be Lauren Mertz. Mertz, who recently signed to play basketball at Kansas State, has battled back from not one, but two ACL tears in back-to-back seasons, to get where she is today. Despite


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