NORMAN, Okla. — Trailing by just five at the half, the Kansas State women’s basketball team was unable to overcome a 16-6 run by Oklahoma to begin the second half, as the Wildcats lost for the fourth straight time on Saturday night, 61-50. The Wildcats (6
The Kansas State women’s basketball team has lost three in a row and the schedule doesn’t get any easier as the Wildcats get set to begin a two-game road trip this weekend at Oklahoma. (Kansas State senior forward Chantay Caron looks for a
All tickets and select concession items are only $1 when the K-State women’s basketball team hosts Iowa State on Jan. 18 at 7 p.m. for the annual “Pack the House” game. The Wildcats captured consecutive Big 12 titles in the NCAA “Pack the House” initiative in the 2011
The Kansas State women’s basketball team has more size than its had in many years with the addition of three new freshmen posts this season, yet the Wildcats have still struggled to generate much consistency in the paint. (Kansas State senior forward Ashlynn Knoll
AUSTIN, Texas — The Kansas State women’s basketball team suffered through one of its worst shooting performances of the season on Sunday and it cost the Wildcats. Texas jumped out to a big first-half lead and never looked back, easing past the Wildcats, 67-53, at
Leti Romero makes it look so easy. That, however, couldn’t be further from the truth for the talented Kansas State freshman playing more than 4,500 miles from home. (Kansas State coach Deb Patterson talks to freshman guard Leti Romero during a game this season at
Britney Griner may be gone, but it still didn’t matter on Thursday night, as ninth-ranked Baylor eased past Kansas State, 92-63, at Bramlage Coliseum. The Bears dominated the Wildcats in nearly every facet of the game — starting with a game-high 40 points from Odyssey Sims.
As sure as the sun rises in the east and sets in the west, the recovery time for a torn Achilles tendon is 12 months. Unless you’re Ashia Woods. (Kansas State junior Ashia Woods shoots over a UC Santa Barbara defender on Dec. 15 at Bramlage
SAN DIEGO — The Kansas State women’s basketball team concluded its non-conference schedule on Monday night in the consolation game of the Surf & Slam Classic with a 74-42 win over UC Riverside. K-State (6-5) was led by freshman guard Leti Romero, who recorded her
Kansas State will conclude its 2013 non-conference schedule in San Diego, Calif., as the Wildcats will take part in the Surf & Slam Classic on Dec. 28 and 30. K-State will face North Carolina State on Saturday at 6:30 p.m. (CT). The Wildcats will face either San Diego
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