AMES, Iowa — Seniors Brittany Chambers and Mariah White combined to score 58 points Saturday, but it wasn’t enough, as the 25th-ranked Iowa State Cyclones eased past Kansas State, 87-71, at Hilton Coliseum. With the loss, the Wildcats’ losing streak now goes to four straight games.
Things aren’t going too well for the Kansas State women these days, but one bright spot of late has been the play of sophomore Haley Texada. The 5-foot-7 guard has been a steady force for the Wildcats, who travel to Ames, Iowa, this weekend
If effort alone could win games, the Kansas State women might have been in luck Wednesday night. Losers of two straight entering the game against No. 23 Oklahoma, the Wildcats did their best to erase a 10-point halftime deficit, but just couldn’t get over the
It’s Baylor and everyone else, again, this season in the Big 12. With everyone seemingly playing for second behind the top-ranked Bears, Kansas State still has a chance to make up ground in the final five weeks of the regular season. If the Wildcats are
NORMAN, Okla. — When Rodney McGruder and Will Spradling got in foul trouble again on Saturday, it put Kansas State in an “Oh, no,” situation. The Wildcats were fortunate to have their bench pick them up in a win over Texas on Wednesday, but that Longhorns
Shalee Lehning racked up 800 assists and more than 900 rebounds as a point guard for Kansas State, playing at Bramlage Coliseum. But Lehning’s story actually began at small Sublette High School, long before she ever wore the purple and white and helped lead the Wildcats
With 10 seconds remaining and her team down by three in the first overtime period, Kansas guard Angel Goodrich buried a 3-pointer to send Saturday’s game into another overtime. It’s a shot Kansas State coach Deb Patterson isn’t likely to forget anytime soon,
Deb Patterson remembers the weekend well. Brittany Chambers was in town for an official recruiting visit, but ill. And so was the Kansas State coach because she thought there was no way this dynamic scorer from Jordan, Minn., was going to choose the Wildcats. Chambers
AUSTIN, Texas — The Kansas State women’s basketball team was dominated on the boards, shot just 24 percent from the field and watched a slim halftime lead slip away, as the Texas Longhorns cruised to an easy 59-40 win on Saturday afternoon at the Erwin Center.
Until Wednesday night, many might not have even Heidi Brown’s her name, and most still wouldn’t be able to pick her out of a crowd today. But all that’s about to change for the Kansas State sophomore, who burst onto the scene