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K-State Sports - Women's Basketball

  • Women's Basketball | February 06, 2016

    West Virginia hammers K-State women

    MORGANTON, W. Va. — Kansas State’s offensive struggles continued Saturday, as the Wildcats failed to break 50 points in a 64-44 loss at WVU Coliseum. It was the lowest point total of the season for the Wildcats (14-8, 4-7 Big 12), who have now lost three straight

  • Women's Basketball | February 05, 2016

    Cats to close road trip at West Virginia

    The Kansas State women’s basketball team will be looking to snap its two-game losing streak on Saturday, but it won’t be easy. K-State, in the middle of a tough February stretch, is wrapping up a two-game road trip with a game at West

  • Women's Basketball | February 04, 2016

    KU’s Self apologizes for late dunk

    LAWRENCE — Kansas coach Bill Self started his postgame on Wednesday by apologizing to Kansas State. In the final seconds of the game, Kansas guard Brannen Greene threw down an uncontested dunk after his teammates had acknowledged the game was over. Self apologized to the K-State

  • Women's Basketball | February 04, 2016

    No. 4 Bears ease past Cats, 87-52


    WACO, Texas — Kansas State got the start it wanted last weekend against Texas, but couldn’t hold on. On Wednesday, the Wildcats seemingly never got off the bus, as No. 4 Baylor raced out to a big first-half lead and never looked back to hand K-State

  • Women's Basketball | February 03, 2016

    K-State women have tough road ahead

    If the Kansas State women’s basketball team wants to make the postseason, the Wildcats’ biggest hurdle will be the month of February. K-State closed out January with a 66-51 loss at home to No. 6 Texas Saturday and now the Wildcats face six ranked opponents

  • Women's Basketball | January 31, 2016

    Wecker, Ohlde turn rivalry into friendship


    Kendra Wecker and Nicole Ohlde had to go into the Kansas State Athletics Hall of Fame together. It couldn’t have happened any other way. They grew up only 54 miles apart. Wecker from Marysville, Ohlde from Clay Center, the two were rivals at every level

  • Women's Basketball | January 31, 2016

    Poor second quarter dooms Cats vs. Horns

    The Kansas State women had No. 6 Texas right where they wanted them. But only for one quarter on Saturday night. The rest of the game belonged to the Longhorns, who used a big second quarter to get all the separation they would need to beat

  • Women's Basketball | January 29, 2016

    Mittie rides tieless streak with win streak


    Jeff Mittie doesn’t really want to wear a tie all the time. Now the Kansas State coach has a good reason not to, at least if his Wildcats keep winning games. The second-year K-State coach always wears a tie for games. Mittie says his

  • Football |Men's Basketball |Volleyball |Women's Basketball |Baseball |Track & Field | January 29, 2016

    2016 class to enter HoF tonight

    Kansas State Athletics will honor a group of 10 individuals with induction into its Athletics Hall of Fame during a ceremony tonight. The 2016 Hall of Fame class includes former student-athletes Steve Anson (baseball), Michael Bishop (football), Dawn Cady (volleyball), Martin Gramatica (football), Max Moss (men’s

  • Women's Basketball | January 25, 2016

    Wildcats beat Tech for 4th straight win

    LUBBOCK, Texas — This one was over nearly as quick as it started Sunday, as Kansas State shot out to a huge first-half lead and never looked back en route to an easy 65-53 victory over Texas Tech at United Supermarkets Arena. The Wildcats led by

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