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K-State Sports - Women's Basketball

  • Women's Basketball | December 08, 2015

    Cats use big third to gets past Vaqueros


    It took a while for Kansas State to get started Monday night — basically the entire first half — but once the Wildcats did, they were no match for the visitors from UT Rio Grande Valley. K-State used a dominant third quarter to erase an ugly first

  • Women's Basketball | December 06, 2015

    K-State endures power outage, Chicago State

    CHICAGO, Ill. — A 65 minute delay due to a power outage at the Jones Convocation Center and a subsequent move to a different facility couldn’t derail K-State, as the Wildcats downed Chicago State, 63-54, on Saturday. Playing in front of family and friends, junior center

  • Women's Basketball | December 03, 2015

    Martin does little things for K-State


    When it comes down to it, basketball isn’t just about scoring points. A team needs players who can defend, pass, rebound — do all the nitty gritty stuff that doesn’t always look pretty when it comes to scoring numbers. For the Kansas State women’

  • Women's Basketball | November 26, 2015

    Wildcats grit out victory over Southern


    Jeff Mittie wasn’t sounding any alarms and he certainly wasn’t hitting the panic button after Kansas State’s performance on Wednesday afternoon. Though, for about 34 minutes, the Wildcats’ coach certainly would have had good reason. It took that long for K-State to finally

  • Women's Basketball | November 24, 2015

    UConn beats Wildcats in a rout, 97-57

    Kansas State women’s basketball coach Jeff Mittie has wanted more effort from his team since the season started two weeks ago. He got it Monday night, despite the Wildcats coming up short against the top-ranked Connecticut Huskies and losing, 97-57, at XL Center in

  • Women's Basketball | November 22, 2015

    Wildcats set to face No. 1 UConn

    Kindred Wesemann says it’s just another game, the next one on the schedule. The Kansas State point guard is right. But Monday night’s game at No. 1 Connecticut just happens to be against the very best women’s basketball program in the country — winner

  • Women's Basketball | November 20, 2015

    Wildcats survive South Dakota, win 84-81 in overtime

    There wasn’t much from Kansas State’s overtime victory Thursday night that made Jeff Mittie happy. But even an upset basketball coach couldn’t be disappointed in Kindred Wesemann’s play down the stretch in the Wildcats’ 84-81 victory over South Dakota at Bramlage

  • Women's Basketball | November 20, 2015

    Mittie announces the signing of 5-star forward Willock

    Kansas State women’s basketball head coach Jeff Mittie announced the signing of international standout Eternati Willock to a National Letter of Intent (NLI) on Thursday. “Eternati is an explosive athlete that can attack the rim with her face up game and knock down the

  • Volleyball |Women's Basketball | November 19, 2015

    K-State sweeps ISU for 6th straight win


    Another match and another win for the Kansas State volleyball team on Wednesday night, as the Wildcats mowed down Iowa State in three games to earn their sixth straight win. The Wildcats defeated the Cyclones (25-23, 25-20 25-18) at Ahearn Field House to earn their 12

  • Women's Basketball | November 19, 2015

    Goth quickly becoming weapon off bench

    Kayla Goth was the last player to begin practicing this fall and in the first group off the bench in Kansas State’s home opener Monday night. It was only eight months ago that Goth had surgery to repair a torn ACL in her left

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