STILLWATER, Okla. — The Kansas State women’s basketball team was hot from behind the arc to start the game Saturday, but it didn’t last as No. 25 Oklahoma State answered and cruised to an 80-45 victory at Gallagher-Iba Arena. With a strong interior game, the
Texas may have started Kansas State’s four-game losing streak three weeks ago, but Wednesday night the Longhorns played victim as the Wildcats finally had something to celebrate. K-State halted the slide with 68-47 victory over Texas at Bramlage Coliseum. Losing four straight games looks
Winning seems to cure all ills. That certainly was the case Wednesday night as the Kansas State women’s basketball team got back on the right track with a decisive 68-47 victory over the Texas Longhorns at Bramlage Coliseum. The win snapped a four-game losing
Staff reports The Kansas State women have lost four straight games and if there’s a game in that bunch the Wildcats surely want back it’s the 19-point loss at Texas on Jan. 26. K-State will get a chance to right the ship Wednesday when
Heidi Brown didn’t play a single minute in the first five Big 12 games this season. The sophomore and former walk-on from Plains only averaged a little more than six minutes a game before Big 12 play. But since Kansas State’s 76-70 overtime victory against
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
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