There’s no pressure or anything. It’s not like Kansas State coach Deb Patterson said freshman Bri Craig has the chance to become one of the best guards to ever go through the program. But that’s exactly what she said, before the Wildcats
It took a few minutes, but once the Kansas State women’s basketball team got started Sunday, Arkansas Pine Bluff was in trouble. The Wildcats used a dominating 23-4 run to end the first half — six different players hitting 3-pointers — and cruised past the Golden
Kansas State was leading by only three points and Brittany Chambers could only lay claim to six points at halftime of the Wildcats’ regular season opener on Friday night. That all changed in the second half. The Wildcats’ lone senior starter put her team on
The Kansas State women may be opening their season on Friday against Idaho State, but at this point in the season, the Bengals are really just another opponent for the Wildcats. K-State, coming off a pair of exhibition victories against Fort Hays State and Washburn,
So what if the Kansas State women’s basketball team doesn’t have much size this season? The Wildcats may not need it if they can keep doing what they did Monday night from long range. K-State, playing its final exhibition game, used five straight 3
The Kansas State women’s basketball team will get another chance Monday to work through some early growing pains when the Wildcats close out the exhibition slate at home against Washburn. K-State opened its season with a 68-57 win over Fort Hays State on Thursday.
The young, undersized Kansas State women’s basketball team opened the season Thursday night with a gritty 68-57 exhibition win over the Fort Hays State at Bramlage Coliseum. Despite a shaky first half that saw Fort Hays lead for more than 10 minutes and keep the
Kansas State point guards Mariah White and Haley Texada will have to wait a bit longer to get on the court this season. The two suited up, but did not play in the Wildcats’ exhibition opening 68-57 victory over Fort Hays State on Thursday night
At times on Tuesday, Washburn coach Bob Chipman was getting flashbacks of Jack Hartman’s days at Kansas State. Chipman, who played at K-State for Hartman from 1971-73, marked himself as impressed with what new Wildcats coach Bruce Weber brought to the floor in an 81
Last season, as true freshmen, Kansas State women’s basketball players Haley Texada and Ashia Woods were just getting used to life as student athletes. They almost instantly clicked as best friends and were playing on a team with plenty of experienced veterans to follow.