Tuesday, December 1, 2015

K-State Sports - Women's Basketball

  • Women's Basketball | March 31, 2015

    UConn guard breaks Koehn’s 3-point record

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    For 10 years, Kansas State’s Laurie Koehn owned or shared the NCAA Division I record for career 3-pointers with 392. The guard from Hesston scored more than 1,700 points in her career with the Wildcats from 2001-05, twice finishing at least 100 3-pointers in a season — 122 her freshman

  • Women's Basketball | March 23, 2015

    Wildcats come unraveled in second half


    Jeff Mittie’s message to his Wildcats following their 67-48 loss to Missouri was simple — don’t let the last 15 minutes of Sunday’s game define their season. He’s right. But that span of 15 minutes will define his team’s final game in what

  • Women's Basketball | March 23, 2015

    Cats unable to slow hot-shooting Tigers


    When Missouri senior guard Morgan Eye began her career as a Tiger, her school was a little more familiar with Kansas State. After all, that was just before Mizzou bolted the Big 12 for the Southeastern Conference with Texas A&M. It didn’t take

  • Women's Basketball | March 22, 2015

    Martin’s versatility vital to Wildcats

    Shaelyn Martin could be the key to Kansas State’s postseason hopes if Ashia Woods is unavailable the rest of the way. The Wildcats’ do-it-all freshman showed what she’s capable of Thursday night when she filled the stat sheet up — collecting nine points, seven

  • Women's Basketball | March 20, 2015

    Wildcats cruise past Akron to open WNIT

    There was no way Haley Texada’s career was going to come to an end Thursday night. To be sure, the Kansas State senior poured in a career-high 30 points to lead the Wildcats to a blowout 86-68 victory over Akron in the first round of

  • Women's Basketball | March 18, 2015

    Wildcats battled adversity to make WNIT


    While many Kansas State students are basking in the sunlight of southern beaches during spring break, the Wildcats’ Kindred Wesemann couldn’t think of another place she’d rather be than right here in Manhattan playing basketball. “Hey, the weather is nice here too — not

  • Women's Basketball | March 17, 2015

    K-State women selected for WNIT


    The Kansas State women are headed back to the postseason, selected Monday night to play in the Women’s National Invitational Tournament and host Akron in the first round Thursday night. This will be the Wildcats’ first trip to the postseason since the 2012-13 season

  • Women's Basketball | March 15, 2015

    Montana tops N. Colorado women for Big Sky title

    MISSOULA, Mont. — Northern Colorado held a healthy 13-point lead over Montana in the first half of the Big Sky Conference women’s championship game on Saturday. But after a 20-4 run in the second half and an unlikely hero in senior Maggie Rickman, Montana became

  • Women's Basketball | March 08, 2015

    Wildcats come up short vs. Baylor, beat Jayhawks


    Staff and wire reports DALLAS — Kansas State erased a 24-point second half lead, cutting it to just six with less than three minutes to play Saturday afternoon. But the Wildcats didn’t have enough to complete the comeback, falling to top-seeded and sixth-ranked Baylor, 80-72,

  • Women's Basketball | March 05, 2015

    It’s Round 3 for Wildcats, Jayhawks


    Some say its very difficult to beat the same team twice in a season. Beating that team three times? The Kansas State women’s basketball team will try to do just that when the Wildcats open the Big 12 Championship against rival Kansas on Friday at

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