Six minutes can feel like an eternity when you miss 14 straight shots. Just ask the Oklahoma State Cowgirls after an impressive second-half meltdowns Wednesday night. Kansas State’s Kindred Wesemann celebrates after beating Oklahoma State, 47-44, on Wednesday night at Bramlage Coliseum.Wesemann scored nine
Jeff Mittie isn’t hitting the panic button just yet, but there is definitely some frustration after Kansas State dropped its fourth straight game on Sunday. Still looking for their first Big 12 victory, the Wildcats feel like they’re close, if they can put together
Kansas State shot better than Oklahoma and forced the Sooners into 25 turnovers on Sunday, but it still wasn’t enough to push the Wildcats into the win column in Norman, Okla. The Wildcats’ losing streak was extended to four games as the 17th-ranked Sooners held
After dropping its first three games to open Big 12 play, it sure doesn’t get any easier today for the Kansas State women’s basketball team. The Wildcats, who had won seven in a row heading into conference play, will look to put an end
West Virginia shot better than 50 percent for the game and at times, seemed unstoppable from behind the arc. But as good as the Mountaineers were offensively, its what they did to the Kansas State women defensively that really did the Wildcats in on Wednesday night.
No basketball coach wants to start the conference season with two straight losses, but Kansas State’s Jeff Mittie is far from hitting the panic button just yet. The Wildcats, coming off a pair of losses to Iowa State and TCU, instead are focusing on
For the second straight game, the Kansas State women’s basketball team trailed by double figures in the third quarter and was forced to play from behind the entire second half. And once again, the Wildcats’ late rally fell short in an 87-73 loss to
No matter what Kansas State did, the Iowa State Cyclones had an answer. That was the problem for the Wildcats in an 84-79 loss in both teams’ Big 12 conference openers Wednesday night at Bramlage Coliseum. K-State never led against the Cyclones but managed to withstand
On paper, the Kansas State women are exactly where they were a year ago, sitting at 10-1 overall, the non-conference slate wrapped up and ready to begin the 18-game Big 12 gauntlet. But K-State coach Jeff Mittie said while it’s always difficult to compare one
There is very little Bri Craig hasn’t experienced during her four years at Kansas State. The senior guard has gone from starting 34 games as a freshman to providing key minutes off the bench the last three seasons — all while becoming one of the top-10 3
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