To say the Kansas State women have struggled at the free-throw line this season would be an understatement. Only one team in the all of Division-I basketball has been worse at the stripe than the Wildcats. But not Sunday. Not when it counted the most.
Kansas State had a rough go of it Sunday for much of the Wildcats’ come-from-behind 58-52 victory over the rival Jayhawks at Bramlage Coliseum. But Shaelyn Martin found a way to do all the little things to keep the Wildcats in the game — finishing with
It may be a game Bre Lewis never forgets. The final game last season — in the Big 12 tournament — Kansas State’s freshman center had career highs with 20 points, 14 rebounds and five blocks in a loss to the rival Kansas Jayhawks. Though it was the start
Baylor entered Tuesday’s game averaging nearly 90 points a game. Kansas State held the fifth-ranked Bears to just 74. The problem, however, is that it doesn’t mean very much when you can’t score yourself. K-State did have a lead in this one, though — albeit
Brittney Griner is gone. Odyssey Sims is gone. So now Baylor can be beaten? Not quite. The fifth-ranked Bears come into Manhattan for tonight’s matchup with Kansas State as still one of the best teams in the country, and so far, almost as unbeatable.
Brian Agler is very familiar with how talented the Los Angeles Sparks are, having coached against them for so many years. Now he’ll get a chance to lead them. Agler — who was the head women’s coach at Kansas State from 1993-96 — was announced
The Kansas State women’s basketball team rallied from an 11-point halftime deficit to tie the game at 50 late, but was unable to finish the comeback, losing on the road to Iowa State, 60-55, to open Big 12 play in Ames, Iowa. Senior Ashia Woods led
After opting to transfer from Nebraska nearly a month ago, it appears freshman forward and Alma native Kaylee Page will join the women’s basketball program at Kansas State under head coach Jeff Mittie. Page has enrolled in the school and appears on its online
With seven days between games and all the hustle and bustle of the holiday season, Kansas State women’s basketball coach Jeff Mittie saw this one coming. In the first half of K-State’s matchup with Samford, the Wildcats came out flat, struggling to score
The countdown to Big 12 play is in full swing for the Kansas State women’s basketball team. But first the Wildcats have to cross one more hurdle in the Samford Bulldogs, who visit Manhattan Tuesday night for K-State’s final non-conference test. K-State, riding a