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  • Youth, experience combine to bring dynamic to K-State volleyball team 071614 volleyball 042.phatch

    Nearly half of K-State’s volleyball roster will be playing their first season in purple this year. There are as many true freshmen (six) as upperclassmen. Although the situation is new to the four returning seniors, who played with the .

  • KSU baseball looks to former coach after dismal season Ksu29.phatch

    At the beginning of the 2014 baseball season, expectations were high for the Wildcats. They were the defending conference champs, they returned most of their lineup (including Ross Kivett, who declined the chance to play for his hometown Cleveland Indians in .

  • Rowing needs to replace key members from last year’s group’

    The faces of K-State rowers aren’t plastered on billboards or flashed across TV screens. Their stats won’t be broadcast on radio stations or reviewed by sports geeks anytime soon. In fact, their names might not even be known .

  • Track and field looks to build on strong season

    After impressive indoor and outdoor campaigns last season, the Kansas State track and field team hopes to build on its success. The Wildcats garnered three top-10 individual finishes at the 2014 NCAA Indoor Championships as well as an 11th place finish .

  • Equestrian team faces tough schedule with young riders

    Coming off one of its most successful seasons in program history, the Kansas State equestrian team aims to reload rather than rebuild. “We had a really strong group,” ninth-year coach Casie Maxwell said. “The finality of it in the postseason .

  • Incoming players expected to add depth to women’s golf team roster

    Following a season mired in mediocrity, the K-State women’s golf team hopes to rebound in the upcoming campaign. The golfers started the 2013-14 season strong but were unable to carry that momentum through the year, finishing eighth at the .

  • How to make your tailgate the best in the lot

    You won’t find a better way to spend a fall Saturday in Manhattan than setting up camp in the parking lots outside Bill Snyder Family Stadium with tens of thousands of purple-clad fanatics before a home football game. It’.

  • New coach leads men’s golf

    After a forgettable season which saw the Wildcats finish last at the Big 12 Championship, the Kansas State men’s golf team looks for a fresh start. The team began the makeover in May by hiring Grant Robbins to become the .

  • Young squad for cross country

    Following a lackluster 2013 season, the Kansas State cross country team will rely on a bevy of young runners to carry the load this fall. Luckily, most if not all of these young pups have some experience already under their belt, .

  • OK Kids Day, Brew at the Zoo, Broadway master class

    SUNDAY The Columbian Theatre celebrates the 10th anniversary of “Hoo Haw,” 2 p.m. Also 7:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday and 2 p.m. Sunday. “Hoo Haw” is a comedy performance in which Korn County residents perform their antics along with gospel .

  • ‘Boggin’ in the Vista’ a muddy slice of small-town fun Mudrun1.phatch

    ALTA VISTA — Is there a need to construct a 200-foot long pit of mud and drive turbo-charged trucks and Jeeps with gigantic tires through it as fast as mechanically possible? Of course not. But who doesn’t like to get .

  • Leaders at Fort Riley and other installations alarmed at effect of possible drawdowns

    LEAVENWORTH — Army fatigues are ubiquitous in Leavenworth, a town synonymous with the storied military fort that gives the place its name. But many of those uniforms could go away in the wake of an Army study that contemplates cutting personnel .


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