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  • Cats young, but not inexperienced

    On paper, the Kansas State volleyball team is young — has no seniors — and is picked to finish eighth in the Big 12 Conference this year. But, if that piece of paper was seen at all during the team’s media day Saturday afternoon, it was crumpled up in a ball in ...

  • MHS cross country ready to compete

    After working hard throughout the winter and summer months, members of the Manhattan High cross country teams finally got to show off their work on Saturday in the Running of the Pink and Blue at Bishop Stadium. The runs also gave a good look into how the teams will look ...

  • KSU has annual Football Kickoff

    Kansas State held its annual Football Kickoff Saturday. Gates opened at 5, giving fans the opportunity to watch the Wildcats practice for an hour before proceeding to an autograph session with the team and coaches following practice. But perhaps more of note, a rough draft of the depth chart can begin ...

  • Cats have crowded backfield

    Nobody rushed for more yards in the Big 12 the past two seasons than Daniel Thomas. And yet, Kansas State might be even stronger in the backfield this season. At the very least, the Wildcats’ offense could look quite different in 2011. “It will be very different than last year because we ...

  • K-State receives NCAA third-cycle certification

    Kansas State president Kirk Schulz announced Thursday that K-State’s intercollegiate athletics department has received full certification from the Division I Committee on Athletics Certification following a formal announcement by the National Collegiate Athletics Association (NCAA). Schulz made public the NCAA’s decision, which followed a thorough and comprehensive self-study ...

  • Browns named in report against Miami

    Kansas State and the University of Miami are set to meet on the football field in a little more than five weeks from now. Yet the two programs find themselves in the headlines for all the wrong reasons today, as Miami is left to pick up the pieces following a ...

  • Network could prove valuable for K-State

    While others in the Big 12 Conference are trying get out, Kansas State is doing its best to make the most of the situation. In a week when conference realignment and a possible exit by Texas A&M dominated the headlines, K-State was busy putting the finishing touches on its ...

  • Currie reaffirms K-State’s support for the Big 12

    While it seemed the supposed collapse of the Big 12 was finally behind the league — with the opening day of football just weeks away — such wasn’t the case in recent days with the news of Texas A&M wanting to move to the SEC. On Monday, Currie reaffirmed K-State’ ...

  • Krais to compete in Thorpe Cup

    Kansas State heptathlete Ryann Krais has had the most successful season of her career since becoming a Wildcat and beginning to train with K-State head coach Cliff Rovelto. This weekend she heads back to where the transformation started at the Thorpe Cup as part of the USA contingency in the ...

  • KSU volleyball reports for training camp

    Monday marked the official start of the 2011 volleyball season for the Kansas State Wildcats as the team reported for camp at Ahearn Field House. The Wildcats went through the routine of paperwork, equipment checkout and various other administrative work before they were to take to the court Tuesday morning for ...

  • Alex White will never forget this rodeo

    Friday night, Alex White was just one of the cowboys at Wells Arena. Alex, who turned 9 on Saturday, rode a horse, roped a steer and was bucked by a bull. It was a special moment for a child who has Hereditary Spastic Paraplegia, a disability that affects the lower limbs. ...

  • Senior 17ers lose in Zone final

    The Manhattan American Legion Manko Senior 17ers saw their season come to an end on Friday, losing to Emporia 9-6 at Soden’s Grove in Emporia. Emporia led 8-0 after the top of the seventh inning when the 17ers made a run scoring two runs in the bottom of the ...










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