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  • K-State unveils new Bramlage basketball court

    Although basketball practice is more than six weeks away, Kansas State introduced a newly-designed and refurbished basketball court at Bramlage Coliseum Monday morning. The Robbins All-Star Plus floor, which was originally purchased and installed in 2004, received a new court design to incorporate the athletic department’s new branding effort, while ...

  • MHS tennis returns 6, three from state

    With a heavily experienced group returning, Manhattan High girls’ tennis coach Joyce Allen said this year’s squad is a “dream team” of sorts. The Indians return six with significant varsity experience and three state qualifiers, including one with three state appearances as she enters her fourth year. Manhattan kicks ...

  • KSU announces walk-ons; Peterson leaving team

    Kansas State announced the additions of Shawn Meyer and Brian Rohleder as walk-ons to the men’s basketball team Thursday. Both players join the K-State program as freshmen after high school careers at Blue Springs South (Lee’s Summit, Mo.) and Bishop Carroll (Wichita) High Schools respectively. “Shawn and Brian ...

  • Purple Power Play on Poyntz set for next week

    Purple Power Play on Poyntz returns once again to downtown Manhattan Sept. 1-2, beginning both nights at 6. The event, which is designed to welcome students, alumni and the entire community to Manhattan prior to the first K-State home football game, has become one of the largest regional events in Northeast ...

  • Eisenhower MS announces preseason scrimmages

    Eisenhower Middle School will hold its annual preseason cross country, volleyball and football soup scrimmages on Aug. 29. The events begin at 4:30 with the cross country exhibition, followed by the seventh and eighth grade volleyball scrimmages at 5 in the middle school gym. The football team will take the field at 6:30. Admission ...

  • K-State volleyball opens season tonight

    Kansas State volleyball head coach Suzie Fritz isn’t all that concerned in the competition the Wildcats will be facing tonight and the rest of the weekend. Her concern is her own team. The first serve of the season is tonight for K-State in Atlanta, Ga., as the Cats get ...

  • K-StateHD.TV launch party to offer $1 volleyball tickets

    With five days remaining until the home opener, K-State volleyball fans can see the Wildcats take on Creighton on Tuesday for $1, as part of the launch party for the recently announced online network K-StateHD.TV. The volleyball match against Creighton is set for a 7 p.m. first serve and will ...

  • MHS soccer is ‘blue-collar’ this year

    Last season, the Manhattan High boys’ soccer team took the field loaded with talent, and holding some of the highest expectations in years. But while the team allowed the fewest goals in team history, it also scored one of the lowest totals, as it was unable to put the ball ...

  • Libero battle shows depth for Cats

    A good libero is not easy to replace, but the Kansas State volleyball team is going to try. The libero can be a make-or-break position for many teams and for good reason. After all, the libero is the shield on defense and makes the tough digs to keep the play ...

  • MHS takes third at Shawnee Heights Invitational

    It only took one meet for the Manhattan High girls’ golf team to reach one of its goals, as the Indians finished third at the Shawnee Heights Invitational at Lake Shawnee. The team finished with a score of 356, finishing four strokes under their early season goal of cracking 360. Blue Valley ...

  • Former Wildcats to join K-StateHD.TV programming team

    Kansas State fans will be treated to the opinions and perspectives of some of their favorite all-time Wildcats as K-State announced that several former Wildcat greats in the sports of football, volleyball, men’s and women’s basketball and baseball have joined the K-StateHD.TV team as analysts for the 2011 ...

  • Trio of Wildcats compete World University Games

    K-State had a trio of track and field athletes compete at the World University Games throughout last week in Shenzhen, China, and came away with some impressive performances. Sprinters Martynas Jurgilas and Mantas Silkauskas competed for their native Lithuania and high jumper Erik Kynard represented Team USA. Jurgilas came away ...










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