The Kansas State men’s golf team wrapped up at the Big 12 Match Play Championship on Tuesday with losses versus Kansas in pool play and Baylor in the championship round at the Houston Oaks Golf Club in Hockley, Tex.
Two factors played into the second review of an onside kick in last week’s Kansas State/Oklahoma football game at Bill Snyder Family Stadium.
Kansas State women’s basketball junior star center Ayoka Lee on Wednesday was named as a unanimous selection to the preseason All-Big 12 team for the second straight year.
K-State hopes to use the momentum from last week’s overtime victory over Kansas as it heads into Thursday’s home match versus No. 9 West Virginia.
Riding a small wave of momentum in the aftermath of his team’s touchdown at the 3:19 mark of the third quarter, Kansas State’s Chris Klieman wanted to keep it going Saturday.
As Skylar Thompson laid on his back on the ground at Bill Snyder Family Stadium, trainers tending to him, head coach Chris Klieman on his knees and inconsolable a few feet away, a single thought raced through Thompson’s mind.
Skylar Thompson, back on the field and looking no worse for the wear after last month’s leg injury, had another epic performance against Oklahoma.
Editor’s note: It’s been nearly 50 years since the passage of Title IX, the federal legislation that prohibits discrimination in education on the basis of sex. Chuck Corbin was head of physical education at K-State when it became law.
The Kansas State men’s and women’s cross country teams competed at the Gans Creek Classic at the Gans Creek Cross Country Course in Columbia, Mo., on Friday.
Darren Sproles was honored Saturday on the field where he first emerged as a superstar. That’s entirely fitting.
Bill Snyder’s new book comes out in a month or so, and I’m intrigued. I’m intrigued not just because I’m endlessly fascinated by the man. I’m intrigued because Coach Snyder’s second go-round was quite a bit different from the first, and that’s what this book is supposed to be about.
Kansas State forward Seryee Lewis recently tore his ACL, which will cause him to miss upcoming season, head coach Bruce Weber said Thursday.
Skylar Thompson might end up sitting out his third straight game Saturday when Kansas State hosts No. 6 Oklahoma.
STILLWATER, Okla. — If one wanted, they could attribute an unfortunate bit of symbolism to Daniel Green’s No. 22 jersey. One “2” is for the number of games he’s been ejected from this season; the other deuce (ironically enough, also his nickname) is the number of halves he’s had to miss as a…
STILLWATER, Okla. — Tight end Daniel Imatorbhebhe had one of the highlights of Kansas State’s victory over Nevada last week, hauling in a 68-yard touchdown on the game’s second play.
STILLWATER, Okla. — Kansas State already is down one quarterback. That number might be two after Saturday’s 31-20 loss at Oklahoma State.
STILLWATER, Okla. — Ahead 10-7 in the middle of Saturday’s first quarter, Kansas State appeared ready for a dogfight against Oklahoma State. But a pair of quick touchdowns — in the span of 11 seconds — turned a three-point lead into an 11-point deficit.
Filling the void left by Khalid Duke won't be an easy task for Kansas State's defense. And it's not just because the junior defensive end is a supreme talent; it's because he did more than just work in the defensive line rotation. He also was used as a linebacker.
At seemingly every opportunity, Joe Klanderman states one of his season-long goals — intangible though it may be — for the Kansas State defense: He wants the Wildcats to set an NCAA record for fun.
Both Will Howard and Jaren Lewis saw time at quarterback for Kansas State in last week’s win over Nevada. For now, it appears a two-quarterback system is the Wildcats’ new reality: offensive coordinator Courtney Messingham said Thursday that he likely will play the pair again Saturday at Okl…
For the first time since 2018, Kansas State (5-4) is heading into Big 12 play with a winning record. The most wins in a season in program history is six, and they are already one win away from tying that.
By the end of practice this week, Kansas State’s players might be hard of hearing. That’s because, from the time practice starts until it ends each day, noise will be their constant companion.
A day Carson Strong likely won’t remember fondly is one those on the opposite sideline never will forget.
Kansas State is down another starter, as defensive end Khalid Duke will be out for the rest of the 2021 campaign because of a season-ending leg injury, head coach Chris Klieman said Tuesday.
Bill Snyder added yet another laurel to his long lists of honors Sunday, as he was one of 10 people and one team inducted as part of the St. Joseph (Mo.) Area Sports Hall of Fame's inaugural class.
A day after improving to 3-0 on the season, the good times kept rolling for the Kansas State football team Sunday, as it added to its 2022 recruiting class.
Just two plays into Saturday’s game, the quarterback unfurled a perfect pass to his open receiver for a 68-yard score. Only this touchdown didn’t come from aptly named, cannon-armed Nevada signal-caller Carson Strong, popularly projected to be one of the top picks in next year’s NFL draft.
After back-to-back losses against the only two Power 5 teams on its non-conference schedule, Kansas State soccer is back at .500 (4-4-0) on the season.
For Chris Klieman, watching Skylar Thompson writhing in pain last week after another early season injury felt like reliving a nightmare he's not even a year removed from. For Will Howard, being forced into action in medias res and tasked with shouldering the load as the primary quarterback w…
Prodded to point out similarities Carson Strong might have to quarterbacks he’s faced in the past, Joe Klanderman went with the direct approach.
Chris Klieman doesn’t have a timetable for Skylar Thompson’s return to the field. All Klieman could offer during his weekly press conference Tuesday is that Thompson likely won’t play in the near future — and that starts with Saturday afternoon’s game versus Nevada, a contest in which Kliema…
As the Big 12 prepares to welcome four new schools to the conference in the coming years, Gene Taylor doesn’t expect things to get any easier.