Kansas State earned their first win of the season Wednesday night against a talented Oral Roberts squad.
“I feel like it’s one of the best places to grow up playing basketball,” he said. “Obviously it’s not New York where you have playgrounds all over to play on. But it’s still a great place. I like to stay true to my hometown.”
It was in Will Spradling's hands to knock down free-throws and he answered the call to push the Wildcats to a three point win to reach the NIT Season Tip-Off championship game to face the No. 4 Michigan Wolverines.
With a chance to go to New York for the NIT season tip-off tournament, the Kansas State Wildcats (3-0) had to handle their business first and beat the Alabama-Huntsville Chargers, who just beat a very good North Texas team.
The Bruce Weber era started off with a win as the Kansas State Wildcats opened there season with a convincing 85-52 win over North Dakota.
Matthew Atewe, a 6-9 power forward from Notre Dame Prep (MA), took a trip to Manhattan to take in the football game against North Texas and develop relationships with the basketball staff and learn about the program.
Westfield (TX) wing Wesley Iwundu committed to Kansas State last night after announcing his decision on Twitter.
After a long recruiting process, 2013 Hirschi (Tex.) combo guard Marcus Foster ended his recruitment. Foster was one of the first prospects that the new staff targeted with Alvin Brooks III being the lead recruiter.
After the live period, Kansas State narrowed down it's recruiting targets and started to pursue the key prospects. Hirschi (Tex.) 6-2 shooting guard Marcus Foster was amongst the prospects that the coaching staff recruited hard.
Following the July live period, the Wildcats narrowed down its focus to a certain amount of players and some of them will be filling the stands this weekend when the 'Cats take on Missouri State.