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February 10, 2014

K-State takes on KU on Big Monday

Filed under: Basketball — Brandon Starkey @ 7:01 pm

In the first meeting between these two teams Kansas was able to get the best of K-State, winning in impressive fashion 86-60.  KU dominated from start to finish giving K-State their first Big 12 loss of the season. The Jayhawks scored an impressive 45 points in the first half which was a tie for the most points K-State has allowed in half this season (45 in the first and 45 in the second half of a Georgetown disaster early in the season).


February 8, 2014

Foster erupts, as Cats top Horns 74-57

Filed under: Basketball — Tags: — Brandon Starkey @ 8:07 pm

Kansas State picked up their 4th win against a top 25 opponent on Saturday as the Wildcats cruised to an impressive 17 point victory over the 15th ranked Texas Longhorns. It was a major team victory as the Wildcats shared the ball well and did not turn it over often (until the end of the game, when the game was well in hand). But the major factor for this game was freshman SG .


November 14, 2013

Marcus Foster leads K-State to 71-63 win

Filed under: Basketball — Tags: , — Brandon Starkey @ 7:10 pm

Kansas State earned their first win of the season Wednesday night against a talented Oral Roberts squad. The Wildcats did not start off strong, but were able to get into the win column after falling to Northern Colorado in the season opener.


October 25, 2013

Spradling brings success to Kansas City basketball

Filed under: Basketball — Tags: — Johnny Carver @ 6:50 am

With the rise of the program, Kansas State has typically looked far and away for its recruits.  In fact, senior point guard was the first Kansas City area recruit to earn a scholarship to the team since 2002.  But Spradling is used to being rare and special.  It is not often that you find a four-year starting point guard at a 6A high school.


November 22, 2012

K-State to play for NIT Tip-Off championship

Filed under: Basketball — Tags: , — DeAnte Mitchell @ 10:25 am

It took a full forty minutes but the (5-0) fought off a pesky Delaware Fighting Blue Hens (3-2) squad and overcame a 32-point performance by Devon Saddler to advance to the Season Tip-Off championship game. It took all four of ’s free throw’s with less than 24 seconds left to hold off a Saddler led Delaware squad, who caught fire.


November 14, 2012

K-State headed to New York

Filed under: Basketball — Tags: , , — DeAnte Mitchell @ 6:52 am

With a chance to go to New York for the season tip-off tournament, the (3-0) had to handle their business first and beat the Division II Alabama-Huntsville Chargers, who just beat a very good Division I North Texas team. In a pivotal early game, K-State made it look easy. Before the Chargers scored a point, K-State was up by seven. Before the Chargers reached five, Kansas State led by 21.


November 9, 2012

K-State cruises past North Dakota

Filed under: Basketball — Tags: , , — DeAnte Mitchell @ 10:57 pm

The era started off with a win as the opened there season with a convincing 85-52 win over North Dakota.


September 20, 2012

Matthew Atewe talks his official to K-State

Filed under: Basketball,Recruiting — Tags: , , — DeAnte Mitchell @ 5:50 am

, 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. “It was a lot of fun,” he said of his official visit. “I really enjoyed it.”


September 18, 2012

Wesley Iwundu commits to K-State

Filed under: Basketball,Recruiting — Tags: , — DeAnte Mitchell @ 5:27 pm

Last week, the program got better with a commitment from Hirschi (TX) guard . As Kansas State begins a new week, the Wildcats also get another commitment. Assistant coach Alvin Brooks III helped bring in another talented prospect from the state of Texas.


September 11, 2012

Foster talks his commitment to K-State

Filed under: Basketball,Recruiting — Tags: , , — DeAnte Mitchell @ 5:53 pm

After a long recruiting process, 2013 Hirschi (Tex.) combo guard ended his recruitment. Foster was one of the first prospects that the new staff targeted with Alvin Brooks III being the lead recruiter. Foster came to K-State this weekend for an official visit with a college decision looming. The 6-3 guard narrowed his list down and planned to visit Creighton before making his decision. Monday morning came and he changed his mind. The scoring guard announced his commitment to Kansas State over Creighton.


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