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South’s Kendrian Elliott commits to Kansas State

Wichita South sophomore Kendrian Elliott, a two-time All-Metro girls basketball selection who averaged 17 points and 11 rebounds last season, verbally committed to Kansas State on Thursday.

K-State’s Cornelius Lucas tackles NFL Draft stress

At some point this weekend, Cornelius Lucas will join the NFL.

K-State’s Ty Zimmerman hopes NFL scouts value his college career

Combine a successful college football career with a strong combine performance and you have a surefire NFL Draft selection.

Former Wildcat Henriquez takes first step in pro progression

Jordan Henriquez spent four years at Kansas State trying to prove himself as a future professional basketball player. Every point he scored, every rebound he snared and every shot he blocked moved him closer to a life in which someone pays him to play the sport he loves.

Judah Jones wants to keep breakouts going after Kansas State spring game

Judah Jones was angry when Kansas State football coaches suggested he spend his first year on the sideline with a redshirt. He was also upset when they asked him to play both running back and receiver during spring practices.

Defense dominates Kansas State’s spring game

All spring, Kansas State football coach Bill Snyder warned that the Wildcats weren’t playing well on offense.

K-State unveils next phase of stadium construction

Kansas State publicly unveiled plans for a $65 million renovation to the north end of Snyder Family Stadium at its spring football game Saturday.

Waters says he’s ready to be in control of Kansas State offense

Jake Waters used to be shy. As recently as one year ago, when the Kansas State quarterback prepared for his first spring game, he did so quietly in the back of the Wildcats’ locker room.

K-State’s Kivett hopes for late-season turnaround

Nothing makes a college baseball player think more than the option of turning pro as a junior or returning to school as a senior.

Report: K-State basketball will play Texas A&M in Kansas City

Kansas State will likely return to Kansas City’s Sprint Center for a nonconference basketball game against Texas A&M next season.

Kansas State will continue to use spring game as dress rehearsal

Spring games have long been a staple of college football, but they have never been mandatory.

Kansas State AD John Currie addresses transfer policy

Kansas State athletic director John Currie made his first public comments in response to the university's decision to deny Leticia Romero a release from her scholarship on Tuesday morning.

Kansas State committee denies Leticia Romero’s transfer appeal

MANHATTAN – If Leticia Romero chooses to transfer away from Kansas State, she will have to do so without the university’s blessing.

K-State running backs work for top spot

DeMarcus Robinson, Jarvis Leverett and Charles Jones came to Kansas State from different regions and different backgrounds, but they all had the same goal. One day, they wanted to start at running back.

Women’s basketball player appeals K-State transfer denial

Leticia Romero has known she wanted to transfer for several weeks, but she will have to wait a little longer to find out if Kansas State will grant her a release from its women’s basketball program.

Kansas State’s Bruce Weber receives contract extension through 2019

Two seasons. Two contract extensions.

At basketball banquet, K-State already looking to next season

Spring basketball banquets are a time for players and coaches to reflect on the season that was, and Kansas State did plenty of that on Tuesday, but the Wildcats also looked ahead.

Kansas State offensive line works at plugging gaps

Kansas State’s offensive line has a problem. It is lost in transition.

K-State’s Deante Burton finds a home at wide receiver

Deante Burton only needs one word to explain what he most enjoys about attending Kansas State.

K-State’s Jake Matthys rediscovers success while WSU struggles continue

In a season filled with ups and downs, no member of Kansas State’s baseball team has endured more downs than Jake Matthys.

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