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Yung Gravy put his cowboy hat back on as he sang three unreleased songs from his new country album. Yung Gravy performed at Bramlage Coliseum on April 11.

The Gravy Train arrives at Bramlage Coliseum

Alexis Forgy, staff photographer April 16, 2024
Yung Gravy's concert antics included throwing cereal, spraying water and singing a few songs off an unreleased country project.
The student section throws newspaper as the starting lineup is announced before K-States game against Villanova on Dec. 5, 2023. K-State won 72-71 in overtime in Bramlage Coliseum.

Transfer CJ Jones commits to K-State

Toby Hammes, staff writer April 15, 2024
Wildcats add second transfer commit of portal season.

Walk with the Wildcats: A virtual reality tour of Tointon Family Stadium

Take an exclusive look inside where the K-State Baseball team practices and plays and learn about the history of Tointon Family Stadium 
Pitcher JJ Slack draws his arm back for the pitch. Slack helped the Wildcats beat the Shockers in Manhattan 6-3 by pitching four scoreless innings.

JJ Slack and fundamental baseball deliver K-State eighth-inning comeback win

Luke Lazarczyk, sports editor April 10, 2024
Slack’s third appearance leads to four scoreless innings to push the comeback win.
Left fielder Chuck Ingram swings at the ball against South Dakota State. Ingram had the sole home run against the Jackrabbits in the 16-5 Wildcat blowout victory.

Wildcats finishes series against UCF with loss after Saturday win

Trey Thomas, staff writer April 7, 2024
K-State falls 6-1 Sunday to lose UCF series 2-1.
Left fielder Chuck Ingram points out after making it to first base in Game 3 against Texas. Ingram took the lead for the Wildcats against UCF but ultimately loss 7-4.

Baseball loses against host No. 25 UCF in series opener

Khalia Woods, staff writer April 5, 2024
The Wildcats lose their grip on the Knights for a 7-4 loss.
Shortstop Kaelen Culpepper swings against Missouri State on March 17 in Manhattan. The Wildcats beat the Bears 11-3 on March 17 and won at Missouri State 8-4 on April 3.

Baseball bounces back against Missouri State, winning 8-4 

Trey Thomas, staff writer April 3, 2024
Kaelen Culpepper shines, racking up 4 RBI, 1 triple and 1 home run.
K-State transfer guard Dug McDaniel drives past a Penn State guard Ace Baldwin Jr. in the 66-57 loss in the Big 10 tournament. McDaniel, who scored seven points and collected six assists in the loss, committed to Kansas State on Wednesday. (Photo courtesy of Grace Lahti and The Michigan Daily)

K-State lands Michigan transfer Dug McDaniel

Toby Hammes, staff writer April 3, 2024
Wildcats pick up highly-rated point guard to kick off portal season. 
Junior golfer Carla Bernat practices at Colbert Hills on Sept. 5, 2023. Bernat claimed the individual title at the Liz Murphey Collegiate Classic and earned her second invitation to the Augusta National Womens Amateur.

Carla Bernat claims individual title at Liz Murphey Collegiate Classic

Toby Hammes, staff writer April 1, 2024
Bernat earns individual title before second Augusta National Women's Amateur appearance.
Third baseman Jason Parsons starts running after bunting the ball. Parsons had one hit in three at-bats as the Wildcats fell to the Longhorns 6-3 Saturday, giving Texas the series win 2-1.

Wildcats drop final series game to Longhorns

Trey Thomas, staff writer March 31, 2024
K-State drops two straight after dominant Game 1 vs. Texas.
K-State pitcher Jacob Frost performs a pickoff attempt to first baseman David Bishop. K-State fell to Texas 21-11 in a historic 32-run game Saturday, tying the series 1-1.

Wildcats’ comeback falls short in 32-run game against Longhorns

Luke Lazarczyk, sports editor March 29, 2024
K-State baseball 10-game winning streak ends in historic game against Texas.
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