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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.
Outfielder Brenden Jones high-fives his teammates after scoring a run for the Wildcats. The Wildcats beat Holy Cross 5-4 on Feb. 24 as Jones scored two runs with two hits and three walks.

Brendan Jones’ rise to one of K-State baseball’s most impactful players

Trey Thomas, staff writer March 28, 2024
Junior outfielder Brendan Jones is in the midst of a career season.
Guard Gabby Gregory hypes herself and the crowd up during her performance against Colorado during K-States round of 32 matchup in Manhattan. Gregory transferred to K-State in 2022 and played for two years, becoming a fan favorite among the fanbase.

K-State and Gabby Gregory: The team and player Manhattan rallied behind

Luke Lazarczyk, sports editor March 26, 2024
Gabby Gregory’s two years at K-State brought new life to women’s basketball.
Head coach Pete Hughes watches his players against Oklahoma State on April 1, 2022, at Tointon Family Stadium. With winning Game 1 in the series against Houston, Hughes notched his 800th career win. (Archive photo)

Wildcats extend winning streak with sweep versus Houston 

Trey Thomas, staff writer March 25, 2024
Baseball on nine-game win streak after sweeping Houston.
After the game, head coach Jeff Mittie, surrounded by guards Jaelyn Glenn and Zyanna Walker and center Ayoka Lee, applauds the Bramlage Coliseum crowd. K-State fell in the round of 32 to Colorado 63-50 in front of a sold-out Bramlage Coliseum.

Wildcats’ season of riches ends in round of 32 loss to Colorado

Luke Lazarczyk, sports editor March 24, 2024
K-State falls 63-50 to Buffaloes in round of 32.
Guard Zyanna Walker shoots against the Portland Pilots in the round of 64. K-State won 78-65 to advance to the round of 32 where the Wildcats face Colorado.

Know Your Opponent: Bramlage hosts Colorado for battle to the Sweet 16

Luke Lazarczyk, sports editor March 23, 2024
After both facing tests, K-State and Colorado battle in round of 32.
Ball in hand, guard Gabby Gregory turns away from the basket against Portland in K-States 78-65 round of 64 victory over the Pilots. Gregory led scoring with a season-high 22 points.

Wildcats land round of 64 win despite turbulence from Portland Pilots

Luke Lazarczyk, sports editor March 22, 2024
K-State opens Manhattan March Madness with 78-65 win as Lee-Gregory-Sundell score 59 combined.
Guard Cam Carter puts his hand up in the 3 sign after hitting a 3-pointer against Iowa State. Carter went 3-8 on 3s in the 65-58 upset, finishing the game with 21 points.

BREAKING: Cam Carter enters transfer portal

Luke Lazarczyk, sports editor March 21, 2024
The junior guard transfers after averaging 14.6 PPG.
Right fielder Nick English swings and makes contact with the ball in a 5-4 Wildcat win against Holy Cross on Feb. 25. Against Wichita State, English put up three RBI and one run as K-State won 8-6 in Wichita.

Baseball puts up impressive sixth inning to beat Shockers 

Trey Thomas, staff writer March 20, 2024
Nick English puts up three RBI and one run in win vs. Wichita State.
Guard Dai Dai Ames shoots a fadeaway against Iowa guard Tony Perkins. K-State fell to the Hawkeyes 91-82 in the first round of the NIT. (Photo courtesy of K-State Athletics)

Men’s basketball concludes season with NIT loss to Iowa Hawkeyes

Khalia Woods, staff writer March 20, 2024
The Wildcats begin and end NIT play in Iowa.
The womens basketball team celebrates after hearing their name called as the No. 4 seed in March Madness. This allows Manhattan to host the first two rounds of the tournament and gives K-State home court.

Joy, excitement and relief: K-State’s selection show watch party and journey ahead 

Luke Lazarczyk, sports editor March 19, 2024
Wildcats go wild for No. 4 seed with eyes focused on home court and March Madness success.
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