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Remembering Bill Guthridge

Former K-State men's basketball coach Tex Winter poses with Bill Guthridge and Roy DeWitz

May 27, 2015
By Kelly McHugh

On May 12, K-State basketball lost a special member of its family.

Steinberg Glances Back at First Year With K-State

K-State's Palma Juhasz hits a backhand against West Virginia at Mike Goss Tennis Stadium in Manhattan, Kansas on March 20, 2015. (Scott D. Weaver/K-State Athletics)

May 26, 2015
By Kelly McHugh
K-State tennis head coach Danielle Steinberg hasn't had time to reflect back on her past year with the Wildcats - she's too busy preparing for the future.

Chambers Competing for Spot with San Antonio

K-State's Brittany Chambers drives around Ball State's Lyzz Smith at Bramlage Coliseum in Manhattan, Kansas on March 28, 2013. (Scott D. Weaver/K-State Athletics)

May 25, 2015
By Kelly McHugh

Since graduating from K-State in 2013, former women's basketball guard Brittany Chambers has continued to grow her game. She has spent the past two years playing professionally in Spain, and she was recently picked up by the WNBA's San Antonio Stars where she is currently in the team's training camp competing for a spot on the team.

A Student-Athlete's Perspective: The Western Swing | Part 2

May 24, 2015
By Kelly McHugh

In yesterday's K-State Sports Extra, readers had the opportunity to find out about the women's basketball and volleyball players' perspective of their five-day trip out west with the Catbacker Tour. 

A Student Athlete's Perspective: The Western Swing

May 23, 2015
By Kelly McHugh

COLBY, Kansas - K-State Athletics took nine student-athletes on its annual Catbacker Tour Western Swing this week. The most student-athletes to ever head west with K-State, this group had an exciting week spending time with Wildcat fans. 

Floyd's Last Fling

K-State's assistant athletic director Lon Floyd auctions items during the Ahearn Fund's 30th Annual Powercat Auction at Bramlage Coliseum in Manhattan, Kansas on April 25, 2014. (Scott D. Weaver/K-State Athletics)

May 22, 2015
By Kelly McHugh

The Catbacker Tour's Western Swing has always been a special week for K-State's Lon Floyd.

Letter from A.D. John Currie - May 21

Good Afternoon K-State Nation,

It has been a busy week, especially in Western Kansas as the 2015 Summer Catbacker Tour kicked off Monday in Dodge City and continues today in Colby before concluding tomorrow in Hays.  It is great to see the passion of K-Staters across the state, and I am reminded each year what a special and unique tradition these events are each summer.  We had another huge crowd in Scott City last night, which roared with applause when we announced the final score of our baseball team's Big 12 Tournament first-round upset over the Sooners as we began the program.

This afternoon we are making an exciting announcement about a new Ring of Honor class, K-State Football's highest honor, which was established under Coach Snyder's leadership in 2002. We are pleased that former greats Michael Bishop, Jordy Nelson, Clarence Scott and Darren Sproles will comprise the third class inducted into the elite fraternity, bringing the total number to 14.

These four football legends, all of whom have also earned their degrees from K-State, will have their names permanently affixed to the facing inside Bill Snyder Family Stadium during a halftime presentation of the 2015 season opener against South Dakota.  The names will also be prominently shown on the Ring of Honor display in the West Stadium Center concourse inside Gate B.

All of us in K-State Athletics are thrilled to honor these four football greats who have had a transformational impact on the success of our program and continue to be tremendous ambassadors for Kansas State University.  Each of these individuals has displayed tremendous integrity and overall excellence both on and off the field, and we are proud to recognize them for their commitment and contributions.  I have enjoyed getting to know each of these men over the course of the last six years, and I know you will join me in welcoming them back to K-State in September as we recognize them.  Check k-statesports.com for our full release, which includes biographical information in addition to a short video.

Catbacker Tour Underway out West

May 21, 2015
By Kelly McHugh

SCOTT CITY, Kansas - K-State Athletics and the K-State Alumni Association kicked off the 2015 Catbacker Tour with its annual trip out west this week. 

Baseball Begins Big 12 Championship

May 20, 2015
By Kelly McHugh

The K-State baseball team is playing hot lately, and that's all that matters as the 'Cats head into the postseason.

Ahearn Fund Gains Nation-Wide Membership

May 19, 2015
By Kelly McHugh

Thanks to Rich Macha, the Ahearn Fund now has members in all 50 states.