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Baseball Drops Series to No. 19 Texas Tech

K-State's Shane Conlon bats against Texas Tech at Tointon Family Stadium in Manhattan, Kansas on April 19, 2015. (Scott D. Weaver/K-State Athletics)

April 20, 2015
By Kelly McHugh

Things just never fell K-State's way yesterday afternoon at Tointon Family Stadium. The wind howled and the rain poured, and, despite keeping it close, the Wildcats (18-20, 5-10 Big 12) fell, 4-1, to No. 19 Texas Tech (25-15, 9-6 Big 12) in the rubber match of the three-game series. 

Wildcat Weekend Continues Today

April 19, 2015
By Kelly McHugh

This weekend has been a busy one for K-State Athletics. Starting with the Wildcat baseball team hosting a three-game series against Texas Tech, the Wildcat track and field squad competing in the KU Relays, the equestrian team at the NCEA Championships, a pair of golf tournaments and two tennis matches, there has been plenty of action for the Cats.

Get Busy Livin'

Dylan Meier, Fall 2006. Photo courtesy of K-State Athletics

April 18, 2015
By Kelly McHugh

When former K-State football tight end Shad Meier (1997-2000) hits the road to run today, his heart will be filled with emotion.

Letter from A.D. John Currie - April 17

Good Afternoon K-State Nation,

As we get this weekend's Texas Tech series at Tointon Stadium underway, let's first congratulate Coach Hill and our baseball team on not only a dramatic comeback walk-off win in extra innings over Wichita State on Tuesday night but also for last weekend's series win over No. 2 TCU.  I am proud of our coaches, staff and student-athletes for continuing to work hard every day, and the progress being made has been fun to watch.  Let's keep it going this weekend against the 19th-ranked Red Raiders!

Have you been by Bill Snyder Family Stadium lately and seen the progress on the new Vanier Football Complex?  On Tuesday afternoon we had the opportunity to walk through the building with ESPN.com Big 12 reporter Jake Trotter (@Jake_Trotter) - among the highlights was seeing the new state-of-the-art hydrotherapy units being installed in the training room and the windows going into the fourth floor west side.  Also, the limestone field wall on the north end - which previews the long term plan of a limestone wall fronting the seating sections surrounding Dave Wagner Field - is now largely complete and looks great!  Also, work has begun by Daktronics to install the big new northwest corner video board, another commitment to our goal of offering "The Best Fan Experience in the Big 12 Conference."  Click here for more pictures and the link to our live web cam in addition to Jake's story on his visit and the construction.

Wolfe's Confidence Continues to Grow

K-State's Tyler Wolfe fields a throw to second base against TCU at Tointon Family Stadium in Manhattan, Kansas on April 11, 2015. (Scott D. Weaver/K-State Athletics)

April 17, 2105
By Kelly McHugh

Before the 2015 K-State baseball season started back in February, the K-State roster - both players and coaches - took notice of newcomer Tyler Wolfe.

Adkins Keeps Focus Heading into NCEAs

April 16, 2015 
By Kelly McHugh 

When Henley Adkins gets on her horse and into the arena, she's all business.

Barnett Eager to Improve, Lead

K-State's Dante Barnett intercepts a pass against Kansas at Memorial Stadium in Lawrence, Kansas on November 30, 2013. (Scott D. Weaver/K-State Athletics)

April 15, 2015
By Kelly McHugh

When he looks back at the 2014 season, Dante Barnett has a few regrets. 

Q&A With Madison Talley and Katherine Gravel-Coursol

April 14, 2015
By Kelly McHugh

Each month, K-State Sports Extra highlights a new student-athlete through the K-State Sports Extra Q&A. This month, we switched things up to feature two student-athletes: Madison Talley and Katherine Gravel-Coursol.

Wildcats Host Special Olympics Clinic

April 13, 2015
By Kelly McHugh

When Brad Havenstein woke up yesterday morning, he had one thing on his mind: getting on the mound at Tointon Family Stadium to deliver the first pitch before K-State took on TCU.

Wildcat Quarterbacks Continue Working For No. 1 Spot

Sep 27, 2014; Manhattan, KS, USA; Kansas State Wildcats quarterback Joe Hubener (8) is congratulated by teammates following a touchdown in a 58-28 win against the UTEP Miners at Bill Snyder Family Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Scott Sewell-USA TODAY Sports

April 12, 2015
By Kelly McHugh

With the departure of two-year starting quarterback Jake Waters, the Wildcat football team is now on the lookout for a new signal caller to fill his shoes.