Postgame Notes

Kansas State is 28-13 all-time against Washburn... The last meeting between the schools before Saturday night was Nov. 18, 1998; K-State won 76-60... The Wildcats have won four straight in the series.


Saturday night’s point total of 94 by the Wildcats was the first time K-State had surpassed the 90-point barrier since Feb. 11, 2004 against Iowa State in a 90-59 win... It is the highest point total by the Wildcats since Jan. 10, 2004 against Savannah State in a 92-51 win... Washburn tallied the highest point total by a K-State opponent since Jan. 8, 2005 at Nebraska in a 95-85 loss in two overtimes.


Kansas State has an 92 record over the last 3+ seasons in exhibition play... Saturday was the first overtime game in the exhibition season for K-State since Oct., 10, 2004 in Vancouver, British Columbia against the University of British Columbia; K-State lost 89-84.


The actual attendance on Saturday night in Bramlage Coliseum was 9,955... The paid attendance for the night was 13,186... Last season’s exhibition games with the EA Sports All-Stars and Emporia State drew 4,490 and 4,718, respectively... Both attendance figures surpassed the attendance of every K-State regular season game from a season ago except for Oklahoma State (2/4/06) and Kansas (3/4/06), which were both sellouts of 13,340.


The Wildcats’ starting lineup Saturday night was: senior guard Lance Harris, junior guard David Hoskins, senior guard Jermaine Maybank, senior forward Cartier Martin and freshman forward Luis Colon... Harris, Hoskins and Martin are returning starters from last season’s squad.


Hoskins tallied a game-high 29 points... During exhibition play last season, he had a high of 14 against the EA Sports All-Stars (Nov. 3, 2005)... If the game was a regular season game, Hoskins would have registered a career-high; his career-high is 25 (2 times; last: vs. Texas Tech, March 9, 2006)... He also snared 10 rebounds to lead the Wildcats... It is the first double-double for Hoskins in a K-State uniform.  


K-State trailed the Ichabods 33-26 at the half... It is the first time the Wildcats have trailed at the half of an exhibition game since Nov. 6, 2003 against the EA Sports All-Stars... Washburn hit 43.3 percent (13-30) from the field, including 33.3 percent (2-6) from three-point range... The Wildcats hit on 29.4 percent of its field goal attempts and was 0 for 10 from beyond the arc. 


In the first half, David Hoskins scored 11 of K-State’s 26 points... Serge Afeli scored on a fast break layup and a jumper in the paint on consecutive possessions to end Hoskins’ scoring run of 10 consecutive points to open the game.


13 players saw the floor in the first half for K-State, with six players scoring... Hoskins and Afeli led the way with 11 and six, respectively... If this were a regular season game, Afeli would have set a new career-high in points in the first half; his career-high is three points (3 times in 2006; last: North Dakota State, Jan. 2, 2006)... Afeli finished with eight points.