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K-State busted out for 18 hits and 14 runs, both of which were its most in a Big 12 regular season game in more than two years, as the Wildcats beat No. 3 TCU, 14-4, to open a three-game series on Friday at Tointon Family Stadium.
Kansas State women's tennis opened its two-match trip through the state of Oklahoma on Friday night, looking to upset the No. 29 Sooners at the Headington Family Tennis Center. The Wildcats came up just shy, as Oklahoma held off K-State, 4-2. The Wildcats have now dropped three straight Big 12 matches.
The Kansas State women's golf team is tied for 11th place after two rounds of play at the SMU/DAC Invitational.
Although No. 22 Kansas had built a lead in the first three and half innings, Texas Tech slowly chipped away at the Jayhawks' advantage and a Red Raider rally in the sixth inning clinched the win, 8-7, on Friday night at Rocky Johnson Field.
Final Box (.pdf) // The Kansas baseball team held the Big 12 Conference's leading scoring offense Oklahoma State scoreless through the first six innings, but an error-plagued top of the seventh inning spotted the No. 9 Cowboys four runs as they went on to take the first of a three-game weekend series, 7-2, Friday night at Hoglund Ballpark.
DALLAS – Kansas junior women's golfer Yupaporn Kawinpakorn is tied for sixth place after two rounds at the SMU/DAC Invitational at the Dallas Athletic Club Friday. As a team, the Jayhawks are tied with Houston for fifth place in the 16-team field with an overall score of 602 (+26).
Friday Results // Jayhawk victories in both the men's and women's high jump got Kansas track & field's weekend off to a fast start Friday evening at the John McDonnell Invitational. Seniors Nick Giancana and Colleen O'Brien tallied wins in their respective competitions, while junior Lindsay Vollmer turned in a career best in the high jump en route to a runner-up finish.
The Kansas women's tennis team came up empty as they were upended, 4-0, by No. 9 Oklahoma State Friday afternoon.
With the 2015 campaign just more than four months away, K-State volleyball season tickets for an exciting slate of home matches in Ahearn Field House are set to go on sale starting April 13.
For the second straight year, K-State setter Katie Brand has been selected to train and compete in the U.S. Collegiate National Team (CNT) program, USA Volleyball announced. The rising redshirt junior will work with 35 other athletes in New Orleans, Louisiana from June 21-29 at the Girls' Junior National Championships.