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Kansas divers Graylyn Jones and Nadia Khechfe gained valuable experience and improved from day one to day two during the duo's trip to the NCAA Zone D Diving Championships, which concluded Wednesday. The three-day regional collection of the best divers in the middle of the country was hosted in the University of Iowa's Campus and Recreation Center and included all three diving events: three-meter, one-meter, and platform.
As fans gear up for K-State's 2015 Purple/White spring game at Sporting Park, activities for Wildcat Nation will kick off the day before in Manhattan as the athletics department will host the 31st Annual Powercat Auction on Friday, April 24.
Kansas State head coach Bill Snyder announced Wednesday 15 members of the team that will serve as player representatives for the 2015 season.
Kansas Notes // A pair of Jayhawks will journey to Fayetteville, Arkansas for the NCAA Indoor Track & Field Championships this weekend. Junior Casey Bowen will go up against a stellar field when he competes for his first NCAA indoor pole vault title. The event is slated to begin at 6 p.m., Friday, March 13. Senior Lindsay Vollmer will look to become just the fourth female in NCAA history to win both an outdoor heptathlon championship as well as an indoor pentathlon title when she competes in the five-event pentathlon on Saturday, March 14.
You play the hand you're dealt in this world. Cherishing the highs and riding out the lows, attempting to stay on the straight-and-narrow path while steering clear of the jagged-edges.
Kansas women's tennis senior and team leader Maria Belen Luduena (who goes by "Belen") did not begin her Jayhawk career like a typical student. Luduena is from Curicó, Chile and her life would've been much different had she just stayed home, but her fate changed four years ago when Luduena was approached by KU with an opportunity of a lifetime.
For the third straight game, the K-State baseball team scored double-digit runs as the Wildcats beat Creighton, 10-5, in game one of a two-game series at Tointon Family Stadium on Tuesday.
With its postseason opportunity yet to be decided on Monday, March 16, K-State women's basketball took a moment during the open week to hold its annual banquet on Tuesday night at Colbert's Restaurant at Colbert Hills Golf Course. Sophomore Breanna Lewis and senior Ashia Woods were named the Nicole Ohlde Defensive MVP and Kendra Wecker Offensive MVP, respectively, to highlight the festivities.
The Kansas State men's golf team tied with Mississippi and VCU for fifth place at the Tiger Invitational held at the par 72, 7,149-yard Grand National Lake Course.