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Baseball. Griep Strikes Out 8 in K-State’s 4-2 Loss

Despite a quality start and a career-high eight strikeouts by redshirt sophomore Nate Griep, the K-State baseball team dropped the series opener at Cal on Saturday, losing 4-2 at Evans Diamond.

Track. Women Finish 2nd at Big 12s

Scoring 132.50 points total, the women's effort was the best in program history in regards to both points and finish in the Big 12 era.

W. Equestrian. Equestrian Knocks Off No. 1 Baylor

The K-State equestrian team ran its home winning streak to 18 straight on Saturday as the Wildcats knocked off No. 1 Baylor on Senior Day, 10-9, at Timbercreek Stables.

Kansas Places Third in Big 12 Conference Championship



A total of seven silver medals—two by Yulduz Kuchkarova, three by Chelsie Miller and two relays—boosted the morale for Kansas swimming and diving, but were not enough to overcome Iowa State for second place at the 2015 Big 12 Swimming and Diving Championship. On the final day of the league meet held at the Jamail Texas Swimming Center, Kansas finished in third place with 589 points behind Iowa State (618.5) and Texas (1,082.5). West Virginia claimed fourth place (481) and TCU (458), fifth.

W. Basketball. K-State Ice Cold in Loss to TCU

Kansas State suffered through a cold shooting performance and a hot perimeter effort from TCU on Saturday, as the Horned Frogs defeated the Wildcats on Saturday, 67-47.

Kansas Upsets Oklahoma on the Road, 65-58



Box Score // Kansas fought off a late Oklahoma rally with the help of clutch free throw shooting in the waning minutes from several Jayhawks to bring home the 65-58 victory over the Sooners to even the 2015 series, Saturday night, inside the Lloyd Noble Center.

Kansas Men, Women Each Place Sixth at Big 12 Indoor Championships



RESULTS // Senior Kenneth McCuin ran to victory in the 600 yards and claimed his first Big 12 title as the Kansas men's and women's track & field teams concluded the Big 12 Indoor Championships Saturday inside the Lied Recreation Center Saturday. Both squads finished sixth in their respective team races with the men scoring 80.5 points and the women amassing 71 points during the two-day competition.

Fight to the Finish: No. 8/9 Kansas Downs Texas, 69-64



Every second was precious – evidenced by nearly every player diving on the floor after a loose ball with 14 seconds on the clock. Though the ensuing possession arrow went against No. 8/9 Kansas, the Jayhawks didn't allow another point, finally locking down the back-and-forth brawl against Texas, 69-64, on ESPN College GameDay Saturday afternoon inside Allen Fieldhouse.