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The Kansas State women's golf team set itself up for a fifth top-five finish this year as the Wildcats are currently in fourth place following two rounds of the Lady Buckeye Invitational.
It took late inning heroics from senior Connor McKay on both defensive and offensive sides of the ball for the Jayhawks to come out victorious over the Texas Longhorns Saturday night at Hoglund Ballpark.
The K-State baseball team surrendered four runs in the first and three in the third as the Wildcats had their three-game winning streak snapped after a 7-1 loss to No. 19 Texas Tech on Saturday at Tointon Family Stadium.
Behind sophomore Chase Hanna, the Kansas men's golf team sits in sixth after day one of the Hawkeye Invitational in Iowa City, Iowa.
With strong storms and heavy rain entering and exiting the surrounding area Saturday, Kansas officials, along with both the Kansas and Texas coaching staffs have elected to push back the start of the scheduled conference baseball game to a later time.
Competing against KU, Purdue and Colorado State in quadrangular action, K-State racked up 10 first-place finishes, several PRs, and a couple national records to boot.
PHOTO GALLERY // RESULTS // Ten event titles propelled both the men's and women's Kansas teams to victories in the 88th Kansas Relays quadrangular competition Friday inside Rock Chalk. The KU men came out on top in dominant fashion, dispatching of the other three squads by 69 points after tallying 226 points during the three-day event. The Kansas women amassed 194 points for the win, 22 points clear of second-place Kansas State.
Photo Gallery // RESULTS // After more than 80 high school and college track & field events covering over 15 hours Friday, the 88th Kansas Relays came to a close with an abundance of memorable performances. The Kansas Jayhawk men's and women's teams swept the quadrangular competitions with the KU men coming out on top with 226 points, while the women amassed 194 points for the win.
It took extra baseball to determine the winner between the Kansas Jayhawks and Texas Longhorns, five extra to be exact, as the Longhorns outlasted the Jayhawks 3-2 in a 14-inning pitcher's duel Friday night at Hoglund Ballpark.
With a hard fought comeback against a solid SMU team yesterday in the quarterfinals, the No. 9 K-State equestrian team looked to carry out that momentum into Friday, but fell to No. 1 seed Georgia in a 10-5 decision in the quarterfinals of the 2015 National Collegiate Equestrian Association (NCEA) Championships.