Previously on BotC: Weekly thoughts and wisecracks from Curtis.
Leti Romero just missed a triple-double with 23 points, 10 boards, and 9 assists, while Katya Leick had 22 points and freshman Kindred Wesemann added a career-high 14 as the Lady Cats exorcised a 10-year, 13-game losing streak to the Sooners.
- K-State's official recap
- Oklahoma's official recap
- Corbin McGuire at the Capital-Journal
- David Embers at the Collegian
A day after setting a program high-water mark for highest pre-season ranking by landing at #22 in Baseball America's poll, the BatCats set a new mark: they're #21 in the USA Today Coaches' Poll.
K-State prepares for this weekend's action in Ames at the Bill Bergan Invitational, the TrackCats' first multi-day event of the indoor season. Joining the Wildcats will be host Iowa State, Texas, Iowa, Minnesota, Wisconsin, North Dakota, North Dakota State, South Dakota, and South Dakota State. The meet will begin at noon Thursday with the start of the men's heptathlon; Friday will see day two of the heptathlon, the women's pentathlon, and
In the first link of the above paragraph, you can also see where the Wildcat tracksters rank in the Big 12 and nationally. Currently leading the Big 12 are Carlos Rodriguez (200m), Jharyl Bowry (long jump), Sonia Gaskin (200m), Sara Savatovic (weight throw), and Erica Twiss (pentathlon). Bowry and Twiss are ranked in the top 10 nationally, 6th and 8th respectively.
The Collegian's John Zetmeir has a profile of Wildcat senior pole vaulter Kyle Wait.
The fifth-ranked Wildcat riders will begin the spring season on Saturday at South Dakota State.
As usual, tomorrow you're in the delicate clutches of the intern. Have a good weekend!