This is going to be very short because I really should be working on my cite check assignment instead...
The Wildcats didn't drop a single game in winning their home invitational. Great job to the ladies for their 3-0 wins over Arkansas, Northern Iowa and Fresno State. That puts K-State at 8-2 heading into the conference season, starting with Wednesday's Sunflower Showdown in Lawrence (that team is 7-3). Go State!
The Cats start their fall schedule today in Lincoln, Neb., at the Chip-N-Club Invitational. The host course is Woodland Hills Golf Club, which has 14 really nice holes (including about four great ones) and four really boring holes. Should be a good test for the women as they will face off against host Nebraska, Arkansas-Little Rock, Boston College, Creighton, KU, McNeese State, Missouri State, Montana, North Dakota State, Northern Colorado, Oral Roberts, Redlands CC, South Dakota State, Texas State, UMKC, Wichita State and William and Mary.
The men open next weekend in Lawrence at the Kansas Invitational. It's held at Alvamar, which is a great golf course.
The Wildcat harriers split Friday's dual with KU, with the women defeating the 'beaks, 22-35, and the men falling, 21-39. The top runner in the men's race was KU's Colby Wissel, who kicked my butt (and everyone else's) in cross country back in high school.
Sorry for the lack of analysis, but it's been a busy week, and it ain't getting better soon.