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K-State Slate: 2.27.12


K-State Basketball

Once again, K-State just can't stand prosperity. Fresh off back-to-back road wins over Baylor and Missouri, the Wildcats returned home and lost to Iowa State, 65-61.

The loss wasted a career performance from junior Jordan Henriquez. The center from New York registered 19 points, 12 rebounds and seven blocked shots in the loss.

Iowa State senior Scott Christopherson went off for 29 points in Manhattan, raining threes from all over the court and driving past Will Spradling with ease.

K-State Women's Basketball

The men weren't the only K-State program to suffer a frustrating loss on Saturday. K-State's women lost in overtime, 61-56, to last-place Missouri in Columbia.

K-State Baseball

The Bats Cats had a tough weekend in San Diego. On Sunday, the Wildcats fell to No. 16 Oregon State, 13-5. Earlier in the weekend, K-State lost to San Diego, 15-1, and beat San Diego State, 15-7. The B

High Jump U

K-State swept the men's and women's high jump at the Big 12 indoor track and field championships. Reigning national champion Erik Kynard blew away the field, clearing 7'5.25" when no other competitor cleared 7'. On the women's side, freshman Alyx Treasure cleared 6'00" to take home the title.

Big 12 Basketball

You may have heard about how KU was down 19 points at home to Missouri, but came back and won, 87-86, in overtime ... It took overtime, but Texas pulled out a 71-67 win over Texas Tech in Lubbock ... Oklahoma State rolled to a 60-42 win over offensively challenged Texas A&M ... And this just makes me angry. Baylor beat Oklahoma, 70-60, and held the Sooners without a three-point field goal. That's right. The Baylor Bears and their zone defense held OU without a three-pointer. ::Sigh::