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K-State Slate: 4.7.14

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Thanks to a morning emergency, the effects of which are probably going to make things weird this week, today's Slate will be community links day. Briefly recapping the weekend:

Baseball dropped two of three against KU, as JT covered with his usual exceptional dedication. (Y'all need to show him some love, 'cause he's killing it.) Official recaps and box scores: Friday -- Saturday -- Sunday

Track had an okay weekend, but victories were sparse -- only Tommy Brady, who won the pole vault at the Stanford Invitational, came home with a win. Reinis Kregers was second in the decathlon at the Sam Adams Multi. Friday -- Saturday

Tennis lost to Texas on Saturday, and to Baylor on Sunday.

The women's golf team finished tied for tenth in the lightning-shortened SMU Invitational, but Olivia Eliasson finished tied for second place at 2-over, five strokes back. That's the best outing by a Wildcat this season.

Volleyball started spring scrimmage action this weekend, beating Missouri 2-1 and the professional Heart of America Havoc team 2-0. Of note for next year: incoming frosh Kylee Zumach had eight kills, leading the Wildcats over Missouri, and incoming transfer Brooke Sassin tied for the lead with six kills against HoAH.