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Kansas State Spring Practice Starts Today

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Spring practice stats today, plus the BatCats drop a game, Kindred Wesemann in the 3 point contest, and a story on dealing with tragedy.

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Football

Spring practice begins today, and the most important question heading into the 2017 season, is the health of head coach Bill Snyder. (Kellis Robinett, Wichita Eagle)

With the three starting linebackers all departing, the biggest camp battle will take place at the linebacker position. Reggie Walker, Trent Tanking, Tanner Wood, and Da’Quan Patton should all compete for a starting spot. (kstatesports.com)

Men’s Basketball

I know many of you suffer from allergies this time of year, and after reading this article your allergies may flare up unexpectedly. When unspeakable tragedy struck Chris Lowery this fall, the Kansas State basketball team rallied behind their assistant head coach and helped lift him up during the most trying period of his life. (Kellis Robinett, Wichita Eagle)

Women’s Basketball

Kindred Wesemann has accepted an invitation to compete in the 29th annual 3-point shoot out in Phoenix, Arizona on March 30th. You can watch her compete at 9 p.m. on ESPN. (kstatesports.com)

Baseball

The bats stayed cold last night and the pitching was even more frigid, as the BatCats lost Tuesday night’s game against Nebraska 11-1. Starting pitcher Caleb Littlejim failed to record an out, and was pulled after just 22 pitches. (Chris Basnett, Lincoln Journal Star)

Miscellaneous

On Saturday, Kansas State will dedicate Wefald Hall, the first residence hall to be built in more than 50 years. Former K-State President Jon Wefald will speak, as will Bill Snyder and U.S. Sen. Pat Roberts. (AP via Capital Journal)

A new commercial development complex near the National Bio and Agro-Defense Facility will add 59,000 square feet of office space to the Manhattan area. Construction on the facility is set to begin in July and scheduled to be completed by July of 2018. (Morgan Chilson, Capital Journal)