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Slate: K-State WBB announces non-conference schedule

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Outlining K-State’s 2019-20 non-conference schedule, plus notes on two female athletes’ awards and honors.

Christianna Carr bounced back from a slump Wednesday. Can she keep it going? Rob Ferguson-USA TODAY Sports

Previously

We are officially, Harrison Creed days away from Kansas State Football. If you’re unsure of exactly how many days that is then you need to go read BracketCat’s breakdown of Mr. Creed.

Yesterday we were, Aidan Mills days away so you’ll want to check out his preview as well.

Basketball

Yesterday the Kansas State Women’s Basketball team announced the 2019-20 non-conference schedule. The highlights include a trip to Bimini, Bahamas to play in the Junkanoo Jam which features possible games against Michigan State or LSU, and a trip to Oregon to face the Oregon Ducks who are coming off a final four run last season. (Staff Reports, Manhattan Mercury)

Volleyball

Kansas State sophomore Gloria Mutiri was selected as a member of the Preseason All-Big 12 team. Her selection was unanimous among Big 12 coaches. (Staff Reports Manhattan Mercury)

Rowing

Molly Ross is a nominee for the 2019 NCAA Woman of the Year. The NCAA announced her nomination along with 585 other female athletes nominated by NCAA member schools. (kstatesports.com)

Topic for general discuss: Biggest pet peeves. Mine is traffic. I can’t stand not moving when I’m driving and will pull off onto side streets just to keep moving even if it takes longer.