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Slate: K-State Women inching closer to NCAA Bubble

Kansas State continued to climb their way towards the NCAA bubble with a win over Iowa State. Plus the BatCats drop a nail bitter to Wichita State.

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


We’re choosing to focus on the positives today regarding K-State sports....because so much lately has been negative (thanks Bruce and Co.) The positives start with the Women’s team. They are continuing a push to make the NCAA tournament, this time with a win over Iowa State. The Cats used a stifling defense to run away from the Cyclones 60-51. (Tyler Kraft, Manhattan Mercury)

The guards led the team to victory for a change, as the Cat’s usually rely heavily on their strong post play. (Greg Woods, Manhattan Mercury)

And that’s about all the positives for games played non-playing sports K-State footballs social media began ramping things up prior to the start of spring football so check out those videos on twitter.


In fortsphere news, the BatCats dropped a pitchers dual 2-1 to another in-state school, Wichita State, and drop to 3-5 on the season. (Taylor Eldridge, Wichita Eagle)

Fortsphere is in action again Friday as they open their home season with a double header against Fairleigh Dickinson beginning at 2 pm. Games can been see on ESPN+.