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Slate: Lady Cats remain winless in Big 12 play

Plus Entz earns more honors and track returns home.

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Women’s Basketball

There is no escape from the giant portal of suck that is K-State basketball and last night proved no exception as the K-State women, who are still winless in conference play through six games, fell to Iowa State in a very winnable game that ended with one of the worst offensive fourth quarters that I’ve seen two teams play in quite some time.

The 62-60 loss dropped K-State to 5-8 this season and 0-6 in conference play. Ayoka Lee led the way with a 19-point, 12-rebound double-double followed by 14 points for Chrissy Carr and 11 for Sydney Goodson. They’ll play Oklahoma on Sunday at 1 p.m. on ESPN+.

On a happier note, K-State Sports Extra’s Austin Siegel wrote an update on Peyton Williams and her professional career overseas in Russia. You can check it out here.


Star Brookelynn Entz was named to the prestigious Missouri Athletic Club Hermann Women’s Watch List. The award is the highest honor given in intercollegiate soccer and has been given since 1998.

Track and Field

The purple runners, jumpers and throwers will return home to host another home meet this weekend. The DeLoss Dodds Invitational begins today and will feature the 20th ranked Cats along with William Carey, Langston, Texas State, Tulane and Little Rock.

An interesting note about the meet is that stud high jumper TJ Shankar will be competing in his first heptathlon ever.

You can follow the meet this week from K-State’s website.

Men’s Basketball

K-State hosts Texas A&M for the Big 12/SEC Challenge on Saturday. Tip-off is set for 11 a.m. on ESPNU.