Kansas State will be participating in an in-season tournament in Hawai'i for the third time in its history in 2011, after the school was selected to play in the third annual Hawai'ian Airlines Diamond Head Classic, to be held Dec. 22-25, 2011, at Stan Sheriff Center in Honolulu. K-State takes the place of Texas A&M, which previously was announced as a participant in the 2011 event. The tournament also will replace the Wildcats' previously announced participation in the Cancun Governor's Cup in Cancun, Mexico.
K-State will play in the 3rd annual Hawaiian Airlines Diamond Head Classic on Dec. 22-25, 2011 in Honolulu. We are supposedly taking the place of aTm.
Due to consistent rain in the San Joaquin Valley, Kansas State’s season opener against Pacific on Friday has been postponed. The area has received more than an inch of rain during the past two days and the forecast indicates that rain will continue until early Saturday morning. The two teams now are scheduled to play a doubleheader on Saturday, beginning at 4 p.m. CT. The series will conclude on Sunday with a 1 p.m. CT first pitch.
Kansas State junior forward Victor Ojeleye was among 12 players named to the 2011 Academic All-Big 12 men’s basketball first team, as announced by the league office Friday. A native of Ottawa, Kan., Ojeleye was named to the first team for the second straight season.
Vic and his entire family seem like first class through and through. And congratulations to him for making the Big 12 All-Academic team. Here's hoping we get another Ojeleye in Semi!
Ok, I'm partly kidding, but accuracy helps.
Arizona offers Argyle OT previously offered by K-State http://www.ihigh.com/vypedenton/article_55059.html
Kansas State track and field coach Cliff Rovelto has been selected to lead Team USA this fall at the Pan American Games in Mexico. USA Track & Field announced the coaching staffs for the 2011 Pan Am Games, as well as the 2012 Olympic Games in London, on Thursday, and Rovelto has been chosen to serve as the men’s head coach at the Pan Am Games.
With one more victory this season, Kansas State will become just the 13th NCAA Division I women’s basketball program — and the second from the Big 12 Conference — to reach the 800-win plateau. K-State’s record in its 43-year history of women’s basketball stands at 799-474, for a winning percentage of .628.