The Big 12 season did not start well for the BatCats, as they got swept again by TCU. But they picked up a much-needed 3-0 win on Tuesday night against Nebraska-Omaha to break a four-game losing streak. It was a pitchers’ duel on a cold night at Tointon Family Stadium until a two-run single from Dylan Watts in the bottom of the 8th broke the scoreless tie. The shutout was the first by the Wildcats this season.
It’s spring time in Kansas (even if it doesn’t feel that way), and it’s finally time for spring football to start again. Today marks the opening day of K-State football’s spring practice slate that culminates with the annual Spring Game on April 21st. The Wildcats are excited to get back to work, and ready to build on their momentum from last season. Via the KC Star, Kellis Robinett has five things to watch as the Wildcats start spring practices, which includes the QB duel and all the new coaches. Athlon Sports also has their spring football preview available.
Now the the K-State basketball season is officially over, K-State Athletics has announced that the annual post-season celebration and banquet will be held next Tuesday, April 3. Tickets are available to the public, but seating is limited and dinner tickets are $50 per person.