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Slate: Wildcats get revenge on West Virginia

The Women’s team avenged an early season loss to West Virginia last night, plus notes on track and field and spring football

Photos from 3/4/17 Big12 Women's Basketball Tournament: Quarterfinal Round. KState & ISU
Photos from 3/4/17 Big12 Women’s Basketball Tournament: Quarterfinal Round. KState & ISU

It’s a slow news day at Bring on the Cats, but fear not. Luke Thompson will stop by later today with this weeks edition of Tournament Thursday.


The Wildcats downed West Virginia in last nights battle of NCAA tournament bubble teams. Kayla Goth led all scorers with a career high 30 points. (Justin Toscano, Manhattan Mercury)

Jeff Mittie’s approach of talking about “the bubble” and what Kansas State needs to do to get to the Big Dance may stray a big from the norm. (Ryan Black, Manhattan Mercury)

Track and Field

5 Wildcats are expected to compete in the NCAA indoor championships. Tejaswin Shankar will enter the competition as the top-ranked Cat, checking in as the No. 2 high jumper in the NCAA. (Staff Reports, Manhattan Mercury)


We end with a little football. Athlon sports released their 2019 spring preview of the Wildcats, and the top story line is obviously how different the program will operate under new coach, Chris Klieman. (Nicholas Allen, Athlon Sports)