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Slate: Mittie signs a grad transfer PG

Plus more from Drew on recent commits, and other things happening around the K-State sports universe.

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It was known a few days ago, but it has been officially announced by K-State Athletics that Jeff Mittie has filled his open scholarship for 2019-20 with graduate transfer Angela Harris. Harris, a three-year starter for the Houston Cougars, earned All-AAC Third Team honors each of the last two years in a conference dominated by UConn. She will use her final season of eligibility replacing Kayla Goth at the point guard position for the MittieCats.


Yesterday, Drew dropped in with a look at the quarterback of the 2020 class, Pennsylvania native Will Howard. Howard is a 3-star recruit that the Klieman staff worked hard to snag, and “is a big kid, with a big arm, that can move around and deliver the ball down the field.”

GoPowercat reports that Phil Steele has put nine Wildcats on his 2019 preseason All-Big 12 team, led by First Team selection Wyatt Hubert.


The Wildcats rowing team was named the 2018-19 Big 12 Sportspersons of the Year, the league office announced on Tuesday. The rowing team received this honor after overcoming adversity and succeeding athletically, academically and in the community.


If you’re in the Manhattan area and interested in watching a movie at Bill Snyder Family Stadium, K-State Athletics and the Junior Wildcats Program have announced a free movie night at The Bill on July 15th, 2019. The event is free and open to the public, and will feature a family-friendly environment with a movie catered to younger Wildcat fans. The public will even get to participate in the movie selection process, with a fan vote between three movies with a winner chosen on July 1st.