The Women’s golf team travels to Albuquerque, New Mexico, for its last regular-season tournament this week.
The Wildcats originally planned on playing in the Houston Oaks Invitational this week, but ownership was forced to shutdown the course until late spring because of winter storm damage. The team looks to bounce back after finishing 13th in The Bruzzy two weeks ago.
The Branch Law Firm/Dick Maguire Invitational will run Sunday through Monday. After this, the team has five days to prepare for the Big 12 Championship in Texas beginning on Sunday.
The Kansas State baseball team (17-14, 2-7) looks to get back on track after suffering a three-game series sweep to No. 3 Texas this last weekend.
K-State will have multiple opportunities to right the ship, the first of which while hosting Northern Colorado (7-19). The two-game series will begin at 6 p.m. Tuesday at Tointon Family Stadium and will finish at the same time the following day.
The games can be streamed on Big 12 Now on ESPN+, and can be heard on the radio at KMAN.
On Friday, the team will host Big 12 Conference opponent Oklahoma (15-15, 2-6). The Wildcats will look to take advantage of the Sooners’ poor play on the road, as it sports a measly 2-4 away record.
The three-game series will begin at 6 p.m. Friday at Tointon Family Stadium. Game two is at 4 p.m. Saturday and game three is at 1 p.m. Sunday.
The games can be streamed on Big 12 Now on ESPN+, and all can be heard on KMAN, except for Sunday’s game which can be heard on the K-State Sports Network.
The men’s golf team is back in action this week and will travel to Lincoln, Nebraska, to compete in the Git-R-Done Husker Invitational.
K-State comes off a second-place finish in the Missouri Tiger Invitational, where the team secured its best finish not only of the season, but of the last two years.
The Wildcats will look to keep the hot streak going in Lincoln. The two-day event begins on Saturday and will conclude the following day.
The K-State soccer team (3-7-3) heads to Norman, Oklahoma, to take on Oklahoma (0-12-2) this Saturday.
The Wildcats are coming off a tough 0-1 loss to Iowa State and hope to get back on track against the winless Sooners. Saturday’s season-concluding game is scheduled for a 1 p.m. kickoff.
The Women’s Tennis team (7-8, 2-4) is looking to bounce back after a hard-fought loss to No. 10 Baylor, in which it lost its undefeated home record.
K-State will host in-conference opponent Oklahoma State on Friday. It will then have to recover quickly when hosting Oklahoma on Sunday.
Track and field
The track and field team travels to Waco, Texas, to compete in the Michael Johnson Invite. The two-day event begins Friday.