A look into the sports highlights of the fall semester.
K-State competed at the final cross country meet of the 2021 season. They now prepare for indoor track
Men's and women's basketball begins season play, volleyball travels to Iowa State, cross country takes on the NCAA Regionals and football returns home to play West Virginia this week.
The Kansas State men's and women's cross country teams had seven top-30 finishes at the 2021 Big 12 Championships on Friday morning.
Competing in Tallahassee, Florida, the Wildcats brought home a top-five finish on the men's side, while the women finished in 27th place.
The world of Kansas State sports is starting to ramp up as football and volleyball return to play this week, soccer looks for continued success and baseball starts its season this fall with exhibition games.
The Kansas State cross country team had two top-10 finishes at the Gans Creek Classic on Friday morning.
Other than the K-State football team hosting Oklahoma, every other team seeing action this week will be away from Manhattan.
The K-State cross country teams placed seventh and ninth at the Cowboy Jamboree in Stillwater, Oklahoma.
As we roll along in the fall portion of K-State sports, many teams are now getting officially underway as men's and women's golf and cross country all start their seasons this week.
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Competing against more than 400 runners in the women's 6K race on Monday morning, sophomore Jaybe Shufelberger took 157th place at the NCAA Cross Country Championships.
For the first time since the football outbreak in June, there has been another identified COVID-19 outbreak within K-State Athletics.
Take a look at how K-State cross country squads raced in Stillwater on Saturday.
A third place finish is the best the men's or women's teams have posted since 2016.
K-State cross country opened the abbreviated 2020 season with second place finishes in Lawrance, Kansas.
There will only be two athletic events this week for K-State: soccer and cross country both travel outside of Manhattan.
The Wildcats will compete in four meets in this abbreviated season, after NCAA regional or national meets were cancelled due to COVID-19.
With only two runners on both the men and women's teams, K-State cross country finished 12th and 23rd overall.
Football, volleyball, cross country, men's and women's basketball all in action this week