On Saturday, the K-State cross country teams competed at the JK Gold Invitational hosted by Wichita State University in Augusta, Kansas.
Over a dozen K-State athletes traveled with the "Cats Across Continents" program.
The Wildcats fail to qualify after the NCAA Midwest Regional meet.
K-State will run in the Midwest Regional on Friday morning in Iowa City.
Both the men's and women's teams finish in the bottom two of meet.
The men's team will look to build on previous success as the women's team looks to continue to build chemistry.
Today's Bradley Pink Classic is the last scheduled meet for the Wildcats before the conference championships Oct. 29.
The women's cross-country team looks to rally behind senior Morgan Wedekind as she attempts to top last year's Big 12 Championship performance.
The senior runner finished fourth in the 2016 Cowboy Jamboree last week.
The Wildcats are ready for their third meet of the season in Oklahoma.
The Wildcats head to South Dakota for their first meet of the season today.
The Wildcats ran hard but came up short of advancing in Lawrence.
Wildcats look to improve after mediocre performances at the Big 12 championship.
Wildcat runners look to make an impact in the conference final.
The women's cross country team takes fourth while the men finish 10th.
After top-five finishes in Stillwater, Wildcat runners look to improve after a three-week break.
K-State tennis player Sara Castellano and cross country runner's Colton Donahue and Morgan Wedekind all had big weekends for the Wildcats.
Wildcat runners put out a good performance at their season-opening meet in Lawrence.
In the last meet of her collegiate cross country career, Galvan runs for her last chance at a national championship
The Guanajuato, Mexico, native will look to improve on her 45th-place finish from two seasons ago.