K-State sends seven athletes from seven different countries to compete in the 2016 Rio Olympics.
Everyone's favorite undersized running back, Deuce Vaughn, makes it all the way to No. 3 on the list. Who made it higher?
Winters looks to become the first Wildcat since 2003 to garner All-American women's shot put honors.
Another school record is bested and nine athletes finished in first place over the weekend.
The Collegian sports desk takes a look back at the year in K-State Athletics.
For the first time since the football outbreak in June, there has been another identified COVID-19 outbreak within K-State Athletics.
Led by Akela Jones, the Wildcats have their best finish since 2002.
Wildcat Olympians show strong finish but miss out on medals.
Senior pole vaulter Kyle Wait has transformed from a Kansas high school state champion to an NCAA All-American
It's the second year in a row and the third in school history that both men's and women's teams enter the NCAA championship meet with top 25 rankings.
Two dozen K-State track and field athletes finish in the top-five of their respective events.
Senior thrower Janee' Kassanavoid provides leadership to the K-State track and field team through hard work.
Akela Jones is one of the best track and field athletes in the country and she has yet to hit her peak.
In a world of so many uncertainties because of the pandemic, one thing has remained the same: the undying dedication and unprecedented work ethic of K-State senior Tejaswin Shankar.
Wildcats will face one Big 12 team in Lincoln, just one week before the Big 12 Outdoor Track and Field Championships on May 15-17.
Skylar Thompson returned to football and men's basketball is making history in the worst way.
The track and field team started their indoor season with the Carol Robinson Winter Pentathlon on Friday where Tejaswin Shankar shattered the school record for points scored.
Akela Jones leads the way for the track and field women, bringing home K-State's fourth heptathlon National Championship.
In the first of back-to-back meets in the Lone star state to start the outdoor season, Wildcats pick up 16 top-25 finishes
The track and field teams dominated the KU-KSU-WSU Triangular with 17 total victories in Ahearn Field House Saturday