Kansas State football and soccer suffered hard losses this past week, but look to turn things around in its match-ups this upcoming week.
After a bye week, the Kansas State volleyball team returned to action to face West Virginia on Thursday and Friday, splitting the two matches with the Mountaineers.
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.
K-State picked up its first Big 12 victory of the season over the weekend against the Oklahoma Sooners.
Other than the K-State football team hosting Oklahoma, every other team seeing action this week will be away from Manhattan.
Riding an eight-match win streak going into this past weekend's matchups with Baylor, the Kansas State volleyball team dropped both matches in straight sets to the Bears.
Things are starting to heat up for Kansas State sports as almost all fall sports teams start their seasons this week.
K- State had its second game of the weekend on Saturday, Sept. 18. beating Omaha in four sets to earn the team's eighth-straight win of the season.
Aliyah Carter and Jayden Nembhard had their best outings of the season on Friday, pushing the Wildcats past Weber State in the opener of the Omaha Challenge.
K-State swept the Tigers on Tuesday afternoon 25-23, 25-20 and 25-20 to increase their win streak on the season to six matches.
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.
K-State took down Fresno State on Saturday morning for its second straight five-set victory.
The volleyball team had a close match-up that came down to the fifth set against Loyola on Friday, Sept. 10.
Playing in their first countable match at home this season, K-State got off to a hot start and never looked back against Ohio.
Kansas State football, volleyball and soccer return home after a week of road games, with the Wildcats also hosting a special softball event on Sunday.
The Kansas State volleyball team sits 3-2 on the season after winning two of its three games at the Gaucho Invitational in Santa Barbara, California, this past weekend.
Fall sports are underway in earnest this month. Take a look at the sports calendar for September.
Football starts its season against Stanford, soccer travels to Tennessee and Colorado and volleyball hits the road for the Gaucho Invitational in California.
The Kansas State volleyball team tested No. 5 Nebraska on Saturday, but couldn't finish the job against the Huskers.
On the first day of play at the Husker Invitational, the Wildcats grabbed their first win of the season over Colgate.