K-State women's basketball is returning almost all of its production, while adding talent in the high school signing class.
Midway through the season, K-State looked like it would avoid that second-round death knell. In fact, when the NCAA Tournament Committee released their initial top 16 teams, K-State was on the list.
The Kansas State women's basketball season comes to an end with a loss to NC State.
A third-quarter 10-0 run pushed K-State over Washington State after a tough start.
K-State women's basketball has an early exit from the Big 12 Tournament.
Wecker now has basketball in her rear-view mirror, working in oil and gas in Oklahoma, but how did she get there?
K-State takes one last game to turn things around before the Big 12 Tournament begins.
The women's basketball team had chances at the end of regulation and the first overtime, but the Wildcats couldn't get shots to fall.
In the battle of a pair of Kansas-natives, OU's Taylor Robertson (McPherson) managed to drill a buzzer-beating three to beat K-State.
Can Ayoka Lee replicate her record-breaking 61-point performance in K-State's rematch against Oklahoma?
"It's a joke for our game," head coach Jeff Mittie said about the officiating.
Women's basketball stays in the mix for a first-round bye in the Big 12 tournament with a win over Oklahoma State.
Oklahoma State has the worst offense in the conference but boasts a defense that holds opponents to under 60 points per game.
K-State was out-rebounded 48-31 and turned the ball over nine times to just nine assists. The team allowed 46 percent shooting in the fourth quarter to seal it.
Freshman Brylee Glenn and head coach Jeff Mittie talk on Glenn's third Big 12 Freshman of the Week.
Shorthanded K-State will need a big game from Ayoka Lee to stay in the race for a first-round bye in the Big 12 tournament.
Freshman point guard Serena Sundell left just three minutes into the game with an injury.
Junior Ayoka Lee gave another impressive performance as the Wildcats move to 7-4 in conference play.
Women's basketball looks for revenge after an outlying loss against Texas Tech earlier in the season.
K-State star center Ayoka Lee was held to just 12 points in the loss.