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 women's soccer team bounces back after losing to Denver on the road this past week, beating Colorado State 4-0. The team has now won three of its last four road games to start the season.
K-State soccer won three straight matches before a 3-1 loss to Denver snapped the win streak.
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Kansas State soccer continues on the road this week, traveling to Denver and Colorado State in hopes of finding success and a few broken school records.
The Kansas State soccer team won its third straight game on Sunday after scoring the only goal in the 90th minute of regulation.
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 soccer team broke a few team records in a 5-0 win against Austin Peay.
The Kansas State soccer team secured its first win of the season with a 1-0 win over Omaha, the lone goal coming off the foot of junior Marisa Weichel.
Kansas State soccer fell 2-0 to Weber State in the opening match of the season.
K-State women's soccer played its home opener on Sunday in an exhibition match against Wyoming. With help from junior Aliyah El-Naggar, the Wildcats forced a 1-1 draw.
The K-State women's soccer team won its first match of the season, taking down South Dakota State on the road 2-1 with both goals coming off the foot of freshman Adah Anderson.
With the start of the school year approaching, college sports are getting back in full swing. The Collegian looks at the K-State women's soccer season with coverage of the team's media day this past Friday.
K-State women’s soccer loses to Oklahoma 1-0 in the final game of the season after Oklahoma scores in the waning minutes of double overtime.
The Kansas State baseball, soccer and tennis teams will all take on the Oklahoma Sooners in a busy weekend for K-State Sports.
After defeating Iowa State 2-0 back in October, the Kansas State soccer team could not recreate the same outcome on Saturday afternoon, falling to the Cyclones 1-0.
Because of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Big 12 Conference pushed all non-conference matches for soccer to the spring, resulting in a spring season unlike any other for the Wildcats.
After suffering a knee injury last season, junior goalkeeper Rachel Harris is ready to rejoin her teammates on the pitch.
In a dramatic final nine minutes of play, the Kansas State soccer team managed to comeback from a 3-1 deficit to force a draw with the Missouri Tigers on Sunday afternoon.
The Kansas State volleyball team will wrap up their season at home this weekend, while every other team competing will be traveling.