Missouri-Kansas City has hired former Wichita State captain and Kansas State assistant Jacie Hoyt to turn around its struggling women's basketball program.
2017 ScheduleAll times ET
- 11/11W 83-33
- 11/14W 82-62
- 11/20W 68-43
- 11/24W 67-50
- 11/25W 69-54
- 11/26W 61-40
- 12/123W 71-66
- 12/4W 70-57
- 12/7W 62-49
- 12/111L 75-58
- 12/18W 60-42
- 12/22L 67-59
- 12/293L 87-57
- 1/112W 86-71
- 1/420L 85-80
- 1/7W 68-54
- 1/11W 73-60
- 1/14W 63-43
- 1/18W 74-63
- 1/21L 75-69
- 1/252L 91-49
- 1/28W 74-69
- 2/1W 65-53
- 2/412L 63-58
- 2/11W 80-68
- 2/15L 66-59
- 2/18W 68-65
- 2/2116W 79-71
- 2/25W 61-54
- 2/2712L 69-61
- 3/4W 74-67
- 3/52L 88-71
- 3/1810W 67-54
- 3/202L 69-48
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The three largest universities in Kansas -- the University of Kansas, Kansas State University and Wichita State University -- will ban guns at large sporting events beginning in July.
Sam Strong ESPN Staff Writer
Now men's 3-point champ Peter Jok (Iowa) and women's champ Kindred Wesemann (Kansas State) will go head-to-head.
The Cardinal went "Code Red" on Monday against Kansas State to reach their 24th Sweet 16. They knew how much they wanted it and did it by any means necessary.
Brittany McPhee had 21 points, Alanna Smith added 19 and second-seeded Stanford routed No. 7 seed Kansas State 69-48 on Monday night to advance to the Cardinal's 10th straight Sweet 16.
The Pac-12 gymnastics championship forced Stanford to hit the road for the NCAA tournament, and after fending off upset-minded New Mexico State, the Cardinal meet K-State on its home floor.
Breanna Lewis had 23 points and 11 rebounds, Kindred Wesemann added 16 points and seventh-seeded Kansas State beat No. 10 seed Drake 67-54 on Saturday in the opening round of the NCAA Tournament.
Will anyone dethrone UConn? How far will Kelsey Plum carry Washington? And what's the upset we'll most likely see this weekend?
Toughest region? That's likely Oklahoma City. But Bridgeport is the corner of the bracket with the most talent. And yes, everyone's picking UConn to win. But it's not all chalk in Dallas.
Charlie Creme breaks down the winners (think Baylor and Kansas State) and losers (sorry, South Carolina) after the selection committee revealed the women's NCAA tournament bracket.
Nina Davis scored 24 to help No. 2 Baylor defeat No. 24 Kansas State 88-71 on Sunday in the Big 12 women's semifinals.
Kayla Goth scored a career-high 25, Eternati Willock had a double-double and No. 24 Kansas State made all 12 of its free throws in the last 1:11 to defeat Iowa State 74-67 in the Big 12 tournamen
Joyner Holmes scored 17 points, Lashann Higgs added 16 and No. 12 Texas beat No. 24 Kansas State 69-61 on Monday night to secure No. 2 seed in the Big 12 Conference Tournament.
UConn remains the No. 1 team in The Associated Press women's basketball poll, while the rest of the top five were shuffled Monday.
Karyla Middlebrook scored 19 points, Breanna Lewis added 18 and Kansas State held off No. 16 Oklahoma's late rally for a 79-71 victory on Tuesday night.
Kindred Wesemann scored 12 of her 19 points in the fourth quarter to rally No. 24 Kansas State to a 68-65 win over TCU on Saturday.
Chania Ray and Lanay Montgomery had double-doubles and West Virginia held on to defeat No. 24 Kansas State 66-59 on Wednesday night despite blowing most of a 19-point lead.
Kindred Wesemann scored 17 points and Lanie Page 16 and No. 25 Kansas State pulled away for an 80-68 win over Iowa State on Saturday.
Joyner Holmes scored 21 points with nine rebounds and Brooke McCarty had 11 points and six rebounds and No. 12 Texas defeated Kansas State 63-58 on Saturday night for its 16th-straight win.
Dana O'Neil ESPN Senior Writer
DJ Johnson makes up for free throw hiccups with two terrific defensive plays. Big win for Kansas State.
Geno Auriemma's UConn Huskies remain the unanimous No.1 in the AP poll after beating East Carolina and Houston by a combined 96 points last week.