|10/09/17 Youth-Filled K-State WBB Further Ahead Because of Offseason Opportunities|
Corbin McGuire's Sports Extra looks the adjustments on the part of the entire team and staff with seven newcomers.
|10/08/17 Ashton Verhulst unofficially commits to K-State WBB|
Ashton hasn't signed the letter, but she's tweeted, so that's semi-official, right? She's in school at Bishop Miege in Shawnee Mission, and her mother, Robin, played for Duke a quarter century ago. Ashton is currently 6' 2", and will be a Cat in 2020.
|10/04/17 Media Day 2017 Video|
Click right here! Oh... wait a minute... Here's 25 minutes' worth!
|10/03/17 Broadcast Schedule for 2017-18 Finalized|
K-Staters can look forward to all home Women's Basketball games being televised, with seven on ESPN3, which is available by various means. K-StateHD.TV will carry some games exclusively, and all home games on-demand. For all the good news, look here!
|9/18/17 Tour the K-State Women's BB Facilities, 360°|
Women's Basketball has just released this video tour of our facilities, K-State highlights and Manhattan!
|9/07/17 Mittie Adds Tsybaeva to Roster for 2017-18|
So... Coach Mittie completed his set of 2017-18 newcomers with Anastasia Tsybaeva, a 6' 7" junior center. (announcement) Here's a paragraph swiped from kstatesports.com.
Tsybaeva joins an incoming quintet of freshmen for the 2017-18 season including: guards Cymone Goodrich, 5' 10" (Chicago, Illinois), Rachel Ranke, 6' 1" (Burnsville, Minnesota), Alisa Wiggins, 5' 8" (Montclair, New Jersey) and posts Mary Lakes, 6' 4" (Peoria, Illinois) and Ashley Ray, 6' 5" (Girard, Kansas) and fellow junior college transfer Kali Jones, 6' 2" (Murrieta, California).
|8/17/17 Women's BB Returns from Europe More Experienced, Ready to Play Together|
Corbin McGuire has another must-read Sports Extra covering the Cats' 12-day European tour to Italy, the Vatican, Switzerland, Austria and Slovakia. The team went 2-2, and got valuable experience in learning to play together. Individually, Kaylee Page and freshman Rachel Ranke led with 11.3 points each. Peyton Williams averaged 11.0 points and 8.8 rebounds a game. She's off to Volleyball through November.
|8/05/17 Cats Defeat All-Star Italy|
Our Cats are undefeated in Europe after a 79-47 win over All-Star Italy today. Peyton Williams got a double-double, and led with 16 points. Shaelyn Martin almost got a triple-double. Here's the full story from K-State WBB. Video: sightseeing, days 1 & 2 sightseeing and practice, day 3
|8/02/17 K-State WBB Ready to Build Connection During Europe Tour|
Corbin McGuire's Sports Extra has details and players' thoughts on the European tour that started today. Managers were loading a bus at 5 a.m., and I assume they're underway. It should be a great experience!
|7/31/17 K-State women's basketball team set to embark on European tour|
The Topeka Capital-Journal has a great preview of the Cats' 12-day European tour, which begins on August 2.
|7/26/17 Mittie Adds Wiggins to Roster for 2017-18|
Coach Mittie has announced signing Alisa Wiggins, a 5'8" guard from New Jersey. Wiggins joins freshmen guards Cymone Goodrich (Chicago, Illinois) and Rachel Ranke (Burnsville, Minnesota), along with posts Mary Lakes (Peoria, Illinois) and Ashley Ray (Girard, Kansas). The Wildcats also added junior forward Kali Jones (Murrieta, California). (1350 KMAN)
|7/26/17 Chris Carr Feels Blessed to Become K-State WBB Assistant Coach|
Corbin McGuire has filed another excellent Sports Extra on Chris Carr's promotion to assistant coach.
|7/12/17 K-State is headed to Europe|
From August 2 - 13, the Cats will visit and play in Italy, Switzerland and Austria. A tour like this is allowed by the NCAA once every four years, and it allows extra practice. (K-State release)
|7/02/17 Missy Decker-Heidrick, Jay Heidrick talk about life during and after K-State|
The Manhattan Mercury has a very good feature story on Missy and Jay, who both played for K-State in the 1990s. Missy, who now does WBB broadcasts with Brian Smoller, had the unique experience of playing for Susan Yow, Brian Agler, Jack Hartman and Deb Patterson! Jay, an attorney, played for Tom Asbury. This is very enjoyable to read, as it really takes you back to some great times. I started going to WBB in 1996, when Jack Hartman coached part of 1995-96, and remember Missy playing. Of course, I saw every home game Jay played in, too.
|6/27/17 Stone's Travel-Filled Basketball Career Laid Groundwork to Become K-State WBB Assistant Coach|
In Corbin McGuire's in-depth Sports Extra, we learn about new assistant coach Jayci Stone's journey to Manhattan .
|2/17/17 Savannah Simmons tweets commitment to K-State WBB|
Savannah @savvysimmss tweeted today, "I can't wait to be a Wildcat." She has only a verbal commitment, so fans should not make direct contact. Savannah is finishing her junior season at The John Carroll School in BelAir, Maryland.