No. Name Position Height Class Hometown (School)
0 Jessica Sheble F 6-3 Freshman Olathe (Olathe North)
1 Haley Texada G 5-7 Junior Frisco, TX (Wakeland)
2 Erica Young F 6-3 Freshman Tampa, FL (Tampa Bay Tech)
4 Katya Leick F 6-1 Senior Grey Cloud Township, MN (Park) (NU)
10 Leticia Romero G 5-8 Freshman Las Palmas, Spain (I.E.S. Joaquin Artiles)
11 Chantay Caron G/F 5-11 Senior Lawrence (Free State)
12 Kelly Thomson G 5-10 RS Freshman Riley (Riley County)
15 Heidi Brown G 5-11 Junior Plains (Southwestern Heights)
20 Bri Craig G 5-10 Sophomore Lincoln, NE (Lincoln Northeast)
21 Ashlynn Knoll F 5-11 Senior Canyon, TX (Seward County CC)
22 Breanna Lewis F 6-5 Freshman Milwaukee, WI (Riverside)
23 Ashia Woods G 5-11 Junior Wichita (Wichita Collegiate)
24 Kindred Wesemann G 5-8 Freshman Pleasant Hill, MO
25 Stacey Malone F 6-1 RS Freshman Tyler, TX (Robert E. Lee)

Champions are made when no one is watching.

4/28/14  Kamie Ethridge to Northern Colorado
Best wishes to Kamie, who was named today as head coach for Northern Colorado. She's a Hall of Fame player, and more than qualified for this opportunity. Here's the announcement in the Denver Post.
4/28/14  Coach Mittie leading workouts
Here are inside looks (videos) of Coach Mittie's early practices with his new team. 4-21-14 and 4-03-14.
4/22/14  Raging battle continues over Romero
Here's commentary by Tim Fitzgerald of There's apparently more to the story than meets the eye.
4/14/14  Jeff Mittie: No Place Like Home
Coach Mittie's been away a long time, but he and Shanna are returning to their home area, as Kelly McHugh reports in her latest Sports Extra.
4/09/14  Coach Mittie interview
Brian Smoller vists with Coach about his transfer within the Big 12, and his vision for the program. Don't miss it. (YouTube)
3/25/14  Coach Mittle sees bond among players
Here's a feature by Corbin McGuire of the Topeka Capital-Journal.
3/19/14  Mittie finds perfect fit with K-State women's basketball program
Ken Corbitt in the Capital-Journal has a nice introduction to Coach Mittie. (video included)
3/19/14  Video of Coach Mittie's first hours in MHK
This is K-STATEHD.TV video, free content via Facebook. Coach met the team, and athletics department personnel.
3/18/14  Meet Coach Jeff Mittie
John Currie found us a good one: Jeff Mittie, who's been at TCU for 15 seasons. He's been a head coach for 22 years, and holds a .660 winning record. Read more from Sports Information.
3/03/14  Leti Romero earns 4th Big 12 Freshman of the Week honor
Here's the release from Sports Information. Brian Smoller believes Leti has secured the Big 12's Freshman of the Year honor.
2/26/14  Bonnie's upset
"I couldn't be more disappointed, more upset or more frustrated," KU coach Bonnie Henrickson said of K-State's 76-68 victory over the Squawks. "We have always embraced our matchup and our rivalry with them since before the league changed, but we don't show up with any pop and let them smack us around. I still can't believe that's how we started the game." Read the post-mortem in the Lawrence Journal-World.
2/14/14  Keith Olbermann on bacon
Here's a YouTube video of Olbermann making fun of K-State's wildly successful bacon promotion on November 8.
2/04/14  Lehning's story connects with recruits
Joshua Kinder in the Manhattan Mercury has a must-read profile on Shalee Lehning. It focuses on her recruiting of Kindred Wesemann and Leti Romero, and the success that has come from her telling her story as a former player. We couldn't have a finer representative of Kansas State Women's Basketball. I remember from her days as a player what an exceptional communicator and motivator Shalee was, and knew even then that she would be a great asset on our coaching staff.
2/03/14  Kindred Wesemann: Emotional Leader
Here's a nice video profile on Kindred on Facebook.
2/03/14  Leti Romero: Big 12 Freshman of the Week
Congratulations to Leti Romero on her third selection as Freshman of the Week this season! She averaged 17 points, 7 rebounds, 6.5 assists and 2 steals. Read more from Sports Information.
1/29/14  Kansas State defeats Oklahoma, 86-78 (first win in 14 meetings)
Halfway through the second half, I turned to the person next to me and said, "We're playing them even. We need to win this." Oklahoma kept making runs at the Cats, but they kept their composure. Several successful trips to the free throw line were a part of the victory. Leti Romero made 9 of 12 free throws, Brianna Craig made 2 of 2, Ashia Woods made 2 of 2, Katya Leick made 3 of 4 and Kindred Weseman made 3 of 3.

The Cats' field goal percentage was 44.8%, to 49.1% for the Okies, but we hit 50.0% on threes (11 of 22), while OU hit 21.1% (4 of 19). Rebounding was almost equal. Turnovers were almost equal. Assists were almost equal. To me, the difference for the win was 11 threes for the Cats, vs. four for OU.

Coach P was extremely pleased with the Cats:

"Just really proud of our basketball team tonight. It was K-State fight, K-State intensity, and K-State teamwork. I felt like everyone was dialed in, and that was as good as a game I could ask this team to compete. I could not be any happier, just not about the victory but how we competed for 40 minutes. What we were talking about after the Kansas game was to improve and I think you can see how much improvement we have made in the past couple of days just with understanding the competitive intensity that we are capable of playing with. It was just a really wonderful effort and I am proud of everyone and how they competed today."

Here's the official recap.

12/19/13  Profile: Leti Romero learns Division I basketball
Have a look at this two-minute video on Facebook. What an asset she has been this season!
12/19/13  2013 Kansas State WBB Campus Tour
Katya Leick hosts this six-minute tour of K-State on YouTube. She did a fine job.
12/03/13  Profile: Romero a key factor in her first U.S. season
The Collegian has a nice profile on Leti.
11/27/13  Thanksgiving on the Road for K-State Women's basketball
Kelly McHugh has another fine Sports Extra.
11/19/13  Freshman Leti Romero doing it all for K-State
The Manhattan Mercury has an excellent feature on the recruitment of Leti Romero, who is going to make tremendous contributions here.
11/14/13  K-State Signs 3 to NLIs on Thursday
Here's the good news from Sports Information.
11/12/13  Powercat Profile: Patterson thrives in the Little Apple
The Collegian has a nice feature on Coach P's 18 seasons at Kansas State.
11/06/13  Sports Extra: Women's Basketball Looks Forward to New Season
Get better acquainted with our new WBB team with this Sports Extra.
11/05/13  Powercat Profile: Kelly Thomson
Kelly, a Riley County native, chose K-State over many others. Her excellent shooting will help us. The Collegian has more.
10/27/13  Leick excited to finally wear K-State uniform
From the Manhattan Mercury, here's another feature on Katya Leick, who's had to sit out two seasons after leaving NU to play here.
10/25/13  Madness in Manhattan: WBB Video Highlights
Click right here!
10/21/13  Sports Extra: Worth the Wait for Katya Leick
Kelly McHugh has a Sports Extra everyone should read, about Katya Leick's two-year wait to play as a Cat.
10/20/13  Once-undersized Wildcats add a trio of big posts
Erica Young (6' 3"), Breanna Lewis (6' 5") and Jessica Sheble (6' 3") will change the game plan for 2013-14, says the Manhattan Mercury. (Read more.
9/01/13  Ohlde comes home!
Sports Information has a nice story on Nicole Ohlde's return to Manhattan, after her tour in the WNBA.
8/23/13  A Life-Changing Experience for K-State Women's Basketball
Kelly McHugh has written a fine Sports Extra... an interview with Coach Patterson about the Cats' trip to Italy. Don't miss it!
6/14/13  Koehn Still Shooting... Literally from Afar
Mark Janssen, as always, has a fine update on Laurie Koehn's professional career, in a K-State Sports Extra. Laurie recently set her personal record of 127 consecutive three-pointers. The YouTube video of her 132 threes in five minutes is linked below. It's at over 400,000 views now.
5/08/13  Watch Laurie Koehn hit 132 three-pointers in five minutes
The scene was K-State's Basketball Training Facility on May 8. Watch the YouTube video of her amazing performance, with play-by-play by Danielle Zanotti. Laurie only missed on shots #40, #123 and #128 enroute to 132 made in 135 attempts, over exactly five minutes. I think we should also compliment the rebounder, who gave her perfect, efficient passes. Laurie set the NCAA record for career three-pointers (392) on March 21, 2005, in her last game as a college player. Here's my video of that milestone.
4/15/13  All-American Brittany Chambers drafted #22 to the WNBA's Los Angeles Sparks
Read the release from Sports Information.
4/12/13  Megan Mahoney: Still gettin' it done
Here's an excellent update from June 2012 on Wildcat great Megan Mahoney, who's still playing, and has spent much of her time in Europe. No matter where she is, she'll never be forgotten in Manhattan.

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