• Wingnuts fall to Cleburne 5-3

    The Wichita Wingnuts fall in Game 1 of their series with the Cleburne Railroaders 5-3 on Friday night at Lawrence-Dumont Stadium. The Railroaders were able to score four runs in the top of the first. Wingnuts reliever Garrett Gould tossed four shutout innings to keep Wichita within striking distance, but Cleburne was able to add an unearned run in the seventh to stay in front. The two will battle in Game 2 on Saturday night at 7:05.
  • Kansas Stars announce 2017 roster

    The Kansas Stars will be back for another season at this summer's NBC World Series. Former MLB pitcher and Wichita native Nate Robertson along with fellow former big-leaguer Adam LaRoche were on hand as the team made the announcement at the Kansas Star Casino on Friday afternoon. The team will play at least three games, the first on July 29, the second on July 31 and the third on Aug. 2. The July 31st game will be broadcast live on ESPN2.  Both Robertson and Ft. Scott native L...
  • KU's Mason III goes No. 34 overall to Sacramento

    National Player of the Year Frank Mason III goes No. 34 overall to the Sacramento Kings in the 2017 NBA Draft. He finished his KU career ranked sixth on the all-time scoring list in scoring and assists, eighth in three-point field goals and 13th in steals while leading the Jayhawks to three straight Big 12 regular season titles as their point guard. Today Mason was also nominated as one of five finalists for the "Best Male College Athlete" award at the 2017 ESPYs.  
  • K-State's Iwundu goes No. 33 overall to Orlando

    K-State's Wesley Iwundu goes to the Orlando Magic with the No. 33 overall pick in the NBA Draft, becoming the first Wildcat drafted since 2008. Iwundu is one of six Wildcats in the Big 12 era to earn All-Big 12 first, second or third team honors twice in a career. He's also 14th on K-State's all time scoring list. His senior season, Iwundu averaged 13.0 points on 48.1 percent shooting, including 27.6 percent from 3-point range, with 6.3 rebounds and 3.5 assists.
  • KU's Josh Jackson goes No. 4 to Phoenix in NBA Draft

    The Phoenix Suns selected small forward Josh Jackson of Kansas with the fourth overall pick of the NBA draft Thursday. Jackson brings athleticism, energy and a strong defensive ability to a Suns team already loaded with youthful talent as the franchise continues the long climb to relevance. 

  • Chiefs extend head coach Andy Reid

    Andy Reid has signed a contract extension with the Kansas City Chiefs, the club announced on Thursday. The terms of the deal were not disclosed. Reid is entering his fifth season with the team and has led the team to a 43-21 record and three playoff appearances. “I’d like to thank Clark and the entire Hunt family for the opportunity to continue my coaching career here in Kansas City,” Reid said. “We’ve made quite a bit of progress over the last four sea...

  • KU's Mason nominated for an ESPY

     Kansas guard Frank Mason III has been nominated for an ESPY as the best male college athlete for 2016-17.  

  • KU to move forward with $300M stadium renovation plan

     Kansas athletic director Sheahon Zenger says plans to renovate Memorial Stadium and build and indoor training facility are moving forward and will cost around $300 million.    

  • Tennessee forward commits to Wichita State

     247sports.com reports Rodgerick Brown made a commitment to Wichita State after visiting campus last weekend.  

  • Wise leads heading into weekend at Air Capital Classic

    Aaron Wise's hot play continued on Friday as he carded his second straight 62. The former NCAA individual champion is now 16-under through 36 holes giving him a six stroke lead into the weekend. This ties an Air Capital Classic record for lowest score through two rounds. "I'm playing great," the former Oregon Duck said. "I'm sure there's a lot of people that think they've played well and they're going to be a decent ways behind me, but like I said there's still so...
  • Wise leads Air Capital Classic after Round 1

    Play suspended for Round 1 at the Air Capital Classic as they plan on restarting tomorrow morning at 7:30. Still most golfers were able to get their full 18 holes in. Aaron Wise is on top of the leaderboard after shooting an 8-under-par-62, his lowest round on the Tour this season. The-20-year-old South African missed cuts in his last two Web.com Tour starts. “I’m playing aggressively off the tee and I think that’s giving me an advantage coming into the greens. So,...

  • Maurice dismissed from KSU basketball team

     Kansas State head coach Bruce Weber announced today that sophomore forward Isaiah Maurice has been dismissed from the Wildcat men’s basketball program for a violation of team rules.

  • FC Wichita takes down FC Minneapolis in Friendly

    FC Wichita scored in the seventh minute and never looked back as they took down FC Minneapolis in their mid-week Friendly at the Stryker Complex on Wednesday night. They will be back in action in an NPSL Heartland Conference match at Little Rock on Saturday at 7 p.m.

  • Kansas' Thompson hopes "home crowd" helps him at Air Capital Classic

    156 golfers make up the field of this week’s Air Capital Classic. More than 15 countries will be represented and 35 states, but there is only one golfer who lists the Sunflower State as his home. Independence, Kan. native Chris Thompson has played in this tournament several times.

  • Several Kansas players taken in Rounds 11-40 of the MLB Draft

    Wednesday was the final day of the MLB Draft and several players with Kansas ties went off the board. The list goes as follows: Notable KS Players Drafted Rds 11-40 Round Pick Name Position School Team 12 356 Matt McLaughlin SS Kansas Rockies 12 375 Ben Hecht RHP Wichita St Cubs 15 437 Nathaniel Scantlin CF Rose Hill HS Reds 16 493 Jake Scudder 1B K-State Nationals...
  • NCAA extends coaches' boxes as part of rules change package

    The NCAA's playing rules oversight panel will give college basketball coaches more room to roam next season after approving an extension of the coaches' boxes from 28 to 38 feet. 

  • KSHSAA football and all activities classification proposals pass

    The KSHSAA member schools have voted in favor to reclassify member schools in all activities and football.

  • WSU's Veith earns All-American honors

    Wichita State junior Hunter Veith was able to claim sixth place in the Decathlon at the NCAA Division I Men's and Women's Outdoor Track and Field Championships in Eugene Oregon. His 7,866 points are a school record. This also earns him first-team All-American honors. The Cheney native had a personal best 7,610 points at the Sam Adams Multis in Santa Barbara, Calif. earlier this year.   
  • Snyder wishes Stoops well in retirement

    Oklahoma's Bob Stoops announcing his retirement on Wednesday came to the shock of many. At just 56 years old, 21 years younger than K-State's Bill Snyder, Stoops is walking away from the game. Today, Snyder, one of Stoops' mentors, released a statement congratulating one of his proteges.  "This has special meaning for us at Kansas State. Bobby’s time here was instrumental to building the foundation of our football program, from which our growth and continued success ...
  • Wichita State basketball will play heavyweights in first AAC season

    Cincinnati, UConn and SMU.  Those are just three basketball teams you can see play in Koch Arena next season.

  • Former KSU star Willis signs with Bengals

    Defensive end Jordan Willis signed a four-year deal on Thursday, leaving all of the Cincinnati Bengals' draft picks under contract. 

  • KU Athletics budget to increase to $93.3 million next year

     University of Kansas Athletics expects its budget to increase about 3.5 percent to $93.3 million for fiscal year 2018.   

  • Wins for Kansas: Muscular Dystrophy Association

    The $500 grant will go toward MDA's popular summer camp.