Clent Stewart, starting point guard for the Wildcats, and teammate Curtis Allen told police they were attacked by two men while walking through a hotel parking lot just south of the university campus.
''They were just walking home from having dinner, I believe,'' said Lt. Michael Quintanar.
According to the police report, one of the assailants hit the 6-foot-4 Stewart in the back of the neck with his hand, then pulled a handgun and demanded his wallet. It said the other man pointed a gun at Allen, also 6-foot-4, and ordered him to stop, but the player ran into the hotel and called police.
Stewart's wallet, $25 in cash and some bank cards were taken. Police said there was no significant injury to Stewart, who declined medical attention from paramedics.
Both players are 18-year-old freshmen at Kansas State, Stewart from Broken Arrow, Okla., and Allen from Long Beach, Calif.
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