Hoskins Lost for the Year

Fear turned into reality Saturday when it was announced that Wildcat senior David Hoskins will not play for the rest of the season, due to a third knee surgery scheduled on Feb. 1 in Chicago. Hoskins first injured the knee in July in a Pro-Am league in Detroit.
January 22, 2008

The David Hoskins File

The "My Life In College Hoops" autobiography by David Hoskins would be a wild read. The Senior has played for three coaches, gained weight to then turn around and lose weight and done everything else in between. Read on good friends as this story has more twists and turns then a rickety rollercoaster and you will learn a couple things you did not know about David Hoskins.
December 12, 2007

Wildcat Hoop Preview

Without making a hoop, without making a defensive stop, Kansas State is a Top 25 basketball team entering the 2007-08 season. Without a dunk, without a blocked shot, the Wildcats are being picked fourth-best in the Big 12 Conference preseason poll behind Kansas, Texas and Texas A&M.
November 9, 2007

Cats Advance in NIT with Win over Vermont

Wildcats use furious comeback to send the Catamounts back to Vermont with a season-ending loss.
March 15, 2007

Cats Unable to edge the Hawks

OKLAHOMA CITY - If one thing is apparent at this point in the season, it's that the Kansas State men's basketball team cannot beat the Kansas Jayhawks.
March 11, 2007

Cats over Sooners on Senior Day

Cartier Martin saved his best for last. The senior for the Kansas State men's basketball team had the best game of his career in a 72-61 victory over Oklahoma on Senior Day in Bramlage Coliseum.
March 5, 2007

Loss to Cowboys puts Cats on the Bubble

STILLWATER, Okla. — Defense has been the main reason the Kansas State men's basketball team has played well enough to be on the cusp of making the NCAA Tournament.
February 28, 2007

Cats Fall Short at "Bramlage Blackout"

Wildcat Fans and students came in droves and packed Bram, helping to fuel the pre-game hype as the Cats took on the Hawks in Manhattan Monday Night. The Cats drop one at home to the Hawks 71-62 and now have to rebound and set their sites on "The Tourney" and earning a NCAA Tournament bid ...with the last three games on the schedule critical for Coach Huggins and his Wildcats.
February 20, 2007