Headlines 2018
April 21, 2018  Cats lose to the Minnesota Gophers in Exhibition
Kansas State met Minnesota on neutral ground today, at Simpson College in Indianola, Iowa, for their final exhibition match of the spring. The Cats took the first set, 25-18. Minnesota took the next three, 25-23, 25-13, 25-20. Minnesota is good. They were in the sweet sixteen of the 2017 NCAA tournament, and ended the season ranked #10 in the AVCA poll, with a 28-6 record.
April 12, 2018  K-State to Co-Host Spring Tournament at UMKC
K-State will be divided into two teams, and will play a total of seven matches over a five-hour period. (details)
February 28, 2018  Eight Invited to U.S. National Team Open Tryout
Numerous Cats are going to Colorado Springs for the U.S. Women's National Team tryout this weekend. Here's the report from Athletics.
February 14, 2018  Volleyball Announces Spring Competition Schedule
Volleyball has announced spring competition, as follows:
March 15  Wichita State  McPherson College  (McPherson, Kan.)
April 7  Arkansas  University of Arkansas  (Fayetteville, Ark.)
April 14  UMKC Tournament  UMKC  (Kansas City, Mo.)
April 21  Minnesota  Simpson College  (Indianola, Iowa)
January 26, 2018  Two-sport standout Peyton Williams Is a Quick Study
Mechelle Voepel of ESPNW has a nice feature on Peyton Williams, who's definitely been getting it done in Volleyball and Women's Basketball in 2017-18. We are very fortunate to have her, and she is a model student-athlete! (story)
January 24, 2018  Congrats to Dawn Cady Sullivan, UNLV Head Coach
Dawn Cady, as we knew her, is a K-State Volleyball legend. She was our program's first AVCA All-American, was First Team All-Big 12, was Academic All-Big 12 and is in the Kansas State Athletics Hall of Fame.

Dawn has been coaching at Iowa State since 2005, and leaves there as associate head coach. (UNLV release)

January 16, 2018  Blooper Reel!
Ellie and Zoomie host 02:20 of outtakes from various promo videos from the 2017 season. They tried their very best, and didn't know their antics would be downloaded forever by fans worldwide. Go Cats!