The JumpOffPlus.com International Report staff will visit Manhattan during the 2013-14 season to visit Kansas State @KStateWBB. From 2002-13, the Wildcats have made 11 postseason appearances including eight NCAA Tournament appearances.
Tentative Visit Date:
Saturday January 18, 2014
New Training Facility:
Key 2013-14 Returners:
Soph. Guard Bri Craig (Lincoln, Neb.) – 8.3 points per and 3.4 rebounds per game in 36 games
Key 2013-14 Newcomers:
Leticia Romero – I.E.S. Joaquin Artiles (Las Palmas, Spain)
Jessica Sheble – Olathe North HS (Olathe, Kan.)
Erica Young – Tampa Bay Tech HS (Tampa, Fla.)
Kindred Wesemann – Pleasant Hill HS (Pleasant Hill, Mo.)
Part of the Twitter Feed from Kansas State 2013-14 Preview:
Kansas State Season Preview Podcast:
The Wildcats are about to embark on the 2013-14 season where they could play as many as 10 teams who received an NCAA Tournament bid during the 2012-13 season. Though Deb Patterson’s team lost All Big XII guard Brittany Chambers to graduation, Kansas State welcomes one proof reading services of the league’s top freshman classes headlined by Leticia Romero. In front of ProspectsNation.com Director of Scouting, Keil Moore, Romero just helped lead Spain to the 18 and under European Championships Romero Leads Spain to Gold.
The schedule is headlined by a guaranteed home and home during conference play with Final Four participant Baylor. The Wildcats will welcome Iowa State in January with a possible matchup with Tennessee waiting on them in the Bahamas over Thanksgiving. All three teams finished last season ranked in the top 25.
In preparation for the 2013-14 season, the Wildcats took a foreign trip in August to Italy for 10 days. They played three help with sat essay games while they were across the water winning all three. Here is a look at how KState prepared for the trip:
Kansas State Prepares For Italy:
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