Posts Tagged ‘basketball’

Star: KU routs No. 5 Baylor; K-State tops Texas

Friday, March 6th, 2009

Women’s basketball:

LAWRENCE, Kan. | Baylor, playing without leading scorer and rebounder Danielle Wilson, made just 26 percent of its shots from the field and was upset by Kansas 69-45 Wednesday at Allen Fieldhouse.

Wilson, who may have suffered a torn ACL against Texas on Saturday, did not make the trip to Kansas.

Meanwhile, the other Danielle — that would be McCray of Kansas — fired off 35 points in the Jayhawks’ biggest victory of the season. McCray made seven three-point shots in her career-high game.

‘Cats Host Buffaloes on Senior Day

Friday, March 6th, 2009

Game Information
Kansas State (20-10, 8-7 Big 12) vs.
Colorado (9-20, 1-14 Big 12)

Date: Saturday, March 4, 2009
Tipoff: 12:47 p.m. CT
Location: Manhattan, Kan.
Arena: Bramlage Coliseum (1988)
Capacity: 12,528

Series: K-State leads 94-43
(K-State is 52-10 at home)

Television: Big 12 Network/ESPN Full Court/
Dave Armstrong (play-by-play)
Bryndon Manzer (analyst)
Doc Carothers (producer)
Channels: KMCI (Kansas City), KSNT (Topeka), KMTW (Wichita)

Radio: K-State Sports Network (29-station); Yahoo! Internet Radio; Sirius Satellite 147
Wyatt Thompson (play-by-play)
Stan Weber (analyst)

Tickets: 500 tickets from student allotment went on sale Monday for $20 each at Athletics Ticket Office, by calling 1.800.221.CATS. Big 12 men’s basketball seeding scenarios

Friday, March 6th, 2009

Dallas News:

This is from the Big 12 home office. Here’s what we know are confirmed seeds for the Big 12 men’s basketball tournament:

Kansas is No. 1, Nebraska No. 8, Baylor No. 9 and Colorado No. 12.

The winner of Iowa State and Texas Tech is the No. 10 seed and the loser is the No. 11 seed.

Here are the scenarios:

• If Missouri and Oklahoma win (or both lose): Missouri No. 2, Oklahoma No. 3

• If Missouri wins and Oklahoma loses: Missouri No. 2, Oklahoma No. 3

• If Missouri loses and Oklahoma wins: Oklahoma No. 2, Missouri No.3

• If Texas and Oklahoma State win: Texas No. 4, Oklahoma State No. 5