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Tigers clinch MIAA tournament appearance with sweep of Lopers »

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The Fort Hays State Tigers clinched a spot in next week’s MIAA tournament with a doubleheader sweep of Nebraska-Kearney Saturday in Hays. Game 1: FHSU 9, UNK 8 Amanda Vaupel hit a three-run homerun and the Tigers scored two runs in the sixth inning on their way to a 9-8 win over Nebraska-Kearney in game-one. […]

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Herman selected to compete Central/Midwest Regional »

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FHSU Sports Information Fort Hays State senior Trey Herman has been selected to compete at the NCAA Division II Central/Midwest Regional, May 4-6. The tournament will be held at Cog Hill Golf and Country Club in Lemont, Ill., just outside of Chicago, hosted by Lewis University. Herman earned All-MIAA honors and a selection to the […]

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FHSU softball vs. Nebraska-Kearney Moved to Saturday »

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FHSU Sports Information The conference doubleheader between Fort Hays State and Nebraska-Kearney, scheduled for Friday night has been moved to Saturday (Apr. 25) at 2 pm, due to forecasted weather in the Hays area. The doubleheader will still feature both Pack the Stadium and Senior Day events at Tiger Stadium as the Tigers play the […]

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Tien breaks FHSU pole vault record; Tiger men win three events at ESU »

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FHSU Sports Information Fort Hays State men’s track and field competed at the Emporia State Mid-Week Open on Wednesday (Apr. 22) in Emporia, Kan. Brady Tien broke the 34-year old outdoor pole vault record at FHSU with an automatic qualifying mark in a winning effort. The FHSU men won three other events and posted one […]

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FHSU women’s track wins two events at ESU Mid-Week »

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FHSU Sports Information Fort Hays State women’s track and field had several athletes compete in the Emporia State Mid-Week Open, held on Wednesday (Apr. 22) in Emporia, Kan. Carman Hill won the 800-meter run and Mindy Wilson won the 400-meter hurdles, while Danielle Berry improved her provisional mark in the high jump. Hill topped a […]

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Tigers shut out in loss to Washburn »

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FHSU Sports Information Fort Hays State fell to Washburn in a single non-conference contest on Wednesday night (Apr. 22) in Topeka, Kan. The Ichabods posted a 13-0 shutout over the Tigers by run-rule in seven innings. Fort Hays State (15-28) had nine reach base and eight were left on as they could not scratch out […]

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FHSU women 8th at MIAA Golf Championships »

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FHSU Sports Information Fort Hays State women’s golf closed out the 2014-15 season at the MIAA Championships at Alvamar Golf Club in Lawrence, Kan. The Tigers finished eighth as a team and Samantha Hobson led the way for FHSU individually. Hobson tied for 29th individually, shooting a total of 267. She had rounds of 97, […]

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Herman Earns All-MIAA Honors; Tigers 11th at MIAA Championships »

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FHSU Sports Information Fort Hays State’s Trey Herman earned All-MIAA honors for his play throughout the season in MIAA events and the Tigers finished 11th as a team at the MIAA Championships at Alvamar Golf Club in Lawrence, Kan. Herman led the Tigers by tying for sixth in the tournament. Herman earned All-MIAA honors for […]

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K-State trying to answer QB question headed into spring game »

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KANSAS CITY, Kan. (AP) – The race to replace one of the most prolific passers in Kansas State history may boil down to a junior who never started at game at quarterback in high school and a sophomore who was born more than six years after Bill Snyder took over the program. Joe Hubener was […]

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Schneider named new KU women’s basketball coach »

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Kansas Athletics LAWRENCE, Kan. – Brandon Schneider, who has led Stephen F. Austin women’s basketball to the 2014 and 2015 Southland Conference regular-season titles, has been named head women’s basketball coach at the University of Kansas. Schneider will be formally announced at a press conference scheduled for Tuesday, April 21 at 10 a.m., in the […]

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Kansas guard Greene has hip surgery »

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LAWRENCE, Kan. (AP) – Kansas guard Brannen Greene had surgery Thursday to repair a torn labrum in his hip, and the extensive recovery will cause him to miss the World University Games in July. The Jayhawks are serving as Team USA for the tournament in Gwangju, South Korea. Greene’s surgery was performed by Dr. J.W. […]

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Carlton Bragg signs with Kansas basketball »

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Kansas Athletics LAWRENCE, Kan. – Two weeks after bringing his second state championship to Villa Angela-St. Joseph, Carlton Bragg made his college destination official. The 6-9 power forward will become a Kansas Jayhawk. On Jan. 8, Bragg invited fans, family and the media to the VASJ campus to announce his decision. With the beginning of […]

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Tiger softball splits with Rockhurst »

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FHSU Sports Information Fort Hays State Softball split its doubleheader with Rockhurst on Tuesday (April 14) in Kansas City, Mo. It was the Tigers’ fourth doubleheader in five days, and saw FHSU drop the first game, 6-2, before rebounding with a 2-1 win in eight innings in the second game. FHSU (23-22) is idle until […]

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