MANHATTAN, Kan. - The 16th-ranked Kansas State Wildcats will return to the court on Sat., Oct. 13th, against the Iowa State Cyclones after enjoying an idle Wednesday. The match from the Hilton Coliseum will have a first serve set for 6:30 p.m. K-State will battle back from its first consecutive losses after falling short of No. 1 Nebraska and No. 7 Texas during the seventh week of action. Despite the losses, the Wildcats improved to 16th place in the polls with a 13-5 overall record; 5-3 Big 12.
The Cyclones have been receiving votes in the last four polls and are currently 33rd in the country with 14 votes. Iowa State has an overall record of 11-7 with a 5-3 tally through the conference slate. ISU also will enter Saturday’s match with two-consecutive losses versus Oklahoma and No. 1 Nebraska. The Cyclones dropped the match to the Huskers on Wednesday with a 3-0 score in sets of 31-33, 19-30, 20-30.
The K-State vs. Iowa State match will be broadcast live online at www.kstatesports.com and www.1350kman.com, while it will also be played on tape delay on 1350 KMAN following Kansas State football coverage. Live stats can be found linked on K-State’s website, and a complete recap will be posted following the conclusion of the match.