MANHATTAN, Kan. - Kansas State will make its final television appearance at home when the Wildcats host Texas A&M on Wednesday from Ahearn Field House. The match, to be televised by FSN Midwest, will get its start at 7 p.m. with the first serve. K-State, currently battling with Oklahoma for third in the league, has an 18-7 overall record while being 10-5 in the Big 12. The Aggies sit at 18-7 overall; 7-7 Big 12 and have won five of their last six contests, dropping a 3-1 decision to Oklahoma.
The two enter the midweek match having opposite results on Saturday. K-State narrowly missed an upset of No. 2 Nebraska when the Huskers came back from a 2-0 deficit to win in five, while the Aggies took care of the Cyclones 3-1 in College Station, Texas. In the earlier meeting between KSU and Texas A&M, the Wildcats earned their first victory in College Station since 2003 when K-State won by a 3-1 score (23-30, 30-24, 30-27, 30-23).
Those unable to attend Wednesday’s match can find the action on FSN (Cox cable channel 34 in Manhattan) or live on the radio at 1350KMAN, www.kstatesports.com or www.1350kman.com. A complete recap as well as statistics will be posted at Kansas State’s official athletic website, www.kstatesports.com, following the completion of the event.