MANHATTAN, Kan. (WIBW) - Cartier Diarra hit a three-point shot to give Kansas State a lead with under a minute left, lifting the Wildcats to a 69-67 win over Tulsa. Diarra scored a career high 25 points and hit six threes.
After Diarra's three point shot to take the lead, senior Makol Mawien blocked a potential game-tying shot. That's one of three blocks Mawien had on the night.
Xavier Sneed was second on the team in points scored with 18.
This win ends a two-game losing streak and improves the Wildcats to 7-5 overall. Kansas State won't play again until after the New Year. They open up Big 12 play on the road at Oklahoma.