Daily Archives: March 12, 2015

K-State Wildcats will count heavily on Tre Harris shooing treys

MARCH 2015 – As the roller-coaster 2014-15 men’s basketball season draws to a close for Kansas State, the future still holds questions. Who will anchor the front line? Where will the scoring come from? There’s even a question about who will be wearing the purple and white uniform for coach Bruce Weber. Those are just a few details to determine.

Upset victories over ranked Kansas and Iowa State to end February put the Wildcats back in the discussion as a “bubble team” for the NCAA tournament.

KC Champions soccer tourney features regional soccer fun

MARCH 2015 – When the Kansas City Champions Cup tournament was conceived in 2007, it was intended to be a place for elite area teams to test their strength in the early spring.

It has grown to become the singular spring showcase for regional soccer talent of all stripes.

Tigers basketball look to 2016 after troubled season

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MARCH 2015 – The signs were ominous at Missouri. After missing the 2014 NCAA tournament and bounced from the NIT in the second round at home by Southern Mississippi, then seeing head coach Frank Haith resign while losing a high-scoring trio of guards to graduation and the NBA, there was still a sense of optimism in the air in Columbia entering this basketball season.

Tigers basketball had a very strong recruiting class and brought back beloved alumnus Kim Anderson to coach.

The sports injury madness of March Madness

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MARCH 2015 – If you love college basketball then you love March Madness.  Is your team a favorite, a Cinderella story, a bubble team or will March end in heartache?  The anticipation and tournament stories excite us.  Who’s going pro vs returning next year?  Which team falls short with a key player sidelined by a sports injury?  Can anybody beat Kentucky this season?

These human stories captivate us and the faces of both players and fans reflect the intense emotions experienced win or lose.  As a movement specialist, I love watching these kids move but there’s another story that concerns me most.