Kansas state wildcat coloring pages

Nov 27 2019

By the turn of the century, Kansas State was competing in the Kansas Intercollegiate Athletic Association, along with the University of Kansas and other state schools. Adopting a more organized approach to athletics, in 1911 an “athletic committee” was created at the school to set policy and schedule contests, among other duties. On the heels of athletic success in the Kansas conference, including a 1912 football championship, Kansas State was invited to join the more prestigious Missouri Valley Intercollegiate Athletic Association (MVIAA) in 1913. In 1916 head football and basketball coach Z. G. Clevenger was elected the school’s first official Athletic Director. Clevenger was assisted in that role by former football star Germany Schulz. In 1928, when the “Big Six” members of the MVIAA split away from the smaller schools of the Missouri Valley, Kansas State was included in its membership.

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