MANHATTAN, Kan. — It wasn't in style, but Kansas State finished it's exhibition schedule with a win.
After a sluggish first 30 minutes, the Wildcats made enough plays down the stretch to finish off the Washburn Ichabods 66-56.
Makol Mawien led three Wildcats in double figures. The senior forward had 16 points and a game-high nine rebounds.
Fellow senior Xavier Sneed also posted a double-double with 10 points and nine rebounds.
Washburn was led by Keven Biggs' 17 points. Guard Tyler Geiman pitched in 12. Geiman is a KC native and a graduate of Blue Valley High School.
Kansas State gets started for real next Tuesday when it hosts North Dakota State in the season opener in Manhattan.