MANHATTAN, Kansas – K-State soccer has postponed its Saturday closed friendly with Kansas City NWSL. K-State and Kansas City NWSL will attempt to reschedule the closed friendly for a later date this spring.
“We were honored that Kansas City NWSL chose K-State to partner with for spring matches in their preparation for the 2021 Challenge Cup,” said K-State head coach Mike Dibbini. “Due to unforeseen circumstances affecting our team, we have decided it is in the best interest of our student-athletes’ health and well-being at this time, is to postpone this Saturday’s contest. We look forward to playing Kansas City NWSL in the future.”
Kansas City NWSL head coach Huw Williams said, “Coach Dibbini and his staff run a first-class program and we wish them the very best now and in the future. We look forward to potentially rescheduling our match.”
K-State’s next non-conference match will be Sunday, March 28, at Missouri. Match time is set for 1 p.m.