The Kansas State basketball team wrapped up their trip through Brazil last week with mixed results.
The Wildcats ended with a 2-2 record after four games. The team recorded wins over Mogi Das Cruzes (79-72) and Pindamonhangaba Club (59-46), however, they fell to Sao Jose dos Campos (81-67) and Tijuca Club (74-72).
Kansas State was originally slated for a five-game road trip through Rio de Janeiro and Sao Paulo however the fifth game scheduled for Wednesday was canceled.
"It's part of being on an international trip. There are a lot of things out of your control," Kansas State basketball coach Bruce Weber said in an interview with K-State Sports.
The team showed temperate offensive numbers, averaging 69.3 points on 41 percent shooting. Sophomore Angel Rodriguez stood out on the trip, averaging 10.3 points per game while also leading the team in both assists and steals.
The Wildcats arrived back in Manhattan Friday and will begin classes Monday.
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