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The Kent State field hockey team lines up in anticipation of a penalty corner.

Cecile van Eijck keeps making saves: Tough field hockey weekend shows defensive strengths

Isabella Schreck, Sports Editor October 16, 2022

In her first starting season as goalkeeper, Cecile van Eijck saved 10 shots against the fourth-ranked field hockey team in the country Sunday. The sophomore even defended against two All-American players. “I’m...

The Kent State women’s golf team poses with their 2021 MAC Championship trophy. No other team has ever won the MAC.

Women’s golf takes 22nd consecutive conference title

Pilar Lewis Sports Reporter April 25, 2021

In 1999, Kent State won the Mid-American Conference’s first women’s golf championship.Saturday, the Flashes won the MAC’s 22nd championship.No other team has ever held the title.The Kent State women’s...

Four Kent wrestlers compete in NCAA tournament, McNally ousted in quarterfinals

Mason Lawlor Sports Reporter March 23, 2021

Kent State wrestling sent four of their own to the Enterprise Center in St. Louis last weekend to compete in the NCAA National Wrestling Championships. Seniors Andrew McNally and Jake Ferri both saw some...

The women’s basketball team’s first Zoom meeting in April. 

A pandemic offseason: How women’s basketball adjusts to a new normal

Associate head coach Fran Recchia spends much of her time these days at her kitchen table, searching for future Flashes.“[I spend] at least two hours a day,” she said, “watching film or highlights...

Kent State wrestler Kyle Conel celebrates after defeating No. 1 seed Kollin Moore of Ohio State for the second time in as many days to secure third place at the NCAA Wrestling Championships at Quicken Loans Arena in Cleveland on March 17, 2018. 

Shoulder surgery to end Conel’s season

Ian Kreider December 10, 2018

Just nine months ago, Kyle Conel shocked the college wrestling world when he finished as Kent State's first unseeded all-American.Now, his future on the mat is uncertain.The senior 197-pounder announced...

Miller loses in semis; DePalma named All-American

Dan Armelli March 18, 2016

There were no controversies this time. No trips to the table or refs conferring. Fifth-year senior 157-pounder Ian Miller, for the first time in a long time, lost fair and square.But that didn’t make...

Midfield Ines Delpech protects the ball against a Virginia Commonwealth University player at Murphy-Mellis Field on Saturday, Aug. 29, 2015. The Flashes won in double over-time 4-3.

Q & A with Ines Delpech

Zac Sommer December 2, 2015

Sophomore Ines Delpech is center mid-fielder on the Kent State field hockey team. The National Field Hockey Coaches Association named Delpech as a 2015 Longstreth/NFHCA First Team Honoree.Delpech is one...

Kent States Ian Miller celebrates as he wins his final match of the MAC Championship Sunday, March 9, 2014. Miller defeated his opponent from Central Michigan and finished first in his weight class winning him a Mid-American Conference title.

Update: Miller finishes fifth at NCAA Championships

Zac Sommer March 21, 2015

 Junior wrestler Ian Miller finished in fifth place for the second consecutive time after earning his second All-American honor at the 2015 NCAA Championships in St. Louis on Saturday.Miller lost his...

Two Flashes named All-Americans after indoor track nationals

Tyler Kieslich March 17, 2014

The Kent State track team sent seven athletes to the NCAA National Championships in Albuquerque, N.M. last weekend and saw two of its performers earn First Team All-American honors with top-five finishes.On...

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