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Men’s golf wins MAC tournament to move on to regionals

Pilar Lewis Sports Reporter May 2, 2021

Even against winds blowing up to 30 miles-per-hour, the Kent State men’s golf team secured its fifth consecutive Mid-American Conference championship this weekend in Fort Wayne, Indiana. “It’s tough...

Field hockey sweeps home series against Ball State

Kathryn Racjnicek Sports Reporter April 10, 2021

Game 1: Kent State 1 Ball State 0Kent State’s women’s field hockey team extended its home winning streak to three with a 1-0 win over Ball State University on Friday.“I think our team did a good...

Volleyball wins close match against Ball State

Jimmy Oswald Sports Reporter March 13, 2021

The Kent State volleyball team went into the fourth set of the game Thursday down 2-1 and in danger of losing the fourth game of its last five. The Flashes proceeded to win a dominating set, 25-14, and...

Despite some dominant showings, gymnastics falls to Ball State

Sean Blevins Sports reporter March 8, 2021

Kent State (4-7, 1-4 Mid-American Conference) lost their final home meet of the 2021 season on Sunday, falling 195.725-194.675 to Ball State University (13-1, 2-1 MAC).  “We expected more from ourselves,”...

NIU scores walk-off win against Kent State gymnastics

Sean Blevins Sports Reporter February 27, 2021

The Kent State gymnastics team (4-6, 1-3 Mid-American Conference) lost a close match on the road, as they fell to Northern Illinois University. The Huskies’ last floor routine gave them the walk-off...

Men’s basketball dominates Miami thanks to trio of senior forwards

Owen MacMillan Sports Editor February 27, 2021

The big men of the Kent State men’s basketball team proved dominant against the University of Miami today, as the Flashes won 64-51.Kent State (15-6, 12-5 Mid-American Conference) controlled the paint...

Men’s basketball grinds out win over EMU for fourth straight win

Mason Lawlor Sports Reporter February 20, 2021

Kent State men’s basketball recovered from a slow start to defeat Eastern Michigan University on Saturday afternoon 64-51 at the M.A.C. Center. The game celebrated the program’s second annual autism...

Kent State junior Danny Pippen [5] shoots the basketball against Akron at James A. Rhodes Arena on Friday, Mar. 6, 2020. Kent State lost 79-76.

Men’s basketball copes with a strange preseaon

Nicholas Pedone Sports reporter October 24, 2020

Just last week, Kent State’s men’s basketball team began practicing in preparation for their upcoming season.Five practices in, coach Rob Senderoff is embracing the “new normal” for the Flashes.“Just...

Kent State represented by four alums in MLB postseason

Nicholas Pedone Sports reporter October 4, 2020

Major League Baseball’s 60-game regular season has concluded and four Kent State baseball alumni have advanced to the postseason.Kent’s baseball program led the Mid-American Conference by a wide margin.The...

Senior Troy Simons (3) celebrates after scoring during the second half against Eastern Michigan on Mar. 9, 2020. Kent State won 86-76 allowing them to move on to the Quarterfinals.

Kent State beats the zone, moves on to quarterfinals.

With his team up six, and 49 seconds to play, Kent State men’s basketball’s Mitch Peterson grabbed a rebound under his own basket.The senior guard was immediately trapped by two defenders from Eastern...

Senior forward Philip Whittington (25) attempts to make a shot during the mens basketball game on Feb. 4, 2020 against Ball State. Kent State lost 62-54. Whittington scored a game-high 18 points on 7-for-10 shooting.

Shots won’t fall, but Kent State does at home

Owen MacMillan Reporter February 5, 2020

Eight minutes and thirteen seconds into a game against Ball State University, the Kent State men’s basketball team was in a dominant position.After a layup made by junior forward Tervell Beck, the Flashes...

Quarterback Dustin Crum (14) hands the ball off to Xavier Williams (18), during the football game on Nov. 14, 2019. The Flashes beat the University of Buffalo 30-27.

Five factors heading into Kent State’s game against Ball State

Ian Kreider Sports reporter November 20, 2019

Kent State is coming off the largest fourth quarter comeback in the FBS this season. They need two more wins to become bowl eligible. The first game is against offensive juggernaut Ball State. Here’s...

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