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Volleyball swept across all sets in rough weekend away

Isabella Schreck Reporter October 31, 2021

The Kent State volleyball team headed into the weekend coming off of four straight five-set games.The Flashes would be swept in back-to-back games, not winning a single set. “It was a tough weekend,”...

Grad student Dustin Crum, number 7, runs with the ball and scores a touchdown during the football game against Bowling Green State University on Oct. 2, 2021. The Golden Flashes won their homecoming game 27-20.

Football looks to stay undefeated in MAC play

Jimmy Oswald Sports Editor October 15, 2021

Two of the top quarterbacks in the Mid-American Conference will go head-to-head Saturday when the Kent State football team faces Western Michigan University. Graduate student quarterback Dustin Crum is...

Volleyball ends season in sweep by WMU, Flashes will miss playoffs

Jimmy Oswald Sports Reporter March 28, 2021

The Kent State volleyball team began their season with a historic six game win streak.Halfway through the season the Flashes sat at 8-1 and looked poised to make a run at the Mid-American Conference Tournament. But...

Dan Armelli

Browns’ silver linings in a stormy start

Dan Armelli September 25, 2016

LeBron James broke the Cleveland curse, but it appears the King’s power does not extend to the coast of Lake Erie.The 0-3 Cleveland Browns, not the target of high expectations before the season, are...

Senior integrated science major Michael Millard gets ready to pitch during a Super Bowl party on Summit Street on Sunday Feb. 7, 2016.

Broncos dominate Panthers in 24-10 Super Bowl win

Barry Wilner, Associated Press February 7, 2016

If this was the final game of his magnificent career, what a Super way to go out for Peyton Manning.He can thank Von Miller and the Broncos' swarming, big-play defense for his second NFL championship.Adding...

Hockey loses home opener

Chris Yamnitsky October 11, 2015

The Kent State Hockey Club suffered a heartbreaking 4-3 shootout loss to the Western Michigan Broncos in their home opener.  “I feel that we were great in spurts," said head coach Jim Underwood. "I...

Senior forward Miles Radosevic takes a shot at the goal during a game at the Kent State Ice Arena on Oct. 9, 2015. The Flashes lost the game in a shootout 7-4.

Hockey defeats Western Michigan

Chris Yamnitsky October 11, 2015

The Kent State Hockey Club dominated the second game of the weekend against the Western Michigan Broncos to split the weekend with a 7-4 win Oct. 10.“I felt our guys responded well to the loss last night,"...

Sophomore Milena Fabry competes on the balance beam at the first home meet of the season against Western Michigan on Friday, Jan. 23, 2015 in the M.A.C. Center. The Flashes pulled a 194.900-193.325 win over the Broncos.

Gymnastics topples Western Michigan, secures first win

Jimmy Miller January 24, 2015

Maybe the win wasn’t by the widest margin in the world. Maybe the team didn’t blow the Western Michigan Broncos out of the water Friday night in the M.A.C. Center. Maybe the Flashes’ season hasn’t...

Flashes win with late run, earn first road victory at Western Michigan

Taylor Rosen February 16, 2014

Kent State trailed Western Michigan for virtually the entire game, but they kept it close and went on a late run to earn their first road victory of the season, 57-48.The Flashes found themselves behind...

Senior guard Ashley Evans dribbles down the court during a game against Toledo Sunday Feb. 9, 2014. Kent State lost 55-83.

Flashes head to Illinois to battle Huskies

Taylor Rosen February 13, 2014

Kent State will travel to Kalamazoo, Mich., and play Western Michigan on Saturday afternoon. The Flashes fell behind early on in their contest last Saturday at the M.A.C. Center, losing to Toledo 83-55....

Kent State TeleProductions sent a crew of five members to Super Bowl XLVII last year. This year, TeleProductions is sending another crew to live broadcast the Super Bowl from New York Sunday, Feb. 2, 2014. Photo courtesy of Kent State.

KSU sends two students to broadcast Super Bowl XLVIII

Heather Inglis January 30, 2014

While most football fans will be at home watching the Broncos and the Seahawks battling in the Super Bowl, two lucky and accomplished Kent State electronic media production students will be at the game...

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