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Kent Wired

T.J. Keklak wrestles during a meet against Edinboro University on February, 21, 2014.

KSU wrestling opens MAC competition Saturday

Richie Mulhall December 4, 2014

 The No. 19 ranked Kent State wrestling team (ranking according to InterMat) will begin its Mid-American Conference season this Saturday, as the team travels to Buffalo, New York on Saturday to face the...

Volleyball’s offense comes alive in pivotal road match

Jimmy Miller November 8, 2014

Box ScoreThe Kent State volleyball team has seen a player offensively dominate already this season, such as when senior outside hitter Tinuke Aderemi-Ibitola registered 24 kills in a home loss to Northern...

Flashes to Face Bowling Green Again Wednesday

Flashes hope to stay positive as Bowling Green seeks revenge this Wednesday

Richard Mulhall February 24, 2014

After a tough 69-78 home loss to the Buffalo Bulls Saturday afternoon, the Kent State men’s basketball team will look to rebound, regroup and right the ship once again as the Flashes get set to take...

Buffalo’s McCrea puts up 31 points as Flashes fall to Bulls Saturday

Richard Mulhall February 24, 2014

The Kent State’s men’s basketball team did not play a bad game against the Buffalo Bulls Saturday afternoon inside the M.A.C. Center — they just couldn’t stop senior forward Javon McCrea.The...

Three-pointers galore as Flashes topple Miami, win third straight game

Richard Mulhall February 20, 2014

Box ScoreWith the end of the regular college basketball season rapidly approaching, the Kent State men’s basketball team seemed to be in top form on the road Wednesday night against the Miami Redhawks...

Kent State guard Mikell Chinn comes down with a rebound during a game against Buffalo Wednesday, Feb. 19, 2014. Kent State lost 53-61.

Flashes get torched from outside, fall to Buffalo

Taylor Rosen February 20, 2014

tball team gave up 27 points off 29 turnovers Wednesday night en route to a 61-53 loss to conference-rival Buffalo.“Turnovers were the deciding factor, quite honestly,” Kent State head coach Danielle...

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