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And Buffalo makes it four: Volleyball extends conference losing streak

Isabella Schreck, Sports Editor October 22, 2022

In her volleyball team’s losing battle against Buffalo, coach Haley Eckerman looked to her bench. She found senior opposite hitter Morgan Copley, who would go on to put up 8.5 points Friday – the...

Soccer goes scoreless in second match against Akron, loses 1-0

Owen MacMillan Sports Editor March 28, 2021

Just over 14 minutes into a Wagon Wheel matchup between Kent State women’s soccer and the University of Akron, the first shot of the game was taken by Akron’s Sydney Worthy.Worthy found the back of...

Mariah Modkins (5) loses a three against the University at Buffalo. Modkins scored seven points in the fourth quarter to lead a game-winning rally. Feb. 24, 2021.

Kent State plays from behind to take down Buffalo, moves to second in the MAC

Owen MacMillan Sports Editor February 24, 2021

Mariah Modkins left her feet from the free throw line and floated a shot as the shot clock expired. The junior guard’s jumper fell to give Kent State a one-point lead with 49 seconds left in the game.“I...

New COVID-19 testing protocols to be enforced in spring 2021

Megan McSweeney Reporter December 2, 2020

Students returning to campus in the spring and new health and safety measures dominated the Board of Trustees' discussion at their meeting Tuesday.University President Todd Diacon opened the presentation...

Dustin Crum (7) lets a a pass go against Buffalo. Crum would throw for 343 yards and three touchdowns. Nov. 28, 2020.

The running of the Bulls: Kent State dominated by Buffalo on the ground

Owen MacMillan Sports editor November 28, 2020

On the very first play from scrimmage, University at Buffalo running back Jaret Patterson slashed through the Kent State defense for a 62-yard gain. Patterson was tackled at the three yard line, but would...

The Kent State women’s basketball team celebrates with the Kent State fans after winning 72-66 against Buffalo in a quarterfinal game at the Rocket Mortgage Field House in Cleveland on Wednesday, March 11, 2020. 

Women’s basketball advances to MAC Tournament semifinals

Last year, Kent State took on Buffalo in the Mid-American Conference Tournament quarterfinals, and Kent State lost by 33 points.One year later, the Flashes found themselves in the same position, but with...

Pitcher Nick Jensen-Clagg throws the ball during a game against Rider University at Schoonover Stadium on Friday, March 13, 2015.

Kent State baseball wins weekend series over Buffalo

Andrew Bugel May 6, 2015

The bats came alive in game two and three of last weekend's three-game series for the Kent State baseball team (26-19, 13-8 Mid-American Conference) against the University at Buffalo.After a rough game...

Senior forward Monita Johnson takes a shot during the first half of the game against the University of Buffalo at the M.A.C Center on March 7, 2015. The team lost to Buffalo 68 to 58 in their last game of the season to end with an overall record of 5-24.

Buffalo spoils senior day for women’s basketball

Quentin Smith March 7, 2015

Senior Day did not go as planned for the Kent State women’s basketball team as the Buffalo Bulls ousted the Flashes, 68-58, on Saturday.The Flashes (5-24, 3-15 Mid-American Conference) started from behind...

Kelsey Bittinger, outside hitter, spikes the ball at the game against the University at Buffalo to gain a point Saturday, Oct. 4, 2014. The Flashes won, 3-0.

Volleyball sweeps Buffalo in dominant fashion

Jimmy Miller October 4, 2014

Box ScoreIn a weekend that began with a four-set win over the University of Akron, Kent State volleyball continued the momentum in the Mid-American Conference with a three-set sweep over the University...

Flashes prevail in Easter weekend series with Buffalo

Richie Mulhall April 20, 2014

After the Kent State baseball team leveled the playing field Saturday against Buffalo and evened the series score at one apiece, the Flashes topped the Bulls (17-13, 8-5 MAC) 7-4 to take the three-game...

After comeback fueled by threes, Flashes beat Huskies in OT

Richie Mulhall January 16, 2014

In basketball, a team can either live or die by the three-pointer. One shot could mean the difference between playing the hero or playing the goat.Old habits die hard, and it is well documented that Kent...

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