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Kent Wired

Amelia Perdue with both her parents at a volleyball tournament she participated in when she was in high school.

Like mother, like daughter: How 4 KSU athletes followed their mothers into Division I sports

Pilar Lewis Sports Reporter May 18, 2021

For decades, sons have followed their fathers into athletics. Before they played in the National Football League, Peyton Manning starred at University of Tennessee and Eli Manning played at University...

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...

OPINION: Brandon’s World – Patrick Mahomes is 2020 NFL MVP

Brandon Lewis Columnist December 1, 2020

When I had originally planned to sit down and write this week’s column, the title of the column was going to be, “There is no clear cut MVP in the NFL this season.”Entering Week 11 of the NFL season,...

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.

Flashes lose their composure, squander Whittington’s best game in nearly two months, five takeaways from the loss to Ball State

Ian Kreider Sports reporter February 4, 2020

Troy Simons committed a technical foul that gave Ball State a 52-45 lead with 9:10 left. The senior guard missed a 3-pointer, but felt he was fouled, and he adamantly expressed his feelings to the officials....

Kent forward Hayden Pascoe and EMU defender Tessa Osborne race for the ball during the game on Sunday, Sept. 24, 2017.

Women’s soccer takes commanding MAC East lead with win at Buffalo

Cameron Hoover October 8, 2017

The Kent State women’s soccer team established itself as one of the best in the Mid-American Conference with a 1-0 win over Buffalo Sunday.The win gives Kent State (9-4-1, 5-1-0 MAC) some breathing room...

Flashes mens basketball vs. Ohio University Bobcats

Hall leads Flashes to win over Ball State

Stephen Means II January 24, 2015

Redshirt sophomore forward Jimmy Hall scored a career-high 32 points, including 20 in the first half, to lead Kent State to a 63-52 victory over the Ball State Cardinals.Hall’s performance comes after...

Sophomore guard Krista White struggles to pass around the heavy defense of Youngstown State during Kent States 68-49 loss in the M.A.C. Center on Tuesday, Nov. 18, 2014.

Women’s basketball suffers deflating loss to Ball State

Megan McEldowney January 14, 2015

Box ScoreThe Kent State women’s basketball team could not pull off a win on the road against Ball State University on Wednesday. The Cardinals (8-7, 4-0 Mid-American Conference) came to play, dominating...

Junior infielder Sawyer Pollen is tagged out trying to score the game tying run with two outs in the bottom of the ninth at the game against Northern Illinois Saturday, May 3, 2014. The Flashes lost 6-5.

Baseball on up-and-up again as Flashes split weekend series with Northern Illinois

Richie Mulhall May 6, 2014

It was one wild weekend for the Kent State baseball team this past weekend.After narrowly overcoming Northern Illinois (15-32, 9-12 Mid-American Conference) 4-3 Friday to snap a three-game losing streak,...

San Francisco Giants finish NLCS comeback, prepare for Detroit Tigers in World Series

San Francisco Giants finish NLCS comeback, prepare for Detroit Tigers in World Series

Gary Reyes October 23, 2012

San Francisco Giants; Marco Scutaro celebrates the MVP award on the field after defeating the St. Louis Cardinals 9-0 in Game 7 of the National League Championship Series at AT&T Park in San Francisco,...

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