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Senior midfielder, Jessica Nesbitt, chases down the ball against Ohio University Friday, Oct. 23, 2015. The Flashes won 2-1.

Field hockey drops NCAA Play-In game to UMass

Zac Sommer November 11, 2015

 After defeating Miami University in double overtime to claim the MAC championship, the Kent State field hockey team ended their season with a 1-0 loss to the University of Massachusetts on Wednesday. “I’m...

Kent State’s hockey team gathers for a group break down at the end of practice Wednesday, Oct. 28, 2015.

Hockey looks to take momentum to Indiana Tech

Chris Yamnitsky November 11, 2015

The Kent State Hockey Club looks to take the momentum gained from last weekend’s games and use it to defeat Indiana Tech University this weekend.Sophomore defenseman Mike Sullivan says they need to stay...

Kent State’s hockey team gathers for a group break down at the end of practice Wednesday, Oct. 28, 2015.

No. 19 hockey faces Buffalo, Canisus

Chris Yamnitsky October 28, 2015

The Kent State Hockey Club started their season off in the right direction with a 5-0-1 record and plans to continue their play by following the team philosophy.  “We can’t just rely on one line or...

Forward, Jake Haneline, celebrates after scoring a goal in Kent State’s 4-3 victory over Duquesne that ended in a shoot out Friday, Oct. 23, 2015.

Hockey wins tight game in shootout

Chris Yamnitsky October 25, 2015

The Kent State ice hockey club defeated Duquesne University Friday night after a nine-round shootout, with senior forward Chad Parise scored the game-winning goal.“It feels good. I mean it wasn’t just...

Forward Jake Haneline skates past the bench for celebratory high fives after the team scored on Western Michigan University Friday, Oct. 9, 2015.

Hockey prepares for game against Duquesne

Chris Yamnitsky October 21, 2015

According to head coach Jim Underwood, the Kent State Hockey Club used its week off to give the players some time to rest and work on their personal game.“We took an opportunity for (the) guys to rest...

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,"...

Hockey prepares for home opener

Chris Yamnitsky October 7, 2015

The Kent State hockey club is preparing for its home opener against the Western Michigan Broncos following a successful weekend against Eastern Michigan Eagles.  “Right now we just can’t let off the...

Hockey completes weekend sweep with 4-1 victory

Chris Yamnitsky October 4, 2015

The Flashes battled through penalties, and took advantage when they could, to complete the weekend sweep with a 4-1 win over the Eastern Michigan Eagles.“I think it puts us in a good position for the...

Hockey faces tough opponent Eastern Michigan

Chris Yamnitsky September 30, 2015

A tough test lies ahead for the Kent State men’s hockey club Oct. 3 as they face-off against the Eastern Michigan Eagles for its season opening weekend.“They’re gonna bring a real physical game this...

Defender Susanne Felder collides with a Virginia Commonwealth University player at Murphy-Mellis Field on Saturday, Aug. 29, 2015. The Flashes won in double over-time 4-3.

Field hockey hopes to snap losing streak after Michigan

Zac Sommer September 16, 2015

The Kent State field hockey team 1-4 hopes to snap their four-game losing streak as they head to Michigan to take on Penn State and Michigan University this weekend.“We played one of the better games...

Graphic by Ray Padilla

Behind the wheel of the Kent State Zamboni

Zac Sommer April 8, 2015

Nineteen years and three Zambonis later, Kent State maintenance repair worker crew leader Keith Fischer is not ready to leave his job at the Ice Arena behind.Fischer, now 49 years old, began his career...

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