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Junior midfielder Allison Kortowich makes a move during the Kent State lacrosse teams loss to Duquesne in Kent, Ohio on Sunday, Feb. 20.

Lacrosse blown out in loss to Duquesne after tough second and third quarter

Jacob Shondel Reporter February 21, 2022

Unable to gain any momentum throughout the game, Kent State women’s lacrosse lost to Duquesne 15-4. The Flashes fall to 0-2 to start the season and the Dukes move to 2-1. Despite the loss, coach Brianne...

Fifth year Jake Ferri lifts his Ohio University opponent off his feet during the grudge match on Feb. 4, 2022.

Wrestlers sweep final matches to take down Bloomsburg

Noah Keeney Reporter February 14, 2022

The Kent State wrestling team erased a 12-4 Bloomsburg State lead by winning the final five matches Friday to win 25-16.The Flashes are now 6-7 overall and 4-4 in the Mid-American Conference, and they...

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,”...

Washburn becomes third offensive field hockey player to win MAC honor

Jacob Hansen Reporter September 21, 2021

Junior Sydney Washburn won Mid-American Conference Offensive Player of the Week as the Kent State field hockey team maintained their No. 23 rank.Washburn is the third KSU player to win the award joining...

Defense and offensive lines getting set up before the start of a play at the fall scrimmage before the start of the season on Aug. 19 2019.

Kent State football prepares for a unique season

Owen MacMillan Sports editor October 6, 2020

Kent State football is set to play on Wednesday, Nov. 4 for the first time since the Flashes’ bowl game win last winter.All fall sports had been postponed to the spring, but a vote by the Mid-American...

ATR_FLUX Telesuit

Kent State fashion industry studies student Michelle Park Kołacz, Kent State fashion design student Jin Liang and Kent State fashion industry studies student Maame Amoah collaborated on a "telesuit"...

Senior forward Philip Whittington (25) shoots a layup on January 7, 2020. Whittington finished with 16 points and 10 rebounds in a 84-77 win.

Five takeaways from Kent State’s second straight loss

Ian Kreider Sports reporter January 18, 2020

Kent State lost its second straight game of its two-game road trip. The Flashes again struggled in the first half, failing to score 30 points for the second straight game. They relied heavily on runs,...

Kent States Tervell Beck (14) tries to block Western Michigan guard Michael Flowers as he cuts to the basket during a Jan. 18 game in Kalamazoo, Michigan.

In game of runs, Flashes run out of gas

Owen MacMillan Assigning editor January 18, 2020

The Kent State men’s basketball team battled back and forth with Western Michigan University all game, but WMU caught all the momentum late.For the final four minutes and 39 seconds of the game the Flashes...

Kent State quarterback Nick Holley dodges a tackle in the first half of Kent States matchup against No. 5 Clemson.

Kent State quarterback Nick Holley out for year

Henry Palattella September 19, 2017

During Kent State football coach Paul Hayne's press conference on Monday, he preached that while his team was banged up, they had a "next man up" attitude for the Flashes' upcoming matchup against Louisville. That...

Fifth-year starter Mike DePalma grapples for position in the clinch against Justin Oliver of Central Michigan University on Sunday, Feb. 14, 2016 at the M.A.C. Center.

MAC Wrestling Tournament day one: DePalma makes finals, Miller injured

Dan Armelli March 5, 2016

It was the thrill of victory and the agony of medical default Saturday for the Kent State wrestling team. Fifth-year senior Mike DePalma needed a one-point escape to send his semifinals match with...

Kent State senior guard Xavier Pollard fights with Youngstown defenders for the loose ball during the Kent State vs Youngstown game on Nov. 14, 2015. The Golden Flashes won 79-70 to take their home opener.

Injuries threaten basketball season

Zac Sommer February 1, 2016

After leaving midway through the first half of Friday’s game against Ohio University, x-rays confirm senior guard Xavier Pollard fractured his foot and will not be traveling to Central Michigan for Tuesday’s...

Nation and World: Enlightenment’ gala opens London’s Paralympics

Nation and World: ‘Enlightenment’ gala opens London’s Paralympics

Robert Gauthier August 30, 2012

Blake Leeper warms up during a workout with other Paralympic athletes at the USA Olympic training facility in Chula Vista, California on April 13, 2012. Leeper ranks among the top sprinters headed for...

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