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Softball and gymnastics to receive facility renovations to improve play and safety

Softball and gymnastics to receive facility renovations to improve play and safety

Isabella Schreck, Reporter April 20, 2022

The softball complex and gymnastics practice gym will be renovated starting this summer, addressing key facility issues and safety concerns. “This has been a long time coming,” head softball coach...

Participants of the Walk a Mile in Their Shoes event pass the M.A.C. Center Tuesday, April 11, 2017.

Athletic facilities named to honor important supporters of Kent State sports 

Isabella Schreck, Reporter April 14, 2022

Six athletic facilities have been named to honor impactful supporters of Kent State’s sports programs. The Golden Flashes Club, annual donors to Kent State athletics, announced the news in a press...

Winter break sports recap

Henry Palattella January 15, 2017

The beginning of the spring semester is the tangible embodiment of a fresh start full of new opportunities. This rings true for the mentalities of Kent State's on-campus sports teams. Some teams went into...

Junior wide receiver Nick Holley looks to the scoreboard in disappointment as the Flashes leave Beavers Stadium after losing to Penn State, 33-13 on Saturday, Sept. 3, 2016.

Penn State Uses Strong Second Half to Pull Away from Kent State

Henry Palattella September 3, 2016

Kent State’s (0-1) drought against the Big 10 continues as sophomores Trace McSorley and Saquon Barkley led Penn State (1-0) past the Flashes, 33-13.The Flashes are now 0-16 against Big 10 teams in their...

Sophomore Pitcher Andy Ravel pitching a ball against a Ball State University batter. The Flashes won 11 to 7. April 12, 2015.

Kent baseball looking to get healthy before upcoming season

Shayla Pierce July 28, 2015

Getting through four years as a college athlete with no injuries can be a big challenge. Whether the injury is minor or something more major, it is something that is normally inevitable.Coming off of a...

Kent State head coach Rob Senderoff reacts as Jimmy Hall makes a basket during the first half of the MAC Tournament game against the University of Akron on Thursday, March 12, 2015, in Quicken Loans Arena. The Flashes fell to the Zips, 53-51.

Men’s basketball coach gets five-year contract extension

Jimmy Miller May 20, 2015

Kent State announced men’s basketball coach Rob Senderoff signed a five-year contract extension on Sunday, extending his tenure through the 2020-2021 season.In a press release, Senderoff thanked Athletic...

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.

Women’s basketball ends season with MAC Tournament loss

Quentin Smith March 9, 2015

The 2014-15 season has come to an end for the Kent State women’s basketball team after an early first round exit in the MAC Tournament versus Eastern Michigan, 70-52.The Flashes (5-25, 3-15 MAC) had...

Our view: An inherently dangerous game

DKS Editors March 18, 2014

Kent State running back Trayion Durham says that he was informed by Kent State of the risks of playing football, but only once, by a single speaker during his freshman year. Durham has since taken it upon...

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