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The independent news website of The Kent Stater & TV2

Kent Wired

Sophomore forward Jordan Korinek shoots a 2 point shot against the University of Toledo. Saturday February 6, 2016. Kent lost 64-67.

Women’s basketball drops fourth straight to Ohio

Eric Pitcher February 24, 2016

For the first time in the school’s history, Kent State (5-20, 2-13 Mid-American Conference) has lost to Ohio University (22-4, 14-1 MAC) four times in a row after losing 86-52 on the road.The Bobcats...

Flashes knocked out of NCAA tournament with loss to No. 3 UConn

Ricky Salcer November 15, 2014

Box ScoreThe attack from No.3 University of Connecticut was too much for Kent State (11-11) to overcome Saturday in the first round of the NCAA tournament.The Huskies (17-2) scored five goals in the opening...

Kent State defense awaits the outcome of a shot taken by the Bulls in their losing game against Buffalo, Saturday, Feb. 22, 2014, in the M.A.C.C. The final score was 78-69.

Men’s basketball team primed, poised for better season

Richie Mulhall November 13, 2014

To some “mid-major” Division I basketball teams, finishing a long 32-game season with a .500 record is considered “good.”These programs celebrate breaking even with a mediocre .500 record, but...

Kent State guard Ashley Evans deflects Walsh University’s Jalynn Graham during the Wednesday, Nov. 6, 2013 game in the M.A.C. Center. The Flashes lost the exhibition game 80-89.

KSU women’s basketball links experience with new talent

Ben Orner November 5, 2014

A new season of college hoops is finally here, and the Kent State women’s basketball team couldn’t bemore ready.“This team has been very clear that they are determined to make this season our best...

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Varsity “K” Hall of Fame to induct seven members Saturday

Richie Mulhall September 4, 2014

Kent State assistant basketball coach DeAndre Haynes has done it all with the university’s basketball program.Having played more minutes for the Flashes than any other player in program history, Haynes...

Senior forward Darren Goodson attempts to defend the ball from an Akron player at the game Sunday, Feb. 2, 2014. The Flashes are set to face the Zips again this Friday, Mar. 7, 2014 at the University of Akron. It is the last game before the M.A.C. Championship.

Flashes renew rivalry with Akron in regular season finale

Richie Mulhall March 6, 2014

Only one last game stands between the end of the Flashes’ regular season and the Mid-American Conference Tournament, which will begin on Monday following the conclusion of all the MAC teams’ regular...

Flashes to Face Bowling Green Again Wednesday

Flashes hope to stay positive as Bowling Green seeks revenge this Wednesday

Richard Mulhall February 24, 2014

After a tough 69-78 home loss to the Buffalo Bulls Saturday afternoon, the Kent State men’s basketball team will look to rebound, regroup and right the ship once again as the Flashes get set to take...

Senior guard Ashley Evans defends the ball against Ball State at the game Sunday, Feb. 2, 2014. Kent State won the game 60-57.

Flashes knock off Ball State and earn first conference victory

Taylor Rosen February 2, 2014

Kent State defeated Ball State 60-57 behind a near career performance for senior guard Ashley Evans and earned their first conference win of the season.The contest came down to hitting foul shots down...

TV2 Video: Women’s basketball team struggles to fill stands

Jason Kostura January 30, 2014

As TV2 reporter Jason Kostura found out, many Kent State students know more about the men's basketball team than they do the women's. Jason talked to the women's basketball coach to find out more information.  

Fouls plague Flashes in heartbreaking 81-78 loss

Ian Flickinger January 26, 2014

Much has been made of the Flashes’ recent struggles shooting the ball, but there was another issue in Sunday night’s nail-biter — fouls.The Flashes (11-8, 2-4 MAC) lost a close one to a strong Toledo...

Kent States Darren Goodson faces two Ohio University defenders during a game Wednesday, Jan. 8, 2013. The Flashes lost to the Bobcats 59-53.

KSU men’s basketball continues offensive struggles, loses 59-53 to Ohio

Tyler Kieslich January 8, 2014

In the first game of what bodes to be a tough Mid-American Conference season, the Kent State Flashes lost a hard-fought home game 53-59 Wednesday night against the Ohio Bobcats.It was that kind of contest...

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