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ANALYSIS: ‘Rebooting’ Browns struggle through injuries in loss to Chiefs

Jake Adams November 4, 2018

The dark clouds and storms in Pittsburgh last Sunday were in fact a omen for the Cleveland Browns coaching staff. General Manager John Dorsey decided to not choose sides but to just fire both the head...

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ANALYSIS: Week one haunts Browns in loss to Steelers

Jake Adams October 28, 2018

The Browns and Steelers were both coming into this rivalry matchup with a feeling of all tricks and no treats. In their week 1 meeting, the teams had a tie in a game both teams felt they could have won;...

Junior Joey Murray pitches in the first inning of their MAC tournament matchup against Central Michigan on Thursday.

Kent State baseball drops first NCAA regional matchup to Louisville

Ariel Stahler June 2, 2018

In an gam filled with high temperatures, strong winds and a plethora of runs, No. 3 seed Kent State found itself on the losing end against No. 2 seed Louisville in the NCAA Lubbock Regionals, falling 13-6.The...

Junior Samantha Gordon performs her floor routine in the M.A.C. Center on Sunday, Feb. 7, 2016.

Mistakes cost the Kent State gymnastics team first place

Elise Kogelnik February 14, 2016

The Kent State gymnastics team fell to the University of Kentucky on Sunday, but coach Brice Biggin said the meet might’ve ended differently had the Flashes been at home. Kentucky defeated Kent State...

Women’s basketball falls to IPFW

Ty Sugick November 20, 2015

The Golden Flashes drop their second straight game of the season 68-86 to IPFW, now (1-2) Kent State will look to regroup and string together so wins moving forward.The first road test was disappointing,...

Head coach Paul Haynes walks off the field with his players after losing to the University at Buffalo on Thursday Nov. 5, 2015. The Flashes lost 18-17.

Ohio University shuts out Flashes in 27-0 loss

Stephen Means II November 11, 2015

Kent State's football team (3-7, 2-4 Mid-American Conference) was held to only 191 yards of total offense in a 27-0 shutout loss to Ohio University (6-4, 3-3 MAC)."We have to be able to put points on the...

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...

Flashes fall to Minnesota

Stephen Means September 20, 2015

Following a dominating performance last week, Kent State (1-2) fell to Big Ten foe Minnesota (2-1) 10-7.“(The lost was) disappointing just because we’re so close,” head coach Paul Haynes said. “But...

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...

Wrestling team falls to Northern Illinois

Zac Sommer February 15, 2015

The Kent State wrestling team was unable to advance in the NWCA National Duals on Sunday as the Flashes fell to No. 5 ranked Illinois, 38-0, in Champaign, Illinois.Junior wrestler Kyle Bauer (149) and...

Redshirt senior center CiCi Shannon gets double teamed in the paint during Kent States 55-78 loss against MAC conference rivals Western Michigan on Saturday, Jan. 24, 2015 in the M.A.C. center. The loss drops the teams record to 3-14 overall, 1-5 in the MAC conference.

Despite early lead, women’s basketball falls to Western Michigan

Quentin Smith January 24, 2015

After dropping its previous two games, the Kent State women's basketball team entered Saturday's game against Western Michigan looking for a way to snap the losing streak.The Flashes (3-14, 1-5)  jumped...

Senior guard Kris Brewer protects the ball from Loyola University in the M.A.C. Center on Saturday, Nov. 29, 2014. The Flashes lost, 69-61.

Second-half comeback not enough as Flashes fall to Loyola

Ray Strickland November 30, 2014

Box ScoreThe Kent State men’s basketball team suffered its second straight home loss Saturday inside the M.A.C. Center, falling 69-61 to Loyola University Chicago after trailing by 18 points in the first...

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