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The independent news website of The Kent Stater & TV2

Kent Wired

Kent State ends dual season with tri-meet sweep

Dan Armelli February 14, 2016

Kent State wrestling coach Jim Andrassy knew he had a good tournament team coming into this season. However, he wasn’t so sure about how his team would fair in dual meets.Sunday night encapsulated the...

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.

Pollard out, Walker questionable

Zac Sommer February 2, 2016

According to Athletic Assistant Sports Information Director Jay Fiorello, Kent State men's basketball senior guard Xavier Pollard is out six weeks after fracturing his foot Friday against Ohio University.Pollard...

Basketball snaps five-game win-streak against Ohio

Zac Sommer January 30, 2016

The Kent State University men’s basketball (15-6, 6-2 Mid-American Conference) snapped its five-game winning streak as the Flashes lost 72-61 to Ohio University (13-7, 4-4 MAC) Friday.“Tough night...

Forward/center Khaliq Spicer dunks the ball in a game against University at Buffalo on Saturday, Feb. 28, 2015. The Kent State Golden Flashes lost to the Buffalo Bulls 65-71.

Flashes expect mix of vets, freshmen to make impact

Stephen Means II October 20, 2015

The Kent State men’s basketball team comes into the 2015-16 season with new uniforms and a lot of new people; all expected to contribute from the onset.Head coach Rob Senderoff explained that even though...

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Men’s golf heads to Georgia for U.S. Collegiate tournament

Chris Yamnitsky October 14, 2015

The Kent State men’s golf team heads down to the Golf Club of Georgia for the U.S. Collegiate tournament. Coach Herb Page expects the field to be a tough challenge for the Flashes."There's 17 teams and...

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