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Team huddle before the mens basketball game on Nov. 30, 2023 kicked off.

Men’s basketball deploys new starting lineup, taking down Shawnee State

Matt Franos, Reporter December 1, 2023

Kent State men’s basketball team deployed a convoy of players as 12 Flashes played more than ten minutes, defeating Shawnee State, 103-61. The Flashes bounced back after a tough 84-78 home loss to...

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REACTION: Michigan beats Ohio State for third straight year

Demetri Manousos, Reporter November 28, 2023

For the second straight season, Michigan and Ohio State met as the second and third-ranked teams in the nation. Both have an 11-0 record.  Once again, it was the Maize and Blue defeating the Buckeyes...

Kent State Womens Basketball team after their win over Central Michigan on Feb. 8, 2023.

Weekend recap: Women’s basketball splits matches in Daytona Beach Classic

Emily Lowen, Reporter November 27, 2023

The Kent State women’s basketball team is now 3-2 after splitting its games in the Daytona Beach Classic. KSU lost to Chattanooga 64-54 on Friday and defeated Missouri 67-64 on Saturday.  Against...

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REACTION: Michigan takes down Penn State without Jim Harbaugh

Demetri Manousos, Reporter November 13, 2023

Less than 24 hours after getting the news that coach Jim Harbaugh had been suspended for the remainder of the regular season, the Michigan Wolverines walked into Happy Valley for a top-ten matchup in the...

REACTION: College football week 6 review

Demetri Manousos, Reporter October 9, 2023

Oklahoma beats Texas in the last minute of The Red River Rivalry Oklahoma got revenge on Texas in dramatic fashion, winning 34-30 thanks to a late touchdown pass to give the Sooners the lead.  After...

Kent State senior Katie Shumate dribbles in toward the net during the wagon wheel game against Akron Feb. 18, 2023.

Sports roundup 2023: spring recap, fall preview

Isabella Schreck, Editor-in-Chief August 14, 2023

As the semester came to a close and the summer began, Kent State’s sports teams continued to bring in victories – with some programs even marking historic seasons. Track and field makes it to NCAA...

Ferri wraps up wrestling career at NCAA tournament

John Hilber, Reporter March 19, 2023

Graduate student Jake Ferri is a hard-working wrestler, according to his coach Jim Andrassy. After six years in the program, Ferri ended his career at KSU with a 106-62 all-time overall record. Ferri...

Mens basketball coach Rob Senderoff smiles at the gathered crowd as he heads down to the buses from the MAAC as the team heads to New York for the NCAA tournament March 15, 2023.

‘Send(er)-off’ to the dance: Men’s basketball heads to March Madness tournament

Jacob Hansen, Sports Editor March 15, 2023

A crowd of around 40 fans waited for the men’s basketball team – now Mid-American Conference champions – to head to the bus departing for the NCAA March Madness tournament Wednesday. People surrounded...

Akron makes 22: Men’s basketball outlasts TSDTR in overtime

Jacob Shondel, Reporter March 3, 2023

The Kent State men’s basketball team has the second-longest home winning streak in the NCAA right now after defeating Akron 89-84 in overtime Friday.  The win marks the Flashes' 22nd home victory....

Cameron Shendenhelm, who led the soccer program in goals last season, makes a move on the ball during a Kent State soccer game in October 2021. 

Quarter century of kicking it: Soccer program celebrates 25th anniversary

John Hilber, Reporter December 6, 2022

In 1997, Colleen Marcum faced a tough task: leading Kent State’s first-ever varsity women’s soccer team. Before the creation of the varsity team, the university only offered a club soccer team that...

Todd Diacon addresses NCAA changes, potential payments to student athletes

Grace Springer and Sophie Young, Reporters October 6, 2022

Kent State President Diacon updated an audience of over 300 on the university’s intercollegiate athletics budget and how changes within the NCAA impact Flash athletics. Diacon hosted his second “Talking...

Spring sports roundup & fall sports preview

Isabella Schreck, Sports Editor September 1, 2022

Students left campus for a summer of sun and fun, but Kent State sports teams did not take a break. Track and field make it to NCAAs For the fourth time in her collegiate career, senior...

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