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Kent Wired

Kent State junior forward Jordan Korinek attempts a layup against The University of Akron at he M.A.C. Center on Saturday, Feb. 25, 2017. Kent State won, 73-69.

Lurken leads Flashes to victory, Wagon Wheel sweep

Henry Palattella February 25, 2017

With 2:16 left in the second quarter of Kent State’s Saturday matchup against The University of Akron, senior Larissa Lurken made a three-pointer.That in itself is not out of the ordinary, as Lurken...

Richie Mulhall is a multimedia news major and the sports editor for The Kent Stater. Contact him at rmulhal1@kent.edu.

Opinion: Heart of a Golden Flash

Richie Mulhall December 1, 2014

Ordinarily, I am not a big fan of the word “adversity.”As an avid sports fan and sports editor of The Kent Stater, I constantly hear athletes using the term “adversity” to describe their seasonal...

Tinuke Aderemi-Ibitola, outside hitter, hits the ball against Youngstown State University to gain a point at the game Sept. 16, 2014. The Flashes won, 3-2.

Volleyball seeking rebound against backyard rival

Jimmy Miller October 2, 2014

The Kent State volleyball team expects to play a close match Friday in what has traditionally been a scrappy rivalry match against the University of Akron.“Akron is a huge rival for us — we are always...

Kent State University guard Amber Dunlap protects the ball in a game against the University of Akron on Sunday, March 2, 2014. Kent State lost 66-80.

No senior night magic for Flashes as KSU women drop tough one at home to streaking Akron

Taylor Rosen March 2, 2014

Seniors Ashley Evans and Amber Dunlap scored a combined 35 points for the Flashes Sunday, but the Zips’ Rachel Tecca and Hanna Luburgh combined for 50 points as the Flashes lost the second game of the...

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