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The independent news website of The Kent Stater & TV2

Kent Wired

Nighttime at Dix Stadium Tuesday, Feb. 13, 2018.

Reflecting on Dix Stadium before home games kick-off

Isabella Schreck Reporter September 7, 2021

Thousands of fans cheer under the beaming lights of Dix Stadium every year, hoping for that game winning touchdown to brighten up their stressful week. This scene will be back at the home of the Kent...

Soccer can’t hold early lead and falls to Northwestern

Cole Oswald Reporter September 6, 2021

The Kent State women’s soccer team took a quick 2-0 lead Sunday, but Northwestern scored the next three goals and beat the Flashes 3-2.KSU is 3-2 on the season. Northwestern improves to 2-3. Freshman...

Soccer team ties school record in 6-0 victory

Cole Oswald Reporter September 3, 2021

Kent State women’s soccer team equaled its largest margin of victory in school history in Thursday’s 6-0 win over Canisius.But the Flashes still have work to do, coach Rob Marinaro said. “We created...

Soccer season likely at an end following loss to OU

Gina Butkovich Editor In Chief April 8, 2021

The Kent State women’s soccer team’s short season appears to have ended on a disappointing note, with a 1-0 loss to Ohio University. The Mid-American Conference said it would reschedule the team’s...

Soccer goes scoreless in second match against Akron, loses 1-0

Owen MacMillan Sports Editor March 28, 2021

Just over 14 minutes into a Wagon Wheel matchup between Kent State women’s soccer and the University of Akron, the first shot of the game was taken by Akron’s Sydney Worthy.Worthy found the back of...

Soccer drops second game in a row at home against OU

Ignatius Ogbu Sports Reporter March 19, 2021

The Kent State women's soccer team lost 3-1 to Ohio University on Thursday at Dix Stadium. This was KSU’s second loss of the season and first at home.Kent State was down three goals when junior Tianna...

Soccer suffers first loss of the season at Miami

Ignatius Ogbu Sports Reporter March 15, 2021

The Kent State women’s soccer team suffered its first loss of the season, falling to Miami University 4-2 on Sunday. Kent State was two goals down when redshirt junior Karly Hellstrom scored her first...

Field hockey adjusting to a unique season

Azure Fernsler, Danielle Hamm and the rest of the Kent State field hockey team arrive at Murphy-Mellis Field ready for practice on a cold, snowy February Tuesday. The pitch is covered with several inches...

Soccer starts season with win over Buffalo

Ignatius Ogbu Sports Reporter March 5, 2021

Senior Yasmine Hall scored the only goal of the game as the Kent State soccer team won its season opener 1-0 against the University at Buffalo on Thursday at Dix Stadium.Twenty-nine minutes into the game,...

MAC

MAC fall sports to return in spring with league-only schedules

Sean Blevins Sports reporter October 13, 2020

Mid-American Conference fall sports will return in early 2021, with teams only playing conference games, the league announced on Monday. The MAC was the first conference to postpone fall sports back in...

NCAA announces plan for fall sport championships in the spring

Owen MacMillan Sports editor September 23, 2020

On Tuesday, Sept. 22, the NCAA Division I Board of Directors took up the issue of fall season sports playing national championships during the spring.Last month, the NCAA decided to move forward on plans...

Bowling Green players celebrate their second goal scored against Kent State during the MAC Tournament Semifinals Friday, Nov. 3, 2017. 

Soccer season ends with disappointing loss to BGSU in MAC Tournament semifinal

Cameron Hoover November 3, 2017

Senior forward Hayden Pascoe fought back tears as she hugged her teammates after her last game she’d ever play in a Kent State uniform.The Flashes lost the Mid-American Conference Tournament semifinals...

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