The Kent State men's basketball team's interior depth suffered a sizable blow Tuesday, as 7-foot center Adonis De La Rosa received his release from the program, multiple sources close to the program confirmed to KentWired.
Four members of the Kent State baseball team were selected during the 2018 Major League Baseball draft. Pitchers Joey Murray and Austin Havekost were drafted by the Toronto Blue Jays, while the San Diego Padres selected third baseman Pavin Parks. Lastly, the St. Louis Cardinals picked pitche…
A huge fifth inning by Louisville was too much for Kent State to overcome Sunday, as the Flashes fell to the Cardinals, 12-6, in the NCAA Lubbock Regional elimination game, a loss that ended their season.
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.
Four athletes claimed a spot in the top-15 finishers as the Kent State track and field teams sent 16 student-athletes to the 2018 NCAA East Preliminary in Tampa, Florida, on Thursday looking for a spot at the NCAA Championships.
The Kent State baseball team rode an impressive pitching performance from Eli Kraus and took advantage of plenty of pitching miscues from Miami (OH) en route to its 12th MAC Championship with an 14-0 win over the Redhawks.
The Kent State baseball team’s patience and loaded pitching staff paid off for the Flashes on Friday, as starter Jared Skolnicki threw 8 2/3 stellar innings in their 7-2 win over Miami (OH) at Sprenger Stadium in Avon, Ohio.
Kent State starter Joey Murray survived a rocky start to toss 6 1/3 strong innings in the Flashes' 8-7 victory over Central Michigan in their MAC tournament on Thursday at Sprenger Stadium in Avon, Ohio.
Another strong season wrapped up Tuesday for the Kent State women’s golf team. The Flashes finished in a tie for fifth place after being eliminated in match play to No. 2 Alabama.
The Kent State baseball started Tuesday’s game at Wright State in unfamiliar territory, down, 2-0, after the first inning in an opposing stadium against a team they had not played since March 26, 2014.
Despite a two-home run day by senior Emily Dobbin, Kent State (26-20, 12-8 Mid-American Conference) dropped its final nonconference game to Pittsburgh (29-16-1) by a score of 14-4.
Heading into the final day of the Mid-American Conference Championships, the Kent State men’s golf team sat in second place behind Ball State.
Four Kent State track and field athletes contributed in breaking a school record in the shuttle hurdle relay this weekend. Of the four athletes, two of them competed for the first time in the event.
Heading into the season, the Kent State men’s golf team was ranked No. 28. After some ups — finishing second in the Aggie Invitational, one stroke behind No. 1 Oklahoma State — and downs — finishing fifth this past weekend — the Flashes are climbing the college golf rankings.
Where Kent State struggled to close the door twice in last weekend's series loss against Ohio, the Flashes responded Tuesday by dominating early and keeping their intensity up for nine innings in a 10-1 win over Canisius.
1998 was the Kent State women’s golf team’s inaugural season, and each year since then, the Flashes have won the Mid-American Conference Championship.
While early offensive productivity has been a staple for the Kent State baseball team all season long, the Flashes have struggled at times to close games out.
With the weather against them, the Kent State men’s golf team was still able to finish strong in the two-round Boilermaker Invitational.
After the first day of the Lady Buckeye Invitational, Kent State sophomore Pimnipa Panthong was tied for first place through 36 holes.
Energy and defensive prowess were the two consistent takeaways from the Kent State football team’s spring game Saturday.
Kent State was ahead, 13-7, heading into the top of the ninth inning; it appeared the Flashes were going to coast to their eighth win in the last 10 games.
Pitching again proved to Kent State softball’s (19-6, 5-6 Mid-American Conference) downfall Wednesday, as the Flashes dropped a doubleheader to Ohio (22-13, 10-1 MAC). The Flashes were outscored, 26-9, in the two games.
In its previous two tournaments before the Aggie Invitational, the Kent State men’s golf team finished lower than Texas A&M, the No. 2 team in the country.
Kent State senior thrower Gabrielle Figueroa placed first in the women’s hammer throw at the Northeast Ohio Quad with a mark of 62 meters, which broke the school record.
Kent State scored eight or more runs in two of their three wins over Western Michigan the previous weekend, and that offensive efficiency only improved when they took on Central Michigan.
The phase of the game that has been the downfall of Kent State softball for most of the season was the key to the Flashes’ success this weekend.
The Kent State gymnastics team competed in Columbus, Ohio, this past Saturday at the NCAA Regionals, coming in last out of six teams, ending the season.
Kent State senior gymnast Rachel Stypinski is out to prove the gymnastics world wrong by competing at the NCAA Regionals in Columbus, Ohio, this weekend. Stypinski faced a serious leg injury three weeks ago competing on Senior Night which led her on a trip to the ER.
The Kent State track and field teams are in the midst of the transition from indoor season to outdoor despite less than cooperative weather conditions in Northeast Ohio.
Kent State struggled to produce runs in their last series against Notre Dame, a two-game split; however, that was not the case in their sweep over Western Michigan this weekend.
Despite a prolific offensive weekend, the Kent State softball team was unable to turn the success at the plate into victories.
At first, Pimnipa Panthong wasn’t interested in coming to Kent State. Her main goal was to immediately play professional golf.
The Kent State bullpen struggled two out of the three games this weekend against Ball State, as the Flashes lost their first Mid-American Conference home series since 2015. The Flashes’ relievers allowed a combined eight runs in both losses from the seventh inning on.