A win against No. 25 Maine kept Kent State’s field hockey team at No. 23 in the National Field Hockey Coaches Association announced Tuesday.
After losing to No. 5 Northwestern 6-1 Friday, the Flashes bounced back with a double-overtime 4-3 victory against Maine.
It is the second straight week KSU had been ranked 23rd. The Flashes will host Ohio University on Friday for their first Mid-American Conference opponent of the season.
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