Kent State Soccer

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The Kent State Soccer team has added two more key contributors to their roster. 

Tianna Harris and Tarah Roller will play for the Flashes this coming season. 

Harris is a native of Whitby, Ontario Canada. During her freshman season, she helped lead the Mississippi State Bulldogs to their first NCAA tournament appearance. Joining the team as a sophomore, she will try to lead the Flashes on the defensive end. 

Roller is a freshman from Medina, Ohio. She had 50 goals and 35 assists during her three seasons at Medina High School. Roller participated in the US Youth Soccer National Training Program and she was selected as an Esmark All-American. This means that she was recognized nationally for her athletic, educational, and community service achievements. 

The Flashes begin their 23rd season at home against Cleveland State on August 23. The Flashes are hoping to win their first MAC title since 2016. 

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