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Big night for Kent State basketball

By admin Published: February 24, 2010

With both conference races in the home stretch, it is an important night for both Kent State basketball teams.

The men will play in Northwest Ohio against the Bowling Green Falcons (14-12, 6-7).  A win for the Flashes will clinch a bye in the first round of the MAC tournament.  KSU will looking to split the season series after losing at the MAC Center on January 17, 76-70.  This game will be another Centennial Cup challenge game.  I will be making the trek over to Anderson Arena to check this one out so look for that coverage either late Wednesday or early Thursday.

Meanwhile, the women will host rival Akron in a huge MAC East showdown.  A Kent State win would not only tie the two teams in head-to-head for tie-breaking purposes, but would give the Golden Flashes a two-game advantage with two games to play in MAC actionA victory by Akron would give the Zips a 2-0 mark in head-to-head play against KSU, giving them the tie-breaker for seeding purposes and pull the teams even in the MAC standings at 11-4 apiece.

MEN'S BASKETBALL - KENT STATE @ BOWLING GREEN, 7:00 P.M. - ANDERSON ARENA (3,500)

Kent State game notes

Singletary helps Flashes in crunch - Akron Beacon Journal

Flashes hope to avoid letdown - Record Courier

Twenty wins not ultimate goal for Flashes - KentWired.com

Bowling Green game notes

Orr Meets With The Media Monday - BGSUFalcons.com

BG men struggling to make 3-pointers - Sentinel Tribune

Men's basketball hosts Kent State tonight - The BG News

WOMEN'S BASKETBALL - KENT STATE vs. AKRON, 7:00 P.M. - M.A.C. CENTER (6,327)  

Kent State game notes

Akron game notes

Humes replaces size with power - KentWired.com

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