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Cam Joyce leaving Kent State

By admin Published: December 11, 2009

Redshirt freshman Cameron Joyce has decided to leave the Kent State men's basketball program and transfer to a different school.

The walk-on, and brother of former Akron Zip star Dru Joyce, ends his Kent State career after having played in four games this season and scoring one point.

"Even though it didn't work out here for me at Kent State as I planned and hoped for I still had a lot of great memories here," Joyce said.  "I love my teammates, hope the best for them and the rest of their season.  Also I would like to thank the fans for always showing great support." 

This leaves Kent State even more depleted at the point guard position with freshman Randal Holt still out after recovering from his knee surgery.

Best of luck to Cam and his future in basketball and his collegiate career.

The Golden Flashes (5-3) will play at Pittsburgh (7-2) tomorrow.  Fans can watch the game on ESPNU starting at 2:00 p.m.

Pitt forwards playing outside comfort zone - Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Pitt's five-star Taylor learning on the run - Pittsburgh Tribune Review

WOMEN'S BASKETBALL

Senior guard Rachel Bennett is expected to undergo minor knee surgery today and she will be expected to miss eight to 14 days as she recovers.

Bennett is averaging 6.6 points a game in seven games this season while playing about 29 minutes a game.

The Flashes will host Atlantic-10 foe Temple tomorrow afternoon.  The Owls are 8-1 on the season after defeating the Ohio Bobcats last night 65-43.  On December 2 the Owls defeated nationally ranked Rutgers 62-51.  Temple has also defeated MAC schools Buffalo (65-55) and Eastern Michigan (64-46) this season. 

Temple is receiving votes in both national polls with an RPI of 9 as of Friday. 

WRESTLING

The 15th ranked Kent State wrestling team will host Newberry and Michigan in a tri-meet on Sunday at the M.A.C. Center.

TRACK AND FIELD

The track and field team will compete in the Golden Flash Gala over the weekend.  The Golden Flash Gala is an open, non-scoring NCAA sanctioned competition.  

JOSH CRIBBS

The former Golden Flash quarterback had a big night in helping lead the Browns to a 13-6 victory over the Pittsburgh Steelers in a Thursday night special.  The local media in northeast Ohio is chronicling Cribbs' big night.

Cribbs make Steelers pay for kicking to him - Akron Beacon Journal

Josh Cribbs is the Brown for all seasons in a memorable triumph - Cleveland Plain Dealer

Cribbs: Mangini threatens to bolt the locker room door if Browns lost to Steelers - Canton Repository

It's simple when it comes to Cribbs: Pay the man - The News Herald

NOTES

The Akron football program has hired Notre Dame assistant Rob Ianello to be its 26th football coach in school history.

Good luck to the Zips' men's soccer team in their national semifinal game against North Carolina tonight on ESPNU.

The Daily Kent Stater is wrapping up the semester.

Sports reporting takes a special team

Give soccer recognition

That wasn't so bad - 2009 Football Recap

Kent State sports teams met fans' expectations

Keep kickin it cross country

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