For anyone looking for last week’s game I actually wrote the game story for the paper. You can check that out here.
It’s rivalry week. Everyone is fired up to play Akron. It was just two years ago Kent State surprised everyone and returned the Wagon Wheel to Kent after starting the season slow. I believe they went on a five gamed winning streak after that. Can it happen again this year?To read more or comment...
The Long awaited men's hoops schedule has finally arrived. I have listed the schedule below with a few notes on a few possible key games. I really didn’t get into the Mid-American Conference schedule much though. Maybe I’ll get to that later.
Mon, Nov 10
Muskinghum (Exhibition) 7:00 pm
Mon, Nov 17
North Carolina Central 7:00 pm
Wed, Nov 19
at Saint Louis 8:00 pm
Anyone who has met me knows how much I love the spring sports, especially baseball. Last year I started watching softball a little more intently as well. It’s a completely different sport and just as enjoyable, if not more, than baseball.
How many No.2 hitters in baseball and hit .299 and only have tow RBI’s on the year? Kent State’s Lauren Brocklehurst spent all of last year doing just that and doing it well, a master if the infield single.To read more or comment...
Game 4: Kent State (1-2) at Louisiana-Lafayette Ragin Cajuns(0-2)
At: Cajun Field in Lafayette, LA.
Kickoff: 7 p.m. EST.
Honestly this game really does not mean much in the larger picture of things as the Mid-American Conference schedule is just a week away. But for Doug Martin’s sake I hope the Flashes don’t take that main focus with them to Louisiana.
For those of you wondering where this year’s basketball schedule is just hold tight. It is on its way. I was told today that there is one date still holding up its release. It is St. Mary’s if I remember correctly.
As soon as that is finalized the schedule will be good to go. You can count on seeing St. Mary’s, Kansas, Temple, UNC-Wilmington and Hampton on this year’s slate. The Flashes will also play either Texas A&M or Tulsa, depending on who wins early in the San Padre Invitational.To read more or comment...
Kent State snapped the nation's longest losing streak by beating Delaware State 24-3 Saturday afternoon at the newly renovated Dix Stadium.
Edelman almost seemed like a one man show today as both Eugene Jarvis and Jameson Konz saw little to no action because of ankle injuries.To read more or comment...
Note: I apologize for not getting this up sooner. it has been a busy week. I'll have a preview for Delaware State up tomorrow. -- Jonas
Welcome back Kent State! To ESPN'S bottom 10 that is. The Flashes checked in at No. 10 this week. David Duffey had to this to say about the Flashes…To read more or comment...
Kent State basketball player Chris Singletary has been “indefinitely suspended” by the Kent State Athletic Department after being arrested over the weekend. He will be allowed to participate in team activities.
Singletary was arraigned yesterday morning on charges of resisting arrest and loud noise/disturbance. He pled not guilty, according to court records. A pretrial will be held Oct. 9 at 10 a.m.To read more or comment...
Kent State basketball player Chris Singletary was arrested early Sunday morning for violating a noise ordinance after receiving a warning at his Olympus Drive apartment, according to a Kent police report.
Singletary, 20, became uncooperative with police offers on their second visit to the residence and was arrested, the report said.To read more or comment...