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Kent State women take on Central Michigan

By admin Published: March 10, 2010

The third seeded Kent State women's basketball team (19-9) will take on sixth seed Central Michigan today at Quicken Loans Arena at about 2:30 p.m.  The Flashes defeated the Chippewas 82-76 back on January 27.  CMU (12-17) is an up tempo team that likes to shoot three pointers.  If Kent State were to win they would take on the winner of the first game of the day that features Toledo and Ball State.

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SINGLETARY ON FIRST TEAM, GREENE ON SECOND TEAM - Today the MAC announced the All-MAC teams as well as the All-Freshman team.  Chris Singletary made the first team while Justin Greene was named to the second team.  Apparently Rod Sherman isn't one of the best twenty players in the conference since he didn't even make honorable mention.  Read the full release.

NEWS AND NOTES - Dave Carducci from the Record Courier checks in today about extending Geno Ford's contract, the process for a new athletic director and the wide open field for both the men's and women's MAC basketball tournaments.

SHERMAN PROFILE - The Daily Kent Stater staff recently sat down with men's basketball guard Rod Sherman.

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