SINGLETARY FOR PLAYER OF THE YEAR - Dave Carducci from the Record Courier checks in today with a couple of notes. Dave's done the research, and he says why Chris Singletary could be in line to be voted MAC Player of the Year when the season is over. The 6-4 Chicago native was named MAC Player of the Week on Monday for the fourth time this season. He is also looking at the tournament scenarios for both the men and women.
HUMES IS PLAYER OF THE WEEK - Kent State's Jamilah Humes was named MAC East Player of the Week, leading the Golden Flashes to a win over Ohio by scoring 23 points. Kent State will host Akron on Wednesday before traveling to Bowling Green to take on the East leading Falcons on Saturday. Wednesday's game is the final regular season home game while Saturday's contest will be televised on Fox Sports Net.
LEWIS FAVORS DAYTON - I sat next to Garfield Heights' Trey Lewis at the Kent State - Akron game on January 23. At the time it seemed like a key game in the recruitment for Lewis. The Flashes and Zips have both offered scholarships to Lewis. The explosive 5-10 guard also has offers from Ohio, Cleveland State, St. Joe's, Dayton, Miami and Wisconsin according to Steve Hare at the Kent Sports Report. Right now Lewis favors Dayton as Hare recently caught up with the young man averaging 24.6 points per game and 6 assists for The Plain Dealer's 13th ranked team.
FOOTBALL OFFERS TWO OHIO PLAYERS - Kent State has offered Orrville junior DE Max Pirman according to ScoutingOhio.com. Pirman is a 6-5, 215 pounder who also holds an offer from Indiana. The Flashes have also offered Cincinnati Wyoming junior DE Tony Davis (6-4, 250). Davis also has offers from Toledo and Ohio according to ScoutingOhio.com.
AUKERMAN TO DENVER - Kent State football assistant coach Craig Aukerman has taken a position with the Denver Broncos as a defensive assistant. Aukerman coached linebackers during the 2009 season.