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Kent State head football coach Paul Haynes watches the action from the sidelines during the Akron Zips' 16-7 victory over the Golden Flashes in their Mid-American Conference football game Saturday at InfoCision Stadium in Akron. (Ed Suba Jr./Akron Beacon Journal)
Akron quarterback Kyle Pohl (16) is upended after a short run by Kent State safety Nate Holley (left) during the Zips' 16-7 victory over the Golden Flashes in their Mid-American Conference football game Saturday at InfoCision Stadium in Akron. Kent State defensive end Terence Waugh is on the (right). (Ed Suba Jr./Akron Beacon Journal)
When Lauren Bay Regula received an email invitation to pitch for the Canadian national team in this month’s WBSC Women’s World Softball Championship, the two-time Olympian quickly ticked off several reasons why that wouldn’t be possible.