• Senior Zeke Marshall, juniors Demetrius Treadwell, Alex Abreu and freshmen Jake Kretzer all earned Mid-American Conference postseason honors.
Marshall, who broke the conference career block record earlier this season, led the conference in blocks and field-goal percentage and was named to the All-MAC First Team.
Treadwell garnered second team honors. He averages just over 11 points and seven rebounds per game and has seven double-doubles.
Abreu was named to the Honorable Mention MAC Team and Kretzer was named to the All-Freshmen team. Kretzer appeared in all 30 games including four starts and finished in the top-10 MAC freshmen in 3-pointer percentage, rebounding and points.
• The Kent State Golden Flashes had two players recognized by the MAC for their regular-season play. Senior Chris Evans was named to the All-MAC First Team and senior Randal Holt was named to the Third Team.
Evans earned the MAC East Division Player of the Week five times during the season and was the only player in all of Division I NCAA with 170 field goals, 30 3-pointers, 125 free throws, 225 rebounds, 60 assists, 60 steals, and 20 blocks.
In his final season for the Flashes Holt led the conference in 3-pointers, averaging 2.6 per game, and free-throw shooting as he shot over 85 percent. He also finishes as the all-time school leader in 3-pointers with 238.
Kent State is providing three 55-seat buses to take students to Quicken Loans Arena for every game the Golden Flashes play in the MAC Tournament for $10 per student per day.
Students can secure a spot for all three potential dates at once or pick and choose which days they can attend (all payable in cash only).
Students can sign up at the M.A.C. Center ticket office during business hours. A table will also be set up in the Student Center on Tuesday from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. for students to sign up.
The fourth-seeded Golden Flashes open tournament play at 6:30 p.m. Thursday at Quicken Loans Arena.
Senior Dustin Kilgore won his 197-pound bout in the MAC Championship on Sunday to win his fourth MAC title. He is the sixth four-time MAC Champion and was named the Most Outstanding Wrestler of the tournament.
With the win Kilgore received an automatic bid to the NCAA Championships. He will be joined by Stevie Mitcheff and Casey Newburg. Mitcheff finished in second place and Newburg finished in fourth.
Swimming and diving
• Eastern Michigan won its 31st MAC Swimming and Diving Championship helped in part by Field High School graduate Jeff Craig. Craig was named to the All-MAC First Team and was the Outstanding Diver of the season.
• Ohio University’s Addy Ferguson, a Cloverleaf High School graduate, Toledo’s Beth Rodgers (Canton McKinley), and UA’s Cat Carr were named to the women’s All-MAC First Team.
Track and field
• UA’s Shawn Barber, Alexis Cooks, Brittany Funk, Gabriel Genovesi, Alex McCune, and Joe Wesley all earned All-America honors this year.
—From staff reports