Kent State University menís team posted a 13-over 293 for the second consecutive day to wrap up a disappointing NCAA Championships in Milton, Ga.
The Golden Flashes finished 27th in the 30-team field, finishing 26 strokes out of eighth place. The top eight teams advance to match play.
Taylor Pendrith led the Flashes, shooting a 4-over 214 for the tournament. Corey Conners shot a 5-over 215.
Kent State University announced the nonconference schedule for its menís basketball team, highlighted by a school-record 18 home games.
Notable home games include matchups against Youngstown State (Nov. 27) and Cleveland State (Dec. 28).
Track and field
Seven members of the University of Akron team were named to the Outdoor Academic All-Mid-American Conference Team.
Kyle Cochrun, Jake Hiltner, Bjorn Johansson and Alex McCune made the menís team and Ariane Beaumont-Courteau, Gabriela Szkolnicka and Claire Lucas will represent the women.
ó Beacon Journal staff report