Beacon Journal staff


 



Kent State University lost its fourth consecutive match, 3-2 to St. Francis at Lock Haven University on Saturday afternoon.



The Red Flashes (3-3) got on the board first, scoring a goal ten minutes into the game before Melanie Kahn evened the score at the 24th minute off an assist by Karleigh Carlin.



The score remained tied at half, but the Red Flashes scored the first two goals of the second half to pull away from the Golden Flashes, who fell to 4-6.