Golden Flashes finish non-conference slate 1-3 after blowout loss on the West Coast.
Kent State looks to conclude non-conference play on strong footing after getting its first win last Saturday.
Kent State Golden Flashes
The Flashes win convincingly in a much-welcomed homestand after two brutal out-of-conference games.
Kent State heads home after a pair of challenging power five opponents. Kent State can’t relax and expect to win because they are the FBS team.
Golden Flashes hang within one score of Razorbacks through halftime, but remain in search for first TD of 2023.
Kent State looks for vast improvement in Fayetteville after accruing much-needed experience at UCF.
The inexperienced Golden Flashes started the Kenni Burns era with the ultimate learning experience in Orlando.
Knights open their Big 12 membership with 50-point victory over a Kent State squad with new starters galore.
Kenni Burns makes his Kent State debut against the Big 12’s newest program on Thursday night in Orlando.
Kent State returns CBs Capone Blue and D.J. Miller, who will operate alongside Missouri transfer safety Jalani Williams in a new-look secondary.
Kent State’s veteran linebacking corps includes budding star Khalib Johns, Mizzou transfer Devin Nicholson, and other established starters.
Kent State loses all 11 starters on offense. So who are the candidates to replace those starters at the skill positions?
Kent State retools its entire starting offensive line to start the Kenni Burns era.
It’s been a tumultuous offseason for the Golden Flashes. As to be expected with a coaching change, Kent State will have to replace a lot.
In a chaotic offseason, Kent State adds new head coach Kenni Burns and a slew of new coaching hires and transfers.
Kent State emphatically earns home field advantage for the MAC Tournament, while several MAC programs find themselves looking for their next skipper.
Ohio gets the fourth spot back from Western Michigan, and it looks like the conference tournament is headed to Kent, Ohio— for now.
Western Michigan took hold of the fourth spot by a half game this week, while Miami and Central Michigan nearly played two games in one!
A four-way tie this late in the season means no one has breathing room in any series down the stretch. Exciting baseball is on the way in the MAC!
A trio of athletic defensive prospects top the charts for the Golden Flashes at their Pro Day.
Kent State is back on top and Ohio is hanging around! The stretch run to the MAC Tournament begins now.
Are the top four separating from the pack? It sure looks like it.
The Ohio Bobcats are the big winners of the week as they move into second place in the MAC. Runs were down during an exciting weekend.
Week 6 was a wild one! Runs were scored in bunches and there’s a new leader at the top of the conference.
Kent State’s win streak is up to 13 games, while Ball State scored 40 runs off of Toledo’s pitching and swept the series in what was an intriguing week on the diamond.
It was a frustrating time in the limelight for Kent State, as a great defensive effort was betrayed by woeful offensive numbers in a loss to the Indiana Hoosiers.
The Golden Flashes could not sustain their early momentum, and fell to a talented Syracuse team in the first round of the WNIT.
Kent State and Toledo sweep their first MAC series of the season, but it’s about who has played who this early.
Three of the league’s top teams will see their seasons live on in the WNIT.
The Golden Flashes travel to Albany, New York, to face the Big Ten’s Indiana Hoosiers in the first round action of the Midwest region.
The Golden Flashes stepped on the gas late to soar past the Rockets and win the MAC Tournament Championship.
Rob Senderoff’s squad had a pair of big runs and fended off a resilient Zips team to secure a second straight trip to the MAC Tournament Championship Game.