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Niagara 82, Kent State 55

The Golden Flashes remain winless thanks to a second half in which Niagara pulled away with a 47-28 advantage. The shooting woes continue but the Purple Eagles outrebounded them decisively 40-24. Tamzin Barroilhet led KSU with 14 points on 10 shots, seven rebounds and three steals, and Trisha Krewson added 13 points and three steals.

The 0-7 Golden Eagles have another difficult task on Thursday at home against Temple.