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Senior forward Justin Greene had 13 points and 10 rebounds to lead Kent State (8-1) to a come-from-behind 67-58 win against Saint Peter's (2-8) here Tuesday in the opening game of the 2011 Athletes In Action Classic, sponsored by Gossner Foods.
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Dec 20, 7:30 PM | Dee Glen Smith Spectrum
Saint Peter's Peacocks vs Kent State Golden Flashes Odds
The Kent State Golden Flashes will try to pay off for their supporters on Tuesday when they play host to the Peacocks at Dee Glen Smith Spectrum in NCAAB action.
The game is being played at Dee Glen Smith Spectrum, which makes it technically a neutral...
Dec 22, 10:05 PM | Dee Glen Smith Spectrum
Kent State Golden Flashes vs Utah State Aggies Odds
The Aggies will try to cover the spread at Dee Glen Smith Spectrum on Thursday when they get a visit from the Kent State Golden Flashes in college basketball action.
The Aggies currently sports a 7-5 record overall in NCAAB action, and have posted a corresponding...
LaMarcus Reed scored a game-high 22 points including a three-pointer with six seconds to play to lift UT Arlington over Kent State, 74-73, in game three of the Athletes In Action Classic, sponsored by Gossner Foods here Wednesday.
Justin Greene has 13 points and 10 rebounds while Randal Holt has 12 points for the Golden Flashes.
Following a long break from competition, the Northern Illinois wrestling team returns to action Wednesday afternoon when they face Kent State, Cleveland State and Cumberland in a quadrangular meet inside Victor E. Court.
The Baldwin-Wallace men, led by Kyle Payne's 16 points and seven rebounds, defeat Hendrix.
Randal Holt has 20 points and Carlton Guyton 18 for the Golden Flashes, who suffer their second loss of the season.
Akron's men's team hosts North Carolina A&T, while the Kent State women host Northeastern.