Jalen Sullinger competes for a loose ball during second half versus Indiana


Kent State comes up short, falling 71-60 to Indiana in the First Round of the NCAA Division 1 Basketball Tournament. 

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Today’s Stories

Cathi and Rob Eberly, ’70, are just a few of the many long-time Kent State supporters who have made their way to Albay, New York for the NCAA Tournament. Their passion for the Golden Flashes goes well beyond wins and losses.

  • Chris Payton and Miryne Thomas committed to Kent State one day apart last April. While they didn’t know one another, they bonded as transfer players and have helped lead their team to March Madness.

  • There were smiles, laughter and a whole lot of dunks.

    The Kent State Golden Flashes used their allotted practice time at MVP Arena in Albany, New York, in a relaxed shootaround so that players could get accustomed to the venue's sight lines ahead of Friday's showdown with the Indiana Hoosiers in the NCAA Tournament.

    Players also took a few moments to sign autographs with fans and take a team photo. Head coach Rob Senderoff and players Sincere Carry and Malique Jacobs also spoke with the national press.

    This is Kent State's first trip to March Madness since 2017

  • Kent State’s 6’9” center with a deep, booming voice is an imposing force having earned a spot in the starting rotation during his freshman year, but spend a few moments with the team’s top big man — the oldest of seven children — and you’ll find him friendly and approachable.

In a Flash

Daffodil Hill, near the Victory Bell

Slowly, the Kent Campus is seeing its greenery return. 

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Once a day, catch a glimpse of Kent State University through the lenses of our various storytellers across campus. 

We hope you enjoy this unique, daily impression of life at Kent State!

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