Senior guard Carlton Guyton dribbles toward the basket during a game against Cleveland State.
Senior guard Carlton Guyton dribbles toward the basket during a game against Cleveland State.
Guard Michael Porrini makes his way down the court during a game against Cleveland State.
Guard Michael Porrini makes his way down the court during a game against Cleveland State.
Fans of the Kent State Golden Flashes cheer on the team during a game against Cleveland State.
Fans of the Kent State Golden Flashes cheer on the team during a game against Cleveland State.
Kent State Golden Flashes head coach Rob Senderoff, in his first year as head coach, gestures to his team during a game against Cleveland State.
Kent State Golden Flashes head coach Rob Senderoff, in his first year as head coach, gestures to his team during a game against Cleveland State.
Kent State cheerleaders fire up a sold-out crowd at the Memorial Athletic and Convocation Center during a game against Cleveland State.
Kent State cheerleaders fire up a sold-out crowd at the Memorial Athletic and Convocation Center during a game against Cleveland State.
  • Senior guard Carlton Guyton dribbles toward the basket during a game against Cleveland State.
  • Guard Michael Porrini makes his way down the court during a game against Cleveland State.
  • Fans of the Kent State Golden Flashes cheer on the team during a game against Cleveland State.
  • Kent State Golden Flashes head coach Rob Senderoff, in his first year as head coach, gestures to his team during a game against Cleveland State.
  • Kent State cheerleaders fire up a sold-out crowd at the Memorial Athletic and Convocation Center during a game against Cleveland State.
Intercollegiate Athletics

Kent State topped Shawnee State 90-65 in final non-conference game on Jan. 2. Kent State travels to Buffalo for the start of Mid-American Conference play on Saturday, Jan. 7. Tune into WNIR 100.1 FM to follow the action live.

The Kent State Golden Flashes were fresh off a six-game road swing that included stops in Virginia, North Carolina, Utah and Arkansas.

Admission is free for all Kent State students. Show your friends from other colleges and universities what the excitement of Kent State basketball is all about. Any non-Kent State student with a college ID in town over break can get in for only $5. For more information, contact the Kent State Athletics Ticket Office at 330-672-2244.

For more information about this game, visit http://www.kentstatesports.com/sports/mbkb/2011-12/releases/20120102ghjr2p.

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