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Kent comes to the Stroh

There are only four games left in the regular season, and the men’s basketball team is projected to receive a 10 seed for the Mid-American Conference Tournament.

That seed would not only give them a road game for the first round, but at the moment it would put them up against Wednesday’s opponent, Kent State University.

The Golden Flashes are coming to the Stroh Center for a rematch with the Falcons after a 62-61 win at the M.A.C. Center. The Flashes were given the win after player Devareaux Manley hit a game winning three-pointer with .9 seconds left on the clock.

Since that game, the Falcons have been in three straight games that have come down to the last possession. They have only won one of those games. The last five of the Falcon’s games have been decided by a total of 10 points.

In that game, which took place on Feb. 12, Cameron Black had the best game of his career as he scored 18 points on 9-of-11 shooting, recorded nine rebounds and three blocks as well. Since that game, Black has averaged 12 points and 9.7 rebounds a game.

In that game, the Falcons got out to a 13-0 lead, but then committed four turnovers in five possessions and allowed the Golden Flashes back in the game. The Falcons committed 19 turnovers, but also forced 19 turnovers.

The difference in the game came in the second chance opportunities, and points as the Golden Flashes doubled the Falcons second chance points 16 to eight.

A win on Wednesday and a Miami loss will make a three-way tie at the bottom of the MAC East division with three games left.

Junior Richaun Holmes is just 11 blocks behind Otis Polk’s 159 for the most career blocks in school history.

As the season comes to an end, each win is important for the Falcons if they want to host a MAC Tournament game. A win on Wednesday at 7 p.m. will be a step in the right direction for them.

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