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Memorial Athletic and Convocation Center
(6,327 Capacity)

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Kent, Ohio

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NCAA Division I Basketball Mens

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29 Jan 22 Bowling Green  -  Kent State
02 Feb 22 Miami-Ohio  -  Kent State
05 Feb 22 Kent State  -  Eastern Michigan
09 Feb 22 Kent State  -  Bowling Green
13 Feb 22 Akron  -  Kent State

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26 Jan 22 Kent State  75 - 64  Western Michigan
22 Jan 22 Buffalo  64 - 51  Kent State
19 Jan 22 Eastern Michigan  47 - 56  Kent State
15 Jan 22 Kent State  67 - 55  Akron
12 Jan 22 Kent State  63 - 65  Northern Illinois

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The Kent State Golden Flashes men's basketball team represents Kent State University in Kent, Ohio, United States. The Golden Flashes compete in National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) at the Division I level as a member of the Mid-American Conference (MAC) East Division. The team was founded in 1913 and played their first intercollegiate game in January 1915. They joined the Mid-American Conference in 1951 and have played in the East division since the MAC went to the divisional format in 1997. Home games are held at the Memorial Athletic and Convocation Center, which opened in 1950 and is one of the oldest arenas in college basketball. Rob Senderoff was hired as head coach in 2011, the 24th coach in the program's history.

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The Memorial Athletic and Convocation Center, often referred to as the MAC Center and the MACC, is a multi-purpose arena on the campus of Kent State University in Kent, Ohio, United States. The building is primarily used as an athletic venue that is home to five Kent State Golden Flashes varsity athletic teams, including the men's basketball and women's basketball teams. The arena also hosts women's volleyball, women's gymnastics, and wrestling as well as commencement exercises, speakers, and concerts throughout the year. The building houses the offices of the Kent State Athletic Department and the coaches of each of the university's varsity athletic teams.



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