Kent State Golden Flashes Logo

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Kent State Golden Flashes stands for 19 men’s and women’s sports teams from the Kent State University in Ohio, USA. The teams compete in the First Division of the NCAA in various sports disciplines, including Basketball, Soccer, Golf, and many more.

Meaning and history

Kent State Golden Flashes logo history

1990 – 1999

Kent State Golden Flashes Logo-1990On the Kent State Golden Flashes logo (1990), the eagle had not only the head but the body and wings, too.

2000 – Today

Kent State Golden Flashes Logo

The eagle on the current logo is highly stylized. In fact, it is just the side view of an eagle’s head on a long neck. The neck looks like a flame or a lightning bolt. There is also a large blue “K” on the forefront, whereas the words “Kent State” can be seen below it.

Kent State Golden Flashes basketball

Kent State Golden Flashes basketball logo

The head coach of the women’s basketball team is Todd Starkey, the head coach of the men’s team is Rob Senderoff.

Kent State Golden Flashes baseball

Kent State Golden Flashes baseball logo

Kent State University formed its baseball team in 1914 under the name of the “Normal Nine.” As of 2019, they have 12 MAC East division titles, 15 MAC overall titles, 13 NCAA Tournament appearances, and one College World Series appearance.

What are Kent State Golden Flashes?
Kent State Golden Flashes is the name of an athletic program of the Kent State University, which consists of 19 men’s and women’s teams, competing in the National Collegiate Athletic Association in such kinds of sport as Gymnastics, Lacrosse, Track and Field, and many others.