In the six games the Kent State lacrosse team has lost this season it has given up at least eight unanswered points in each. That trend continued Thursday as the Flashes lost to Central Michigan University, giving up eight straight goals in the first half and losing 21-14.
“Lacrosse is a game of runs,” coach Brianne Tierney said. “We need to have the confidence to say, ‘Okay, they’re going to go on a big run? Then we’re going to go on a run and come back.’”
KSU kept it close early in the first, only being down 6-5.