Kent, Ohio- Ahead of the start of the 2020 athletic season, Kent State Athletics is excited to announce the release of the Go Flash app and the redesign of KentSportsSports.com powered by Side Arm Sports.
The Go Flashes app for all of Kent State Games is a “one stop shop” for fans. As part of our digital ticket initiative, fans will be able to exclusively follow their favorite Golden Flash group, listen to live and archived broadcasts, and access their tickets. In addition, the latest news, posts and updates will all “reflect” the news and social feedback found on KentSportsSports.com.
As part of the application, fans will have a direct connection to the Kent State Radio Network. Click the “Audio” button at the bottom of the screen to see a list of live and archived events. Fans can watch live events through the app, as well as through the app available on most car gaming devices.
“Flesh App” is available for free download by searching for “Kent State” on the Apple App Store and Google Play Store.
“We want the app to provide access to our fans now,” the athletics director said Joel Nielsen Said. “It helps us put together everything related to Sports Day and Golden Flash.”
The new site shows the department and the top five stories for each group (with links to archived stories). New to the site, fans will find social media feeds for specific teams and disciplines, as well as the unique “statistic leaders” feature for each team. Fans will find a joint schedule to see everything that happens that day at Kent State Athletics.
Adjusts the “responsive” site page to fit your screen, whether on a computer, laptop, tablet or mobile device.
“The redesigned website gives us a new, cleaner look,” Nielsen added. “The new features the site now offers will help expose our teams and student-athletes even more.”
Links are available to view and listen to live events on each team’s schedule page.
The 2020 Athletics Season kicks off on Wednesday, November 4 with a home football gameTh. Kent State will offer a kickoff at 6pm in East Michigan, the game will be broadcast on ESPN +, and can be listened to on the Kent State Radio Network.
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