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ASUN Alters Weekend Basketball Schedule
Due to recent positive COVID tests across the league, the ASUN made changes to both the KSU women's and men's basketball schedules. Both teams will make up postponed games against N. Florida this weekend.Show More
Jones Sets Career High in Owls’ Pillage of Vikings
The Owls hosed Berry College Saturday and put on a scoring clinic in their 86-36 triumph. Stacie Jones set a new career-high 17 points as reigning ASUN Freshman of the Week got her 2nd double-double.Show More
Stacie Jones Named ASUN Freshman of the Week
Kennesaw State's Stacie Jones earned the first honor of her career as she was named ASUN Freshman of the Week scoring 8 points in each of the Owls' games against Liberty.Show More
KSU to Host ASUN Women’s Basketball Championship
Format changes to the ASUN 2021 Men's & Women's Hoops Championships. Men's will be March 3-7 in Jacksonville, Fla., while Women's comes to Kennesaw March 10-14.Show More
Owls’ Strong First Half Not Enough to Fight Off Flames
A 12-0 fourth-quarter run keyed the Lady Flames' hard-fought 60-50 victory over KSU at the Convocation Center.
It completed Liberty's sweep of the
two-game weekend series.
Owls Struggle to
Put Out the Flames
The Owls started their home campaign in the ASUN against a strong Liberty team. The Flames kept KSU at bay for the duration of the game in
the 76-59 loss.
Women’s Basketball Signs Three Players to 2021 Class
The class features Amaris Baker from Philadelphia, PA and Cardinal O’Hare HS, Prencis Harden from Swainsboro, GA and Emanuel County Institute and Khya Hough from New York City.Show More
Kennesaw State Owls 2020-2021 Women's Basketball Schedule/Results
Overall 44, ASUN Conference 0-4; Home 4-2, Away 0-2 (9th Place)
Kennesaw State Campus Sports Composite Schedule
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Berenato Taking Leave of Absence; Head Named
Interim Head Coach
On Sept. 28, 2019, KSU women's basketball head coach Agnus Berenato announced she was starting her battle with Breast Cancer. Now the 33-year coaching vet takes a leave of absence after a recent surgery.Show More
Inside The Nest:
Spring Ball In The Fall
On Episode 53 of "Inside The Nest", host Nolan Alexander explores the start of KSU's fall practices ahead of the spring 2021 season. Wide receiver Caleb O'Neal, head coach Brian Bohannon, and defensive lineman Desmond Scott
join the show
Soccer's 2021 Conference Slate Revealed
Kennesaw State will face four opponents in spring of 2021 for both a home and away match. The Owls are slated to the North Division of schools along with newcomer Bellarmine, Liberty, Lipscomb, and North Alabama. This year's ASUN lid-lifter is set for Feb. 28 in Nashville.Show More
ASUN Announces 2020-21 Men's Hoops Conference Slate
Each of the nine teams slated to play a 16-game home-and-home schedule. The Kennesaw State men's basketball team will ring in the new year in the Sunshine State as the Owls kick-off league play against FGCU (Jan. 2) before wrapping up the weekend at Stetson (Jan. 4).Show More
ASUN Announces 2021 Spring Volleyball Schedule
Nne teams will be splitting up into North and South Divisions. KSU, Liberty, Lipscomb, North Alabama and newcomers Bellarmine make up the North Division with Florida-based schools FGCU, Jacksonville, North Florida and Stetson playing in the South Division.Show More
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