Jordan Korinek scored a career high for the second game in a row as Kent State defeated Malone Sunday, 73-59.
Korinek, who had 22 against Minnesota Tuesday, made 12 of 18 shots and had eight rebounds.
Chelsi Watson, Kent’s other starting forward, also had a career-high 18 on 9 of 10 shooting.
Other than Watson and Korinek, though, it was a relatively pedestrian game for the Flashes against the Division II Pioneers (2-3).
Kent State had 18 turnovers. It made 28 of 33 field goal attempts, mostly because of Korinek and Watson. The Flashes were 3 for 14 on three-pointers.
Malone, which had made 38 percent of its three-pointers going into the game, was 5 of 27.
Kent State is now 2-3 on the season.