Florida Gulf Coast, the nation’s No. 4 mid-major team made 9 of 18 thre- point shots and 10 of 35 overall in the first half to build a 26-point lead over Kent State and went on to an 80-62 victory over the Flashes Friday.
KSU actually outscored the Eagles in the second half but never got closer than 15 points.
Jordan Korinek, Kent’s leading scorer, picked up two fouls in the game’s first 90 seconds and played just 20 minutes. She still scored 19 points. Ali Poole had 11 points, and McKenna Stephens had 10 rebounds.
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