Flashes beat Eastern Kentucky in overtime 65-57 to go 6-3

Naddiyah Cross hit a three-point shot at the end of regulation, and Kent State outscored 9-0 to start overtime as the Flashes beat Eastern Kentucky 65-57 Tuesday.

Cross had a career-high 19 points, and Merissa Barber-Smith had 15 rebounds, nine points and four blocked shots.

Kent State is now 6-3 and has won four games in a row. Eastern Kentucky is 2-5.

FULL STORY, INCLUDING INTERVIEWS WITH CROSS, BARBER-SMITH AND COACH TODD STARKEY TO COME.

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