COACH: Rob Senderoff
2013-14 RECORD: 16-16 overall (7-11 MAC, Lost to Miami in the first round of the MAC Tournament)
2014-15 NON CONFERENCE RECORD: 9-4
By EVAN MEYER
OVERALL: The Golden Flashes were picked to finish third in the Eastern Division (behind Akron and Ohio) this season. They started the campaign winning their first four games before losing two straight at home (to Yale in the championship game of the Men against Breast Cancer Classic and then to Loyola Chicago. They rebounded from those losses to win four straight games -- three of them coming on the road -- before losing at Texas-El Paso in the Championship Game of the Don Haskins classic and then at nationally ranked Kansas before a victory over Texas-Pan American
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DISAPPOINTMENTS: KSU is shooting just 57.4 percent from the free throw line…Senior guard Kris Brewer has been spotty both offensively and defensively and has come off the bench in recent games…Craig Brown, a fifth year senior from Rutgers, has had a hard time getting up to speed on KSU basketball and his struggles have been curtailing his minutes
HIGH MARK: Starting the season 4-0 with wins over Youngstown State, Malone, Southern Illinois and Illinois-Chicago
LOW MARK: Losing a second half lead to Yale on November 23, followed by an uncompetitive performance against Loyola Chicago in the next game.
NOTEBOOK: Head coach Rob Senderoff has won at least nine non-conference games twice during his three-year tenure at KSU…The Flashes are 14th in all of Division I, allowing the opposition just 40.6 percent from the field…KSU is averaging 12.2 offensive rebounds per game…Senior guard Derek Jackson passed the 1,000 point mark for his collegiate career against Loyola Chicago.