Moving on


Football team advances to the FCS Quarterfinals

KENNESAW, Ga. (Nov 27, 2017) —           


Football: Second Round

Moving on! Owls Advance to the FCS Quarterfinals

The Kennesaw State defense held No. 3 Jacksonville State to 54 yards of offense in the second half, shutting out the Gamecocks over the final 30 minutes of action to help push past JSU, 17-7, at Burgess-Snow Field Saturday afternoon in the second round of the NCAA Division-I FCS Playoffs.

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Football: First Round

Owls Open Playoffs With 28-17 Victory Over Samford

Junior QB Chandler Burks threw a pair of touchdown passes to Justin Sumpter, and the Kennesaw State offense rolled up 383 yards of total offense to lead the 16th-ranked Owls to a 28-17 victory over No. 14 Samford in the opening round of the NCAA Division I FCS Playoffs Saturday at Fifth Third Bank Stadium.

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Volleyball: NCAA Bound

Owls Draw Oregon in Opening Round of NCAA Tournament

The Kennesaw State volleyball team found out they will be playing Oregon in the opening round of the NCAA Tournament on Friday, December 1 at 6 p.m. EST. during the NCAA Selection Show.

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Football: Big South Champs

Owls Post 52-21 Victory Over Monmouth to win Big South Title and Earn FCS Playoff Berth

Big South ChampionsJunior QB Chandler Burks rushed for a career-high four touchdowns and threw for another to lead Kennesaw State to a 52-21 victory over Monmouth Saturday afternoon at Fifth Third Bank Stadium as the Owls captured their first Big South Conference title and secured an automatic berth to the NCAA Division I FCS Playoffs.

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Volleyball: Owls Punch Ticket to NCAA Tournament

First ASUN Tournament Championship in Program History

Atlantic Sun ChampionsKennesaw State punched its ticket in the NCAA Tournament after defeating FGCU in straight sets in the ASUN Championship. It's the first time in Kennesaw State volleyball history they have won the ASUN Tournament.

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