The Kent State University baseball team scored three runs in the bottom of the seventh and three more in the bottom of the eighth to come from behind and defeat Niagara 8-4 Tuesday in Kent.
The Golden Flashes (24-16) trailed 4-2 in the seventh inning when Evan Campbell scored on a sacrifice fly by Jason Bagoly. The Flashes took the lead on the next at-bat on a two-run homer by Nick Hamilton.
The Flashes added three more in the eighth on RBI doubles by T.J. Sutton and Hamilton and an RBI single by David Lyon.
Jeff Revesz also had two RBI and Jimmy Ryder had two hits for the Flashes.
Starting pitcher Tim Faix worked 4⅔ innings and gave up three runs on five hits in the no decision. Reliever Michael Clark worked 1⅓ and earned his first win of the season.