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Phoenix falter at home in WNIT

The Green Bay Phoenix saw a 13-point advantage disappear in the fourth quarter as the Kent State Golden Flashes escaped the Kress Center Thursday night with a 64-59 win in the first round of the Women's NIT. The Phoenix carried an eight-point advantage in the final minutes of the fourth quarter, but the Golden Flashes' Megan Carter hit a three to give Kent State a lead they would not give up. Laken James scored 11 points and Jen Wellnitz added nine points in their senior farewell to the home crowd. The bad luck in the WNIT continues for the Phoenix as their losing streak in the postseason tournament now stands at five games.

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