Photo: David Defever
By Derek Grantham
Impact Sports staff writer
The Michigan State defense did not allow a touchdown against South Florida on Saturday, and highlighted their dominance by returning two turnovers for touchdowns. However, the offensive struggles are a cause for concern in a 21-6 win.
The Michigan State women’s soccer team improved to 2-0 after earning a 5-2 victory over Milwaukee, September 1, in East Lansing.
The MSU offense was led by sophomore forwards Rachel Van Poppelen and Allyson Krause. Van Poppelen gave the Spartans an early lead in the ninth minute when she scored the game’s first goal off a ball served from junior Lisa Vogel.
The dynamic duo of hosts Alex Scharg and New Jersey’s finest Anthony “Fino” Serafino are back to kick off a new school year full of sports talk.
Michigan State University Swimming and Diving head coach Matt Gianiodis stops by the WDBM studios to talk about the upcoming season, his unusual path to coaching and Spartan swimming alumni making headlines around the world.
EAST LANSING—What do Kirk Cousins, Drew Nieztel and Chris Hill have in common with MSU swimmer Jacob Jarzen?
On this first episode of Pool Time with Max King, dive in to a pool of goals, high dives, and butterflys.
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