Men’s Sports

Fully Healed Spartans Take on Illini

The calendar has turned to March and Michigan State basketball hopes it brings the usual Izzo March magic.

The Spartans look to end the season on a roll as they face the University of Illinois Saturday afternoon in East Lansing. The Spartans have not won consecutive games since late January.

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Riding out the Storm

It is clear that we are now in the dark days of the MSU hockey rebuilding process. Offense has been scarce, close games have slipped away and many are becoming frustrated.

“These are the times that try men’s souls,” Thomas Paine once wrote, and that quote is as true today as it was nearly 250 years ago.

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Last Leg — #3 — 2/28/14

It is Big Ten week for track and field and the Spartans are heading to the famed SPIRE Institution to take on the rest of the Big Ten conference.

In the third episode of Last Leg, Alexa McCarthy breaks down some of the top teams in the conference and their athletes to watch out for.

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Spartans Open Big Ten Competition versus Bitter Rivals

Michigan State (5-5) travels to Ann Arbor, Mich. Friday night to take on the Michigan Wolverines (5-4).

“It’s special (playing against Michigan),” head coach Gene Orlando said. “They bring out a certain level of focus in our guys.”

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Big Ten Title Hopes Fading Fast

With Sunday’s 79-70 loss at the hands of the Wolverines, Michigan State is virtually eliminated from one seed contention for the tournament. The Spartans dropped five spots to No. 18 in both polls this week while Michigan moved up four places to No. 16. With only three games remaining in the season, MSU must focus on their own play, not what everyone is doing around them.

In Joe Lunardi’s latest bracketology, he has the Spartans down to a three seed. With only three games left in the regular season, MSU needs to focus on winning out for any chance at a Big Ten regular season title. The Spartans are one game back in the loss column from Michigan, who has a much easier end to the regular season.

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Secret Society – #2 – 2/26/14

Bradley Allen sat down with four members of Michigan State Quidditch for episode two of Secret Society.

President Mel Walker and head coach Ian Hoopingarner explain how they got involved with Quidditch as well as what they ate for breakfast. Public Relations Coordinator Maggie Hermanson and Intramural Coordinator Kevin Fennell talk about the upcoming intramural season, two upcoming tournaments and give an inside scoop to what goes on in the quidditch community.

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Wolverines Overwhelm Michigan State

In a game that was truly a tale of two halves, the No. 20 Michigan Wolverines defeated No. 13 Michigan State 79-70 Sunday afternoon, to take full control of the top spot in the Big Ten.

The Spartans started off well, never trailing in the first half after Michigan led 4-2. MSU led by five in the closing seconds of the first half when Caris LeVert hit a three as time expired, to pull the Wolverines within two at the break.

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Spartans Look to Take down Rivaled Wolverines in Weekend Showdown

The No. 13 Michigan State Spartans (22-5, 11-3) are headed to Ann Arbor, Mich. to battle against the rivaled No. 20 Michigan Wolverines (18-7, 10-3).

Not only is school pride on the line, but a chance at winning the conference title is on the line as well.

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Men’s Lacrosse Season Preview: Spartans Look to Continue Winning Ways

Expectations are rising for the Michigan State University men’s lacrosse team, and that has never been a bad thing.

“When you play at MSU, you don’t lose a weak game and you make the national tournament,” men’s lacrosse head coach Brandon Schwind said.

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Walk the Line – #21 – 2/21/14

Who’s that filling in for Ryan Smith on this week’s Walk the Line? None other than Impact Sports founder Alex Scharg!

Dan Krier & Alex discuss the previous two Michigan State Spartan men’s basketball games against Nebraska and Purdue, and then look forward to this Sunday’s gigantic matchup with the Michigan Wolverines in Ann Arbor. Is it payback time for Sparty, or will U of M put themselves on the path to a Big Ten Championship? Surely MSU will be underdogs, but by how much?

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Track and Field Coming off a Great Weekend

After a very successful campaign at the SPIRE Invite last weekend, MSU track and field is looking to use that momentum this weekend and in the upcoming Big Ten Indoor Championship.

“We saw a group of individuals with a great deal of purpose and as a result the outcome was pretty favorable…just an all around great performance,” assistant coach Randy Gillon said.

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Spartan Wrestlers Finish off Dual Season against No. 24 Chippewas

Riding a two-dual win streak, Michigan State’s wrestling team looks to finish their dual season on a high note against the No. 24 Central Michigan Chippewas.

The Spartans (7-10) are coming off a 40-0 shutout over Olivet College last Friday on the team’s senior day at Jenison Field House. MSU stacked up the style points in the Olivet dual with two falls and four major decisions, including four victories for all the Spartan seniors, two of which were pins.

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Spartans Shoot the Lights out in Win Over Purdue

Gary Harris and company hosted a shooting clinic in West Lafayette, Ind. on Thursday.

Michigan State started their game against Purdue on an unprecedented 11-14 streak from beyond the arc. Harris led the way for the Spartans with six three-pointers, finally breaking out of his shooting slump. He finished with 25 points, far surpassing his average of just over 13 points per game during his six-game shooting slump.

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Weekend Hockey Preview: Michigan State vs. No. 7 Wisconsin

With only three weekends left in the regular season the Michigan State Spartans (3-5-6-4) will face a tough challenge this weekend, traveling to take on the No. 7 Wisconsin Badgers (8-5-1-0) in Madison, Wis. The Badgers come into the series second in the Big Ten with 25 points, and ready to play their last home series of the season at the Kohl Center this Friday and Saturday.

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BREAKING NEWS: Kevin Cope Released from Philadelphia Union

According to an article by Jonathan Tannenwald of philly.com, former Michigan State defender Kevin Cope was released from the Philadelphia Union.

Cope was one of three players that was released from the Philadelphia Union. The other two were Robbie Derschang and Michael Seamon.

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