Men’s Sports

Spartans Survive Columbia

In what was supposed to be a victory lap following a win against the No. 1 team in the nation, Michigan State struggled to defeat the Columbia University Lions 62-53 Friday night.

The Spartans started the game on a 9-0 run, but struggled to get out in transition for much of the game, with scoring on the fast break. State only had 10 fast break points on the game. Columbia led 26-22 at the half. Read More…

Men’s Swim and Dive Fall to Notre Dame

MSU vs. Notre Dame (Men only) Complete Results

SOUTH BEND, IND.–A deeply talented Notre Dame swim and dive program held off the Spartans Friday night 197-103 at Rolfs Aquatic Center.

The Fighting Irish came out blazing as they placed first, second and third in the 200 medley relay, with the winning relay going 1:30.54.

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MSU Wrestling Kicks Off Season

MSU Wrestling looks to kick off a successful season in Ypsilanti, at Eastern Michigan’s first annual EMU Duals. Half of Eastern Michigan’s Bowen Field House will host an individual tournament, while the other half will be a team dual format.

The Spartans’ schedule starts at 11 a.m. on Saturday versus No. 6 Oregon State Beavers, followed by Utah Valley, Gardner-Webb, and Drexel in that order. Read More…

Pool Time – #6 – 11/15/13

How about that new intro? Fancy, right?

Men’s water polo season is officially over as UCLA claims the 2013 national title. Host Max King breaks down the national tournament and reflects on the successful season Michigan State had, and looks to the beginning of women’s season in February.

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Walk the Line – #11 – 11/14/13

Ours go to 11!

Dan Krier is joined on Walk the Line Episode 11 by the enthusiastic Anthony Serafino (host of “The Pact” every Monday on Impact Sports), who helps break down the upcoming Michigan State @ Nebraska football game this Saturday in Lincoln, NE (MSU = -6.5…whoa!).

Max King chimes in as well as the guys lament the temporary absence of Ryan Smith and his sports-picking wizardry. Read More…

The Pact – #5 – 11/11/13

MSU women’s field hockey took home the Big Ten Championship Sunday and claimed a position in the NCAA Tournament.

Junior forward Allie Ahern visits the show and discusses her team’s success to this point and previews the NCAA tournament, which the Spartans begin Wednesday, in East Lansing.

Lupe Izzo, wife of MSU Head Basketball Coach Tom Izzo, gives her opinion of this year’s Spartan Squad, provides her insight on the Spartan head coach, and shares some personal stories from her years in the MSU family.

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The Big Bear is Back

EAST LANSING, Mich. – It wouldn’t be a rivalry game between Michigan and Michigan State without drama, and there was plenty of drama on the pitch Saturday.

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Spartans Win Tune-Up

Michigan State won their first regular season game of the 2013 season 98-56 against McNeese State University.

The Spartans got off to a slow start in the first half with McNeese St. briefly leading in the first four minutes of the half. Michigan State’s offense started working when the team started scoring on transition. They scored 40 fast break points in the game. Read More…

Opinion: Why You Should Be A Michigan Fan This Weekend…Temporarily

Rivalry between Michigan and Michigan State is always very heated, and things came to a head last Saturday as the in-state rivals matched up in East Lansing.

Much to the chagrin of the maize and blue fans, it came up all Spartans Saturday afternoon, as the Michigan State defense paced the team to a resounding 29-6 victory.

The Paul Bunyan trophy returned to East Lansing along with bragging rights for Spartan fans, but now it is time to look forward. Read More…

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