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Michigan State Stumbles against Minnesota

The Michigan State men’s tennis team lost their last away game of the season 5-2 to Minnesota, bringing their road record to 1-11.

The Spartans (9-13, 3-6) split their weekend series against Minnesota and Wisconsin. Michigan State will close the regular season portion of their schedule this upcoming weekend.

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Spartans Split Big Ten Double Dual

Michigan State women’s rowing had an uneven Saturday in Belleville, Mich., splitting its double dual race and falling to No. 15 Wisconsin in the morning, but beating the Minnesota Gophers in the afternoon.

In winning the two novice eight events against Wisconsin, the Spartans started out the day strong. The novice eight won their event by nearly a full length. The second novice eight had a tighter race against the Badgers, but ended up winning by a half length and posting the best time of the day.

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Lacrosse Falls to Division Foe Davenport in Overtime

The No. 8 Michigan State University men’s lacrosse team dropped a crucial division game to No. 19 Davenport by a score of 9-8 in overtime.

The game was decided with 2:50 left in overtime as Davenport midfielder Nate Adkins set up teammate Chapin White for the winning goal.

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Baseball Rebounds from Tough Loss to Win Series against Purdue

The Spartans looked to come back from a disappointing loss on Friday in extra innings. Michigan State took on Purdue in a doubleheader Saturday, looking to improve its Big Ten record to above .500.

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Spartans Grind out Victory

The Michigan State men’s tennis team defeated No. 74 Wisconsin in Madison, Wis. on Friday, snapping their two-game losing streak.

Michigan State (9-12, 3-5) swept the doubles matches, which usually is a good sign for the Spartans. MSU has a 9-1 record when they win the doubles point.

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Lax Attack – #2 – 4/12/14

Lax Attack host Tyler Beck and fellow lacrosse beat reporter Justin Sienkowski have MSU men’s lacrosse captains Mike Klaus (left) and Matt Allemang (right) in studio.

The guys discuss the upcoming game against rival Davenport University, how the season has gone so far, and the team’s 5K run that will benefit the Wounded Warriors Project. Read More…

Close Game Escapes Sparty

Michigan State began its first Big Ten home series against the Purdue Boilermakers with its ace on the mound whom in his last outing flirted with perfection through five innings. In Friday’s outing however, he flirted with disaster.

Mick VanVossen gave up two early runs in the game, and the Spartans never really seemed to be able to recover. They made multiple mental mistakes and could not come through in the clutch with runners in scoring position.

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Spartans Set to Host Rival Davenport

Ralph Young Field and the No. 4 Michigan State Spartans will play host to rival No. 20 Davenport University in a key men’s lacrosse MCLA conference matchup.

The Spartans (9-2, 4-0) are currently a game ahead of the Panthers (6-3, 3-0) in the Central Collegiate Lacrosse Association Standings.

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Rowing Club Prepares for Lubbers Cup

As the team continues its relentless march, the Michigan State men’s crew club will be preparing to race in the 19th annual Don Lubbers Cup Regatta this weekend on Saturday, April 12. This will be MSU’s sixth race of the season, and third of the spring.

During their last outing in the Cincinnati Regatta, the varsity eight finished second behind Cincinnati by three seconds in the final race.

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A Split Weekend for MSU Track and Field

Michigan State track and field are splitting up.

At least for this weekend’s competition.

The majority of the sprinters, pole vaulters, vertical jumpers and throwers will be heading south to Knoxville, Tenn. for the Tennessee Relays. Meanwhile, the distance group and some younger athletes will stay close to home for the Siena Heights Invitational in Adrian, Mich.

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Impact Izzone – 4/10

It is all over.

Hayes and Blake discuss their sadness to the end of the NCAA Tournament and give their take on the championship game. They also look ahead to next year for the Spartans and what needs to improve for another run in the Tournament.

The sadness that is felt over the end of the basketball season is nothing compared to the sadness felt over the loss of young Lacey Holsworth this week. Read More…

Michigan State Remembers Lacey Holsworth at Rock

Several hundred Michigan State students gathered at the Rock on Michigan State’s campus Wednesday night to honor 8-year-old Lacey Holsworth, who lost her battle with cancer the night before.

Holsworth, affectionately known as “Princess Lacey,” developed a special relationship with MSU basketball senior Adreian Payne. The two met when the basketball team made a visit to the hospital that Holsworth had been staying at. Their friendship grew quickly to the point where Payne had begun calling her his “little sister.”

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Walk the Line: 2014 NCAA Tourney Wrap-Up – UConn’s Covering Conquerors

Connecticut’s run to the 2014 NCAA Men’s Basketball National Championship was nothing short of spectacular. Plus…they covered the spread every game!

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Spartans’ Sloppy Play Leads to Lopsided Loss against CMU

The Spartans came into their Tuesday matchup against Central Michigan with a seven-game winning streak and their heads held high. However, after a sloppy game full of mistakes, they left with a one-game losing streak and a bad taste in their mouth.

“The way we played today is unacceptable,” MSU head coach Jake Boss Jr. said.  “It’s as embarrassing of a loss I think I’ve had here at Michigan State”

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And the Award Goes To…

The Division-I Lady Spartan hockey team’s season came to an end this past March in Delaware.

Michigan State earned a bid to nationals where they competed for a championship during the tournament, but unfortunately came up short.

The Spartans failed to advance to the semi-finals after losing their first two games (5-1 to Miami of Ohio and 4-3 to Rhode Island.) In their third and final game of the tournament, MSU defeated Michigan 4-3 in overtime.

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