Indoor track and field season is well underway and the Spartans are taking on the University of Michigan Wolverines this weekend.
The Michigan State gymnastics team is still in search of their first victory after Friday night’s effort against No. 4 Michigan. This was the team’s first away meet of the season. The final score of the meet was 196.800 – 193.900 and was a 1.15 increase from the Spartan’s previous meet.
The Spartans started out on the uneven bars for the first time this season. It turned out to be to MSU’s advantage as they posted a 48.675, which was their highest score of the season. Spartan Lisa Burt led the event with a season-high 9.8. Also, Ashley Noll posted her career high score of 9.750 and Michigan’s Joanna Sampson won the event with a 9.975.
This week Hayes and Hayleigh Geurink talk about the Spartan’s status at the halfway mark of the Big Ten season.
Women’s water polo season has kicked off as host Max King sits down with the team to preview a season of high expectations.
Hear why Nationals will not be held in East Lansing anymore and what a victory over the University of Michigan will mean to this 2014 team.
Michigan State’s wrestling team (5-8 overall, 0-5 Big Ten) play host to the No. 1 ranked Penn State Nittany Lions (11-0, 5-0) on Friday.
The Spartans are coming off a home loss to No. 15 Illinois on Sunday and are looking to gain their first victory in the Big Ten.
Five Spartans scored in double digits in their 71-67 win against Wisconsin on Thursday. They are now 6-2 in conference play and remain in second place in the Big Ten.
Guard Kiana Johnson, who missed the last game due to personal issues, came off of the bench and contributed 11 points, four assists and one block. In the last two games she played, she was 2-20 from the field. Tonight she was 4-8.
The Spartans (13-7, 5-2) will take on the Wisconsin Badgers (9-10, 2-5) tonight at 7 p.m. at the Breslin Center.
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The No. 7 Michigan State Spartans (18-2, 7-1) are on the road once again headed to Iowa City, Iowa, to take on the No. 15 Iowa Hawkeyes (16-4, 5-2) at the Carver-Hawkeye Arena.
Michigan State comes into this game after suffering a tough loss to Michigan, yet still being undefeated on the road.
In the Spartans last game against the No. 10 Michigan Wolverines, they fell short, 80-75.
Michigan State’s wrestling team came into this weekend with two matches versus two top squads.
On Friday, the Spartans ventured into the hostile territory of Ann Arbor, Mich. and faced off against the No. 12 Wolverines of the University of Michigan. The Spartans ended up losing the match by a score of 26-6, however they got two notable victories at 197 and 285 pounds.
The No.15 Fighting Illini visited Jenison Field House Sunday afternoon for a battle against Michigan State wrestling. Spartan senior Mike McClure and junior Nick McDiarmid led MSU in the 29-6 defeat.
It was a jam-packed weekend for the Michigan State wrestling team. In episode No. 2 of Pinned Down, host Nick Carver talks with Spartan heavyweight Mike McClure about his recent victory over former No. 1 ranked Adam Coon of Michigan
Carver also recaps the weekend matchups with the the No. 15 Wolverines on the road Friday and the No. 12 Fighting Illini at home on Sunday. Later, he previews the upcoming meet versus Penn State on Friday at Jenison Field House in East Lansing.
Scott Moore, the voice of Michigan State hockey, joins Behind the Mask host David Defever in studio to talk about his experiences calling outdoor games, including the most recent Great Lakes Invitational.
The two also discuss this weekend’s series between Michigan State and No. 14 Michigan as well as what the Spartans need to do in order to gain success during the remainder of their season.
Coming off a weekend sweep against the No. 6 Grand Valley State Lakers, the Division I Lady Spartans were looking to continue their winning ways against Central Michigan.
In Saturday’s contest at Munn Ice Arena, the Spartans dominated the play up and down the ice and defeated the Chippewas, 16-1, with all but two players gaining a point.
The Lady Spartans welcomed the Central Michigan Chippewas to East Lansing this past weekend for a two-game series. Michigan State dominated the play in both games and came away with another weekend sweep, defeating CMU 16-1 and 17-3.
After losing two straight games, the Spartans found their way back to winning, defeating the Ohio State Buckeyes, 82-68. MSU has won their first four Big Ten road games for the second time in program history.
Freshman Tori Jankoska led MSU and also tied her season-high with 25 points. Fifteen of those points came from three-pointers. She only missed twice from behind the arc.
Entering Saturday night’s game, both No. 3 Michigan State and No. 21 Michigan were undefeated in conference play. Michigan’s Nik Stauskas lead the Wolverines to a 80-75 victory over the Spartans with 19 points. The Wolverines have won five of seven in the series after losing 18 of 21.
After back-to-back losses at home, the Michigan State Spartans (12-7, 4-2) go back on the road to play Ohio State (13-9, 3-3).
The Spartans’ last meeting with Ohio State ended in a 67-60 loss. They have not beaten the Buckeyes since February 21, 2010.