He has made 16-straight NCAA Tournaments, and has six Final Four appearances, three Big Ten Tournament Championships and one National Championship under his belt. What makes this year any different from all the others? Read More…
The Spartans squared off against the Portland Pilots on Monday night as part of the Coaches vs. Cancer Classic. After surviving a scare against Columbia on Friday, Coach Izzo decided to shake up the starting lineup.
Alex Gauna and Denzel Valentine started in place of Branden Dawson and Matt Costello. Dawson had eight points and seven rebounds against Columbia, and Costello failed to score in only 10 minutes of action. Read More…
Michigan State Men’s Club Soccer team is hoping to reach Phoenix this November to play for another national championship. Last year, the club team won the national championship in Memphis, TN. The Spartans finished the 2013 regular season unbeaten with a record of 8-0-2. Read More…
EAST LANSING, Mich. – As the clock struck noon on Monday, 27 men’s soccer players and their head coach eagerly waited to see where their 12-5-3 record would place them in the NCAA tournament.
It took nine minutes for the Spartans to get that answer, but that eagerness quickly turned into cheers as they saw that they earned an 11 seed.
MSU Football clinched at least a share of the Big Ten Legends Division title on Saturday against the Nebraska Cornhuskers.
Quarterback Connor Cook and the Spartans finally defeated Nebraska, for their first win ever in the Boneyard. The panel discusses the big win, MSU’s Big Ten title hopes, and the team’s strengths and weaknesses.
Michigan State (12-4-3, 4-2-1 Big Ten) and Indiana (7-11-2, 2-4-0) played as two equivalent teams Sunday, as expected in the Big Ten Tournament finale.
What was not expected was that something as trivial as the wind ended up becoming a substantial part of the game and dictated the final score.
Coming off a great win on Thursday, the Spartan ladies came out ready to take on another victory. The Dayton Flyers were a tough opponent, but the Spartan women won 96-89 in a Sunday afternoon game.
The Spartans started off a little weak with Dayton scoring high in the start of the game, but started to work the defense. Read More…
LINCOLN, Nebraska – Nebraska was the only Big Ten opponent Michigan State had never defeated going into Saturday’s matchup between the top two teams in the Legends Division. Read More…
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…
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.
MSU Dodgeball was firing on all cylinders late Thursday night at I.M. Circle, in their last practice before hosting a six team tournament this weekend.
The Spartans, who lost to Grand Valley in the National Championship last season, are looking to get back to the top of their game. After three tough outings early this season, the Spartans are winless. But hope to get back to championship caliber play they are accustomed to.
A battle for the Legends Division title is on the line as Michigan State travels to Lincoln, Nebraska to take on the Cornhuskers.
In their 2013-14 season home opener, Michigan State destroyed Canisius College, defeating the Golden Griffins 102-54 on Thursday night.
Coming off a loss to Notre Dame, the Lady Spartans were eager to play on their home court.
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…
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 Columbia Lions visit the Breslin Center on Friday night at 9 p.m., as part of the Coaches vs. Cancer Classic. Here is a quick rundown on the Lions as they prepare to take on the Spartans: Read More…
On the first episode of Behind the Mask, host David Defever and his guest Lou Divizio recap MSU men’s and women’s hockey, along with predictions leading up to the Great Lakes Invitational.
The Spartans may not have ended up with the best recruiting class on paper. But in the end, Izzo was more than pleased with the players who signed.