Women’s Sports

MSU Drops to IPFW

The Spartans opened up December at home playing the IPFW Mastodons. MSU entered Sunday afternoon’s game with a five-game winning streak as well. But in the end, IPFW gave the Spartans a great fight and were ready to break the winning streak, as the Spartans lost 81-76.

“I think we kind of overlooked the team” redshirt freshman Aerial Powers said. Read More…

Spartans Earn Second at TYR Invitational

TYR Invitational complete meet results 

As the first semester comes to an end, the Spartan swimmers and divers ended on a high note, as both the men’s and women’s team finished in second place at the TYR Invitational at Northwestern University last weekend.

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Spartans’ WILLiams

After pushing through a sluggish start, the Spartans defeated Rice 81-68 Saturday night The Spartans struggled in the first half after forward Annalise Pickrel was taken out of the game for picking up two early fouls. Shortly after Pickrel left the court,  center Madison Williams made an appearance after missing all but three games in her three years at Michigan State due to an ACL injury.

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No. 17 Spartan Volleyball falls to No. 15 Wisconsin in four

Wisconsin (3):           22, 25, 25, 25
Michigan State (1):   25, 20, 21, 23

After splitting the past three weekends and falling one spot in the AVCA Top 25, Michigan State tried to increase their chances of getting a top 16 seed in the NCAA Tournament against No. 15 Wisconsin. Read More…

Preview: Cross Country

The Michigan State women’s cross country team is going to the NCAA National Championship this Saturday for the 15th year in a row. They will join men’s team runner Caleb Rhynard, who automatically qualified with a fourth place finish overall. The girls won a bid to the championships after placing third overall at the Great Lakes Regionals on Friday with a total of 73 points. 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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Spartans Head to Syracuse after Dominating Red Hawks

Michigan State hosted the Miami of Ohio Red Hawks this afternoon at Ralph Young Field and earned an NCAA bid. The Spartans shutout the Red Hawks 3-0, and will now travel to New York and play Syracuse this upcoming Saturday.

MSU fell to Miami earlier in the season losing 2-0, but turned the tables and dominated in all aspects of the field today. Spartans outshot the Red Hawks 21-6 and held Miami to zero shots in the first half.
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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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Women’s Swim and Dive Beats Grand Valley, Men Fall Short

Fast swimming was the theme Friday night at McCaffree Pool as the Michigan State women’s swimming and diving team defeated Grand Valley State 162-138, for their second-consecutive win. The men’s squad lost a close battle against the Lakers 166-134.

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