Michigan State continued their home dominance with a win against No. 58 Nebraska. The 4-3 win marked the Spartans first conference win.
“We knew we had to start the winning ways if we were going to try and make a run,” said MSU head coach Gene Orlando. “I’m really proud of how the guys fought.”
Michigan State’s men’s tennis team travels to Lexington, Ky. to take on No. 17 Kentucky on Sunday.
The Spartans (4-3) swept a home doubleheader last week, 7-0, against Ball State and Eastern Illinois.