Jennifer Swanchara

No. 20 Spartans to take on No. 2 Penn State in Sweet-16

After a 3-1 victory over No. 17 Kentucky at their home court in Lexington last Sunday, the Spartans’ next opponent will be No. 2 Penn State this Friday at 5 p.m.

Although the Nittany Lions are 1-1 this season against MSU, Penn State is now on a 21-game winning streak since their loss to MSU in September.

“We’re very familiar with them. They’re a great team, they have great momentum going into this tournament and some unbelievably physical players,” head coach Cathy George said.
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Spartans Will Travel to Kentucky for NCAA Tournamanent

Michigan State Volleyball did not receive a top-16 seed for the NCAA tournament on the NCAA Women’s Volleyball Selection Show, but did receive an at-large bid.

This is the Spartans’ third consecutive at-large tournament bid as they will take on Ohio in Lexington, Ky.

The Spartans finished their season 21-11 overall with a 10-10 Big Ten record after beating Michigan 3-0 in Ann Arbor on Wednesday, and losing to Purdue in a five set battle. Read More…

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…

Bump, Set, Spike – #6 – 11/7/13

Michigan State split last weekend with a win over Ohio State to snap their losing streak but suffered a loss to Penn State. Jennifer Swanchara looks at what went down last weekend for the Spartans while looking ahead at the competition of Northwestern and Illinois. Taylor Galloway and Coach Cathy George give their opinion on what happened last weekend and what is to happen on the road.

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Bump, Set, Spike – #3 – 10/18/13

The Spartans are off to their best start since 1995 with a 17-1 record. They are ranked No. 5 in the country and the top dog of the Big Ten conference as they look ahead to travel to Minneapolis and Madison.

On top of that, the co-Big Ten players of the week had identical performances, which made it an appealing game to watch. Read More…

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