It’s all about the Big Ten on this edition of Pool Time as championship week approaches for the women’s swimming and diving team. Host Max King previews the Big Ten Championship meet next week in Minneapolis, Minn.
Coach Matt Gianiodis says how his team is feeling days away from the biggest meet of the year, while freshman Sarah Love and senior Marcella Kupraszewicz share their perspectives on entering their first and last Big Ten championship meet.
It’s Michigan weekend for the swimming and diving team as they travel to Ann Arbor to take on the No. 2 men’s swim team in the country and the No. 20 women’s team. The women also travel to Toledo to end the regular season on Saturday. Hear from coaches Matt Gianiodis and Michael Hulme as well as senior Bryan Williams.
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.
EAST LANSING, Mich. — It was an unusual senior day as Michigan State’s opponent, Denison University, was unable to travel due to inclement weather. The team made they most of what they had with an inter-squad meet.
The first taste of victory was had by the men’s swimming and diving team January 23 in East Lansing, defeating Oakland University 154-143 and it came down to the last event to determine who would win.
It was a rough weekend for Michigan State swimming and diving as the women’s team lost a close meet to Bowling Green Friday night in East Lansing 150-144, and both teams dropped the tri-meet at Eastern Michigan with Buffalo Saturday.
West Lafayette, IND.–A talented Purdue Boilermaker swim and dive team was coming off a long plane trip from Hawaii and a meet yesterday against the Michigan Wolverines, but that did not stop them from earning two victories over Michigan State Saturday afternoon.
A special holiday edition counts down the top 10 moments of Pool Time for 2013. Listen to the best interviews, takes and clips from the beginning of the show, to the latest episodes. Record-breakers, Olympians, former and current athletes, coaches and more are included. What will be the number one moment of the show? Tune in to find out.
It’s cold in East Lansing but warm in Delray Beach, Fla. as head swim coach Matt Gianiodis calls in to discuss the progress of his team’s training trip and what goes on outside of swim practices. Host Max King previews the second semester schedule for the Spartans all the way from January to the end of March.
Dan Krier & Ryan Smith make a triumphant return to Impact Studios for Episode 14 of Walk the Line, feeling great about life as the Michigan State Spartan football team heads into this Saturday night’s Big Ten Championship Game vs. Ohio State in Indianapolis.
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Men’s soccer is Elite Eight bound, as head coach Damon Rensing joins the show and talks about what his team’s accomplishments this season. The Spartans will travel to Notre Dame Saturday to face the Fighting Irish for the second time this year.