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Men’s Soccer Travels to South Bend for Elite Eight

EAST LANSING, Mich. – Michigan State football may be playing in the Big Ten Championship on Saturday and MSU volleyball may have just begun their NCAA tournament run, but MSU men’s soccer is well on its way to history with a chance to become one of the best men’s teams in the program’s 57-year history.

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Tar Heels Topple Michigan State

Michigan State suffered its first loss of the 2013-14 season Wednesday night at the hands of the North Carolina Tar Heels 79-65.

The Spartans were dominated from the start getting out rebounded once again, this time 49-38.

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Walk the Line – #14 – 12/5/13

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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Spartans Look to Tame Hoyas

EAST LANSING, Mich. – On Sunday, the Spartans will take the pitch against a Georgetown University team who is looking to get back to the Men’s College Cup final, after losing to Indiana University in 2012.

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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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Walk the Line – #13 – 11/27/13

As much as one can try, some 13’s are simply unavoidable.

Dan Krier & Ryan Smith make the best of a bad number, taping a special Thanksgiving Edition of Walk the Line in the CAS building at Michigan State University for Impact Sports.

The guys muscle through Episode 13, discussing the exciting rivalry games of NCAA College Football Week 14, as well as the annual Detroit Lions’ Thanksgiving game along with the best of NFL Week 13 here in 2013. Yes13’s are everywhere. No more. Please! Read More…

Spartans Advance to Sweet Sixteen

EAST LANSING, Mich. – All season long, head coach Damon Rensing has emphasized unity and the toughness of his 27 players, and the Spartans showed that on Sunday against the University of Louisville.

On a cold day with high winds, and a field that players could hardly get a good footing on, the Spartans found themselves locked in a tight game with the Cardinals.

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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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Confident with Experience

EAST LANSING, Mich. – The Michigan State Spartans and Louisville Cardinals will meet on the pitch at DeMartin Stadium, Sunday, for the second round of the NCAA tournament.

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Walk the Line – #12 – 11/21/13

A dozen done right.

Ryan Smith makes his triumphant return to Walk the Line after a one-week hiatus, joining Dan Krier on Episode 12 to break down the best games of NCAA College Football Week 13 and NFL Week 12.

The 9-1 Michigan State Spartans find themselves as 7-point favorites as they travel to Evanston, Illinois to face off with the feisty Northwestern Wildcats on Saturday. Max King stops by the studio to help analyze the potential Legends Division clincher. Read More…

NCAA gives Spartans an Eleven Seed

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.

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Weather Plays Crucial Role in Crowning Big Ten Tournament Champion

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.

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Men’s Swim and Dive Fall to Notre Dame

MSU vs. Notre Dame (Men only) Complete Results

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.

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