The Division-I Lady Spartan hockey team’s season came to an end this past March in Delaware.
Michigan State earned a bid to nationals where they competed for a championship during the tournament, but unfortunately came up short.
The Spartans failed to advance to the semi-finals after losing their first two games (5-1 to Miami of Ohio and 4-3 to Rhode Island.) In their third and final game of the tournament, MSU defeated Michigan 4-3 in overtime.
Coming off a weekend sweep against the No. 6 Grand Valley State Lakers, the Division I Lady Spartans were looking to continue their winning ways against Central Michigan.
In Saturday’s contest at Munn Ice Arena, the Spartans dominated the play up and down the ice and defeated the Chippewas, 16-1, with all but two players gaining a point.
The Lady Spartans welcomed the Central Michigan Chippewas to East Lansing this past weekend for a two-game series. Michigan State dominated the play in both games and came away with another weekend sweep, defeating CMU 16-1 and 17-3.
After being off for an entire month over winter break, the Lady Spartans took to the ice this weekend against the Grand Valley State University Lakers in a home-and-home series.
On Saturday, Michigan State was able to sneak away with a 5-3 victory on the road against the Lakers.
No. 9 MSU women’s hockey defeated the No. 6 GVSU Lakers Sunday afternoon, 2-1. Kendall Clary scored both goals for the Spartans and goaltender Julia King stopped 31 of 32 shots faced. Read More…
On the first episode of Behind the Mask, host David Defever and his guest Lou Divizio recap MSU men’s and women’s hockey, along with predictions leading up to the Great Lakes Invitational.
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Michigan State Division I Women’s Hockey team is coming off an unexpected, but exciting season. The team captured its first CCWHA Championship in school history, beating Robert Morris 1-0 in the championship game.
“Some would say we were a blue collar team,” said head coach Jeff Wilson. “We didn’t have a lot of star performance and we weren’t expected to win.” Read More…