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In a hostile and unfamiliar environment the women’s basketball team held their ground in the WNIT Sweet 16 in Vermillion, South Dakota. But it was not enough as University of South Dakota defeated the Spartans in overtime, 85-83, as they conclude the 2018 season.
Women's basketball will face South Dakota in the WNIT Sweet 16 Thursday.
With the clock winding down, the ball was in redshirt sophomore guard Shay Colley's hands.
Women's basketball returned to its home crowd tonight in the first round of the Women’s National Invitation Tournament where they defeated the Cincinnati Bearcats, 81-75.
After failing to qualify for the women’s NCAA Tournament, MSU will continue their season back home to face Cincinnati in the first round of the women’s National Invitational Tournament.
Women's basketball will start its run in the Women's NIT against Cincinnati at 7 p.m. Thursday at the Breslin Center.
INDIANAPOLIS — The fate of women's basketball's season may have come down to a matter of seconds.
INDIANAPOLIS — Watch head coach Suzy Merchant and players react to women's basketball's quadruple overtime loss to Indiana in the second round of the Big Ten Tourney.
INDIANAPOLIS — It seemed like a game that would ever end. And a game the Spartans never wanted it to.
The No. 10 women’s basketball team will start their run to a Big Ten Tournament title Thursday as they face the No. 7 Indiana Hoosiers (16-13, 9-7 Big Ten).
Redshirt senior Branndais Agee, sophomore guard Taryn McCutcheon, redshirt sophomore guard Shay Colley and junior center Jenna Allen all received All-Big Ten honorable mentions from coaches and media Monday afternoon.
After an emotional Wednesday night, the women’s basketball team concluded their regular season with a crucial win over Purdue, 82-68.
With under one minute to go in the fourth quarter, seniors Branndais Agee, Kiara Carter, Lexi Gussert, Kennedy Johnson and Taya Reimer kissed the Spartan logo before subbing out as they played their final home game of their careers at Breslin.
Traveling across the world, packing your bags and having an opportunity to playing Division I basketball is what many young athletes aspire so that they can pursue their dreams of playing professional sports.
Watch head coach Suzy Merchant, redshirt senior guard Branndais Agee and sophomore guard Taryn McCutcheon react to women's basketball's 69-61 win over Wisconsin on senior day.
As MSU’s seniors played one final game at the Breslin Center, the Spartans (16-12, 6-9 Big Ten) needed all hands on deck in a back-and-forth affair in front of a crowd 5,355 strong to beat Wisconsin (9-20, 2-14), 69-61.
After a huge win this past Sunday over Michigan, the Spartans looked to keep the momentum against Nebraska. The Spartans fell short and with only two games left heading into the Big Ten Tournament, there seems to be a lack of urgency and effort heading into the final stretch of the season.
On Valentine’s Day MSU looked to gain another quality win as the season closes as they hosted Nebraska in a neck and neck type of game. However, the Spartans fell short, 79-69.