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In a fighting battle, U-M took the second set while holding the lead the majority of the time. After the third set, the Spartans kept U-M from rallying back to win the match.
Miles Bridges was named the Preseason Big Ten Player of the Year by the Big Ten Thursday morning.
Buckle up, MSU fans. This rest of the season — no matter what happens — should be an entertaining one. The Spartans have proven that much about themselves.
The start of basketball season is upon us, and the men’s and women’s basketball teams are ready to welcome you into the newly renovated Breslin as the hosts for the annual Michigan State Madness this Friday night.
To better understand Indiana football, The State News interviewed Cameron Drummond, football beat reporter and sports editor for The Indiana Daily Student, and asked him four questions about the Hoosiers.
MSU officials are hopeful that planned renovations to Munn Ice Arena will eventually take place despite the funding goal for the project not being met thus far.
Here’s the week four edition of the Spartan Roundup, catching you up with everything that happened in Spartan athletics that didn’t involved Mark Dantonio and Co.
In a lot of ways, MSU has been a pleasant surprise.
Despite the heavy rain, six colleges from across Michigan came out for the second day of the annual Head of the Grand Regatta for MSU's only home regatta of the year.
When Tom Izzo started talking about his four returning sophomores, Miles Bridges, Nick Ward, Cassius Winston and Joshua Langford, he gave the talented bunch a title: “Super Sophomores.”
The MSU women’s soccer team hosted the Michigan Wolverines on Sunday afternoon after having to postponed yesterday, and came away with 2-1 giving MSU its second Big Ten win of the season.
If the Spartans’ turnover problems persist, the only shot MSU has to remain a contender relies on its defense.
The additions of Jackson Jr. and Tillman give the Spartans some much needed size in the paint, something MSU lacked last year.
Friday night thousands of students camped out on Munn Field for the Izzone Campout. The State News was there to capture all the fun as students met head coach Tom Izzo and other members of the men's basketball team.
Following the Spartans' 30-27 win over Minnesota Saturday night, MSU (5-1) moved up three spots to No. 18 in the latest AP Top 25 poll.
On Saturday night, the Spartans defeated Bowling Green in a 3-2 victory after losing 4-1 the night before.
But there would be no hangover, and a win is a win for MSU, downing the Golden Gophers 30-27. The Spartans are still undefeated in the Big Ten, amassing a 3-0 record.
“It was a crazy game, but I think it shows the togetherness of the group,” Rensing said. “Being 4-0-2 in the Big Ten is a great place to be.”