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No. 2 MSU held off Oakland 86-73 to win their ninth straight game, but it came at no easy task despite the misleading final score. The Golden Grizzlies presented the Spartans with their toughest challenge in almost a month since their last, and only, loss of the season.
Two late threes from Cassius Winston led No. 2 MSU to its ninth-consecutive win on Saturday, as MSU staved off a near upset to Horizon league opponent Oakland University, 86-73, at Little Caesars Arena.
Villanova leap-frogged the Spartans and moved from No. 4 to No. 1 in the nation, while the Spartans moved up one spot to No. 2.
Between the waves of optimism and the endless gushing of a young MSU core, there was a select group of Spartans guiding their underclassmen counterparts along the way.
Sophomore forward Nick Ward was limited to just 11 minutes of court action and a mere three points in the men's basketball's Dec. 5 win over Rutgers. The script was completely flipped for Ward, however, in the Spartan's victory over Southern Utah.
Tom Izzo said before the game Saturday his plan was to feed the ball inside to Nick Ward more. That plan didn’t include the sophomore forward making his first-career three, as the No. 3 Spartans breezed past Southern Utah at the Breslin Center, 88-63.
Volleyball’s historic postseason run has come to an end, as they were swept, 3-0, by the No. 1 seed Penn State Nittany Lions in the Elite Eight of the NCAA tournament Saturday night.
Coming off a crushing defeat Wednesday night, the women's basketball team came back with strong defensive play and destroyed Rhode Island Saturday afternoon, 82-38.
After losing to the University of Michigan the night before, the Spartans rallied back with a home win shutting out the Wolverines Friday night, 5-0.
The volleyball team is moving on to the Elite Eight for the first time in 21 years, after beating the Illinois Fighting Illini, 3-1, in the Sweet 16 on Friday night.
The No. 3 ranked men's basketball squad saw its streak of sixth straight victories by 18 points or more end after the team's 10-point win over Rutgers Tuesday night. The more controversial storyline coming out of the game, however, stemmed from MSU's sideline.
Men's basketball head coach Tom Izzo thought his team lost focus this week, but is glad they came out with a win.
Senior defenseman Jimmy Fiscus was named to second-team All-American by the United Soccer Coaches Poll on Thursday night, making him the 38th Spartan in men's soccer history to earn All-American honors.
The season series between the Spartans and U-M kicked-off Thursday night, with the Spartans falling 4-0 in the first of this home-and-home series.
Freshmen forward Mitchell Lewandowski and defenseman Tommy Miller are creating a new surge within the men's hockey program.
Right from the get-go, the Spartans stood no chance against the No. 2 ranked Fighting Irish in the country. MSU finished with a dismal offensive performance throughout the night losing 59-90 to Notre Dame.
Here are five takeaways from MSU's 62-52 victory over Rutgers.
Here’s your weekly Spartan roundup in case you missed anything, as the football team finishes 16 in the final college football playoff rankings. The men’s basketball team remains at No. 3 in the AP poll.
No. 3 MSU’s six game winning streak was in jeopardy at the Rutgers Athletic Center Tuesday night, but the Spartans (8-1 overall, 2-0 Big Ten) would hang on for their seventh-straight win at the expense of Rutgers (6-3, 0-2) in a defensive grudge match, 62-52.
After blowing out Nebraska, 86-57 Sunday to start Big Ten play, No. 3 MSU (7-1 overall, 1-0) is back to conference action to play Rutgers on the road.