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Despite her diagnosis in 2014, she joined her teammates and participated in what she thought might the last race of her rowing career.
Immediately after stepping off the dock she would soon be entering herself in a much different race, against Hodgkin's lymphoma, a cancer of the immune system.
After blowing out Nebraska Sunday and extending their winning streak to six games, third-ranked MSU stayed put at No. 3 Monday in the newest Associated Press men's basketball poll.
No love lost, the rivalry renews again on Oct. 20, 2018, when the Wolverines visit East Lansing for another classic bout.
Four Spartans may have finished with double-figure points in No. 3 MSU’s 86-57 win over Nebraska Sunday, but head coach Tom Izzo still wasn’t impressed.
MSU players and Nebraska coach Tim Miles react after the third-ranked Spartans defeat the Cornhuskers 86-57 at the Breslin Center.
It's officially official, the No. 16 Spartans are headed to a bowl. Though there's a twinge of disappointment around the fanbase.
Since their 88-81 loss to No. 1 Duke back on Nov. 14 in the Champions Classic, the No. 3 ranked Spartans have tallied off six consecutive victories, including wins against two AP top-25 teams in North Carolina and Notre Dame.
On Sunday afternoon, the women’s basketball team had it's first close game of the season as sophomore guard Taryn McCutchen hit a floater with 24 seconds left to seal the deal in a 65-62 win over Western Michigan.
Big Ten play came a little early this year, but that didn't affect the Spartans much as they breezed past Nebraska in their conference opener, 86-57, Sunday afternoon at the Breslin Center.
Bronco Jasmyn Walker had the ball at the top of the key, sized up her matchup, guard Taryn McCutcheon, then she drove the ball. A stumble and a turnover later, the buzzer sounded, and MSU women's hoops had the win, a 65-62 victory to halt a two-game losing streak.
Buy your tickets and pack your bags because MSU is headed to San Diego for the Holiday Bowl.
On a packed Saturday night with a crowd of over 5,500 fans, No. 4-ranked Notre Dame defeated the Spartans 2-0. MSU falls to 7-8-1 on the season.
Volleyball will advance to the Sweet 16 of the NCAA tournament after they beat No. 15 Creighton, 3-1, in the second round Saturday night.
Men’s soccer postseason run is now over, as they lost to the Indiana Hoosiers in a shootout in the Elite Eight, 4-2, after staying tied at 1-1 through 110 minutes in regulation.
But it was the No.4-ranked Notre Dame that pulled away, scoring three unanswered, including the dagger with 2:18 left in the third period. The sellout crowd of 6,392 fans were mostly left disappointed — there were quite a few Notre Dame fans — with a 3-1 MSU loss.
Volleyball is off to a good start in the NCAA tournament, as they swept the Missouri Valley Conference champion Missouri State Bears in the first round Friday night, 3-0.
It wasn’t a career night for either sophomore point guard Cassius Winston or sophomore wing Miles Bridges, but the duo gave the Spartans a new look.
Sam Metry and Souichi Terada are back to briefly talk about MSU's victory over Rutgers and then get into looking at the Spartans season as a whole.
On Friday and Saturday, MSU Hockey will face off against the Notre Dame Fighting Irish, led by a man that MSU head coach Danton Cole knows quite well.
The seventh seeded men’s soccer team will look to continue their postseason run as they take on No. 2 seeded Indiana in the Elite Eight this Friday in Bloomington, Indiana at 7 p.m.