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On March 13, teams across the country waited for their names to appear in a bracket slot on ESPN. After going 9-7 during Big Ten conference play and wrapping up the regular season 21-11, MSU women’s basketball waited to be selected for the NCAA Tournament.
The MSU women’s basketball team faced the No. 2 Maryland Terrapins Saturday in the semifinal round of the Big Ten Tournament.
Following an upset win by the MSU women’s basketball team on the road earlier in the season to the University of Michigan, the Wolverines were looking to rebound from that loss in the quarterfinals in the Big Ten Tournament Friday night when they faced MSU for the second time this season.
A jumper from senior guard Tori Jankoska 3:13 left in the third quarter was ultimately the night’s biggest play for the MSU women’s basketball team, who took on No. 11 seed Wisconsin Thursday night in their first game of the Big Ten Tournament.
The MSU women’s basketball team wrapped up the regular season with a 19-10 overall record and enters the postseason a No. 6 seed in the Big Ten Tournament.
This week the Big Ten conference honors were released and
the MSU Women’s Basketball program was well represented.
This season senior Tori Jankoska has been completely in the spotlight, leading the Spartans on the court, breaking records while preparing to leave a legacy behind. From fighting for her life at birth to fighting on the court as a Spartan, Jankoska has had a rollercoaster ride worth of experiences, but right now it seems she at the top and not coming down any time soon.
In the last home game of the season MSU women’s basketball faced Penn State University in the Breslin Center.
After MSU women's basketball defeated in-state rival the University of Michigan Sunday, senior guard Tori Jankoska said she has tried to not think of the forthcoming.
After leading the MSU women's basketball team to a 86-68 win over the University of Michigan Sunday, senior guard Tori Jankoska was named the Big Ten Player of the Week.
Coming off a 85-69 win against Minnesota, the MSU women’s basketball team hoped to win their second-straight game Sunday as they took on the No. 20 Michigan Wolverines on the road.
In the second to last regular season game in the Breslin
Center, MSU women’s basketball came out strong to defeat the University of
With only five games left in the regular season for MSU women’s basketball, the Spartans took the court to face nationally ranked No. 2 University of Maryland.
The accolades keep on adding for senior guard Tori Jankoska, as Jankoska was one of 10 players added to the Wade Watch list on Monday afternoon by the Women's Women’s Basketball Coaches Association (WBCA), according to a press release.
It’s been a wild ride for graduate student forward Taya Reimer.The Fishers, Ind. native transferred to MSU women’s basketball (16-7, 6-4 Big Ten) before the season started, leaving a nationally competitive University of Notre Dame.
On a symbolic day honoring National Girls and Women in Sports Day, MSU women's basketball (16-7, 6-4 Big Ten) welcomed the 6,438 fans with a sight all too familiar — senior guard Tori Jankoska hoisting a 3-point field goal.
MSU women’s basketball, 15-7, 5-4 Big Ten, played University of Minnesota, 11-11, 2-7 Big Ten, on the road. The Spartans started off strong in the first quarter, but at the end of the first half Minnesota tied things up. Under interim head coach Amaka Agugua the Spartans clinched their second straight win in a row.
MSU women’s basketball broke its three game losing streak with the win against the University of Wisconsin, 81-57.