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Miles Bridges turned down the opportunity to make well over a million dollars, or delayed it at least for another year earlier this month after announcing he was returning to MSU for his sophomore season. The 6-foot-7 Bridges was projected by ESPN’s Chad Ford as the No. 10 overall pick in the upcoming NBA draft, and the No. 4 small forward in this year’s class.
In an announcement on the Edwardsville High School gym floor, point guard Mark Smith picked up his navy blue hat with an orange I and put it on — he will stay in-state and attend the University of Illinois next season. Smith is a 6-foot-5 point guard with an athletic slashing game complemented with deep range. In his senior season at Edwardsville High School, Smith was named Mr. Basketball for the state of Illinois.
The MSU baseball team ended its five game losing streak as the Spartans blew out Toledo, 11-1, as Sleeman earned a win in his first career start.
MSU baseball signed three more recruits to its 2017-18 roster, head coach Jake Boss Jr. announced Monday.
Five-star center and No. 15 in the ESPN Top 100, Brandon McCoy, decided UNLV over MSU for college basketball.
MSU softball concluded its home portion of its schedule, downing Eastern Michigan, 13-2.
Former MSU football player Auston Robertson appeared in 55th District Court Tuesday for an arraignment.
The MSU softball team took on Big Ten rival Ohio State over the weekend. The Spartans came out on top, taking the series 2-1 and improving their record to 24-18 (7-10 Big Ten).
The Spartans have dropped five straight games, after getting swept by Maryland over the weekend. MSU looks to rebound against Toledo Wednesday.
Former MSU defensive lineman Auston Robertson is being held in a Ft. Wayne, Ind. jail and is awaiting to be extradited back to Michigan, officials said.
The MSU women's golf team won its fourth Big Ten Championship in the last seven years under head coach Stacy Slobodnik-Stoll.
On April 5, 33-year-old doctoral student Piotr Pasik was working feverishly with MSU men's tennis head coach Gene Orlando on a number of drills.
When former MSU football defensive lineman John Shinsky was 8 years old, his father died from a heart attack. Through the grieving came even more disbelief. With his father gone and his mother the only one left to take care of him, she made the decision to place him in an orphanage.
MSU defensive lineman Auston Robertson allegedly raped an acquaintance on April 9 in her apartment while his girlfriend waited outside in the car, according to court documents obtained by The State News.
Japan native Yurika Tanida signed a National Letter of Intent and will join the Spartans for the 2017-18 MSU women’s golf season, head coach Stacy Slobodnik-Stoll announced April 12.
The Ingham County Prosecutor's Office announced April 21 it has filed charges against Auston Robertson, a member of the MSU football team. He will be charged with third-degree criminal sexual conduct charges.
Entering MSU softball’s matchup against the University of Toledo on Wednesday, junior outfielder Lea Foerster had reached on base in 34 consecutive games.
After finishing second at the Lady Buckeye Invitational over the weekend, the Big Ten announced in a release Monday that junior Sarah Burnham earned this week's Big Ten women's golfer of the week honors.
Athena – the Greek Goddess of wisdom and military strategy – was best known for her logic and intellect. For the past four years, the MSU women’s tennis team has had an Athena of its own – Athena Trouillot – who with a calm and collected battle strategy has racked up win after win, 154 to be exact.
The MSU softball team faced the University of Toledo in their first game at Secchia Stadium Wednesday since having to relocate numerous home games due to poor field conditions after severe flooding earlier in the month. In a dreary, rainy day, the Spartans prevailed, 13-7. The Spartans scored seven unanswered runs in the first two innings to take a 7-0 lead to begin the third, including a six-run second inning for MSU.Toledo’s only runs came in the third and fourth as the Rockets scored three times in each inning.