The turnaround is complete.
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The turnaround is complete.
The men’s soccer team is moving on from sweetness to eliteness, as the Spartans beat Western Michigan in the Sweet 16 Saturday night, 2-1, and will advance to the Elite Eight to face the No. 2 seed Indiana Hoosiers. This is MSU's third Elite Eight appearance in the nine years head coach Damon Rensing has been at the helm.
From 3-9 to 9-3 — the Spartans have come a long way.
In case you missed it, here is your weekly Spartan roundup as the football teams moves up one spot to No. 16 in the latest college football rankings.
Following a 17-7 win over Maryland on Senior Day, MSU has inched up the College Football Playoff rankings. The Spartans are now No. 16 in the poll, up from No. 17 last week.
For volleyball head coach Cathy George, the 2017 season has been an emotional one to say the least.
No, it's Rivalry Week around college football — and is it going to be glorious.
As head coach Mark Dantonio took the podium following his team’s 17-7 win over Maryland, he cracked a joke. Which he does on occasion, believe it or not.
MSU's win over Charleston was never quite close, it was 46-27 at halftime and the Spartans never did look back. The largest cheer of the night came when they eclipsed the century mark, eventually downing the Cougars 107-43.
For the second time in six games this season, including the preseason, Miles Bridges suffered an injury that required the preseason Big Ten Player of the Year to head to the locker room.
Senior running back Gerald Holmes knew there was football still left to play this season, but following MSU’s 17-7 win over Maryland, it was hard for him not to recognize the meaning of Saturday's game.
Through heavy rain Saturday, MSU’s offense, led by a dominant rushing attack, charged down the field on the Spartans’ opening possession and found the end zone on an 11-play, 69-yard scoring drive that was capped off by a 2-yard rush by LJ Scott.
MSU beat Stony Brook 93-71 in the Spartans first game since they lost to No. 1 Duke on Tuesday.
Men’s soccer will advance to the Sweet 16 of the NCAA tournament after beating the Virginia Tech Hokies Sunday afternoon, 3-0.
Even through an emotional night for the women’s volleyball team, the No. 8 Spartans were still able to dominate the Hoosiers through three sets and take the win on their final home game at Jenison Fieldhouse of the season.
The men’s soccer team will face off against Virginia Tech in the second round of the NCAA Tournament today at 1 p.m. at DeMartin Stadium.
Through the rain, wintry mix and heavy snow, the Spartans’ run game rebounded from a dismal outing last weekend against Ohio State as No. 17 MSU defeated Maryland 17-7 Saturday in their last home game of the season.
The Spartans came out with another victory on home ice on Friday night after sophomore forward Taro Hirose scored the overtime game to beat Ferris State 3-2.
The Spartans and fans had to endure another game where the weather unforgivingly played a role — but no matter. MSU took care of business winning its eight game of the year, defeating Maryland 17-7.
The Spartans no longer control their own destiny in the Big Ten Conference, but the team will look to send its seniors out on top in their last home game of their Spartan careers.