The MSU hockey team (5-15-2, 1-6-1 Big Ten) returned to Munn Ice Arena Saturday night after being on the road for over a month as it hosted the University of Michigan (9-12-1, 2-6-0 Big Ten) to conclude a two-game home-and-home series.
As the MSU hockey team sits at an overall record of 4-15-1 (0-6 Big Ten), the Spartans have been looking to find answers to their dismal season.
This Saturday, Michigan State seniors -- linebacker Riley Bullough, tight end Jamal Lyles and wide receiver R.J. Shelton will have the opportunity to showcase their talents in the sixth annual NFLPA Collegiate Bowl.
MSU hockey (4-15-1, 0-6 Big Ten) will resume the most-played rivalry in college hockey this weekend against the University of Michigan (8-11-1, 1-5 Big Ten) in a home-and-home series beginning Friday at the Yost Ice Arena in Ann Arbor.
When the American Collegiate Hockey Association represents the United States at the 28th Winter World University Games in Almaty, Kazakhstan later this month, MSU will have two Spartans on the roster as MSU’s ACHA Division I women’s club ice hockey players Kelsey Jaeckle and Maddie Wolsmann were selected to the national team.