DETROIT — As Little Caesars Arena is brought in numerous college basketball fans from all around the country, but many still enjoy a nice drink or two with family and friends at the local restaurants and bars.
Women's basketball returned to its home crowd tonight in the first round of the Women’s National Invitation Tournament where they defeated the Cincinnati Bearcats, 81-75.
After failing to qualify for the women’s NCAA Tournament, MSU will continue their season back home to face Cincinnati in the first round of the women’s National Invitational Tournament.
Women's basketball will start its run in the Women's NIT against Cincinnati at 7 p.m. Thursday at the Breslin Center.
Even with turnover issues, MSU is still one of the best teams in the nation statistically. However, the Spartans over the past month have been consistently ranked lower than a No. 2 seed in recent projected brackets for the NCAA Tournament.