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No. 19 Michigan State women’s basketball (6-2) traveled down to Tallahassee, Florida on Thursday evening. The Spartans met No. 8 Florida State (8-0) for a game in the Big Ten/ACC Challenge.
On April 24, MSU head coach Suzy Merchant announced the new addition to the team naming Dean Lockwood as the new associate head coach after Amaka Agugua-Hamilton accepted the head coach position at Missouri State University on April 17.
Michigan State women’s basketball associate head coach Amaka Agugua-Hamilton accepted the head coach position at Missouri State University, MSU announced Wednesday.
On Friday, Apr. 12, sophomore forward Sidney Cooks announced that she would not be returning to Michigan State for her junior season.
The Michigan State Spartans’ (21-12, 9-9 Big Ten) hope for a run in the NCAA Tournament may have been dashed by Notre Dame (32-3, 14-2 ACC) in the second round, March 25, but the Spartans are on the verge of greatness according to coach Suzy Merchant.
No. 9 seeded Michigan State (21-12) fell 91-63 to defending NCAA Tournament Champions Notre Dame (32-3) in the second round of the NCAA Tournament.
SOUTH BEND, Ind. — On March 23, the No. 9 seeded Michigan State Spartans (21-11, 9-9 Big Ten) defeated the No. 8 seeded Central Michigan Chippewas (25-8, 15-3 MAC), 88-87, after a last second Shay Colley layup.
A layup from redshirt junior guard Shay Colley with 7.3 seconds left in the first round of the NCAA Tournament, sealed the deal to send the Spartans to the second round to face the Notre Dame Fighting Irish.
SOUTH BEND, Ind.- The Spartans will move on to the second round of the NCAA tournament after defeating Central Michigan 88-87.
The No. 9 seeded Spartans (20-11, 9-9 Big Ten) will travel to South Bend this weekend to compete against No. 8 seeded Central Michigan Chippewas (25-7, 15-3 MAC) in the first round of the NCAA Tournament. Before the Spartans and Chips take the floor in the Joyce Center, the State News talked with Evan Petzold, Central Michigan Life’s assistant Sports Editor.
"This time of year, anything can happen,” Michigan State women’s basketball head coach Suzy Merchant said after the NCAA Women’s Tournament bracket was leaked on March 18. It revealed the Spartans’ first round matchup would be against Central Michigan University.
The No. 9 seeded Michigan State will travel to South Bend, Indiana to face the eighth seed Central Michigan Saturday, March 23. The Spartans found out about their bid in an interesting way after ESPN accidentally leaked the bracket on TV.
USA Basketball announced Michigan State women's basketball coach Suzy Merchant will coach the United States Women's’ Basketball team in the 2019 Pan American Games.
After losing in the quarterfinals of the Big Ten Tournament, the Michigan State Spartans now await for the women’s basketball tournament selection, which occurs on Monday, March 18.
INDIANAPOLIS- No. 8 seed Michigan State (20-11, 9-10 Big Ten) was unable to recover from a second half slump and fell 71-55 to top seed Maryland (27-3,16-3 Big Ten) in the quarterfinals.
INDIANAPOLIS- The ninth-seed Spartans (20-10, 10-9 Big Ten) held on to defeat the eighth-seed Wildcats (16-14, 9-10 Big Ten), 68-52 in the second round of the Big Ten Tournament.
Michigan State women's basketball (19-10, 9-9 Big Ten) ended the regular season with a 81-63 loss at Minnesota Sunday.
The Spartans will travel to Indianapolis to compete in the Big Ten Tournament, which is March 6-10. The team is currently unranked in the AP Poll, but they hold potential that will help them in the tournament games.
Who: Michigan State (19-9, 9-8 Big Ten) and Minnesota (19-9, 8-9 Big Ten)
The Spartans defeated the Nittany Lions 57-48 in a grueling battle to the end.