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Michigan State women’s basketball (10-7, 3-3 in Big Ten) stayed perfect at home in a grudge match with Ohio State (10-7, 3-3) that came down to the final shot on Thursday night. After pulling ahead with 13.4 seconds left in the game, the Spartans would hold on for a 68-65 win.
Know Thy Enemy is a weekly Q&A where the perspective changes from the eyes of The State News to the eyes of the student newspaper of Michigan State basketball's opponent.
After a series split at home against Minnesota last weekend, No. 20 Michigan State hockey (11-10-1) hits the road this weekend for a two-game set with Wisconsin (8-11-1).
Michigan State hockey goaltender John Lethemon has been one of the most dependable players at his position across the entire country this season. As the No. 20 Spartans sit at 11-10-1 and are hovering right around the conversation for an NCAA tournament bid, Lethemon has given his team a chance to win every game he has played in, fully embracing his role as MSU’s starter.
If there’s one positive that came out of Michigan State men's basketball's blowout loss to Purdue on Jan. 12, it was freshman guard Rocket Watts.
After moving over Michigan State’s 29-point loss to Purdue at his weekly presser Tuesday, coach Tom Izzo announced that fifth-year senior forward Kyle Ahrens will be out indefinitely.
We’re halfway to the big dance and Michigan State men’s basketball just snapped an eight-game win streak at Purdue 71-42 Jan. 12. The Spartans recorded their lowest shooting performance of the season, 35.3%, and coach Tom Izzo called it the "biggest beating" he's ever taken.
Michigan State women’s basketball (9-7, 2-3) has been streaky this season. Struggling as it ended non-conference play and into the first game of Big Ten play, it seemed to be turning things around with a win against Nebraska, but dropped the next two games in one-sided contests.
According to a recent report from The Detroit News, in 2016, a meeting was assembled of high-ranking MSU officials to discuss whether the university should admit troubled football recruit Auston Robertson.
Throughout the season, Michigan State women's basketball has been plagued by injuries. On Sunday, in a 69-52 win over Wisconsin, the Spartans had even more.
With 5:41 left in the third quarter, Michigan State sophomore guard Nia Clouden found herself with the ball at the top of the key. She checked her surroundings. The Wisconsin Badgers had given her hot hand far too much space. She drilled the three, putting the Spartans up double-digits for the first time in the game.
On Sunday afternoon, the No. 24 Rutgers Scarlet Knights wrestling team came in on a mission, taking down the Michigan State Spartans 25-12.
Three missed shots for Michigan State in one of their first offensive possessions at Purdue set the tone for a matchup that ended both its eight-game win streak and undefeated conference record. The Spartans fell for the third straight time at Mackey Arena, 71-42.
On the back of a 28-save night from its goalie, the Minnesota Golden Gophers (8-10-4) got revenge on the Michigan State Spartans (11-10-1), winning 2-0 at Munn Ice Arena Saturday night.
Despite a 5-0 in-conference record, Michigan State men’s basketball coach Tom Izzo is entering the team’s road matchup against Purdue (9-7 overall, 2-3 Big Ten) on Jan. 12 anything but comfortably.
The Michigan State women’s gymnastics team hosted both Central Michigan and Illinois State in a non-conference tri-meet at Jenison Field House Saturday afternoon, and the Spartans placed second with a total team score of 195.225.
On an icy cold afternoon, Michigan State Men’s Tennis was able to get off to a hot start against the Toledo Rockets, winning 4-3.
The No. 20 Michigan State Spartans (11-9-1) took on the Minnesota Gophers (7-10-4) in their first of two games this weekend at Munn Ice Arena Friday night.
Michigan State wide receiver Cody White will forego his senior season of eligibility and declare for the 2020 NFL draft, he announced in a Twitter post Friday afternoon.
In a pacified version of Sunday’s Breslin Center, Michigan State (13-3, 5-0 Big Ten) downed Minnesota, 74-58, (8-7, 2-3 Big Ten) Thursday night.