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“Uber Eats is here, it is time to feast!”
Michigan State wrestling (6-5) raced out to an early 13-0 lead and broke the Clarion Golden Eagles’ (8-4) eight-meet win streak with a 25-15 victory Friday night at Jenison Fieldhouse.
On the back of senior Patrick Khodorenko’s career night, Michigan State hockey was able to secure a monumental win at Munn Ice Arena, winning 4-2 versus the Penn State Nittany Lions.
Coach Tom Izzo stood firm in his prediction: a five-win team can win the Big Ten league. This forecast became ever more likely Thursday night. No. 11 Michigan State men's basketball (14-5, 6-2 Big Ten), despite multiple double-digit scoring runs late, barely got a taste of the lead in the dwindling minutes before Indiana resumed control the contest, 67-63.
The Michigan State Spartans swim and dive teams (6-5-1) hosted the Cleveland State men and women Vikings in their last home meet of the 2020 season at McCaffree Pool on Friday evening, and won in a landslide victory — the women outpaced Cleveland State 216-78 while the men pulled away 163.5-135.5.
Senior guard Taryn McCutcheon struggled against Northwestern. In Michigan State women's basketball's near 30-point loss, she turned the ball over five times and went 0-3 from the field.
It was one of those nights where there was a lid on the bucket for Michigan State women’s basketball. The Spartans (11-8, 4-4) fell to No. 22 Northwestern (17-2, 7-1), 76-48.
Moving up to No. 19 in the USCHO.com poll this week after splitting a road series with Wisconsin last weekend, the Michigan State hockey team (12-11-1) returns home to host No. 9 Penn State (16-7-1) this weekend in a top-20 matchup at Munn Ice Arena. Game one is set for 7 p.m. Friday night, followed by a 6 p.m. start time on Saturday for game two.
Redshirt-senior defenseman Jerad Rosburg has been an anchor on the blue line over the course of his tenure with Michigan State hockey. Now in his final season, he is helping to lead a young and talented defenseman-core that has played a big role in the team allowing just 2.29 goals-against per game, good for 16th in the nation.
You’d be hard-pressed to see him showboat. He might crack an occasional smile with his “clone” freshman forward Malik Hall or banter with junior forward Xavier Tillman following practice.
Michigan State women’s basketball has been on a roll, knocking off Ohio State, Wisconsin and Rutgers in its last three games. The Spartans have climbed back to an 11-7 record, crawling above .500 in the Big Ten.
On this week’s State News sports podcast, general assignment reporter Eli McKown talked with men’s basketball beat reporters Jayna Bardahl and Paolo Giannandrea about everything MSU hoops.
Next Wednesday will mark the two year anniversary of the MSU women’s rowing team march from Jenison Fieldhouse to Hannah Administration Building and subsequent meeting with the Board of Trustees.
The State News sat down with Michigan State gymnastics coach Mike Rowe to discuss how his program has been affected since the 2016 arrest of disgraced former doctor Larry Nassar. Rowe was hired in 2017 after former coach Kathie Klages retired while under suspension due to fallout from the investigation into Nassar's crimes. This is his first and only head coaching job at the college level after serving as an assistant coach at the University of Pittsburgh.
The Rutgers Lady Scarlet Knights (15-3, 5-2) hadn’t held a lead since a 6-5 margin, when they blazed their way back from a 12-point deficit in the second half. It looked like Michigan State women's basketball would fall to 2-9 on the road. But rallying back with a 9-0 run, the Spartans (11-7, 4-3) found a way to secure the road win, 66-55.
After starting the Big Ten season with three consecutive loses, Michigan State wrestling bounced back in historic fashion by securing their first Big Ten shutout in 36 years.
No. 20 Michigan State hockey (12-11-1) was unable to complete a regular season sweep of Wisconsin (9-12-1), falling 3-1 to the Badgers Saturday night.
The Michigan State gymnastics team (1-1-0) hosted the Ohio State Buckeyes (1-1-0) in their first Big Ten meet of the 2020 season at Jenison Field House Saturday night.
The Michigan State men's and women's swim and dive teams (4-5-1) hosted the Oakland Golden Grizzlies for an in-state competition at McCaffree Pool Saturday afternoon.
No. 20 Michigan State hockey (12-10-1) was able to secure first place in the Big Ten last night after taking down Wisconsin (8-12-1) 4-0. The victory gave MSU 25 points in the conference this season and put them one point ahead of No. 6 Penn State, who fell to Michigan 6-0 on the same night.