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After finishing the 2019 campaign with their second consecutive 20-win season, Michigan State baseball is already starting to turn things around in 2020.
Michigan State softball is in the midst of their 2020 preseason run, tallying a 3-10 record during their trip to Florida.
You can look at this team and what could've been endlessly. What if they weren’t plagued by injury and sickness? What if they were just a little more consistent? What if they just shot the ball better or made a high percent of their free throws? Maybe they would be a shoo-in for the tournament. Maybe they’d be sitting near the top of the Big Ten.
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 men's basketball's opponent.
Michigan State football coach Mel Tucker has appointed William Peagler as the running backs coach and Ross Els as the special teams coordinator on his inaugural staff.
Newly appointed Michigan State football coach Mel Tucker has juggled assembling his staff, recruiting and making appearances at multiple Spartan athletic games since his hiring on Feb. 12. But if there’s one thing he has set in stone, it’s that his team will “bring the juice.”
As sophomore guard Amy Dilk dribbled the clock out in the final seconds of Michigan women's basketball's 65-57 win over Michigan State, history was made. The Wolverines' road victory marked their first sweep of the season series against the Spartans since the 2014-15 season.
Shay Colley only scored two points Sunday against Michigan. It was the redshirt senior guard’s first game back from injury since Dec. 28 against Indiana, and only her seventh of the season.
The Spartans should trademark the third-quarter run. After trailing by 15 points going into the half, Michigan State women’s basketball (14-13, 7-9) rallied back to a fourth-quarter lead, but Michigan (18-9, 9-7) was able to handle their push, pulling away with a 65-57 victory.
Michigan State football Head Coach Mel Tucker continued to make his rounds on Sunday, as he addressed the MSU women's fanbase during halftime of their game against Michigan.
Michigan State women’s basketball (14-12, 7-8) looks to stay hot at home Sunday in their matchup against rival Michigan (17-9, 8-7).
Michigan State gymnastics battled hard through the first half of their Saturday bracket at "Elevate the Stage," dominating their rotations through bars and beam with new tricks and only a handful of "whoopsies," as coach Mike Rowe put it. "Some missed handstands and some missed landings," Rowe said. " ... but they stayed on."
A late third-period collapse extended Michigan State hockey’s (14-17-1) losing streak to four games as they fell to No. 12 Ohio State (18-10-4) 4-2 Saturday night at Munn Ice Arena.
The Michigan State gymnastics team (3-3-0) was on a win high after dropping Rutgers (1-4-0) and No. 23 Illinois (9-5-0) in back-to-back conference duals.
Sophomore goaltender Drew DeRidder didn’t know he was starting until he got to the rink before Michigan State’s 1-0 loss to Ohio State Friday night.
Down a couple of key players Friday night, the Michigan State hockey team (14-16-1) was shut out at home by No. 12 Ohio State (17-10-4), falling 1-0 at Munn Ice Arena.
Michigan State football coach Mel Tucker has added more to his growing staff, this time in the form of his seventh assistant coach Ted Gilmore and and three directors to the non-coaching staff.
Michigan State (18-9, 10-6 Big Ten) men's basketball pulled away from Nebraska (7-19, 2-13 Big Ten) down the second half stretch. The Spartans started sophomore walk-on guard Jack Hoiberg against his father, Nebraska coach Fred Hoiberg, in a game where they were favored by double digits but plagued by another slow start. MSU would establish themselves in a 86-65 win.
Sophomore guard Nia Clouden brought the heroics to West Lafayette. The Spartans (14-12, 7-8) edged Purdue (17-11, 8-8) 65-63, on a game-winner from the sophomore guard.
After a disappointing weekend that included getting swept by Michigan and scoring just two goals in two games, the Michigan State hockey team (14-15-1) welcomes No. 12 Ohio State (16-10-4) this weekend for what will be the final regular season games at Munn Ice Arena this season.