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Since January 2014, women's basketball has yet to win a game in Columbus. That streak continues as the Spartans take another loss to the No. 12 Buckeyes, 78-62. This is now the fourth loss in the past six games, as the Spartans drop to 14-8 on the season and 4-5 in the Big Ten.
ANN ARBOR - Going into Tuesday night’s game against the No. 16 Wolverines, the injury plagued women’s basketball team was already down four players.
ANN ARBOR - Watch head coach Suzy Merchant and players' reactions to MSU's 74-48 loss to No. 16 University of Michigan Tuesday night.
ANN ARBOR - Just like against Indiana last Saturday, the Spartans got off to slow start against the University of Michigan, losing 25-11 at the end of the first quarter.
It looked as if it was going to be a blowout right from the start, as the Hoosiers knocked down their first seven 3-pointers in the first half. While MSU made a late run in the second half, but it was not enough as the team fell, 69-65.
Worldwide attention has been focused on MSU this past week, as many are calling for President Lou Anna K. Simon to resign after the way the situation was handled with ex-MSU and USA Gymnastics doctor, Larry Nassar.
Freshman forward Sidney Cooks has quickly emerged as one of MSU’s go-to players this season, despite being so young, with little experience and part of a team loaded with upperclassmen.
After a long stretch of shooting struggles, sophomore guard Taryn McCutcheon hit a career-high six 3-pointers as MSU upsets No. 11 Maryland, 82-68. The Spartans improve to 13-5 on the season and 3-2 in the Big Ten.
Coming off a crushing defeat Wednesday night, the women's basketball team came back with strong defensive play and destroyed Rhode Island Saturday afternoon, 82-38.
Right from the get-go, the Spartans stood no chance against the No. 2 ranked Fighting Irish in the country. MSU finished with a dismal offensive performance throughout the night losing 59-90 to Notre Dame.
On Sunday afternoon, the women’s basketball team had it's first close game of the season as sophomore guard Taryn McCutchen hit a floater with 24 seconds left to seal the deal in a 65-62 win over Western Michigan.
With just 8.3 seconds left in the game — Western Michigan had the chance to tie it. Down by just three points, a 65-62 deficit, overtime was in sight. Or at the very least, possible.
MSU's win over Charleston was never quite close, it was 46-27 at halftime and the Spartans never did look back. The largest cheer of the night came when they eclipsed the century mark, eventually downing the Cougars 107-43.
On Monday night, guard Shay Colley was one assist away on Monday night from being etched into Spartan history as the fourth women’s basketball player to obtain a triple-double.
Women’s basketball defeated Oakland 95-63 in another home blowout last night as the Spartans improve to 2-0 on the season.
In the first and only exhibition game this season, the women’s basketball team dominated Lake Superior State 111-37.
Everyone is different. When tasked with a difficult challenge, some people naturally might let a sense of doubt seep in and let their lack of conviction get the best of them. This is normal, it's human nature.
The start of basketball season is upon us, and the men’s and women’s basketball teams are ready to welcome you into the newly renovated Breslin as the hosts for the annual Michigan State Madness this Friday night.
After a weekend filled with mostly Spartan victories, here is the roundup for the week.
Before both the men's and women's basketball team ever even look to hang banners at the Breslin Center — there's Michigan State Madness.