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A frigid Saturday afternoon in East Lansing led to a packed Breslin Center, where the No. 18-ranked MSU women’s basketball team hosted Big Ten opponent Iowa, in which they rallied back from a 13-point halftime deficit to top the Hawkeyes by a final score of 80-73.
MSU women's basketball is off to a great start this season. As the team gets deeper into Big Ten play, lets recap some highlight thus far.
On a busy Sunday where the students of MSU were returning to campus to get ready for the new semester, the No. 23 MSU women’s basketball team pulled an upset over No. 16 Northwestern by a score of 74-51.
On a Sunday afternoon where the weather was tame and the festivities from an extended holiday weekend were coming to an end, a crowded Breslin Center watched the MSU women’s basketball team (10-3 record, 1-1 in the Big Ten) take on the Wisconsin Badgers (5-7, 1-1 in the Big Ten) in which MSU won by a final score of 77-67.
After suffering their first home loss of the season Thursday against Louisville, the No. 19 ranked Spartan women’s basketball team was back in action on Sunday against the Loyola University Ramblers.
After spending the extended Thanksgiving weekend in the Bahamas, where they defeated Cincinnati but suffered their first loss of the season against No. 5 Baylor in the Junkanoo Jam, the No. 19 ranked Spartans (4-2) were upset at home by the unranked Louisville Cardinals (2-4) by a final score of 85-78.
The No. 23 Women's basketball team cruised past the Idaho State Bengals for its third victory of the season, by a final score of 79-60.
For most college freshmen, leaving home for the first time can be hard. It’s a difficult transition for anyone to say goodbye to loved ones, move into a small room with a complete stranger and get used to a totally different lifestyle. While this is generally the case for most freshmen, it can be even more overwhelming for international students — those on a collegiate sports team on top of that.