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Preview: MSU baseball to face No. 1 seed Maryland in first round of the Big Ten Tournament

While the .500 record to finish the last month of conference play off was not exactly ideal, the seven wins in that span were just enough to allow MSU to grab the eighth and final seed in the Big Ten Tournament, marking a return to the conference's post-season tournament for the first time since 2018. With coming into the tournament as an eight seed, Michigan State will face the top-seeded Maryland Terrapins. The game will be the third of the tournament's opening day with first pitch clocked for 7 p.m. at Charles Schwab Field Omaha in Nebraska. While the winner will advance to play either fourth-seeded Nebraska or fifth-seeded Rutgers on Thursday evening, the losing team will still have something to play for as they will face the loser of that same game on Thursday morning. 


MSU baseball fails to walk off with bases loaded, falls to Purdue Fort Wayne for first loss in six games

Michigan State baseball had an opportunity to send its fans home happy in the bottom of the ninth. The score read 4-3 in favor of the Purdue Fort Wayne Mastodons with one of the Spartans' best hitters in junior infielder Brock Vradenburg stepping to the plate with the bases loaded. After taking the first pitch, Vradenburg grounded out to first as the 10-win Mastodons snapped MSU’s five-game win streak.