Michigan State's Nia Clouden is the final player taken in the first round of the WNBA Draft as she makes her way to the Connecticut Sun.
Boyne City Elementary School math and science teacher Erin Mastin hopes to leave a positive impact on her current third-grade class by using sports to teach them how to work together as a team.
She was No. 42 in ESPN's Top-100 list of recruits, Michigan Gatorade Player of the Year and Michigan Miss Basketball.
If they hope to pull off the upset win against Ohio State, they'll need Farquhar to continue to fulfill her role as a rebounder and to create big plays when her team needs it most.
The Spartans (15-14, 9-9) will advance to the third round of the Big Ten Tournament, meeting No. 1 Ohio State tomorrow morning at 11:30 a.m. in Gainbridge Fieldhouse.
The young team will need to look to their seniors once more when they take on Purdue in the first round of the Big Ten tournament on Thursday.