Michigan State women’s basketball is on a two-game losing streak after falling 86-71 to No. 5 Ohio State at home last Sunday and 94-91 against Indiana University away. The Spartans are traveling to Ann Arbor to have a rematch against their in-state rival, the University of Michigan, on Sunday, Feb. 18.
Michigan State women's basketball could not overpower No. 5 Ohio State and its offensive powerhouses throughout the four quarters, as the Spartans fell to the Buckeyes 86-71.
MSU women's basketball fell to No. 5 Ohio State 86- 71 this Sunday afternoon at the Breslin Center, which now places the Spartans fifth in the Big Ten conference. The Spartans now hold a record of 17-7 overall, 7-6 in the Big Ten Conference and 11-2 at home.
Michigan State women's basketball fell short to the No. 14 Indiana Hoosiers on Thursday night 94-91 in a nail-biting finish on the road. The Spartans now hold a record of 17-6 overall and 7-5 in the Big Ten Conference, along with a 3-4 record away. Coming into the game, the Hoosiers were 11-0 in home games and now still hold a perfect record after they clinched a win. Before the game, both teams were on a four-game winning streak against multiple Big Ten opponents.
The Michigan State women's basketball team has been climbing up the Big Ten standings through its four-game win streak. After having a rejuvenating 76-65 rematch win over the Minnesota Golden Gophers last Monday, the Spartans will continue in their gauntlet run on Thursday in hopes of making it five consecutive wins.
After the worst shooting performance of the season in the first go-around just a few weeks ago, the Michigan State women’s basketball team completely flipped its performance in its 76-65 win over the Minnesota Golden Gophers.
Michigan State women's basketball defeated the Minnesota Golden Gophers 76-65 on Monday, Feb. 5 at the Breslin Center which brought the team's win streak to four consecutive wins.
Tip-off for the matchup between the Spartans and the Golden Gophers is set for Monday, Feb. 5 at 6 p.m. inside the Breslin Center. The Spartans will also be celebrating National Girls and Women in Sports Day. The game is available to watch on Big Ten Network.
The Michigan State women’s basketball team is now on a three-game winning streak after a road win against Rutgers on Tuesday, Jan. 30, with a score of 82-64. The Spartans now hold a record of 16-5 overall and 6-4 in the Big Ten Conference.
The Michigan State Spartans will look to gain their third Big Ten win in a row against the Rutgers Scarlet Knights on Tuesday, Jan. 30 at 7 pm. The game will be streamed on Big Ten Plus.
Michigan State women's basketball breaks its three-game losing streak with a win against in-state rival University of Michigan, 82-61, with a key performance by junior guard/forward Jocelyn Tate.
The Michigan State Spartans routed the University of Michigan in their first matchup of the year with a final score of 82-61. Four Michigan State players ended the game in double-digits to help the team dominate over the Wolverines.
Coming off of a 27-point victory over Purdue, Michigan State women’s basketball will have another home game at the Breslin Center against its state-rival, the University of Michigan, on Saturday, Jan. 27.
Joiner finally reached the 1,000-point mark in her fifth year with the Spartans, and with the season that she has been having, it was destined to happen sooner than later. It not only happened sooner than some may have imagined, but it also happened in a season where she’s been needed more than ever.