The No. 11 MSU women’s basketball team is excelling in almost all aspects of the game this season. It hold the highest national ranking in the Big Ten, id second place in the conference standings and among the top five in the league in most of the statistical categories.
The scene was set for a night to remember for Badger fans, defeating one of the best teams in the country, remaining in a tie for first place in the Big Ten and allowing head coach Lisa Stone to celebrate her 500th career victory.
The No. 11 MSU women’s basketball team is fully rested after a full week off and ready to return to the court when it travels to Wisconsin on Thursday. The Spartans (18-3 overall, 6-2 Big Ten) travel to Kohl Center where the Badgers (12-9, 7-2) haven’t lost a game since Dec.
Even in women’s basketball it’s never too early to talk about March Madness. The No. 11 Spartans suffered their third loss of the season at the hands of No.
As of last spring, Russell Byrd didn’t know what it was like to be injured. But nine months after the first of two surgeries on his broken left foot, the MSU freshman guard, who is redshirting this season, is all too familiar with the feeling of being sidelined. “I’ve never been injured,” Byrd said.
Led by 20 points and 17 rebound from junior forward Lykendra Johnson, the No. 12 MSU women’s basketball team defeated Minnesota, 66-54. The performance by Johnson is her best of the season, just beating out her 17-point and 17-rebound performance on Jan.
Shooting just 2-for-23 from 3-point range and 29 percent from the field, the No. 9 MSU women’s basketball team’s 14-game winning streak was ended Sunday at No.