The No. 23 Spartans (14-5, 4-4 Big Ten) will travel to Ann Arbor to face the Wolverines (12-8, 3-5 Big Ten) for the Spartan’s biggest road test of the season.
No. 23 Spartans (14-5) swept Illinois at home with a score of 77-60, meaning the team remains undefeated with a home record of 11-0.
After falling to No. 20 Rutgers, 62-76 on Jan. 20, the Spartans dropped six spots in the latest AP polls coming in at No. 23.
The No. 21 Scarlet Knights (15-3, 7-0 Big Ten) upset No. 17 Spartans (13-5, 3-4 Big Ten), 76-62 to remain perfect in Big Ten play.
The Spartans remain perfect at home with a 77-60 upset win over Maryland. Aggressive defense lead by Madrekia Cook and Sidney Cooks held Maryland to 14.3 percent shooting from behind the arch and 42.3 percent from the field.
The Spartans went up six spots in this week’s AP polls, and Shay Colley got her second career double-double against the unranked Buckeyes on Monday night.
In the team's tenth win of the season, Sidney Cooks posted double digit points and Jenna Allen remained physical against the No. 18 Golden Gophers.
Sidney Cook had a tremendous game off the bench on both sides of the court, leading MSU with points (21), and tallying three blocks.
A top-15 match-up, the Spartans will be in familiar territory, facing higher ranked opponents, in this tough competition in the Gophers.
Michigan State women’s basketball (2-0) earned a 75-53 victory in a hard-fought nonconference matchup against East Tenessee State (0-2) Sunday.
Women's basketball's regular season officially started Tuesday night with a resounding 99-69 win over Bowling Green.
Michigan State women’s basketball completed an 88-59 rout of the Hillsdale Chargers in its final exhibition Thursday night at the Breslin Center.
Basketball season is on the horizon in East Lansing. The perennially theatric Midnight Madness showcased one of its more fitting themes at the Breslin Center Friday night.