There are certain individuals who are naturally equipped with the supreme confidence that allows them to take on any and every daunting challenge presented to them head on without much reservation. MSU freshman basketball player Sidney Cooks is one of those individuals.
The start of basketball season is upon us, and the men’s and women’s basketball teams are ready to welcome you into the newly renovated Breslin as the hosts for the annual Michigan State Madness this Friday night.
Before both the men's and women's basketball team ever even look to hang banners at the Breslin Center — there's Michigan State Madness.
Monday afternoon marked the first day of practice for the women’s basketball team one month before they kickoff the season against Lake Superior State on Nov 5.
Former Spartan Tori Jankoska is headed to Taiwan. The former All-American will be playing for Team USA in the World University games next month.
The women's basketball Big Ten-ACC Challenge is set. The Spartans duel the Miami Hurricanes Nov. 30. The Spartans hold a 5-5 record in the Challenge all-time.
Tori Jankoska is headed to Chicago. The former MSU women's basketball star was drafted No. 9 overall in the 2017 WNBA Draft by the Chicago Sky.
Tori Jankoska has already left her mark on the MSU women's basketball team, but the accolades keep on flowing in for the senior guard, who earned Women's Basketball Coaches Association, or WBCA, honorable mention All-America honors, the WBCA announced Saturday.
The 2017 McDonald's All-American Game, which showcases some of the best high school players across the country annually, was held Wednesday at the United Center in Chicago, Ill..
After a successful season to conclude her career in the green and white, MSU women's basketball's senior guard Tori Jankoska added another award to her name. The Freeland, Mich. native was named to the Associated Press honorable mention All-America team, according to a press release.
Senior guard for MSU women's basketball, Tori Jankoska, was named to the Women's Basketball Coaches Association, or WBCA, All-Region team.
No. 9 seed MSU Women’s Basketball traveled all the way to Columbia, South Carolina to play the No. 8 seed Arizona State University. Making it into this year’s NCAA Tournament is the eighth time in nine season that the Spartans have been selected for the postseason play.
The MSU women’s basketball team is dancing for the 16th time in program history and the second straight season.
On March 13, teams across the country waited for their names to appear in a bracket slot on ESPN. After going 9-7 during Big Ten conference play and wrapping up the regular season 21-11, MSU women’s basketball waited to be selected for the NCAA Tournament.
The MSU women’s basketball team faced the No. 2 Maryland Terrapins Saturday in the semifinal round of the Big Ten Tournament.
Following an upset win by the MSU women’s basketball team on the road earlier in the season to the University of Michigan, the Wolverines were looking to rebound from that loss in the quarterfinals in the Big Ten Tournament Friday night when they faced MSU for the second time this season.
A jumper from senior guard Tori Jankoska 3:13 left in the third quarter was ultimately the night’s biggest play for the MSU women’s basketball team, who took on No. 11 seed Wisconsin Thursday night in their first game of the Big Ten Tournament.
The MSU women’s basketball team wrapped up the regular season with a 19-10 overall record and enters the postseason a No. 6 seed in the Big Ten Tournament.