Michigan State women's basketball is looking for its second straight conference win against No. 22 Illinois Sunday. The Spartans will be without Head Women’s Basketball Coach Suzy Merchant for the first time this season, after she was involved in a car accident due to a medical episode.
After collapsing in the final 10 seconds to Purdue on Jan. 16, Michigan State men's basketball looks to split the series on the road Sunday.
Merchant is currently being treated at Sparrow Hospital in Lansing and is in stable condition. Assistant Head Coach Dean Lockwood will act as interim head coach during Merchant’s absence.
Michigan State got some help from arguably its most versatile player when senior forward Malik Hall made his return from injury in the win against Iowa.
Michigan State looks to bounce back in Big Ten play this Thursday as the Spartans welcome Iowa to the Breslin Center.
Head Coach Tom Izzo discussed Malik Hall's injury and his possible timetable for return in his weekly press conference.
In front of a home crowd at Breslin Center, during the game to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Title IX, freshman guard Abbey Kimball scored a career-high 13 points as Michigan State defeated Rutgers, 85-63.
The Spartans look to add another Big Ten win to their resume as they head to Champaign for a matchup with Illinois next Sunday, Jan. 29 at 6 p.m.
After a series of close losses, the Spartans look to get back on track as they welcome Rutgers to the Breslin Center Sunday.
Michigan State is looking to carry the momentum from its win over Rutgers Thursday as the team makes a quick turnaround to take on Indiana Sunday at noon.
Head Coach Tom Izzo spoke with the media after practice Friday afternoon to discuss this Sunday’s game against Indiana and the quick turnaround from Thursday's win against Rutgers.
Freshman center Jaxon Kohler collected his first double-double, finishing with a career-high 12 points and 11 rebounds in the team's 70-57 win over Rutgers.
After a slow start, Michigan State hit its stride defensively to slow down the Scarlet Knights and ultimately take the game 70-57.
The Spartans did enough to force a poor shooting night from Iowa's star Caitlin Clark, but 22 points in 22 minutes down low from Monika Czinano did the trick for the Hawkeyes.