Tuesday, May 21, 2024

Sports

WOMEN'S BASKETBALL

MSU women's basketball falls short to No. 14 Indiana 94-91 in intense road battle

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. 

SPORTS

MSU men's tennis Max Sheldon and Ozan Baris ranked No. 1 in doubles by ITA

Max Sheldon and Ozan Baris, two Michigan State tennis players who act as a dynamic duo on the tennis court, have received an honor from the Intercollegiate Tennis Association, or ITA, as being ranked as the number one doubles pair in the country. This achievement marks the first time any Spartan, either as a singles player or in a doubles team, has ever been ranked No. 1 in the country in the ITA rankings, the largest ranking organization in collegiate tennis. 

ICE HOCKEY

MSU hockey prepares for away series against Notre Dame, hopes to bounce back after split weekend

 After a split weekend against the Minnesota Golden Gophers -- with a comeback 3-2 win on night one and a tough night two loss of 5-1 -- the Spartans are ready to hit the road and play for a great series of hockey and learning how to improve from the previous games. Currently, Michigan State is 17-6-3 overall, including an 11-3-2 record in the Big Ten and are 6-4-1 away.