Sunday, April 14, 2024

Chris Meagher

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Reaves arraigned on drunken driving, unlawful license charges

A 20-year-old MSU student and football player was arraigned Wednesday on charges of drunken driving and unlawfully displaying a license, court officials said. Stephen Reaves, a sophomore who was backup quarterback for the MSU football team in fall 2004, was arraigned on the two misdemeanor charges. The maximum penalty is 93 days in jail and/or $500 per misdemeanor charge, Assistant City Attorney Tom Yeadon said. MSU Associate Athletics Director John Lewandowski would not detail what action will be taken. "Coach Smith will take appropriate disciplinary action - we are not going to air our dirty laundry in public," Lewandowski said. Reaves was previously charged with a minor in possession and a prohibited alcohol charge. Reaves is the fifth football player of the semester to appear in court. Last season, the Tampa, Fla., native played in five games, going 23-for-58 with 331 yards with two touchdowns.


Huntington hired as men's track assistant

Walled Lake native Randy Huntington has joined the MSU men's track and field coaching staff as an assistant, coaching the throwers, jumpers and multi-event competitors. Huntington will bring almost three decades of experience coaching professional and amateur athletes to East Lansing, including eight Olympians and seven World Championship members. "Bringing Randy in gives us a better understanding of the scientific part of coaching," MSU head coach Darroll Gatson said in a statement.


Golf team earns bid to NCAA regionals

The MSU women's golf team earned a No. 14 seed in the Central Region of the NCAA Women's Golf Regional Championships on May 5-7 in Lubbock, Texas, the Spartans' seventh consecutive appearance in the championships. The NCAA Championship round, May 17-20 in Corvallis, Ore., will feature the top eight teams and two individual players from each region. The Spartans finished third in the Big Ten Championships this past weekend in Ann Arbor.