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WOMEN'S BASKETBALL

MSU women's basketball comes up short in first round of March Madness, look to rebuild for next season

The Michigan State women’s basketball team had been playing all season with a success that not many people expected. A brand new coach, Robyn Fralick, some new faces and a recent history of not making it to the NCAA Tournament left people wondering how far this season's "trial-run" team will go. After going 22-9 in overall play and 12-6 in conference play, Michigan State's season came to an end after a close finish against the University of North Carolina ended in a 59-56 defeat, sending the Spartans home to East Lansing after the Round of 64 in March Madness.

WOMEN'S BASKETBALL

MSU women's basketball falls to UNC 59-56 in nail-biting finish, out of March Madness after first round

The Michigan State women’s basketball team, making its first appearance in the NCAA Tournament since 2021, began March Madness with a battle against a University of North Carolina team in its fourth straight tournament appearance. Giving a fight until the very end, the Spartans came up just short and were ultimately defeated 59-56 in the first round of the tournament, sending head coach Robyn Fralick and the rest of the Spartans home to East Lansing.