Putting up a fight until halftime, the women’s basketball team could not catch up to out-of-state rivals Ohio State in the second half, falling 76-62. MSU, who now has an overall record of 11-11 (3-8 Big Ten), broke their two-game winning streak on a rare Monday night game against the Buckeyes.
Consistency. Combine it with talent and great things can happen. But consistency has been one thing he women's basketball team (11-10) as lacked this season. “You see flashes (of how good they can be), and now they have to be consistent,” head coach Suzy Merchant said.
By Mayara Sanches email@example.com Not many freshman recruited by a Big Ten school get to play much, or even at all, during their freshman year. They are put on the bench, where they sit and watch the great players do their best, hoping to learn from them.
The women’s basketball team defeated Wisconsin, 77-71 , in a very close game Sunday. With a lot of fight, the team was able to break through the tight Wisconsin defense and bring home the win, after coming back from 85-56 loss against Maryland on Thursday . “That was a rough one,” freshman Kennedy Johnson said.
The women’s basketball (9-10 overall, 1-7 Big Ten) team could not outscore No. 7 Maryland, losing 85-56 on Thursday night. Redshirt sophomore Aerial Powers scored 28 points, half of the Spartans’ score.
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