Michigan State (9-26, 0-8 Big Ten) ended up battling themselves as well as the elements Wednesday, but they were able to hold on for a 5-3 victory over Eastern Michigan (8-28, 3-9 MAC).
In a spring game where all attention was focused on senior quarterback Brian Lewerke’s first live reps since 2018, the offense displayed much more to dissect in its underwhelming 42-26 defeat.
Amidst the unrest over the prospective neon alternates, Michigan State played its annual spring game Saturday, as the defense imposed a 42-26 victory over the offense.
Following a series win over Indiana State last weekend, Michigan State baseball began a four-game road trip before returning to East Lansing for a nine-game home stand.
As the many concerns of fifth-year senior quarterback Brian’s Lewerke’s health remained the focus of the early spring, coach Mark Dantonio’s “his arm’s live” assertion following his team’s first spring practice seems to have appeased the mob.