The No. 6-seed Michigan State women’s tennis team opens the postseason in the Big Ten Women’s Tennis Tournament against No.3-seed Northwestern on Friday, April 28, with the match set to begin at 3 p.m. The 2017 Big Ten Women’s Tennis Tournament will take place in Champaign, Ill.
After a three-match weekend, falling to two Big Ten opponents but defeating UIC to round out the regular season the Michigan State men’s tennis team is turning its attention to the upcoming Big Ten Tournament that stretches from Thursday April 27 to Sunday April 30.
Special guests include MSU Women’s Tennis Coach, Kim Bruno. Sports Turf Manager, Amy Fouty and MSU Big Ten Champion women’s golf member Junior, Sarah Burnham
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The Michigan State women’s tennis team dropped its regular-season finale on Sunday afternoon to No. 36 Northwestern in a back and forth match, 4-3. The Spartans conclude the regular season 17-7 overall and 7-4 in Big Ten play.
The Michigan State men’s tennis team dropped a hard fought 4-3 battle to Nebraska on Friday, April 21. Michigan State moves to 10-16 on the year and 0-10 in the Big Ten Conference.
The Michigan State women’s tennis team fell to Illinois, 4-1, on Friday afternoon at the MSU Indoor Tennis Facility. MSU drops to 17-6 overall and 7-3 in Big Ten play, while Illinois improves to 13-11 overall and 7-3 in conference play.
The Michigan State women’s tennis team concludes the 2017 regular season this weekend as they host Illinois in the last home match of the season for Senior Day on Friday, April 21, with the match set to begin at 4 p.m. MSU will then travel to Evanston, Ill. on Sunday, April 23, to face Northwestern in conclusion of the regular season, with the match set to begin at 2 p.m.
The Michigan State mens tennis team will conclude the regular season with a three-match weekend, taking on two Big Ten opponents and rounding out the season at UIC.
Athena – the Greek Goddess of wisdom and military strategy – was best known for her logic and intellect. For the past four years, the MSU women’s tennis team has had an Athena of its own – Athena Trouillot – who with a calm and collected battle strategy has racked up win after win, 154 to be exact.
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The Michigan State men’s tennis team suffered a 7-0 setback to #28 Illinois on Sunday, April 16.
The Michigan State women’s tennis team won a hard-fought match with Nebraska on Saturday afternoon to improve to 16-5 on the season and 6-2 in the Big Ten. MSU came away with a 4-0 victory despite five of six singles matches going to the third set, as the Spartans executed in tough moments all afternoon in order to come away with the victory.
The Michigan State men’s tennis team dropped a 7-0 decision to #21 Northwestern, the seventh ranked opponent the Spartans have faced this season, on Friday, April 14 at the MSU Outdoor Tennis Courts.
The Michigan State women’s tennis team returns home this weekend to welcome Big Ten opponents Nebraska and Iowa. MSU will face the Cornhuskers on Saturday, April 15 and will host the Hawkeyes on Sunday, April 16. Both matches are set to begin at 12 p.m., with Sunday featuring a double dip of Spartan tennis, with the men’s team taking on Illinois at the same time.
The Michigan State men’s tennis team will host a pair of ranked Big Ten opponents in its last two home matches of the season at the MSU Outdoor Tennis Courts.
The Michigan State women’s tennis team will feature an athlete once a week this spring in attempts to Meet the Spartans. This week, senior Athena Trouillot (Miami, Fla.) sat down with msuspartans.com to answer some questions.
The Michigan State men’s tennis team dropped a 6-1 match to #32 Minnesota on Sunday, April 9. Michigan State drops to 10-13 on the season and still in search of its first conference victory sitting at 0-7, while the Gophers improve to 15-6 and 4-3 in conference action.
The Michigan State women’s tennis team wrapped up its weekend on the road with a 6-1 victory over Rutgers to improve to 15-5 on the season and 5-2 in Big Ten play. Rutgers falls to 6-11 on the season and 1-6 in conference play.
The Michigan State women’s tennis team dropped a 5-2 decision to #44 Maryland to halt its five-match win streak. MSU falls to 14-5 on the season and 4-2 in Big Ten Conference action. “It was a hard fought battle today,” said head coach Kim Bruno. “There was a moment where we had the match and we let it slip away a bit by a team that played tough tennis throughout the match. We can learn from defeat and respond for Rutgers.”
The Michigan State women’s tennis team takes to the road this weekend as they continue Big Ten play against Maryland and Rutgers.SU will travel to College Park, Md. to face Maryland on Friday, April 7, with the match set to begin at 3 p.m. MSU will then face Rutgers on Sunday, April 9, with the match set to begin at 12 p.m.
The Michigan State men’s tennis team will return home for an action-packed weekend with two home matches, an alumni and team banquet, and a celebration of the 50th anniversary of the 1967 men’s tennis Big Ten Champions.