Michigan State women’s basketball led wire-to-wire, defeating Rhode Island, 82-38, Saturday afternoon at the Breslin Center. With the win, the Spartans improved to 6-3 overall, while the Rams fall to 1-8 this season.
Before Michigan State women’s basketball takes a break for finals, the Spartans will return home to the Breslin Center to take on Rhode Island on Saturday, Dec. 9 at 2 p.m. on BTN Plus. This is the third of five doubleheaders with the MSU men’s team, who will take on Southern Utah at 6 p.m. The Spartans are 5-3 with losses to No. 1 UConn and No. 2 Notre Dame this season.
Facing its second top-three ranked team of the season, the Michigan State women’s basketball team fell to No. 3/2 Notre Dame, 90-69 at the Joyce Center Wednesday in South Bend.
For the third time in four seasons, Michigan State women’s basketball will take on Notre Dame. This season, MSU will travel to South Bend to take on No. 3/2 Notre Dame at the Joyce Center on Wednesday, Dec. 6 at 7 p.m. The game will be televised on the ACC Network Extra. The Fighting Irish captured meetings in East Lansing in both 2014 and 2016. Senior forward Taya Reimer will be taking on her former squad for the second-straight season.
On Sunday afternoon, the women’s basketball team had it’s first close game of the season as sophomore guard Taryn McCutchen hit a floater with 24 seconds left to seal the deal in a 65-62 win over Western Michigan.
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Behind a double-double from junior forward Jenna Allen, Michigan State women’s basketball stopped in-state foe Western Michigan, 65-62, in a return to the Breslin Center.
Michigan State finally returns to the friendly confines of the Breslin Center after a three-game road swing. The Spartans will take on in-state foe, Western Michigan, on Sunday, Dec. 3 at 12:30 p.m. The game is the first half of a doubleheader with the MSU men’s team, who opens up Big Ten action against Nebraska. This is the second of five doubleheaders this season.
A season-high 14 points from sophomore guard Taryn McCutcheon was not enough as Michigan State lost to Miami, 67-57, Thursday night in the Big Ten/ACC Challenge at Miami’s Watsco Center.
Michigan State will conclude its three-game road trip by heading to Miami, Florida to play in the 11th annual Big Ten/ACC Challenge. The Spartans will take on Miami on Thursday, Nov. 30 at 7 p.m. at the Watsco Center.
There aren’t many women’s basketball teams in the country that can say they’re on a winning streak against Connecticut. Michigan State is one of those teams — if you consider one win a streak, that is. The Spartans and Huskies last played in December 2004, when Michigan State won, 67-51, en route to a season in which it played for a national championship.
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Michigan State continues its three-game road trip, taking on No. 1 Connecticut at the PK80 Invitational in Eugene, Oregon. The Spartans and the Huskies join Oregon and Oklahoma at Matthew Knight Arena for the women’s portion of the Invitational. All four schools will have their men’s teams take part in Portland.
Michigan State women’s basketball improved to 4-0 with a 97-60 win over Detroit Mercy in its road opener on Tuesday night. The Spartans used career highs from junior forward Jenna Allen and sophomore forward Mardrekia Cook to earn the victory.
Michigan State hits the road for the first time this season. The Spartans remain in the Great Lakes State, taking on Detroit Mercy on Tuesday, Nov. 21 at 7 p.m. MSU started the season 3-0 with home wins against Robert Morris, Oakland and College of Charleston.
Behind 18-point performances from senior forward Kennedy Johnson and freshman forward Sidney Cooks, the Michigan State women’s basketball team improved to 3-0 with a 107-43 win over College of Charleston Sunday.
Michigan State concludes its four-game homestand, taking on College of Charleston on Sunday, Nov. 19 at 12 p.m. This is the first half of a doubleheader with the Michigan State men’s basketball team. The teams will have five doubleheaders this season. The Spartans will have another quartet of home games in February.
Redshirt-sophomore guard Shay Colley was one assist shy of a triple-double as the Spartans stopped Oakland, 95-63, at the Breslin Center on Monday. With the win, Michigan State improved to 2-0 for the third-straight season.
Michigan State continues its four-game homestand, taking on in-state foe Oakland on Monday, Nov. 13 at the Breslin Center at 7 p.m. This is the first of two four-game homestands this season. The Spartans will have another quartet of home games in February.
Five Spartans scored in double figures as the Michigan State women’s basketball team captured the season opener against Robert Morris, 100-58, Saturday. Freshman forward Sidney Cooks was impressive in her Spartans’ debut, scoring 17 points to go with six rebounds and three assists. Also playing her first game in the Green and White was redshirt-sophomore Shay Colley, who tallied 16 points, four boards and two steals.