Men's Basketball runrebs.com —  I truly believe Michigan State is the right decision for me. During this process, I’ve gotten to know and respect Tom Izzo, and playing for one of the most legendary coaches in college basketball history will be one of the greatest experiences of my life. And with everything I’ve been through in my career, I couldn’t pass up the chance to play for a team with real national championship hopes.
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Men's Basketball spartanavenue.com —  Matt Costello is one of four Spartans looking to get selected in the 2016 NBA Draft, but he’s going to have to work an uphill battle to hear his name called in June. He is, however, getting some pre-draft workouts in, including Thursday with the Utah Jazz. Not being invited to the NBA combine is a big reason to accept as many pre-draft workouts as possible. This is where the uphill battle of being drafted begins.
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Baseball msuspartans.com —  Michigan State sophomore pitcher Keegan Baar has been named to the Academic All-District 5 First Team, as selected by College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA). The teams recognize the nation's top student-athletes for their combined performances athletically and in the classroom.
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Softball msuspartans.com —  MSU heads to Columbus for a three-game series with Ohio State that will wrap up the 2016 regular season for both teams. The Buckeyes, which are just outside the NFCA Top 25, are 31-15-1 overall and sit in fourth place with a 12-7-1 mark in Big Ten play. Their tie came in a 9-9 tie in the series finale vs. Wisconsin.
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Men's Basketball mlive.com —  Nearly two months after they played their final game, Denzel Valentine, Bryn Forbes, Matt Costello and Colby Wollenman will all be leaving Michigan State for good soon. The school's commencement will be held this weekend, after which the four will go their separate ways -- Valentine, Forbes and Costello will chase professional basketball careers while Wollenman will prepare for medical school.
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Men's Basketball detroitnews.com —  Al Ferrari, the first player to score 1,000 career points at Michigan State, died Monday in St. Louis at age 82. The native of New York walked on at Michigan State and was a three-time team MVP from 1953-55 and served as a captain his senior season. In 66 career games, Ferrari scored 1,109 points for an average of 16.8 points a game.
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Men's Golf msuspartans.com —  Michigan State men's golf has earned a berth in the NCAA Regionals, heading to Stillwater, Oklahoma, hosted by Oklahoma State, May 16-18. This is the Spartans' first trip as a team to NCAA Regionals since 2009. Michigan State received a No. 7 seed in the NCAA Oklahoma State Regional and will play at the Karsten Creek Golf Club Course on May 16-18 (Monday-Wednesday) in Stillwater, Oklahoma.
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Softball msuspartans.com —  Michigan State sophomore center fielder Lea Foerster (Portage, Mich.) has been selected as a College Sports Information Directors Association (CoSIDA) Academic All-District selection, as announced by the organization on Thursday, May 5. CoSIDA Academic All-America program recognizes the nation’s top student-athletes for their combined performances athletically and in the classroom. The Academic All-District™ teams are divided into eight geographic districts across the United States and Canada.
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Baseball msuspartans.com —  The No. 24 Michigan State baseball team hosts Nebraska this weekend for games on Saturday, Sunday and Monday. All three games will take place at 1:05 p.m. at McLane Baseball Stadium with Monday's contest airing live on BTN. Entering the weekend, the top six teams in the Big Ten are separated by just two and a half games, with MSU sitting in third and Nebraska tied for fifth. The Spartans are 30-11 overall and 10-5 in the Big Ten, while the Huskers are 28-16 with a 9-6 mark in conference play.
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Football detroitnews.com —  Florida and Georgia have been two states Michigan State’s staff has been able to procure talent from over the last several years. The Spartans currently have seven players on their roster from those states, and judging from their recent stops and offers during the spring evaluation period, that is a number they’d like to see grow in the 2017 and 2018 classes.
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Football espn.go.com —  Spring practice is in the books, which means we can assess the progress -- or lack thereof -- from those 15 practice sessions. Some position battles have been solidified; others remain in flux until well after fall camp opens. This week, we'll take a look at each team and what we've learned. Up next: Michigan State.
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Baseball impact89fm.org —  Zach goes rogue in this week’s show as he is partnerless while Michael lives the life of a superstar. He goes on to break down the hard-fought Michigan – Michigan State series that he believes may very well be a turning point in the season when this team reflects. Listen all the way through as Zach examines how good this team really is. On any given day this team can compete with the best of the best and the Spartans proved that after taking two of three from the Wolverines. Find out why.
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Men's Basketball mlive.com —  Since we had our last mailbag more than a month ago, it's been eventful in East Lansing. Michigan State has lost two transfers, an NBA early departure, and added a graduate transfer in the form of Ben Carter. And oh yeah, its coach made the Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame.
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Men's Basketball isportsweb.com —  Michigan State basketball is currently putting the finishing touches on the 2016 recruiting class. The Spartans currently have four freshmen and a graduate transfer committed to play next season. Miles Bridges, Joshua Langford, Nick Ward, Cassius Winston, and Ben Carter should all have a role on the team next season, but each player will contribute in different ways.
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