After a tough second half, the Michigan State women’s basketball fell to No. 9/11 Iowa, 88-61, in the Big Ten opener on Sunday at Hawkeye-Carver Arena. Michigan State slides to 6-4 overall and 0-1 in Big Ten action.
Michigan State women’s basketball is set to open Big Ten Conference action against No. 9/11 Iowa on Sunday, Dec. 5. Both the Spartans (6-3) and the Hawkeyes (4-1) are both coming off of losses in their Big Ten/ACC Challenge games. Tipoff is set for 4 p.m. ET, and the game will be televised on the Big Ten Network with Chris Vosters and Meghan McKeown on the call.
Despite four players scoring in double figures, the Michigan State women’s basketball team was stopped by No. 24/25 Notre Dame Thursday in the 14th annual Big Ten/ACC Challenge at the Breslin Center.
Michigan State looks to continue their undefeated streak when they take on Notre Dame as part of the ACC/Big Ten Challenge. The Spartans are 6-2 on the season, with both losses coming on the road, while the Fighting Irish are 6-1; their only loss coming from Georgia in overtime as part of the Daytona Beach Invitational.
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The Spartans will be playing in the 14th annual Big Ten/ACC Challenge when they face No. 24/25 Notre Dame on Thursday, Dec. 2 at the Breslin Center. Tipoff is set for 6 p.m., and the game will be televised on the Big Ten Network with Mike Hall and Meghan McKeown on the call. The Spartans open the first game of the month with a 6-2 record.
Using a strong fourth-quarter surge, the Michigan State women’s basketball team pulled away from Marshall, 85-75, Sunday afternoon at the Breslin Center Sunday. The Spartans have now won two -straight games, improving to 6-2 this season, while the Thundering Herd fall to 3-2.
Michigan State women’s basketball returns home to the friendly confines of the Breslin Center after a three-game road trip, taking on Marshall on Sunday, Nov. 28 at 2 p.m. The game will be televised on the Big Ten Network with Jason Ross and Meghan McKeown on the call. The Spartans enter the final game of the month with a 5-2 record.
Michigan State women’s basketball concludes its arduous three-game road swing at Oakland on Friday, Nov. 26 at 3 p.m. The Spartans are looking to halt a two-game losing streak after a pair of road losses in New York.
Michigan State women’s basketball fell to St. Francis Brooklyn 66-63 on Tuesday at Pope Physical Education Center.Michigan State has lost two straight, falling to 4-2 this season, while St. Francis improves to 2-3 this season.
Merchant, 52, makes darn good money — more than $500,000 a year. There’s a problem, though: Amazingly, she is among the lowest-paid of the 14 Big Ten women’s basketball coaches, neck and neck with Illinois and Minnesota for dead last. Eleven Big Ten coaches make more than $600,000, eight make more than $700,000, seven top $800,000, and three are over $1 million. Michigan’s Kim Barnes Arico’s newest contract, signed in September, is worth about $300,000 a year more than Merchant’s.
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Michigan State women’s basketball continues its three-game road trip, taking on St. Francis Brooklyn on Tuesday, Nov. 23 at 2 p.m. The Spartans will end the three-game road swing with a post-Thanksgiving battle with in-state foe Oakland on Friday, Nov. 26 at 3 p.m.
Michigan State women’s basketball suffered its first loss of the season, falling 71-68 to Fordham, Sunday afternoon in its road opener at Fordham’s Rose Hill Gym.
Michigan State women’s basketball embarks on a three-game road trip, beginning at Fordham on Sunday, Nov. 21 at 2 p.m. The Spartans will then remain in the Empire State to take on St. Francis College on Tuesday, Nov. 23 at 2 p.m.
The Spartan women’s basketball team improved to 4-0, while head coach Suzy Merchant reached another milestone, as MSU defeated Bryant, 100-60, Friday afternoon at the Breslin Center. In her 15th season, Merchant captured her 300th win at Michigan State, holding a 300-157 record at the helm of the Spartans. She had just reached her 500th career win against Valparaiso on Nov. 16.
Michigan State women’s basketball concludes its season-opening four-game homestand on MSU Day against Bryant on Friday, Nov. 19 at 12 p.m. at the Breslin Center. There is free admission for all current and retired MSU faculty, staff, and students with MSU ID.
The Michigan State Spartans women’s basketball team finished the first week of the 2021-2022 season in style. There is really no other way to put it for such a stellar, news-filled opening week of action. MSU moved to 3-0 on the season with wins over Morehead State, Niagara, and Valparaiso. In addition, head coach Suzy Merchant hit her 500th career win as a head coach, the early signing period for the 2022 class came and went with some notable additions, and freshman guard DeeDee Hagemann was named Big Ten Freshman of the Week. So without further ado, let’s break down the past week.
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Michigan State women’s basketball head coach Suzy Merchant earned her 500th career win, as the Spartans captured a 73-62 win over Valparaiso Tuesday night at the Breslin Center. In her 27th overall season, Merchant now has a 500-277 career record. With the victory, she also nears another milestone, she now holds a 299-157 record at Michigan State.
Michigan State women’s basketball continues its four-game homestand, facing Valparaiso on Nov. 16 at 7 p.m. The Spartans have a quick turnaround after earning an 89-65 win against Niagara on Nov. 14 at the Breslin Center.
Michigan State women’s basketball guard DeeDee Hagemann was named Big Ten Freshman of the Week on Monday, as announced by the league office. The Detroit, Michigan native captured the first Freshman of the Week honor of the season after a stellar first week of action, scoring in double figures in both games