Michigan State women’s basketball continues its three-game homestand. The Spartans host Michigan on Sunday, Feb. 24 at 2 p.m. The game will be broadcast on ESPN2 with Tiffany Greene and LaChina Robinson on the call. MSU looks to snap a season-high three game losing streak. Despite one more home game, the Spartans will celebrate Senior Day, honoring their lone senior Jenna Allen.
Freshman guard Nia Clouden scored a game-high 23 points, but the Michigan State women’s basketball team could not overcome the sharp-shooting Ohio State Buckeyes, falling 77-70 Thursday night at the Breslin Center. It was a battle all game with a total of 18 lead changes.
Michigan State women’s basketball returns to the friendly confines of the Breslin Center to open a three-game homestand. The Spartans host Ohio State on Thursday, Feb. 21 at 6 p.m. The game will be broadcast on the Big Ten Network with Lisa Byington and Shelley Till on the call.
Matt Mcquaid talks about his time at MSU while the team takes on both Wisconsin and Ohio State. Zach Osburn from MSU Hockey talks senior night and his class. Women’s Basketball takes on Indiana.
A ferocious fourth-quarter comeback was not enough as the Michigan State women’s basketball team fell to Nebraska in Lincoln Sunday, 82-71. The Spartans out-scored the Cornhuskers 30-20 in the final 10 minutes of action.
Michigan State women’s basketball concludes its two-game road trip at Nebraska on Sunday, Feb. 17 at 4 p.m. (ET). The Spartans head into the game with a 17-7 and 7-6 in Big Ten action. Nebraska is 11-14 overall and 6-8 in league play. The game will be broadcast on the Big Ten Network with Mike Monaco and Brenda VanLengen on the call.
Despite a team-high 24 points from redshirt-junior guard Shay Colley, the No. 24 Michigan State women’s basketball team was stopped by Wisconsin on the road, 79-62, Thursday night in Madison.
No. 24/22 Michigan State women’s basketball hits the road for its next two games. The Spartan travel to Madison to take on Wisconsin for a Valentine’s Day battle set for 8 p.m. ET. Michigan State holds a 17-6 record and a 7-5 B1G mark. Wisconsin is 11-13 overall and 2-10 in Big Ten play.
The experts talk about Cassius Winston’s season, Taryn McCutcheon from Women’s Basketball, teaches you how to bake the perfect cupcake, and Guy Moskvich from the MSU Swimming and Diving team talks about his journey from Israel to Michigan State.
Shay Colley scored a career-high 32 points as No. 24 Michigan State women’s basketball used a stellar second half to stop Indiana, 77-61, on Monday on National Girls and Women in Sports Day.
No. 23/21 Michigan State returns home to take on Indiana on Monday, Feb. 11 at 7 p.m. on National Girls and Women in Sports Day. The Spartans will celebrate all MSU women’s sports at half time of the game.
No. 23 Michigan State women’s basketball had its three-game winning streak come to an end with a 86-71 loss at No. 16 Iowa on Thursday night in Iowa City.
Men’s Tennis travels to West Point, College Gameday visits East Lansing, and Jenna Allen from Women’s Basketball sits down to talk family and basketball.
For the first time since the 2014-15 season, all five Spartan women’s basketball starters scored in double-figures as Michigan State battled past Purdue on Sunday at the Breslin Center in the annual Pink Game for Breast Cancer Awareness.
No. 22/22 Michigan State is looking to for its third-straight win when it hosts Purdue on Sunday, Feb. 3 in its annual Pink Game brought to you by Sparrow on Sunday, Feb. 3 at 2 p.m. Michigan State is 15-5 overall and 5-4 in league play.
A pair of victories last week helped Michigan State climb one spot in the Associated Press women’s college basketball poll. Michigan State (15-5) is up to No. 22 this week, following victories over Illinois and rival Michigan. The Spartans have won three of their last four games.
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With four in double figures, the No. 23/21 Michigan State women’s basketball capture the in-state battle with Michigan, 77-73, at a packed Crisler Center on Sunday afternoon. The Spartans are now 12-0 this season when at least four players score in double digits.
No. 23/21 Michigan State remains in the Great Lakes State to take on in-state rival Michigan on Sunday, Jan. 27 at 2 p.m. on the Big Ten Network with Lisa Byington and Christy Winters Scott on the call.
Using a fast start and five players in double figures, the No. 23/21 Michigan State women’s basketball team breezed past Illinois, 77-60, at the Breslin Center Thursday night. The Spartans have now won 14-straight games at home, dating back to last season.
No. 23/21 Michigan State returns to East Lansing to face Illinois in the two teams’ only regular-season meeting on Thursday, Jan. 24 at 7 p.m. The Spartans are currently 10-0 at home this season. Overall, MSU stands 13-5 and 3-4 in Big Ten action. Illinois comes to town with a 9-9 overall record and 1-6 mark in league contests.