In a battle of ranked teams, the No. 17 Michigan State women’s basketball team was stopped on the road by first-place and No. 20 Rutgers 76-62 at the RAC Sunday afternoon.
No. 17/22 Michigan State will travel east to take on No. 20/23 Rutgers on Sunday, Jan. 20 at 2 p.m. at the RAC. The Spartans are 12-4 overall and hold a 3-3 record in league play.
Senior center Jenna Allen scored 16 points and freshman guard Nia Clouden added 15 to lift No. 17 Michigan State to a 77-60 victory over No. 9 Maryland on Thursday night.
No. 17/22 Michigan State returns to the friendly confines of the Breslin Center, taking on No. 9/9 Maryland on Thursday, Jan. 17 at 6 p.m. on the Big Ten Network with Shelley Till and Mike Monaco on the call. The Spartans are 9-0 this season at home and have a 12-game home winning streak dating back to last year. Michigan State is currently 12-4 overall this season and 2-3 in league play. Maryland is 15-1 this season and 4-1 in B1G action.
No. 17 Michigan State women’s basketball team continued its recent road struggles, as the Spartans fell to Ohio State 65-55 at Value City Arena in Columbus on Monday. Michigan State was led by the first double-double of the season by redshirt-junior guard Shay Colley, who had 18 points and added 10 rebounds.
A big victory helped the Michigan State women’s basketball team make a big jump in the Associated Press Top 25. The Spartans (12-3) moved up six spots to No. 17 in the poll, thanks in part to last Wednesday’s 86-68 victory over then-No. 18 Minnesota. It sets up a big week for Michigan State, which travels to Ohio State on Monday night before playing host to No. 9 Maryland on Thursday.
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No. 23/24 Michigan State hits the road to take on Ohio State on Monday, Jan. 14 at 7 p.m. on the Big Ten Network with Vera Jones and Lisa Byington on the call. Michigan State snapped a two-game losing streak with a win against Minnesota on Jan. 9 and stands 12-3 this season and 2-2 in league play. Ohio State is 5-8 this season and 1-3 in the Big Ten.
Sophomore forward Sidney Cooks scored a career-high 21 points as the No. 23 Michigan State women’s basketball team stopped No. 18 Minnesota, 86-68 at the Breslin Center on Wednesday night. The win was the Spartans’ third win over a ranked team this season.
Michigan State Athletics and PNC Bank are partnering to recognize the PNC Achievers Student-Athletes of the Month. Throughout the 2018-19 season, deserving Spartan student-athletes will be recognized for displaying well-rounded achievement through leadership in the classroom, in the community, and in competition.
No. 23/24 Michigan State returns to the friendly confines of the Breslin Center after a pair of road losses to Northwestern and Indiana. The Spartans take on No. 18/20 Minnesota on Wednesday, Jan. 9 at 7 p.m. This will be MSU’s third game in seven days, ending a grueling stretch.
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Despite four Spartans scoring in double figures, the No. 15/17 Michigan State women’s basketball team dropped another close road battle to Indiana, 68-64, at Assembly Hall on Sunday afternoon.
No. 15/17 Michigan State women’s basketball concludes its two-game road trip at Indiana on Sunday, Jan. 6 at 2 p.m. at Simon Skjodt Assembly Hall on BTN Plus.
Despite a season-high 28 points redshirt-junior guard Shay Colley, the No. 15/17 Michigan State women’s basketball team dropped its Big Ten road opener to Northwestern at Welsh-Ryan Arena on Thursday. With the loss, the Spartans eight-game winning streak comes to an end, as MSU falls to 11-2 this season and 1-1 in Big Ten action. Northwestern is now 9-5 overall and 2-1 in league play. There were 15 lead changes in the tightly-contested battle.
Nia Clouden added to her accolades this week when she was named United States Basketball Writers Association National Freshman of the Week after her performance against then-No. 16 Iowa on Dec. 30. She also garnered Big Ten Freshman of the Week honors on Monday.
The Michigan State women’s basketball team improved six spots to No. 15 in the Associated Press poll on Monday. MSU also made a big jump in the USA Today coaches’ poll, moving to No. 17 from No. 22. The Spartans improved to 11-1 with an 84-70 win over then-No. 16 Iowa on Sunday.
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Jenna Allen and Nia Clouden both captured Big Ten honors on Monday as announced by the league office. Allen earned Big Ten Player of the Week accolades, while Clouden garnered the Freshman of the Freshman of
Career-high performances from senior Jenna Allen and freshman Nia Clouden push the No. 21 Michigan State women’s basketball team past No. 16 Iowa, 84-70, on Alumni Day Sunday at the Breslin Center.
No. 21/22 Michigan State women’s basketball concludes a brief two-game homestand against No. 16/16 Iowa in its Big Ten opener on Sunday, Dec. 30 at 1 p.m. The Spartans will also honor past players at halftime on Alumni Day. The Spartans improved to 10-1 with a win over Florida Atlantic on Dec. 20. Iowa is also off to a fast start with a 9-2 mark. The game will be televised on ESPN2 with Eric Frede and Kara Lawson on the call.