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After taking down Santa Clara on March 15th and 16th, Michigan State baseball head coach, Jake Boss, speaks on MSU’s three game win in California and looks ahead to the read of the season during the baseball press conference on March 18. The Spartans currently have a record of 9-7 in their start to the season and are looking to increase their wins next week when they take on Oakland in a three game series for their home opener in East Lansing beginning on March 22.
MSU head coach, Jake Boss, at baseball press conference
MSU baseball press conference (part 1)
MSU baseball press conference (part 2)
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Michigan State will open the NCAA Tournament on Thursday just 82 miles down the road from East Lansing, playing Horizon Conference tournament champion Valparaiso (26-7) at The Palace of Auburn Hills. The Spartans, who tied for second in the Big Ten regular season and lost in the tournament semi-finals, are a No. 3 seed.
If they beat Valpo, next up is the winner of the game between...
MSU’s Jordan Keur steps up to bat in Santa Clara series
Under the Friday night lights of Schott Stadium in Santa Clara, California, Michigan State baseball defeated Santa Clara for the first time in the three game series beginning on March 15. Unfortunately for the Spartans, they were without captain, John Martinez, who is out for the rest of the season with a torn ACL, partial...
(Eds: APNewsNow. Will be updated. With AP Photos.) By LARRY LAGE AP Sports Writer Michigan State coach Tom Izzo approaches the NCAA tournament differently than he did early in his career.
He and his assistants used to just worry about the first matchup. Izzo says his staff now prepares for more than one game each week.
The strategy has worked well.
Izzo has won 37 NCAA tournament...
Michigan State will make its 27th NCAA tournament appearance and 15th consecutive on Thursday when they play No. 14 seed Valparaiso in Auburn Hills, Michigan at the tournament's second/third round site.
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The Michigan State Spartans and Valparaiso Crusaders will be among the first teams to take to the court during the NCAA Tournament’s second round. Their game at The Palace of Auburn Hills will tip at 12:15 p.m. EDT — the first of four games to be played at The Palace on Thursday. The game will be broadcast on CBS.
About 25 minutes after the conclusion of the Michigan State-Valpo...
2013 Spring Football Preview: Michigan State looks to get back on track
Michigan State had a ton of hype heading into the 2012 season, people outside of the program were calling for the Spartans to make it back to their first Rose Bowl since the 1987 season. Unfortunately that didn’t happen, the exact opposite happened: Michigan State almost missed out on a bowl...
Finally, we’ve arrived. March Madness is upon us.
After playing through one of the toughest and deepest seasons in the history of the Big Ten conference, and going through over three months of the Big Ten beating the hang out of each other, the Michigan State basketball team (25-8, 13-5) found out on Sunday where they would be headed for the first couple of rounds of the 2013...
Out with the Leaders and Legends divisions and in with the…severely stacked East Division and Wisconsin/Nebraska cakewalk West Division.
According to an ESPN.com report Tuesday, the divisions are likely to be divided based on geography with an East and a West. Michigan State and Michigan would both be in the Eastern side. The divisional breakdown...
Entering 2012, Mark Dantonio's program faced an age-old question of rebuilding or reloading? Had Michigan State, following the two most successful...
In Mark Dantonio fashion the Michigan State head coach challenged his newest addition of Spartans as they prepared to open spring practice on Tuesday.