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The Michigan State football team lost to Brigham Young University on Saturday afternoon at Spartan Stadium, marking three straight loses for the Spartans. It's the first time the green and white met BYU on the gridiron, and the first time they have lost three straight games since 2009.

MSU club football a labor of love for coaches and players

Oct 5, 2016
MSU Club Football
Luke Robins / WKAR-MSU

EAST LANSING, Mich. – The Michigan State club football team might be not be playing for scholarships and potential pro careers, but that doesn't mean the 11 coaches dedicate anything less than everything to the success, on and off the field, to its players.

Smaller college football teams cash in with wins and checks

Oct 5, 2016
Nathaniel Bott / WKAR-MSU

Upsets are a spectacle of college football, giving rise to Goliaths of a season falling to the Davids. The FCS “Davids”, who win against Power Five schools, can leave fans with an “anything is possible” mentality and develop new allegiances.

Martin, MSU club hockey make winning combination

Oct 5, 2016
MSU Club Hockey

EAST LANSING, Mich. -- While Michigan State is known for athletic success in football and basketball, most are unaware of the equal success of the Michigan State club hockey team over the last 15 years.

MSU men’s soccer carving winning path

Oct 5, 2016
MSU Soccer
Zachary Swiecicki / WKAR-MSU

EAST LANSING, Mich. – The resume is growing: one Big Ten Tournament title. Two Elite Eights. And five NCAA tournament appearances.

Holt basketball's Faulds is thinking big

Oct 5, 2016
Griffin Wasik / WKAR

HOLT—Upon entering the Holt High School gymnasium, it’s clear that something special is happening. It’s that time of year where basketball season is just around the corner, and teams are deep into open gym practices, conditioning, and weight lifting.

MSU tennis' Aslina Chua finds new dreams and path far from home

Oct 5, 2016
Zachary Barnes / WKAR

EAST LANSING, Mich. – Michigan State player Aslina Chua never imagined growing up that she would be playing college tennis in the United States or studying pre-med on the path to becoming a doctor.

Looking ahead with WKAR general manager Susi Elkins

Sep 29, 2016

Current State talks with WKAR interim director of broadcasting and general manager Susi Elkins about public radio and television at MSU.

Badgers Rout Spartans in Big Ten Opener

Sep 24, 2016
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Freshman Quarterback Alex Hornibrook lead Wisconsin to a 30 to 6 thumping of Michigan State at Spartan Stadium on Saturday afternoon. Hornibrook threw for 195 yards and a touchdown, outplaying MSU senior Tyler O'Connor, who had three interceptions on the day.

Hall of Fame Night for MSU and Okemos

Sep 23, 2016
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On Thursday night both the MSU Athletics Hall of Fame and Okemos High School Hall of Fame ceremonies took place. In total, 19 individuals got the chance to see their names enshrined into sports lore. Names like Don Behm, Trevor Harris, Travis Bader, and even the late Mike Sadler are mentioned throughout this report.

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Cooley Law School Stadium, home of the Lansing Lugnuts baseball team, has transformed its field into an 18-hole miniature golf course for the week. The turf was installed in 2005 and will be replaced come next baseball season. What better way to say goodbye to the old real-estate than to play a little golf?

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Week 3 of Mid-Michigan High School football action saw Lansing Catholic and Williamston open up the conference season with a bang! The CAAC White division rivals engaged in a back-and-forth battle that was knotted up 14-all as the fourth quarter began. In the end Lansing Catholic emerged victorious, 28-14 the final as they pulled away late.

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The 10th annual Crosstown Showdown took place on Tuesday evening at Cooley Law School Stadium between the Lansing Lugnuts and the MSU baseball team. The meeting was a make-up due to poor weather back in the Spring.

Claressa Shields Returns to Flint

Sep 7, 2016
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Flint's favorite daughter, Claressa Shields, returned from Rio de Janeiro to her hometown in late August after becoming the first American boxer (male or female) to win back-to-back gold medals at the Olympic Games.

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Micajah Reynolds is a former MSU lineman who played under coach Mark Dantonio from 2009-2013. The Lansing Sexton product went on to help the Spartans win the 100th Rose Bowl Game, defeating No. 5 Stanford in 2013. After his time at Michigan State, Reynolds would go undrafted, but saw a brief stint with the NFL's Baltimore Ravens. He was released from the team last year with an injury settlement. He will play the upcoming season in the Canadian Football League with the Montreal Alouettes,...

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