ByAndrea Urban: Current Sports Beat Reporter•May 10, 2016
OKEMOS, Mich. - Softball player Kate Buckland is proof that any athlete can excel with commitment, training, and hard work. Buckland says she wasn't born with the skills to be a great softball player, but reached elite level play with the help of many coaches over the years and hard work. She is headed to play Division I softball as a catcher at Mercer University in Macon, Georgia.
ByBrett Kast: Current Sports Beat Reporter•May 10, 2016
EAST LANSING, Mich. - Michigan State University has long benefited from having a strong turf management program. In 2014, the program helped the baseball field win the Turf Managers Association’s “Field of the Year.”
ByConnor Ryan: Current Sports Beat Reporter•May 10, 2016
EAST LANSING, Mich. – With the game tied and 1.5 seconds remaining in regulation, Michigan State point guard Robert Ray Jr. stepped to the free-throw line with two chances – barring a last-second heave – to send the his club team to the national championship.
ByJess Todd: Current Sports Beat Reporter•May 10, 2016
EAST LANSING, Mich. -- The Michigan State women’s lacrosse team took the field 23 times during their 2016 regular season. With 27 players on the team, there was plenty of talent on display when watching from a distance. However, one player had a background in the sport of lacrosse much different from everyone else.
BySeth Kinker: Current Sports Beat Reporter•Apr 11, 2016
LANSING, Mich. -- Bowling has always been a hobby for Lansing Eastern’s Victor Riojas. After following his interest in the sport his junior year he came into his senior year with the idea of playing both basketball and bowling.
ByBrett Kast: Current Sports Beat Reporter•Apr 11, 2016
HASLETT, Mich. - For 14 years, Haslett girls basketball and Bob Currier have shared a strong bond. Currier has decided it is time to retire, announcing in early April he will be stepping away as head coach of the varsity team.
ByConnor Hayes: Current Sports Beat Reporter•Apr 11, 2016
EAST LANSING, Mich.- It seems simple. Table tennis can be distilled down to hitting a small white ball back and forth. But as Michigan State club table tennis’ head coach Steve Gonzalez knows there is much more to the sport than just getting the ball over the net.