Track & Field msuspartans.com —  Michigan State track & field closed out the weekend strong on Saturday at the Jesse Owens Track Classic in Columbus, Ohio. The Spartans added depth in preparation for the conference meet, notching two event wins and showing progress with seven personal-best performances.
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Men's Golf msuspartans.com —  The Michigan State men's golf team battle this afternoon at the Boilermaker Invitational, currently in a tie for eighth after the first 36 holes. In a field that included six of the top-50 programs in the country, the Spartans shot a 20-over par 596 (301-295) to sit only five strokes out of the top-4. Senior Gareth Blease leads the way for MSU in a tie for fifth at even par 144 (73-71).
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Football freep.com —  Dantonio mentioned Alvarez and Wisconsin, too, shortly after he was hired when discussing models for the program he hoped to build in East Lansing. Their words, quite bold then, look prophetic now. Dantonio is 64-29 in seven years, coming off a 13-1 season and Rose Bowl win, and, like Alvarez, he has done it with physical football and intangibles and walk-ons, and without recruiting accolades.
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Women's Golf msuspartans.com —  The No. 24 Michigan State women's golf team is in third place at the Lady Buckeye Invitational after shooting a 32-over-par 608 (305-303) through 36 holes on Saturday at the Scarlet Course at The Ohio State University Golf Club.Freshman Kelly Grassel led the Spartans on Saturday with a 5-over 149 (78-71) and is tied for second place.
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Football detroitnews.com —  It doesn't hurt to have defensive coordinator and assistant head coach Pat Narduzzi running the show. He is rarely satisfied and had a tough time early this week coming up with what he is most happy about with just one week left in the spring.
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Baseball msuspartans.com —  An RBI single by Casey Rodrigue in the bottom of the 12th inning gave 18th-ranked Indiana a 2-1 walk-off win over Michigan State on Saturday afternoon in Bloomington, Ind.
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Football freep.com —  Brian Lewerke is an indication of Michigan State’s expanding recruiting reach and may be a rallying point for its 2015 class. Lewerke, a 6-foot-3, 194-pound quarterback from Pinnacle High in Phoenix, verbally committed today to MSU, saying on Twitter: “I'm extremely excited to announce that I have committed to play college football at Michigan State University!”





Welcome Aboard- 2015 QB Brian Lewerke The Only Colors
Lewerke appears to be another data point of MSU's shift from 'pass guy who can pass' (Cousins, Foles, Boisture, Maxwell) to 'pass guy who can also run a bit' (Cook, O'Connor, Terry, Campbell), as opposed to 'run guy who can also pass a bit'.

Michigan State gets commit from its top Class of 2015 QB target, Brian Lewerke of Phoenix MLive
Michigan State landed its top quarterback target on Saturday when Brian Lewerke announced he was committing to the Spartans with the intention of signing in the Class of 2015. Lewerke, a 6-foot-3, 195-pound pocket passer from Pinnacle High School in Phoenix, Ariz., had offers from Florida, Louisville, Duke, UCLA and Oregon State, among others.

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Football mlive.com —  For Jon Reschke, the game seemed fast when he first stepped on Michigan State’s campus last summer. He spent last fall working to slow it down. And now that he’s seen just how fast Michigan State’s top defensive unit is, he knows he can fit in.
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Softball msuspartans.com —  MSU dropped the middle game of a three-game set to Iowa on Saturday afternoon, leaving 13 runners on base in a 5-1 loss to the Hawkeyes. The loss denies Michigan State its first three-game winning streak of the season, and the Spartans fall to 11-29, 3-13 in the Big Ten. Iowa is 13-24, 6-10 in Conference games.
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Women's Tennis msuspartans.com —  The No. 67 Michigan State women's tennis team dropped its second consecutive Big Ten match Saturday afternoon in West Lafatyette, Ind., losing 5-2 to No. 42 Purdue at the Schwartz Tennis Center. The Spartans fall to 17-7 on the season and 5-5 in conference play.
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Football mlive.com —  Being in the right place at the right time is the mark of a great safety. Part of it is film study, another part of it is instinct. Michigan State junior RJ Williamson has proven himself in both capacities, and that's why the transition at strong safety figures to be the most seamless of the six position starters the Spartans lost from last season's defense.
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Football mlive.com —  "I would say I'm going to try and bring up my sack count, my tackles for loss,'' Michigan State defensive end Shilique Calhoun was saying a month ago "It's a new persona and a new attitude towards the game. I can't tell you the story yet … ''
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Track & Field msuspartans.com —  Posting three individual wins and 10 personal records, the Michigan State track & field team kicked off the weekend with a bang on Friday. The Spartans had a breakout day with seven personal bests at the Jesse Owens Track Classic at Ohio State, while the MSU women also posted three personal bests at the Larry Ellis Invitational at Princeton.
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Men's Tennis msuspartans.com —  Earning its 10th win of the season, the Michigan State men's tennis team dominated No. 28 Purdue, 5-2, Friday evening at the MSU Outdoor Courts. The Spartans record stands at 10-13 overall and 4-6 in the Big Ten.
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Baseball msuspartans.com —  A strong outing from starting pitcher Joey DeNato helped 18th-ranked Indiana defeat the Michigan State baseball team, 7-0, on Friday night at Bart Kaufman Field in the first of a three-game series between the teams.
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