Men's Tennis msuspartans.com —  Andrew Lied and Gijs Linders of the Michigan State men’s tennis team have been named Division I Men’s Scholar-Athletes, announced Thursday by the Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA).
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Men's Tennis msuspartans.com —  Michigan State men's tennis head coach Gene Orlando announced winners for the 2013-14 team awards on Thursday, June 5. Freshman Brett Forman was named the Frank Beeman Most Valuable Player, while Harry Jadun earned the Stan Drobac Most Improved Player Award. Sophomore Paul Heeder was the recipient of the Spartan Spirit Award.
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Men's Tennis msuspartans.com —  A Wisconsin native, Michigan State senior Drew Lied made the trip to East Lansing four years ago to absorb all of the opportunities MSU had to offer. Little did he know, Michigan State would take him on a journey that would shape him into the man he is today.
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Men's Tennis msuspartans.com —  The eighth-seeded Michigan State men's tennis team battled top-seeded Ohio State in a close match in the Big Ten Tournament quarterfinals on Friday at the MSU Indoor Tennis Facility, but fell to the Buckeyes, 4-2.
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Men's Tennis msuspartans.com —  Three members of the Michigan State men's tennis team were honored on Thursday, April 24, by the Big Ten as the conference announced its postseason awards list for 2014.
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Men's Tennis msuspartans.com —  The No. 61 Michigan State men's tennis team advanced to the quarterfinals of the Big Ten Tournament with its 4-0 win over Nebraska on Thursday at the MSU Outdoor Courts. Seeded eighth, the Spartans (12-13, 5-6 Big Ten) overpowered the ninth-seeded Cornhuskers and will move on to face top-seeded Ohio State on Friday at 10 a.m. at the MSU Outdoor Courts.


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Men's Tennis msuspartans.com —  Drawing the eighth seed in the 2014 Big Ten Tournament, the No. 61 nationally ranked Michigan State men's tennis team will play ninth-seeded Nebraska, ranked 69th nationally, in the first round on Thursday at 10 a.m. MSU is hosting the tournament this year and all matches will be held at the MSU Outdoor Courts.
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Men's Tennis msuspartans.com —  Senior Drew Lied has been named the Big Ten Men's Tennis Athlete of the Week, the conference office announced on Tuesday. This is Lied's second weekly award of the season and his career as he also won the award on Jan. 14, 2014. He is the ninth player to receive this acclamation under head coach Gene Orlando.
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Men's Tennis msuspartans.com —  Michigan State University will host the 2014 Big Ten Men's Tennis Tournament this week (Thursday-Sunday, April 24-27) at the MSU Outdoor Tennis Courts.
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Men's Tennis msuspartans.com —  The Michigan State men's tennis team completed its regular season on Sunday afternoon with a strong showing. The Spartans (11-13, 5-6 Big Ten) dominated No. 59 Indiana, 6-1, at the MSU Outdoor Courts. MSU ends the regular season having won its last two matches in a row and three of its last four.
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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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Men's Tennis msuspartans.com —  The Michigan State men's tennis team returns home for the final weekend of regular-season action as it is set to host two ranked Big Ten opponents. The Spartans (9-13, 3-6 Big Ten) host No. 28 Purdue on Friday at 4 p.m. and No. 59 Indiana on Sunday at 12 p.m.
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Men's Tennis msuspartans.com —  men's tennis team's first-ever run to the NCAA Tournament in 2013, the first player to likely come up will be Aaron Pfister. When someone inside or outside the program looks to how far MSU tennis has progressed in the past four years, Aaron Pfister is likely to be the top name coming to mind.
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Men's Tennis msuspartans.com —  The Michigan State men's tennis team settled for a split of its Big Ten matches this weekend after losing to No. 55 Minnesota Sunday afternoon at the Baseline Tennis Center.
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