Sophomore Nia Hollie scores a career-high 14 points in the loss.
Four MSU players score in double figures in the B1G win.
The Spartans continued their preparation for Washington State in sunny San Diego.
The Spartans took a brief break from football to explore the San Diego Zoo
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MSU Student-Athletes gathered at the Clara Bell Smith Center to wrap presents for families in need.
Four players scored in double-figures to lift the Spartans over Rhode Island, 82-38. Freshman Sidney Cooks led the way with 17 points.