On Saturday night, the Michigan State men’s basketball team returned to Jenison Field House for a game that observed history in a historic place. Have a look at some pictures from the event.
The Spartans played Tuskegee in celebration of the 50th anniversary of “The Game of Change” between racially segregated Mississippi State and integrated Loyola of Chicago in the 1963 NCAA Tournament Mideast Regional semifinals hosted by Michigan State.
On Friday night, former Spartans played in an alumni all-star game, and on Sunday Michigan State’s women will play IPFW on Sunday.
Historic Jenison Field House was built in 1940 and was home to Michigan State basketball until 1989. It’s home to Michigan State volleyball, women’s gymnastics, wrestling and men’s and women’s track & field, and it had and extensive renovation in 2001.