2009-10 Big Ten Champions (28-9 Overall, 14-4 Big Ten)
Michigan State set a school mark by winning its first nine conference games. After dropping four of their next six, the Spartans closed the season with three league wins to claim a share of a second-straight crown. MSU also advanced to a second-straight Final Four.
2008-09 Big Ten Champions (31-7 Overall, 15-3 Big Ten)
Michigan State set a school record with eight conference road wins en route to winning the league title by four games, tying the second-largest margin in Big Ten history. MSU then advanced to it's fifth Final Four under Coach Izzo and made it all the way to the NCAA Championship Game.
2000-01 Big Ten Champions (28-5 Overall, 13-3 Big Ten)
The Spartans became the fourth Big Ten team to win four consecutive league titles. MSU also became the ninth school in NCAA Tournament history to make three straight Final Fours.
2000 NCAA Champions | 1999-00 Big Ten Champions (32-7 Overall, 13-3 Big Ten)
MSU won it's third straight Big Ten Championsip and the second NCAA Championship in school history. The Spartans won 20 of their final 22 games, including the last 11 games to win a regular-season championship, a Big Ten Tournament title and a National Championship.
1998-99 Big Ten Champions (33-5 Overall, 15-1 Big Ten)
Michigan State established a team and Big Ten record by winning 33 games, while dominating the league with a 15-1 record. In fact, after falling to Wisconsin in the league opener, the Spartans did not lose again until the Final Four, collecting 22 straight victories in the process.
1997-98 Big Ten Champions (22-8 Overall, 13-3 Big Ten)
Michigan State won the first Big Ten Championship of the Tom Izzo era. Sophomore Mateen Cleaves was named Big Ten Player of the Year as he helped take a team finished sixth in the league a year before to a league title and a trip to the NCAA Sweet Sixteen.
1989-90 Big Ten Champions (28-6 Overall, 15-3 Big Ten)
The Spartans closed the season with 10 straight conference wins to claim the league title. Junior All-American Steve Smith paced the Spartans, who fell to Georgia Tech in overtime in the NCAA Tournament Sweet Sixteen.
1979 NCAA Champions | 1979-79 Big Ten Champions (26-6 Overall, 13-3 Big Ten)
After opening Big Ten play with a 4-4 record, MSU rallied with nine straight wins to claim a share of the league title. All-Americans Greg Kelser and Earvin Johnson then led Michigan State to its first National Championship, winning every game by double figures.
1977-78 Big Ten Champions (25-5 Overall, 15-3 Big Ten)
The 1977-78 Spartans established new team highs for overall and Big Ten victories. MSU won the league by three games and fell one game short of making the Final Four.
1966-67 Big Ten Champions (16-7 Overall, 10-4 Big Ten)
Michigan State won its last four games to claim a share of the Big Ten Championship. Indiana, however, earned the NCAA Tournament bid, ending MSU's year in the regular season.
1958-59 Big Ten Champions (19-4 Overall, 12-2 Big Ten)
Led by All-American Johnny Green, the Spartans cruised to a Big Ten Championship, winning the league by four games. MSU fell one game short of the Final Four.
1956-57 Big Ten Champions (16-10 Overall, 10-4 Big Ten)
Michigan State won its first Big Ten Championship under the direction of Coach Forddy Anderson. After opening the season with a 4-7 record, the Spartans won 10 in a row and 12-of-13 to capture a league championship and advance to the school's first Final Four.