Quick Hits: GVSU knocks off No. 12 Revis

By Lanthorn Staff | 4/15/15 12:07pm

GVL/Kevin Sielaff Erika Neuman
by GVL/Kevin Sielaff / The Lanthorn

GVSU lacrosse player outscores No. 12 Revis

In the final non-conference match of the season, the Grand Valley State lacrosse team gave the GLIAC even more reason to tremble as GVSU trounced No. 12 Revis, 19-8, on Monday in Allendale. 

Sophomore star Erika Neumen, who leads the GLIAC in goals with 56 already this season, posted a record-breaking performance with nine goals and an assist to reach 10 points, crushing two program records in the process. 

The Lakers (10-4, 4-0 GLIAC) have now won seven straight, scoring at least 16 goals in each of those games. The team plays three more conference foes before the GLIAC Tournament (April 28-May 3).

Club soccer team hosts Grand Rapids FC

The Grand Rapids Football Club played its first-ever game at Grand Valley State on Sunday night.

The GVSU men's club soccer team went toe-to-toe with the newly founded club, keeping the match scoreless through eight minutes, until GRFC's Elmedin Zukic found the back of the net in the ninth minute. It proved to be the first of eight goals for the visitors, who held on for a 8-0 victory.

GVSU represents at roller hockey nationals

The road ended for the Grand Valley State Division 1 roller hockey club last weekend at the National Collegiate Roller Hockey Association (NCRHA) National Tournament in Independence, Mo.

The Division 1 Lakers dropped their first two games to Florida Gulf Coast (7-6) and Arizona State (2-1) before whipping Rhode Island (6-1) to close out pool play. From there, GVSU topped Long Beach State, 2-1, but saw the season end in the second elimination round with a 6-4 loss to Cal Poly Pomona.

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