After suffering some disappointing losses early in the season, the Grand Valley State University volleyball team made a return to form this weekend with two home wins.
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Few Americans know much about rugby other than its resemblance to a more violent football, but it's becoming harder to ignore as a growing number of athletes choose rugby over more traditional sports.
During what is typically considered tennis' off-season, the Grand Valley State University men's tennis team showed that, even now, it is preparing for the upcoming spring season.
This past weekend, the Grand Valley State University volleyball team made a return to traditional form after several losses, pulling off wins against Ashland University and Lake Erie College 3-1 and 3-0, respectively.
Following its second-consecutive tournament victory, the Grand Valley State University men's golf team ended its season on a high note.
The Lakers faced off against 21 of the top colleges in the nation at the Penn State National Invitational on Friday. The men ran a 5.2-mile course around Penn State's golf course and placed second with 55 points, trailing only to host Penn State's 47-point total. The GVSU women ran a 6k, placing fifth with a score of 171 behind West Virginia University, the University of Connecticut, Penn State University and Duke University.
Club sports may not get the same level of recognition as their varsity counterparts at Grand Valley State University, but that doesn't mean they are not worth following.
After last week's fifth-place finish in a season where first place has been the norm, the Grand Valley State University women's golf team returned home for its last fall event and first home tournament of the season.
This past weekend, the Grand Valley State University men's and women's rowing club teams traveled to Boston to compete in the 47th annual Head of the Charles Regatta in Cambridge, Mass.
When Grand Valley State University baseball head coach Steve Lyon traveled to Cuba last November, he knew that it would be the perfect place for his team to experience a culture that shares the common passion of baseball.
After a two-week break, the Grand Valley State University DII club hockey team (7-2-1) returned to the road last weekend to face off against Miami (Ohio) University (5-6-0) in two consecutive matches that both ended in GVSU victories.
With its season opener approaching, the Grand Valley State University men's wrestling club is putting in the final hours of preseason practice and are preparing to out-perform last year's record.
During the weekend, the Grand Valley State University men's Division II hockey club (8-2-1) continued their strong play by taking out the University of Michigan Wolverines (8-4) with a final score of 5-1.
For the young Grand Valley State University women's club hockey team, taking the season one game at a time has proven difficult at times, but after struggling last weekend, the team will look to focus in the rest of the year.
It will be no surprise to anyone following the Grand Valley State University men's Division II hockey club that the Lakers dominated the competition this weekend, extending their winning streak yet again on the road.
You may have heard the loud clanging of a distant bell while walking to class this week, bringing to mind images of holiday cheer and goodwill.
For the third consecutive year, the Grand Valley State University men and women's swimming and diving teams claimed first place at the Calvin College Winter Invitational with final scores of 1,183.5 and 980, respectively. The nearest competitor, the University of Indianapolis in both cases, trailed by more than 300 points.
The 7-1 win bumped the undefeated Lakers (5-0) up to a second-place regional ranking while ending the Spartans' (4-1) undefeated streak and dropping them to third overall.
Over the weekend, the Grand Valley State University Division II hockey club (17-2-1) extended their winning streak, which now stands at 16, and also received a wake up call that they will continue to reflect on for the second half of their season.
"It was good to get the win, especially because they are our across-town rival," said senior forward Brad Keough. "But this game helped us to realize that we can, in fact, lose. We played a strong defensive game, instead of offensive, like many teams in our league. Everyone helped out so we didn't get outnumbered by Davenport's offense."