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GVL/Emily Frye - Foward Austin Koleski takes the puck down center ice on Friday Jan. 29, 2016.

GVSU D2 hockey sweeps Indiana 2-0 on the road

The Grand Valley State men’s club hockey team (Division II) set high expectations for themselves to continue improving its offense moving forward into 2017. Those points-of-emphasis happened sooner than expected, as the Lakers (13-4-1) swept a weekend series on the road at Indiana, capturing two 8-0 blowout victories in convincing fashion last Friday, Jan. 13 and Saturday, Jan. 14.

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Column: Two NFL teams in Los Angeles is bad for everyone

When the news broke on Thursday, Jan. 12 that the San Diego Chargers were planning to file for relocation to move upstate into Los Angeles, I felt a flurry of different emotions. For starters, I actually felt a sense of excitement. I have always been someone who likes change in life and enjoys seeing different things happen in different places.

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GVL / Archive - Brendan Hazelton works to hold his opponent down during the club wrestling match on Saturday, Feb. 6, 2016 in Allendale.

GVSU club wrestling defeats Toledo 35-19

The Grand Valley State men’s club wrestling team began the second semester with a convincing win at the GVSU Fieldhouse over the Toledo Rockets Sunday, Jan. 15. The Lakers captured an early lead but the Rockets would not go back to Ohio without a fight. The Rockets pulled within 10 points of the Lakers with just a few bouts remaining.

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Angela Ritter (center) competes during the the Bob Eubanks Open at the Kelly Family Sports Center on Grand Valley's Allendale campus on Friday, Jan. 13, 2017.

GVSU indoor track men, women victorious at Bob Eubanks Open

Grand Valley State track and field rolled into the new year with comfortable wins at the Bob Eubanks Open at the Kelly Family Sports Center Friday, Jan. 13. The Laker women totaled 177.5 points over the course of the meet, just edging out Toledo (175.5). The GVSU men won by a more comfortable margin, tallying 140.5 points to outdistance North Central (111).

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