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The starting goalie for the Grand Valley State University Division III club hockey team for much of his career, Scott Tiefenthal is now a senior and ready to make the most out of his opportunity starting in goal for the Division II club hockey team.
The Grand Valley State University men’s hockey team kept its undefeated start to the season going with a weekend sweep over the Ohio State Buckeyes.
GVSU (4-0-1) played on back-to-back nights Friday and Saturday in Columbus, leaving the Lakers at 3-0 on the road this season.
The Buckeyes (1-3-0) were over matched by the potent offense of the Lakers.
The bar has been set high with the success of the Grand Valley State University Division II club hockey program over the last six years, and attracting high-caliber players keeps the program near the top of the American Collegiate Hockey Association.
A strong team effort against an undefeated opponent led to an exciting, nail biting weekend for the Grand Valley State University Division II men’s club hockey team as the group split with Miami (Ohio) University, winning 5-4 on Friday and losing 3-1 on Saturday.
After a disappointing showing at the American Collegiate Hockey Association Showcase in Chicago earlier this month, the Grand Valley State University women’s club hockey team looks to build on early season success and improve on its 8-5-1 record.
The Grand Valley State University club hockey team has plenty of work ahead before bringing another championship back to Allendale this spring.
Heading into the winter semester all the Lakers’ energy will be focused on returning to the American Collegiate Hockey Association National Tournament.
Sophomore forward Brad Wilhelm scored hat tricks on back-to-back nights as the Grand Valley State University Division II club hockey team took on Southern Illinois University in their first action of the winter semester.
The Lakers looked sharp Saturday night, getting multiple odd man rushes and lots of second chance opportunities in front of the Southern Illinois net early in the game.
Over the years, senior forward Tim Marney has continue to add different aspects of his game to become a well-rounded two-way player for the Grand Valley State University Division II men’s club hockey team.
An 18-hour bus ride, and a 5000-foot elevation change proved to have little impact on the Grand Valley State University Division II men’s club hockey team as they took on a trio of opponents in the Rocky Mountains this weekend.
With the American Collegiate Hockey Association National Tournament starting to come into focus, the Grand Valley State University Division II men’s club hockey team put their No.
Sometimes the breaks simply don’t go your way, even if you play a well-rounded game.
That was the case this past weekend for the Grand Valley State University women’s club hockey team dropped a 2-1 and a 4-0 decision to No.
With the disappointing weekend against Michigan State University behind them, the Lakers couldn’t get back to their winning ways at Georgetown Ice Arena on Saturday night. Faster, more physical play from Division I opponent Adrian College left the Grand Valley State University men’s Division II club hockey team with an 8-3 loss.
Transforming from a one-dimensional player as a youth into a well-rounded offensive machine, senior assistant captain Shelby Kucharski is lighting up the score sheets this season for the Grand Valley State University women’s club hockey team.
Kucharski, who has 11 goals and nine assists in 19 games this season, is playing with new line mates for the first time.
The woes continued for the Grand Valley State University women’s club hockey team this weekend in a rivalry showdown with Michigan State University.
The Grand Valley State University men’s club hockey team gave one of their strongest performances in at least a month on Saturday afternoon to outshoot Adrian College 35-24.
For the Grand Valley State University women’s golf team, they hope a win in a tournament featuring top 25 ranked teams will be a sign of things to come for the spring season.
After two days of action and a bus that caught on fire, the Grand Valley State University men’s club hockey team will have to wait and see to know if they can make a third consecutive title game trip.