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Fresh off of three victories over Lewis University, Calvin College and Ashland University, the Grand Valley State University men's and women's swimming and diving teams will each put their winning streaks on the line when they host Division I foe Michigan State University Friday at 6 p.m. at Jenison High School.
For the third consecutive year, the Division II Grand Valley State University and Division I Michigan State University swimming teams faced off at the Jenison Aquatic Center on Friday night.
In addition to facing off against stiff competition, the Grand Valley State University men's and women's swimming teams faced the challenge of having multiple races in a short time period.
While the season may be three months away, Grand Valley State University is now giving its students the opportunity to participate competitively in "America's favorite pastime", better known as baseball.
The Grand Valley State University track and field teams were not going to take it easy out of the gate on Friday.
The Grand Valley State University women's basketball team came away with a 79-45 victory against Rochester College Saturday, in a match that was GVSU-dominated from the start.
Records have been constantly dropping for the GVSU men's and women's swimming and diving teams this season, helping them to position them in first and second place, respectively, in the GLIAC standings.
Carly Bush and her teammates set eight new pool records at GVSU on their way to sweeping the dual meet against the University of Findlay by a score of 159-74. The men (6-2, 4-0 GLIAC) also swam and outscored Findlay, 170-41.
Try jumping more than 10 feet into the air while spinning and contorting your body into different directions. At the same time, also have the mental discipline to perfect your form mid-air.
GVSU's swim and dive teams ended the regular season Saturday in Indianapolis against the University of Indianapolis, the day after the men and women both swept Hope College 152-74 and 149-90, respectively.
Senior swimmer Carly Bush says the same thing before every race: "I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me."
The Lakers (14-11-1) have worked with an extremely young roster after losing players from the start of the season.
Looking at the Grand Valley State University men's swimming records, senior Aaron Beebe's name will stand out among the rest.
"We're really focused going into it," said senior men's co-captain Sam Soukup. "A lot of the guys are looking forward to this. We have kind of built everything around the conference meet, and said everything is a process and all the dual meets are steps towards the conference meet."
The Grand Valley State women's water polo team has one goal in mind for their season: beat the University of Notre Dame.
The Grand Valley State University dodgeball team saw its perfect season end at the Michigan Dodgeball Cup on Saturday.
Even though the Grand Valley State University men's and women's swimming and diving teams recorded 13 school records and 11 individual titles, it wasn't enough for a GLIAC Championship.
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With the GLIAC Championship meet rapidly approaching, the Grand Valley State University track and field teams entered their Tune Up meet on Friday with an eye on sharpening their times and focusing on the postseason.