Success is no longer just a goal, or an option, for the Grand Valley State University women’s soccer team this upcoming season.
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The Grand Valley State University women’s rugby club is starting off the season in rather dominating fashion. Led by head coach Bob Richthammer, the Lakers are in a great position to take advantage of their talents and make some noise this upcoming season.
The Grand Valley State University Division II men’s club hockey team has started the season on a roll. After starting the season with four-straight wins, the team tied their previous game against Siena College, bringing their overall record to 4-0-1.
With its inaugural season in full swing, the Grand Valley State University club baseball team is ready and rearing to show off their hard work and make a statement to the rest of the league.
Rarely do teams come out of the gates at the start of season as a polished work of art, firing on all cylinders, and dominating every opponent they face. The Grand Valley women’s club rugby team has been every bit an exception to that rule.
It’s not always an easy task to win with an inexperienced roster, but the Grand Valley State University club wrestling team, lead by head coach Rick Bolhuis, has worked hard and, as a result, have continued grinding out wins this season. “Well, we have a young team this year, a very young team this year and so some of them are still trying to transition from high school wrestling to college wrestling,” Bolhuis said.
Though shooting might not be a sport you can wave a foam finger at, the members of Grand Valley State University’s Shooting Team are just as focused on their sport as any other team out there.
The season may have just started, but the Grand Valley State University men’s and women’s track and field teams are already qualifying for the NCAA Division II Championships.
The Grand Valley State University men’s and women’s track teams have gotten off to quick starts this season, already claiming numerous team victories and individual first place finishes as the head into the indoor season. Both the men’s and women’s teams already kicked off their season by hosting the GVSU Early Bird Open and the GVSU Holiday Open in Kelley Family Sports Center.
The Grand Valley State University men’s club roller hockey team finds themselves ranked No. 1 in their region. However, they are not ready to become complacent.
When any athlete suffers a season-ending injury, it can be devastating. For Grand Valley State University senior Matt Armstrong, it was twice as worse. Armstrong is a two-sport athlete for the Grand Valley State University football and track and field teams, which made his road to recovery from a serious injury more arduous than others.