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It hasnt been easy but the Grand Valley State University mens basketball team is 5-0 for the first time since the 2008-2009 season.
The Grand Valley State University womens volleyball team concluded a special 2013 campaign with a heartbreaking loss to its nemesis.
The Grand Valley State University womens volleyball team certainly appears to have all the characteristics of a group primed for a deep playoff push.
The Grand Valley State University womens volleyball team proved it not only had the best player and coach in the GLIAC this season but also the best team.
Senior point guard Rob Woodson decided to put the fate of the game in his hands when his team trailed by one point with less than 30 seconds to play.
The Grand Valley State University womens volleyball team is certainly pulling its weight in the Battle of the Valleys. GVSU was firing on all cylinders at home against Saginaw Valley State University on Wednesday night and ultimately swept its rival in straight sets 25-16 25-15 25-16 to advance to the GLIAC Tournament Semifinals.
It took junior center Darren Washington and sophomore forward Ricky Carbajal just two possessions to send a resounding message that lasted for an entire game.
There was more than enough offense to go around at the Fieldhouse Arena when a pair of local teams collided for an entertaining game of exhibition hoops.
Champions dont cower in the face of adversity. They dance.The No. 15 Grand Valley State University womens volleyball team celebrated its first outright GLIAC regular season championship since 2008 over the weekend by furthering its dominance of GLIAC competition with a pair of four-set road victories at Northwood University and Hillsdale College.
Nothing was handed to senior point guard Rob Woodson of the Grand Valley State University mens basketball team.
The poise of junior libero Christina Canepa means everything to the Grand Valley State University womens volleyball team when it8217s time to dig deep.
The emergence of a go-to player has sparked quite a run for the surging Grand Valley State University womens volleyball team.Junior captain Abby Aiken has taken her game to the next level this season by learning to flourish in a leadership role that has helped guide GVSU to its best start since 2008.All of the great teams here have had somebody who is a go-to player a person who steps up in the big moment head coach Deanne Scanlon said.
Sophomore captain Betsy Ronda refused to let a pair of injuries keep her out of a match against the No. 15 team in the country.
A pair of former Grand Valley State University basketball players are learning to adapt to an unfamiliar style of play while living in an unfamiliar country.
It would be an understatement to say the No. 20 Grand Valley State University womens volleyball team has exceeded its expectations midway through its 2013 campaign. GVSU 14-3 8-1 GLIAC currently holds the No. 1 spot in the conference after being tabbed as the North Divisions third-best team in the 2013 GLIAC Coaches Preseason Volleyball Poll.
Junior captain Abby Aiken found a way to shine after being told to put the team on her back.
Grand Valley State University boasts not only the No. 1 womens soccer team in all of the NCAA Division II but also an up-and-coming mens club team that appears to be primed for a historic season.
The No. 17 Grand Valley State University womens volleyball team found a way to bounce back after being knocked down by its rival on Tuesday.
The eight-game winning streak belonging to the No. 17 Grand Valley State University womens volleyball team was snapped on Tuesday night in a 3-2 loss 23-25 22-25 26-24 25-16 10-15 against No. 22 Ferris State University inside a packed Ewigleben Sports Arena in Big Rapids Mich.
The No. 19 Grand Valley State University womens volleyball team spent a couple of days in Ohio by going streaking and doing some sweeping.