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The Grand Valley State University women8217s basketball team traveled back in time Saturday afternoon to an era of radio programs and bulldog newspapers delivered on bike by neighborhood kids just a little past noon.
The line of scrimmage is set at the 10-yard line a wide-out flashes across the backfield in motion and the ball is snapped. A quarterback in blue No. 5 collects the football and bounds back into a drop with his head on a swivel and arm cocked to throw but before traversing the threshold into the pocket in that one moment he sees it a chance to do something spectacular and he takes it.
In realty it8217s no secret that location is everything. Although it turns out that in the realm of collegiate rowing location like each oar blade and every stroke plays a role.
Senior guard Dani Crandall receives an inbound pass from the sideline off a timeout with 14.7 seconds left in the game works a clear out off a high-ball screen crosses over her defender from right to left careens in toward the rim from the left through contact and finishes her first layup of the game off the glass with 6.8 seconds remaining on the clock despite being fouled.
8220Every day is a new opportunity8221 Cleveland Indian pitching great and first-ballot MLB Hall of Famer Bob Feller once said. 8220You can build on yesterday8217s success or put its failures behind and start over again.
Senior guard Dani Crandall stole the show as the Grand Valley State University women8217s basketball team defeated Northwood University 76-67 in an overtime thriller performed Saturday evening on the Fieldhouse floor she scored the first and last points of the game and played in 43 minutes of the 45-minute affair.
Dani Crandall joined the Grand Valley State University womens basketball team in 2010 with dreams winning a national championship for one and the right to chase them.
Senior guard Dani Crandall propelled the Grand Valley State University women8217s basketball team to a 32-19 halftime lead over Michigan Technological University on Saturday afternoon after scoring the first nine Laker points.
8216Omne trium perfectum8217 is a latin phrase that suggests every set of three is not only complete but more satisfying than other numbers of things 8212 that everything that comes in threes is perfect.
The Grand Valley State University women8217s basketball team was close in its last two games 8212 a 91-79 loss at Saginaw Valley State University on Thursday and a 78-76 defeat against Wayne State University on Saturday back in Allendale 8212 but didnt cut it on the scoreboard or in the standings.
When the five members that compose the Laker class of 2013 8212 forwards Kayla Dawson and Piper Tucker guards Taylor Lutz Keyara Wiard and Janae Langs 8212 have been identified it hasn8217t been for being rookies.
By Pete Barrows pbarrowslanthorn.comIt rolled across 25 yards of mud and slick grass over 25 games without a loss through soccer careers years in the making and a season spanning months and three seconds of the 5400 played in Saturday8217s Division II women8217s soccer title game.And then it rolled past Argonaut keeper Sara Story8217s lowered finger tips into the bottommost corner of the University of West Florida crease like a car off the highway 800 miles away from home finally arriving at an intended and much desired destination.
The Lakers made their triumphant return to the Peach State to extend their 2013 campaign with a 4-1 NCAA tournament semifinal victory over American International College.
One shot. One opportunity. Maybe five.Both the Grand Valley State University and American International College women8217s soccer teams are on the brink of seizing everything they ever wanted heading into the season.
In a Saturday non-regional game the Grand Valley State University women8217s basketball team and No. 12 Lewis University passed the controlling stake of the contest back-and-forth as if it was a gravy boat at Thanksgiving dinner.
A successful basketball team functions like a successful song. Every player on the court like every note on a page of sheet music has its place and when strung together melodiously a natural rhythm is synthesized.
Stiff winds raked across mud soaked turf Sunday as the Grand Valley State University womens soccer team defeated Rockhurst University 5-0 in the second round of the NCAA Tournament Midwest Regional.
Streaks are conversation starters while wins are the morals ascertained from meaningful chats. Streaks dont last wins do.
A quick start off the blocks does not guarantee a race just as one meet does not ensure a season.Although after impressive showings against Division I opponent Wisconsin-Milwaukee the Grand Valley State University men and women swim teams have opened their respective 2013-14 seasons out ahead on the gun.
Some say its better to be lucky than good although the Grand Valley State University soccer team hasnt required much luck this season to be historically successful.