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A strong 2013 spring golf season came to an end this past week for the Grand Valley State University golf programs.
When the Grand Valley State University co-ed and all-girl cheerleading teams made their way to Daytona Beach Fl.
As the Grand Valley State University mens and womens golf teams approach their most important parts of the schedule their goal is to be playing their best.
After winning their first eight GLIAC matches the Grand Valley State University mens tennis team had their hot start come to a halt when they were bitten by the injury bug.
Due to lack of organization and interest the Grand Valley State University bowling club had no choice but to shut down altogether leading to the end of their existence.
To say that the Grand Valley State University mens tennis team had a rough weekend would be an understatement.
The Sunday afternoon matchup between the Grand Valley State University womens lacrosse team and the Findlay University Oilers was never in question as the Lakers dismantled the Oilers defense from start to finish in a 17-2 victory.This was exactly what we needed said senior Allyson Fritz.
Picking up everything and leaving behind all of the friends made over the past three years is easier said than done.
When it comes to mens tennis in the GLIAC few have looked more impressive than the Grand Valley State University mens tennis squad.
Riding a five game losing streak is usually not how you want to be playing as you resume conference play. However just at the right time it all came together for the Grand Valley State University mens tennis team as they jumped back into their GLIAC schedule.
On the weekends freshman Grand Valley State University womens tennis player Claire Cooper isnt partying with her fellow GVSU students nor is she relaxing on the couch watching TV all day.
Coming off an undefeated fall campaign the Grand Valley State University mens club baseball team is gearing up for what will hopefully be an even more successful spring.
A 10-hour drive to the U.P. and a stifling defense proved to be too much for the Grand Valley State womens basketball team.
After a week of battling Division I talent in Florida the Grand Valley State University mens and womens tennis teams are ready for the stiff competition from their GLIAC foes.It was great for us to go down there as a team to get ready for the upcoming spring season said junior Bryan Hodges.
When sophomore Francis Bertrand and junior Bryan Hodges first met on Francis recruiting visit to Grand Valley State University just months before Francis freshman year they realized they shared a connection.When we first met a couple of years ago we really connected with one another Bertrand said.
The GVSU womens tennis team had a unique opportunity to scrimmage the Grand Rapids Community College mens tennis team this weekend.It was a fun opportunity for us said sophomore Leah Dancz.
Sometimes its not how you start but how you finish. The Grand Valley State University womens basketball team proved that adage to be true on Saturday against GLIAC North leading Wayne State University.
After completing a season with a class that included six graduating seniors who were the centerpiece for two national championships 2009 2010 and four final four appearances 2009 2010 2011 2012 the Grand Valley State womens soccer program hopes their newest class can build a similar legacy.
As the Grand Valley State womens basketball team season is coming to a close the Lakers stayed in the hunt for the GLIAC North title and accomplished a career milestone in the process.This past weekend GVSU defeated Lake Superior State 5-18 4-15 GLIAC 69-56 on Thursday which subsequently resulted in being head coach Janel Burgess 100th win.It means a lot to all of us in the program said junior Dani Crandall who led the Lakers with 12 points and eight rebounds.
Just underway in their spring season the Grand Valley State University Tennis team took on a plethora of local teams at the Grand Rapids City invitational.Local teams that faced the Lakers this past weekend were Davenport Hope College Aquinas College Cornerstone University and Grand Rapids Community College.It was a very competitive group of teams that we faced said sophomore Francis Bertrand.
Pictures of the Year 2012-2013
10:30 am | Team Hope Walk for Huntington's Disease
6:30 pm | Broadway Theatre - Anything Goes
8:00 am | MBA Information Meeting: AM session
10:00 am | SAP Farm Stand
5:30 pm | MBA Information Meeting: PM Session
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