Baseball team rakes in pre-season accolades

The Grand Valley State University baseball team, which finished third at the 2013 NCAA Division II Baseball National Finals, is expected to be in contention again this season and has been ranked among the top seven teams in the country by several major publications.

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Medo named GLIAC S&D Athlete of the Week

Grand Valley State University junior swimmer Milan Medo was named the GLIAC Men’s Swimming and Diving Athlete of the Week on Friday after a strong outing in a dual meet at the University of Indianapolis on Jan.

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Softball ranked third in pre-season poll

The Grand Valley State University softball team was recently tabbed as the No. 3 team in the NFCA Division II Preseason Softball Poll after capping off one of its best seasons in school history. GVSU finished with a record of 46-9 and won both the GLIAC regular season and Midwest Region championships in 2013.

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MSU/Michigan dual meet cancelled

The NCAA Division I nightcap of the GVSU 5-Way between the University of Michigan and Michigan State University was cancelled on Saturday due to inclement weather across the state.

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Club volleyball wins tournament

The Grand Valley State University women’s club volleyball team took home a victory in the University of Michigan Ranking Tournament over the weekend after taking down Ohio State University in the finals. GVSU will remain as the No.

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Kapustka cleared to play at SVSU

Grand Valley State University sophomore guard Darren Kapustka has been cleared to play at Saginaw Valley State University on Thursday night after sitting out one game with a head injury.

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GVSU to welcome FSU with Black Out

The Grand Valley State University men’s and women’s basketball teams will square off with rival Ferris State University on Monday night in a “Black Out” at the Fieldhouse Arena. Both GVSU squads will be donning all-black uniforms for the occasion.

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GVSU softball adds six recruits

Grand Valley State University’s softball head coach recently announced the addition of six athletes who will be joining his program this fall and will be eligible to play during the 2015 season. The high school students are: Tanner Kiessel (Portage, Mich./Portage Central), Courtney Reinhold (Saginaw, Mich./Swan Valley), Kaylie Rhynard (Shepherd, Mich.), Teagan Shomin (Grand Rapids, Mich./Northview), Taylor Sparks (Fort Wayne, Ind./Concordia Lutheran), and Heather Sperlazzo (Carol Stream, Ill./Glenbard North). Woods projects Kiessel and Sparks as utility players, Reinhold as a pitcher, Rhynard as a catcher/infielder, Shomin as an outfielder and Sperlazzo as a first baseman. The Lakers won the Midwest Regional championship and advanced to the NCAA Division II College World Series for the second time in program history a year ago with a record of 46-9.

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