GVL / Emily Frye 
on Jan. 22nd.

GVSU DIII hockey suffers rough weekend

The Grand Valley State Division III men’s hockey team put forth a valiant effort over the weekend by battling back in both games of a home-and-away series against conference rival Aquinas (20-2-1-1), but could only come away with a tie.

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Sophomore Reede Burnett (#12)

Offensive defenseman shines for GVSU hockey

In the last few years, all across the sports world, new rules have been put in place to allow players and teams to score more, as today’s sports society has put a premium on offensive output. If the game isn’t high scoring, the fans can lose interest. It takes a true sports fan to appreciate good defensive play.

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Grand Valley Men’s Ice Hockey D3 player, Danny Smith, runs the puck down the ice against Hope College at the Georgetown Ice Arena on Jan 16.

GVSU DIII hockey splits series with Hope

The Grand Valley State Division III men’s hockey team split its weekend series against Hope College. The Lakers were able to come back from a slow start to win the first game on the road Friday, but the same slow start hindered GVSU, as it couldn't recover on Saturday night.

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GVSU to host golf clinic

For avid golfers, no season is as brutal as winter. With what feels like never-ending snow showers and temperatures averaging at digits below a college student's age, golfing simply has not been on the docket for the sport’s participants during the freezing months.

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Sophomore Buck Maynard on Jan. 15th.

Division II hockey sweeps Indiana

In a weekend full of slow starts, the Division II Grand Valley State men’s hockey team escaped with two wins in a weekend series against the Indiana University. The Lakers (22-4-1) topped the Hoosiers 4-1 on Friday and then again on Saturday 3-1.

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Women's dance team

GVSU dance team to host Kids Clinic

The Grand Valley State dance team often performs different routines during halftime of the football and basketball games throughout the year. But at the GVSU basketball game on Jan. 30, the dance team will look a little different. To be more specific, it will look a little younger.

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