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Women’s Lacrosse vs Univeristy of Indianapolis on March 29th, 2018.

GVSU lacrosse beats UIndy 17-10 at home

After playing their first seven games on the road, the Grand Valley State women’s lacrosse team returned to Allendale to take on a GLIAC rival on Thursday, March 29. The No. 16 Lakers took on the University of Indianapolis, the No. 8 team in Division II. The Lakers came in to this matchup looking to make a statement, and that is exactly what they did.  

GVL / Kevin Sielaff – Meghan Datema (18) takes a face-off at mid-field. The Lakers take the victory over Tiffin University Friday, April 1, 2016.

GVSU lacrosse outscores GLIAC opponents 44-8 in road series sweep

In early-season GLIAC action, the Grand Valley State women’s lacrosse team had quite the journey. On Friday, March 23, the team traveled to Marquette to take on Northern Michigan University, and their weekend finale in St. Paul, Minnesota, was against Concordia St. Paul on Sunday, March 25.  GVSU walked away from the weekend with two more victories, outscoring both opponents 44-8 to improve their record to 5-2 overall (3-0 GLIAC).

GVL/Kevin Sielaff - Aimee Hite (19) protects the ball as she moves up field during the game vs Northern Michigan on Saturday, April 15, 2017.

GVSU lacrosse sweeps road weekend series against Tiffin, Wheeling Jesuit

The Grand Valley State women’s lacrosse team traveled to Ohio and West Virginia to take on GLIAC rival Tiffin University on Friday, March 16, and Wheeling Jesuit on Sunday, March 18. The Lakers would first come away with a blowout 20-10 victory over Tiffin, later closing the weekend with a 22-11 win over Wheeling Jesuit. These wins bring GVSU’s record to 3-2 on the season and also mark the team’s first GLIAC game and win of the season. 


Quick hits: Cassidy Boensch basketball honors, Alton Voss football signing, GVSU lacrosse No. 22 ranking

It’s been quite the couple of weeks for Grand Valley State women’s basketball center Cassidy Boensch.  From starting the season with limited minutes to slowly gaining the trust of head coach Mike Williams to playing in the starting lineup, the 6-foot-4-inch sophomore not only earned her third straight (fourth total) GLIAC North Division Player of the Week, but she has now been named U.S. Basketball Writers Association (USBWA) National Player of the Week for the week of Feb. 25.