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GVSU sweeps Wayne State 2-0 in NCAA Super Regionals
Photo: Kevin Sielaff

GVL / Kevin Sielaff - Grand Valley State squares off against Wayne State in the second game of the Midwest Super Regional tournament. The Lakers came out with the victory with a final score of 1-0 on Thursday, May 12, 2016 in Detroit, MI.

GVSU sweeps Wayne State 2-0 in NCAA Super Regionals


ALEX EISEN | 05/12/16 3:29pm

Swarm the circle and pose for the pictures. The Grand Valley State softball team is the 2016 Midwest Super Regional champions.

The fourth seeded Lakers (43-11) stunned the hosts and third seeded (No. 10 nationally) Wayne State (50-10) with a remarkable seventh inning rally in a 5-4 game one victory on May 11 and then defeated the Warriors in a tight 1-0 pitching duel on May 12 to win the best-of-three series.


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