The games were supposed to be played a few weeks ago, but the weather decided to get involved.
As a result, the Grand Valley State softball team (36-8, 21-5 GLIAC) was faced with a doubleheader on the last day of the regular season. The doubleheader would determine which team would finish second place in the conference.
The Grand Valley State softball team is freight train that can’t be stopped with its final destination, the postseason, closing in.
The Lakers (34-8, 19-5 GLIAC) extended their winning streak to 11 games by sweeping doubleheaders against Malone and Walsh on April 22 and 23.
Starting pitchers Sara Andrasik and Courtney Reinhold commanded the circle against Malone (13-28, 3-22 GLIAC) to begin the final weekend of the regular season as the duo both tossed complete game three-hitters to led GVSU to 5-0 and 6-1 victories.
On Senior Day against Walsh (18-29, 9-17 GLIAC), senior Andrasik had another solid outing to win game one, 5-1.
Alex Young stole his. Matt Williams did too. Zach Berry didn't have a choice, but wishes he did.
Grand Valley State football concluded spring practice at the 2016 Spring Classic on April 16, but some players were forced to watch from the sidelines.
Matt Williams didn't want to come to Grand Valley State. After deciding to transfer from Division I Northern Illinois, Williams started searching for Division II schools where he could play football and baseball without having to sit out a season.