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Corby's hat trick fuels GVSU in win at FSU
Photo: GVL/Robert Mathews

GVSU's Marti Corby, left, and Jenny Shaba, right, embrace after a goal in 2013.

Corby's hat trick fuels GVSU in win at FSU


By ADAM KNORR Published 09/21/14 4:50pm

On Sept. 14, the Grand Valley State University women’s soccer team dropped its first game since 2012 with a 1-0 loss at No.


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How GVSU went from hype to heartache

How GVSU went from hype to heartache

Facial expressions in the visiting team's stands summed it up: disappointment, disbelief and shock. The few faithful that remained couldn't seem to grasp what was happening in front of them.

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Bissell picks up first win as GVSU golf coach

Bissell picks up first win as GVSU golf coach

An impressive showing at the GLIAC North Fall Invitational left Grand Valley State men’s golf team atop the leaderboard in first place, which the Lakers hope is a symbol of what’s to come this year.

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International speedster leads GVSU back line

International speedster leads GVSU back line

Juane Odendaal has been going through transitions her whole life. Odendaal was born in South Africa, in the city of Durban – a well-populated coastal town on the southwestern edge of the country. After six years, Odendaal and her family packed up and left, heading to Canada in search of a safer, more promising life for Juane and her sister.

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Simmons blossoms into key player for GVSU

Simmons blossoms into key player for GVSU

What often times goes unnoticed in sports is the athlete who doesn’t necessarily receive all the attention and accolades, but is always in the right spot at the right time, fulfills their duties on a consistent basis and holds the team together as one cohesive unit.

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GVSU's Rider earns first career win at UIndy

GVSU's Rider earns first career win at UIndy

A cold, wet start on day one shortened the UIndy Brickyard Invitational to just two 18-hole rounds, but the finish couldn’t have ended much better for the Grand Valley State University men’s golf team.

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