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Basketball vs Wayne State University at the DeltaPlex Arena on Thursday February 8, 2018.

GVSU women's basketball looks to close regular season strong despite senior Parmley's ACL injury

The best time of the year is almost upon us. As March draws closer with each passing day, the smell of playoff basketball madness is getting stronger and stronger. After a very entertaining overtime loss to the No. 1 ranked Ashland Eagles on Thursday, Feb. 15, the Grand Valley State women's basketball team looks ready to recover and move on, finishing off the last few preparations before the GLIAC Tournament.

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Teammates Chris Pearl and Chris Dorsey cheer on Ben Lubitz as he shoots a three at the game vs Ashland on February 15th, 2018.

GVSU men's basketball survives scare to top Ashland 64-57

Greeted by the most energetic home crowd of the season, the Grand Valley State men’s basketball team needed whatever boost they could get against the Ashland Eagles (17-9 overall, 10-8 GLIAC) to keep on the path to a playoff berth.  Ashland gave the Lakers their fair share of panic in the final minutes, but GVSU ended up pulling away with a 64-57 victory over the Eagles on Thursday, Feb. 15, at the GVSU Fieldhouse Arena. 


GVSU men's basketball clinches GLIAC Tournament berth in Senior Day victory over Tiffin

Before the season even began, there was one goal the Grand Valley State men’s basketball team set to accomplish: qualify for the GLIAC Tournament. Not only did the Lakers finally qualify for the postseason, but they did so on Senior Day, demolishing the Tiffin Dragons (7-19 overall, 3-15 GLIAC) 84-62 on Saturday, Feb. 17, at the GVSU Fieldhouse Arena. With the victory, GVSU improves to 14-12 (9-9 GLIAC), clinching a spot in the eight-team GLIAC Tournament.