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Adam Knorr

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GVSU's Potts starts MLB journey

During the 31st round of the 2015 MLB Draft, Jamie Potts got a call.

Six schools set to leave GLIAC by 2017

Beginning July 1, 2017, the GLIAC will be missing a total of six current members.

GVSU kicks off Unified Sports program

Imagine a soccer league where the fans don’t yell at referees, tackles aren’t vicious and smiles are more common than scowls.

GVSU senior golfer reflects on career

Four All-GLIAC first team plaudits, back-to-back GLIAC Women’s Golfer of the Year awards and countless fairway-seeking drives later, Kelly Hartigan’s career at Grand Valley State has drawn to a close.

GVSU rower picked for World University Games

Austin Gentry has never been overseas. Thanks to the Grand Valley State University Rowing Club – and more than a bit of skill – that’s about to change.

Rider leaves GVSU golf in good hands

With a name like a movie hero and a drive that would make Dale Earnhardt jealous, Jack Rider has cemented his place in Grand Valley State golf for years to come.

GVSU squads earn top 10 finishes at nationals

Three sunny days and a few dozen slowclaps later, the NCAA Division II 2015 Outdoor Track & Field Championships drew to a close.

Shipley, Hartigan lead GVSU to GLIAC championship

The Grand Valley State women’s golf team never gained a comfortable lead at the 2015 GLIAC Women’s Championship in Xenia, Ohio. It never trailed, either.

Year in Review: Top sports #5

Grand Valley State University women’s soccer coach Dave DiIanni paced back and forth, speaking sharply to his team

Year in Review: Top sports #1

When a key member of the original cast leaves a TV show, it rarely remains as good. Writers stretch for story lines and slowly the fan base dwindles.

Lakers lose three straight after 7-0 start

After ripping off seven consecutive wins to start the 2014-15 campaign, the Grand Valley State women’s basketball team came face to face with a three-game gauntlet on the road.

Laker men slide to second-place finish

LOUISVILLE, Ky. – At times on Saturday morning, the men’s cross country Division II National Championship meet resembled a Tough Mudder more than a college sport.

GVSU downs Rollins to win national title

LOUISVILLE, Ky. – When a key member of the original cast leaves a TV show, it rarely remains as good. Writers stretch for storylines and slowly the fan base dwindles.

PK perfection propels GVSU to title match

LOUISVILLE, Ky. – Andrea Strauss toed her line, staring straight ahead. Rain cascaded down on the field at Owsley B. Frazier Stadium at Bellarmine University.

Lakers ready to defend title in Louisville

On Tuesday afternoon, a bus jammed full of Grand Valley State women’s soccer players started its engine and headed southeast, bound for Louisville, Ky.

GVSU's 'Fab Four' gears up for grand finale

Jenny Shaba, Charlie Socia, Alyssa Wesley and Juane Odendaal have at most two games left. When it’s all over, they probably won’t take a bow. But a standing ovation would certainly be justified.

GVSU beats UCM, returns to Final Four

The Grand Valley State women’s soccer team went up against an undefeated Wisconsin-Parkside in the Sweet Sixteen. The Lakers won. The Grand Valley State women’s soccer team went up against an undefeated Central Missouri team in the Elite Eight, and the Lakers won.

Hosler carries on winning tradition for GVSU

Jeff Hosler can’t escape soccer. He’s never wanted to. Now, after more than two decades in the game, Hosler’s consistently successful journey has led him to Allendale, patrolling the sidelines for the Grand Valley State women’s soccer team.

Fast and flurious: GVSU tops Bellarmine, 2-0

The scene was more befitting of ice skates than soccer cleats in Allendale on Sunday afternoon for the Midwest Regional Semifinal match in the NCAA Division II Women’s Soccer Tournament.

GVSU gears up for Battle of the Valleys

Grand Valley State head coach Matt Mitchell will be the first to admit that the 2014 season has been frustrating. His Lakers aren’t headed to the playoffs. They lost five games for the first time since 1999. They failed to beat a ranked opponent once.