Lansing Sports CommissionTM projects significant economic impact

LANSING, MICH. June 11, 2024 – Several sports events will bring more than 8,000 athletes and thousands more coaches, families and spectators to the Lansing area in June and July. The Lansing Sports CommissionTM is excited to host MHSAA Athletics, Capital City Tennis Classic, Mid-Michigan Rugby 7’s and more.

“We’re excited to welcome thousands of athletes from across the country this summer,” said Meghan Ziehmer, Executive Director for the Lansing Sports CommissionTM. “Events like these fuel our local economy and support local hotels, restaurants and venues. It's a true team effort, and we're grateful for our partners and volunteers who make it all possible.”

MHSAA – Baseball Semifinals and Finals

McLane Stadium at Michigan State University, June 13-15

The top high school baseball teams from around the state will play for the title of State Champion.

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MHSAA – Softball Semifinals and Finals

Secchia Stadium at Michigan State University, June 13-15

Top Michigan high school softball teams will compete for the state championship at MSU.

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MHSAA – Girls Soccer Finals

DeMartin Soccer Complex at Michigan State University, June 14-15

Top high school girls' soccer teams will compete for the State Champion title.

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Michigan High School Clay Target League State Tournament

Michigan Trapshooting Association, June 15-16

Eighty teams with over 1,250 student athletes will come from across the state to compete.

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USA High School Clay Target League National Championships

Michigan Trapshooting Association, July 10-14

Nearly 3,000 of the nation’s best clay target student athletes will gather in Mason, Michigan, to compete for the title of National Champion.

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Mid-Michigan 7’s (Eastern Men's Regional & Women's Event)

Hope Sports Complex, July 13

Approximately 200 athletes from 16 teams in the Midwest will compete in Lansing for a spot at the USA Rugby National 7s Championship.

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Capital City Tennis Classic

Michigan State University Tennis Courts, July 15-21

This event will feature 120 players in both singles and doubles draws.

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Beikoku Shidokan Karatedo National Training Seminar

Lansing Center, July 26-27

Shidokan practitioners and supporters from around the globe will gather in Lansing to learn and train together.

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About The Lansing Sports CommissionTM

The Lansing Sports CommissionTM (LSC) is a division of Choose LansingTM. The LSC’s mission is to be the leading voice of sports tourism in the Greater Lansing area and to promote economic growth by attracting a diverse range of sporting events to the region. The LSC strives to enhance the quality of life for area residents through the development of local sports and fitness programs for all ages, and to support the continued development and maintenance of safe, high-quality athletic facilities.