When it comes to sport, none are growing faster than lacrosse in North America. There are a number
February 25, 2020 by Brendan Dwyer
The Greater Lansing Sports Authority loves a busy weekend, and that's just what's in store. Three big tournaments are headed into the community this weekend and they're sure to make an impact on the local community.
The Greater Lansing Convention and Visitors Bureau (GLCVB) held its annual meeting on February 25
The GLSA had another incredibly successful year, drawing in sports tournaments and events of nearly every kind into the Capital region.
The Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (GLIAC), the Greater Lansing Sports Authority and Lansing Lugnuts spoke to the media on December 2nd to share that the Greater Lansing region was recently selected to host a prestigious six-team, double-elimination GLIAC Baseball Tournament at Cooley Law School Stadium. The event will take place May 7-10, 2020.
The Greater Lansing Sports Authority and Michigan Special Olympics will host two upcoming events providing competition and camaraderie for over 1,000 athletes. The 2019 State Poly Hockey Tournament will be held at Holt High School November 23-24 and the 2019 State Unified Bowling Tournament will be November 23rd at Royal Scot Golf and Bowl.
November 11, 2019 by Brendan Dwyer
The Greater Lansing Sports Authority, the Greater Lansing Area Sports Hall of Fame and USA Softball of Michigan are pleased to announce the Greater Lansing region was recently selected to host the USA Softball Women’s National Team for a double-header warm-up before leaving for the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo, Japan on June 10th, 2020.
The Greater Lansing Sports Authority and the Mid-Michigan Tennis Association are excited to announce the first men's professional tennis event ever in the state of Michigan is coming to Greater Lansing this winter.
The Greater Lansing Sports Authority (GLSA), and the Michigan State University rugby team are
Michigan State University graduate student Piotr Pasik loves seeing the look on people's faces when he tells them he plays tennis. As a wheelchair user, Pasik learned early on to defy others' expectations. At MSU, he has studied Kinesiology, traveled the world and got involved with MSU's Adaptive Sports Club.