When it comes to sport, none are growing faster than lacrosse in North America. There are a number
Category - Greater Lansing Sports Authority
The Greater Lansing Convention and Visitors Bureau (GLCVB) held its annual meeting on February 25
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 (GLSA), and the Michigan State University rugby team are
The return of Spartan Football – Just saying the words gives those of us that bleed green full-blown goosebumps. The concept is so exciting because of all the positivity and excitement that Spartan football brings to our lives.
The Greater Lansing Sports Authority is pleased to welcome back to the community one of its longest running sports event partners, Senior Softball USA, for the 2019 Senior Softball Northern Championships, August 15-18. Softball games will feature 50 different teams with players ranging in age from 40-years-old to 80-years-old.
July 09, 2019 by Brendan Dwyer
The Greater Lansing Sports Authority is pleased to welcome back to the region the USA High School Clay Target League National Championship July 11-14, 2019 at the Michigan Trap Association (MTA) Home grounds in Mason.
July 02, 2019 by Brendan Dwyer
The Greater Lansing Sports Authority is pleased to announce the return of two sports events making for a huge sports weekend in the community.
It doesn't take long to notice Greater Lansing is undergoing a major reconstruction. Cranes are in the air, shovels are in the dirt and the community at large is at the threshold of a completely revitalized region.