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Category - Greater Lansing Sports Authority
The Greater Lansing region is a lot of things to a lot of people, but for a few special days in May it will be the focal point of the Women’s college golf world as it hosts the Division 1 NCAA Regional Championships.
A new era in sports for Michigan’s Capital region will kick off April 13th at Cooley Law School Stadium in downtown Lansing with the inaugural match of the Lansing Ignite, Michigan's only professional soccer team.
March 15, 2019 by Brendan Dwyer
The Greater Lansing Sports Authority (GLSA) held its annual meeting on March 13 and announced good news for the local economy and recognized numerous individuals with awards for their vision, dedication and loyalty to the Greater Lansing region.
February 28, 2019 by Brendan Dwyer
The Greater Lansing community is proud to be hosting the Michigan State USBC WBA 92nd Annual Championship Tournament at Royal Scot golf and Bowling Center every weekend from now until May 5, 2019. The best female bowlers from across the state are coming to Michigan’s Capital City for top competition and a whole lot of fun besides.
Much like a championship sports team, the Greater Lansing Sports Authority strives for perfection by bringing their own unique skill set everyday and always working together for the win.
The Greater Lansing Sports Authority (GLSA) is pleased to announce it has hired Elise Penhollow as Sports Coordinator.
November 14, 2018 by Brendan Dwyer
The Greater Lansing Sports Authority is pleased to announce the return of the Special Olympics of Michigan Poly Hockey & Unified Bowling Finals scheduled to be held November 17-18, 2018 in Greater Lansing.
October 26, 2018 by Brendan Dwyer
A new era in sports for Michigan’s Capital region was announced yesterday on the field of Cooley Law School Stadium in downtown Lansing. Seven representatives from numerous partnering entities took turns addressing the crowd and media members to announce the only professional soccer team for the state of Michigan, Lansing Ignite.
The Michigan State versus Michigan rivalry goes back a long way. Back in 1898 when the schools played football for the first time there was a seed planted. Who was the dominant program in the state?