Quick Hits: Wolters named GLIAC POY

GVL / Emily Frye
Senior Kaitlyn Wolters (#7)

GVL / Emily Frye

GVL / Emily Frye Senior Kaitlyn Wolters (#7)

Lanthorn Staff

  • Wolters
    named GLIAC Player of the Year

The No. 16 Grand Valley State women’s
volleyball team has been turning in impressive performances as a team all
season, but Saturday night afforded the Lakers a chance for individual

Seniors Kaitlyn Wolters, Christina Canepa,
Abbey Aiken and juniors Kaleigh Lound and Betsy Ronda earned all-conference
honors for GVSU after the team’s sweep of Saginaw Valley State at Fieldhouse

Wolters was tabbed as the GLIAC Player of the
Year and GLIAC Setter of the Year, while Canepa earned GLIAC Libero of the
Year. The duo was also named to the All-GLIAC First Team. Aiken and Ronda,
GVSU’s starting outside hitters, earned All-GLIAC Second Team laurels, while
Lound was an Honorable Mention.

  • GVSU
    stifles Davenport in weekend series

The Grand Valley State women’s club hockey
team improved to 7-1-1 over the weekend after posting a pair of strong
defensive performances against Davenport.

The Lakers and Panthers played to a scoreless
tie through two periods on Friday night, but GVSU broke through early in the
third period. Corey Robinson found the back of net on assists from Allison Lowe
and Katie Danto, and GVSU won 1-0.

GVSU’s defense held strong on Saturday night
in the encore performance, and the offense was a touch better. Hilary Daniels
found Danto in the first period for a goal before Kristen Iannuzzi scored in
the second period to give GVSU a 2-0 victory.