The last time SVSU began the season playing a team other than Northwood was the 2001 season. Not a single player on the Cardinals roster this season was on that 2001 squad, making playing a team other than Northwood something a bit out of the ordinary. »
Some big names are gone, but playoffs, GLIAC title still in sight
"That's the nature of the beast in college football. You're not going to keep them all forever."
Those words have never rung so true for head coach Randy Awrey and the SVSU football team, which will begin this season with just 13 seniors and needing to fill several voids left by some of the best players SVSU has ever had to offer. »
George Eastland has been at SVSU since 1969, but right now, he says he's catching up.
In June, the longtime chemistry professor took over for Joe Vogl as the interim athletic director, a position that he may end up holding until this January or next June. »
The fall semester brings a fresh start for the SVSU women's tennis team looking to rebound from a tough 2005 season. »
Ryan Duckworth has himself in a unique situation with his new job. Hired Aug. 7, Duckworth is charged with taking over and trying to improve a men's golf team that won the GLIAC last fall and finished 15th in the nation this spring. »
The volleyball team is looking to rebound from a disappointing 2005 as it returns a talented core of players from last year's squad. »