Lakers travel to Wayne State in non-GLIAC play, men's golf faces Division I teams at invitational

Lakers football team runs on to the field through a cloud of blue smoke
The Lakers meet Wayne State for a 6 p.m. non-conference game on September 24 in Detroit.
Image Credit: Valerie Hendrickson

Grand Valley meets Wayne State, the first of two meetings with the Warriors this season, for a 6 p.m. game on September 24 at Tom Adams Field in Detroit.

Saturday's game is not a conference game with the Warriors. Wayne State will visit Allendale on November 5 for the teams' GLIAC game.

The Lakers (3-0) sit at No. 3 in this week’s American Football Coaches Association weekly poll, following their 66-7 win over Lincoln (Calif.) University on September 17.

In their previous 17 matchups, Wayne State has just one victory over Grand Valley, and that came in 2019 when the Warriors beat the Lakers, 31-17, at Lubbers Stadium.

Sophomore placekicker Kollin Kralap was named the GLIAC’s Special Teams Player of the Week for his performance against Lincoln. Kralap was 9-for-9 on point after attempts and connected on a 40-yard field goal, the longest of his Grand Valley career.

Fans can listen to Saturday’s game on 96.9 WLAV-FM with the pregame show beginning at 4:30 p.m. Wayne State will stream the game online on its athletics page. Lakers fans can purchase a 24-hour pass to access the livestream.

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Men's golf participating in Folds of Honor Invitational

The men’s golf team is one of 18 collegiate teams playing in the inaugural Folds of Honor Invitational from Sept. 26-28 at Grand Haven’s American Dunes Golf Club, a Jack Nicklaus Signature Golf Course. 

Folds of Honor is a nonprofit organization which provides scholarships for spouses or family members of military members disabled or killed in service to their country. The invitational will support the Folds of Honor Foundation and feature FOH Scholarship recipients.

Michigan State is the host team for the event and will be welcoming teams from Air Force, Arizona, Army, Central Michigan, Clemson, Eastern Michigan, Florida State, Grand Valley, Illinois, Kansas, Liberty, Navy, N.C. State, Oregon State, Texas Southern, UCLA and Virginia Union.

Spectators are welcome to visit the tournament free of charge. Visit the American Dunes Golf Club website for more information.