For most high school students, the decision on college destination is a taxing process. For Division I bound athletes, it typically comes with a host of challenges.
The collegiate rowing regatta that’s attracted numerous Division I athletes to the Tri-Cities area over the last decade will no longer be held on Spring Lake.
The Grand Valley State University rowing coach instrumental in bringing a Division I and II level college rowing regatta – The Lubbers Cup - to Spring Lake is heading back to his home state of New Jersey to charge up another college’s rowing program.
The Spring Lake crew team capped off their third spring season with a pair of top-five finishes at the Michigan High School State Championship regatta.
Grand Valley rowing Coach John Bancheri said it is a weather trifecta that caused him to call off the 23rd Annual Lubbers Cup Regatta, planned for this weekend on Spring Lake.
Update (Thursday, 2 p.m.): Officials have announced a change in the race course because of anticipated high winds. The races will now start in Smith’s Bayou, go under the West Spring Lake Road bridge and finish at the Spring Lake Yacht Club. Races are scheduled to start at 9 a.m. Saturday an…
FERRYSBURG — The Tri-Cities area will once again host several Division I college athletic teams when the 23rd annual Don Lubbers Cup Regatta rows April 13-15 on Spring Lake.
FERRYSBURG — Students from Spring Lake and Grand Haven high schools took to the water recently for a rowing camp put on by the Spring Lake Crew Club and Grand Valley State University rowing team.