My spring break this year with the track team down to Florida will probably be one that I remember the most in the years to come for a number of reasons.
As the Albion College Baseball team headed to Winter Haven, Fla., for our spring baseball trip, we were looking forward to seeing our hard work indoors pay off out of doors. Our goals were to win games, gain experience and prepare for the MIAA league play.
How did the Britons fair the week of March 27 through March 31?
Saturday, March 7
About 9 a.m. we arrive in Florida. I had driven the last four-hour shift and was starting to get tired of driving and being in the car for so long. Our first run in Florida is just a short “shake out” run to get our legs moving again. The distance girls do a half hour run around the area as a group to get a feel for the weather and our legs.
How did the Britons fair the week of Feb. 27 through March 6?
The biggest story of the Bejing Olympics was Michael Phelps winning eight gold medals. Albion’s swimming teams adopted the magic number by breaking eight school records at the MIAA finals over the weekend. For the Britons, men’s swimming finished fifth while the Lady Brits took sixth place.
Growing up David Bunn, Lansing senior, used to play basketball in the driveway with his younger brother, Peter Bunn.
Basketball senior reflects on season.
A look at how the Britons are stacking up for their spring sports.
From throwing a 50 pitch bull pen to swimming a 50-meter freestyle, practice days have become pretty hectic for Ryan Gunderson, Grosse Pointe senior.
An entire season’s worth of hard work, early morning practices and record-breaking performances comes to an end next weekend when the Albion swim and dive teams travel to the University of Notre Dame to compete in the MIAA championships.