Governor Gretchen Whitmer photo
Associated Press

Gov. Gretchen Whitmer late Wednesday clarified her order requiring masks in organized sports, saying they must be worn in training and competition only when athletes cannot consistently keep 6 feet apart.

The measure explicitly mentions football, soccer and volleyball as sports where face coverings are a must due to the coronavirus pandemic. But it also now exempts sports in which athletes can keep distance “except for occasional and fleeting moments” — such as tennis, golf, cross country, baseball and softball.

Larry Nassar

Michigan State University mostly found no violations of campus policy in a review of roughly 20 former or current staff members who were said to have received complaints about Larry Nassar, the doctor convicted of molesting female athletes, according to a report Tuesday.

The report is part of a 2019 agreement with the U.S. Education Department, which included a $4.5 million fine and MSU’s pledge to greatly change how it responds to sexual harassment and assault.

Kalamazoo College athletics get sanctions amid violations

Jun 23, 2017

The Michigan Intercollegiate Athletic Association has announced sanctions against a college's athletic programs following the NCAA's discovery last year of violations regarding athletics and financial aid. The MIAA Presidents' Council voted Thursday to apply the sanctions on Kalamazoo College, an NCAA Division III school in southwest Michigan. 

GR8 Girls Challenge

Jun 12, 2017

We discuss the GR8 Girls Challenge, and upcoming fundraiser for Grand Rapids Public Schools Athletics. We talk about boot camp with Cara Jones and Scott Hamilton.

As the Olympics begin this week, Betsy Graney, former four time GVSU track and field All American, and Physical Therapist Darcy Lown joins The Morning Show in studio to talk about elite athletes and giving back to the community.