Weekly Sports Report

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This Week in Campus Recreation
September 12, 2014
September 12, 2014

CAUTION: DUE TO CONSTRUCTION AT LEE HALL FRONT ENTRANCE, PLEASE USE BACK DOOR

Upcoming Events:

O-Mazing Race
Saturday, September 13, 12:30 - 4 p.m.

Flag Football League
Friday, September 19

Broomball League
Sunday, October 5


Campus Recreation has a great lineup of events, programs, and leagues coming up for the month of September! Read down below for more information.

Special Open Recreation Hours
Indoor Soccer, Badminton, and Volleyball

Click here for fall schedule
LAKERFEST HOME RUN DERBY

On Saturday, September 6, Campus Recreation and Residence Life and Housing co-sponsored Lakerfest Home Run Derby.  The event took place from 1 - 3 p.m. on Cayuga Field.  
 
Twenty three teams registered for the event.  Each team of two was allowed 30 pitches, 15 for each participant.  The prize for the highest number of home runs at the end of the tournament was a championship t-shirt.  
 
Although the weather did not come through as hoped, participants remained lively and energetic...READ MORE



VOLLEYBALL, SOFTBALL, AND SOCCER INTRAMURALS START STRONG

Campus Recreation intramurals have officially started! The 5 v 5 beach volleyball league began on Friday, while the soccer and softball leagues began on Monday.

The beach volleyball league will be heating up this weekend, as the co-rec competitive, co-rec recreational, and men's competitive leagues finish up regular play and advance to playoffs.  Just Had Sets and Rack City look to be tough competitors in the co-rec competitive league...READ MORE



 
CAMPUS RECREATION TO PREPARE FOR BROOMBALL LEAGUE

Campus Recreation will host its semi-annual broomball league towards the end of September.  Compared to other typical sports, such as basketball and soccer, broomball may sound very foreign and raise some questions.  What is that?  Why is it called that? How is the sport played?
 
THE HISTORY OF BROOMBALL
Broomball is a sport that is believed to have been created in Canada in the early 20th century by streetcar workers.  They used...READ MORE