Labor Day Kickball Tournament Kicks Off the Intramural Season!
The Intramural Kickball Tournament was held on Sunday, August 31 and the winners were the Ball Kickers. They outlasted the other teams and the heat of the midday sun to become the first champions of the year!
Not only were the Ball Kickers the champions but they also gained a valuable 5 points toward winning the first ever CANE CUP. The Cane Cup is the trophy that all independent teams will play for during the Fall and Spring semesters.
Don’t forget about the Golf Scramble which is being held this year at the newly renovated Miccosukee Golf Course Friday, September 12 @ 1pm. There are still a few slots for you sign up so hurry to the Wellness Center and get in before it is too late! For more information contact Jason Carroll at 284-8518.

September 9, 2003


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