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THON Dodgeball Tournament

As the great, seven-time ADAA all-star Patches O’Houlihan once said “if you’re going to become true dodgeballers, then you’ve got to learn the five D’s of dodgeball: dodge, duck, dip, dive and…dodge!”

These skills will be necessary for those brave enough to sign up for THON’s annual Dodgeball Tournament. This year’s tournament will be held on Sunday, Novermber 6th at the Multi Sports Facility (next to the BJC on University Drive) from 12-4 p.m. Registration will be this Wednesday, October 26, in the HUB. Each registered team must be complete teams of 6 to 7 people. Registration price per team is $60, with all proceeds benefits THON!

The tournament is open for anyone- committees, orgs, clubs, etc., and is a fun and easy way to raise money for THON. Registration includes a t-shirt for each participant and if you’re lucky enough to be finish in the top 3, then additional prizes will be given out to those team members. So come out and throw some dodgeballs at your friends FOR THE KIDS!

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