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[VIDEO] THON 2017 Pep Rally Highlights

Although men’s gymnastics stole the show, every team that participated in the THON 2017 Pep Rally had something to offer.

Men’s lacrosse, women’s soccer, men’s tennis, women’s basketball, men’s golf, women’s rugby, men’s soccer, men’s basketball, fencing, women’s lacrosse, men’s rugby, women’s golf, men’s gymnastics, women’s basketball,  football, field hockey, and men’s swimming all brought it. The finalists were men’s soccer, women’s volleyball, and men’s gymnastics.

See some of the best moments for yourself:

Video: Trevor Hayes

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Sara Civian

Sara Civian is one of Onward State's three ridiculously good looking managing editors, a hockey writer at heart, and an Oxford comma Stan. She's a senior majoring in journalism, minoring in history, and living at Bill Pickle's Tap Room. Her favorite pastimes are telling people she's from Boston, watching the Bruins, and meticulously dissecting the My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy album. She's seen Third Eye Blind live 14 times. If you really hate yourself, you can follow her at @SaraCivian or email her at [email protected]

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