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‘Super Bowl Bash’ Brings Hundreds to Field House


A flat-screen TV, donated by the Residence Life Office, awaits the drawing of the winner's name from among those choosing Seattle as the victor.
A flat-screen TV, donated by the Residence Life Office, awaits the drawing of the winner’s name from among those choosing Seattle as the victor.
Weathering anticipation with a round of Ladder Golf
Weathering anticipation with a round of Ladder Golf
Students enjoy a tailgate feast provided by Dining Services.
Students enjoy a tailgate feast provided by Dining Services.
Table tennis and other games prove more competitive than the featured attraction!
Table tennis and other games prove more competitive than the featured attraction!
Forgiving fans endure a lopsided Super Bowl, projected (thanks to ITS) on a Field House wall.
Forgiving fans endure a lopsided Super Bowl, projected (thanks to ITS) on a Field House wall.

The wings and pizza were as hot as the Seahawks, the drinks were as cold as the Broncos offense, and more than 200 students enjoyed horseshoes, Ladder Golf, Water Pong and table tennis as they pre-gamed in the Field House on Sunday night. Many students stayed and enjoyed the Super Bowl (at least through the first half) as it was projected on a rear wall. As students arrived, they were able to write down which team they believed would win the big game, and, at halftime, Bronco-pickers asked if it was too late to change their entries! Rewarded for choosing correctly was Ryan K. Fisher, a computer aided product design major from Bethel, who walked out of the Field House proud, full and excited to go set up his 22-inch, flat-screen television. A big “Thank you” to Dining Services for the food and drinks, Residence Life for donating the TV, and Information Technology Services for supplying the projector.
Photos by Jeremy R. Bottorf, intramural assistant

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