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Encyclopedia of Baldwin Wallace University History: Sports - I

An Index of Historical Content and Their Sources

Intramural Sports

Citation: Ruth L. Thomas and William E. Waters, eds., Grindstone (Berea, OH: Baldwin-Wallace College, 1980), p. 146.

Intramural sports are one of the keys to school spirit. The main idea of the intramural program is for people to have fun, although some teams take the games very seriously. It gives people with all levels of ability the chance to participate in sports. There were many events to get involved in, including the following: men's track, men's swim meet, wrestling, co-ed volleyball, women's flag football, men's football, men's basketball, bowling, racquetball, foul shooting, co-ed doubles tennis, men's tennis, co-ed basketball, WRA swim marathon, golf, softball, ping-pong, foosball, and billiards. Special thanks must go to the faculty and students who organized and officiated at the games. Their dedication made this excellent program possible.