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Ultimate Frisbee Tournament to Benefit Breast Cancer

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By James Farris, Contributing Writer

Students in the MG 475 Event Management class will be putting on an Ultimate Frisbee Tournament on Saturday, Apr. 17 at 3:30pm on Kayo Field. The tournament is being held to benefit the Connecticut Affiliate of Susan G. Komen for the Cure. All net proceeds will be donated to Komen Connecticut.

The Ultimate Frisbee Tournament will be made up of 10 teams of 5 to 7 players on each team. It will be a double elimination tournament, guaranteeing every team two games. The winning team will score the big prize of the day, a catered backyard BBQ provided by Texas Road House.

Texas Road House jumped on board with the Ultimate Frisbee Tournament to become the presenting sponsor. Road House will be setting up a tent and providing the food all afternoon for participants and spectators. They will also be bringing their mascot Andy the Armadillo to provide some entertainment for everyone.

Besides the Road House food, spectators at the event can look forward to a slew of great door prizes, including an iPod Touch.

The tournament is coming up quickly and is looking to be a great time for both participants and spectators. Anyone from the UNH community who is looking for a fun day of Frisbee, some great food, and amazing prizes should come to Kayo Field at 3:30 on Apr.17. An information table will be set up in Bartels Hall from Monday Apr. 12 to Thursday Apr. 15, 2 to 4 p.m. on each day. Registration to play in the tournament can be done by visiting the table. Donations will also be accepted throughout the week at the table as well.

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