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Pickleball Gets Competitive at Snow

First and second place teams celebrate their tournament win. Photo by Randi Bryant.

Pickleball took off on campus and students competed against each other to win first place. Students formed teams to play in pairs or one on one with each other to win prizes such as a game t-shirt and of course, a winning trophy.

The Student Body officers hosted the event and encouraged anyone who wanted a chance to play to enter the games. They had an open-gym practice day before the tournament so anyone who wanted to freshen up their pickleball skills could practice before competing.

The tournament went on the following day from 11:00 am to 2 pm, giving students ample time to compete in between classes.

Students of all skill levels participated in the tournament. They played multiple rounds in the Greenwood Student Center and the Student Body officers helped referee the games. The final winners played against each other and were given trophies at the end of the game.

Julio Morales, a Student Body Officer, helped oversee the tournament with fellow Officer Mateo Tomaszeuski. Morales said, “We had a really good turn-out. We had pickle trophies for the winners and the students had a lot of fun. We are planning on doing the tournament each semester since we’ve had a lot of positive feedback from the people who participated. Planning these events help students get to know their officers and it provides them with something fun to do. Plus, it helps the officers get to know each other.”

Students are encouraged to take part in various activities around campus. For more information to see dates and times, students can download the Snow College app or go to the Activities Calendar featured on the college website,, to get started.

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