All about sports.mp4
Virtual Tours by Students
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I'm on my way to an intramural soccer games, so I feel like it's an appropriate time. Talk about sports here at the University of Rochester. So we are a division three, and so for more sports like baseball, basketball, soccer and football, wear Division three team. So for anyone who's wishing try out for the varsity team. I always try out to the beginning of each year that you contrive for the team. For those who don't think they won't make the commitment to be other D three team, you have intramural sports, which is the one that one's on participating. So we have those for a lot of sports, just gathering a team together and playing. We also have clubs, sports teams, which we have for most sports. We can also join and just play more completely than intramural play against other schools. Let's compared with that of our seas force, of course. Along with sports such as basketball, baseball and other usual sports college campus, we'll support just squash. Different, weird sports and fun sports as well that you could play here. The University of Rochester so obviously options along, not limited to some specific sports. You could definitely try the law things when you came here for different activities in different sports, they can play. So to give you a better sensible it's like to be a student athlete of this university. I'll go over to my friend Tommy's room who's a soccer player here at the university toe, asking some questions about what it's like. Hey, Tommy, what's up, Tommy? Or years a student athlete of the University of Rochester, you'll be talking about what it's like to be a student. Now, Tommy, I want you to do Hi, My name's Tony Nelson from Kansas and I play soccer. We have a practice our weightlifting session for if, even if you don't, you're gonna be training by yourself. Have get your work done like faster than how would you describe the TV team Dynamics? Really great you got. You go into the school with a bunch of older guys, some of which have the same majors, you witch. I could really give you advice and help guide you through, like the struggles of, you know, coming to a new place or new college without having very many people that you know, they're it's like it's almost like a friend you just immediately put into. Do you have any advice for perspective? Perspective players? My advice would be like, Talk to the coaches, talk to the players on the team, see if, like, you gel well with them and especially with the university. I mean, you you govern the University of Rochester not only to be an athlete for the re education, and if it's not a great fit for you educationally, it's probably not.