Sports Culture at WMU
Virtual Tours by Students
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Okay, so I decided that I don't know enough about sports, so I brought in the expert. Marcus, Um, can you tell us a little bit about the sports culture at Western? Um, as far as, like, tailgating in game day goes, Yeah. I mean, our football team isn't like a lead right now, but right now, a couple years ago, we had a hundred feet it season. Um, hours before the game, people are camping out, not doing anything illegal, and I don't know, It's just it's really fun to go to the games. The football games draw the bigger crowds, like as opposed to, like, basketball game of the hockey games or crazy Tio. A lot of you show for those really good hockey team. Yeah, good sports events are held all over the campus. We have, uh, obviously the student rec center, which I go to a lot of they intramural sports there. They got just like basic fitness machines and courts got a swimming pool as well. What else would they have? Tennis courts in terms of the actual football games. Those there awhile I know there's a lot of soccer games there to Boyle's ever own field for that. They also have open skate on the weekends, which is cool. They also also have a lap pool, usually, which is pretty cool. That's where I know gymnastics meets our yes gymnastics for their men's and women's basketball. They got indoor track meets their toe, Um, that that's like connected to the student rec center.