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OPSU Hosts Aggie Challenge this Weekend

Goodwell, Okla.-The Oklahoma Panhandle State University volleyball team is
hosting seven teams for the Aggies Challenge tournament set for Friday, Aug.
31 and Saturday, Sept. 1. Following is a complete schedule of the
tournament. Admission for OPSU students, faculty and staff is free with an
ID and admission for everyone else is $5 per day or $8 for the weekend.

Friday's games in Oscar Williams Field House:

9 a.m., Bacone vs. Ft. Lewis College; 11 a.m., OPSU vs. Southwestern
Christian; 1 p.m., Southern Ark. vs. Southwestern Christian; 3 p.m., OPSU
vs. Ft. Lewis

Friday's games in the Noble Activity Center:

9 a.m., Southern Ark. vs. Colorado Christian; 11 a.m., Ft. Hays vs. Univ. of
the Southwest; 1 p.m., Univ. of Southwest vs. Colo. Christian; 3 p.m., Ft.
Hays vs. Bacone

Saturday's games in Oscar Williams Field House:

9 a.m., Ft. Lewis vs. Ft. Hays; 11 a.m., OPSU vs. Univ. of the Southwest; 1
p.m., Southern Arkansas vs. Fort Hays; 3 p.m., OPSU vs. Bacone

Saturday's games in the Noble Activity Center:

9 a.m., Southern Arkansas vs. Bacone; 11 a.m., Colo. Christian vs.
Southwestern Christian; 1 p.m., Ft. Lewis College vs. Colorado Christian; 3
p.m., Southwestern Christian vs. Univ. of the Southwest


Laura Nelson

Oklahoma Panhandle State Univ.


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