Students celebrate "Beat Manchester Week" with free entertainment, activities

September 02, 2015

Bubble soccer

Trine students participated in Kan Jam, Spikeball, Corn Hole and Bubble Soccer (pictured) last night before cheering women's soccer to a 3-1 victory. Other attractions at the event were a Beat Manchester Fun Zone, live music by TJ Gabet and free Trine sunglasses to the first 50 students in attendance. 

Beat Manchester Week continues Thursday, Sept. 3 as Thunder football takes on Manchester at 7:30 p.m. Special activities beginning at 6 p.m. will include Kan Jam, Spikeball, Corn Hole and free Trine spirit gear to the first 50 students in attendance. Activities and contests will continue during halftime, followed by a postgame fireworks display. Photo by Lindsey Mechalik, associate sports information director/multimedia specialist. 

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