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Mud volleyball mess rinses out easier than homework

Posted: September 20th, 2009

CONTACT: John Shibley, e-mail, 906-635-2314; Tom Pink, e-mail, 635-2314.



ALL THIS AND BRAINS – Lake Superior State University faculty proved their mettle in mud during an inaugural appearance in Oozeball on Sept. 13 in Sault Ste. Marie. Mich. Here is team BIO-wRECkers, derived from BIO, for the biology faculty, and REC for recreation faculty. Bio-wRECkers were this year's faculty division champs. From left are Kristen Arend, Barbara Evans, Tom Allan (diving), Ashley Moerke (all from Biology), Sally Childs (Recreation Studies), and Jason Garvon (Biology). Oozeball has been sponsored for seven years by an LSSU student-alumni organization called SAILS. (LSSU/Sean O'Mara)

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CLOSER STILL COUNTS – Lake Superior State University student Guy Angelucci stops just short of a belly-flop during Oozeball on Sept. 13 in Sault Ste. Marie. Mich. The annual competition pits students against faculty in a somewhat muddy - and watery - version of volleyball. Angelucci is a sophomore from Washington, Mich., majoring in criminal justice and fire science. Oozeball is sponsored by an LSSU student-alumni organization called SAILS. (LSSU/Sean O'Mara)

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EYES WIDE SHUT – Lake Superior State University student Jess Sanner trusts the Force during Oozeball on Sept. 13 in Sault Ste. Marie. Mich. The annual competition pits students against faculty in a somewhat muddy - and watery - version of volleyball. Sanner is a sophomore from Marquette, Mich., majoring in fire science with a minor in Spanish. (LSSU/Sean O'Mara)

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MESSY CHEMISTS – Lake Superior State University student Victoria Szlag holds teammate Shelby LaBuhn during a break in Oozeball on Sept. 13 in Sault Ste. Marie. Mich. The annual competition pits students against faculty in a somewhat muddy - and watery - version of volleyball. Szlag is a junior from Sault Ste. Marie, Mich., with dual majors in chemistry and environmental health with a minor in Spanish. LaBuhn is a junior from Bad Axe, Mich., majoring in environmental chemistry. Oozeball is sponsored by an LSSU student-alumni organization called SAILS. (LSSU/Sean O'Mara)

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HANG FIVE – Lake Superior State University student Scott Perkins sets a ball over fellow Laker basketball team members during Oozeball on Sept. 13 in Sault Ste. Marie. Mich. The annual competition pits students against faculty in a somewhat muddy - and watery - version of volleyball. Perkins is a senior from Perrysburg, Ohio, majoring in psychology with a minor in sociology. Oozeball is sponsored by an LSSU student-alumni organization called SAILS. (LSSU/Sean O'Mara)

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MUDDY-BELLY FLOP – Lake Superior State University student Josh Daniel gets downright muddier during Oozeball on Sept. 13 in Sault Ste. Marie. Mich. The annual competition pits students against faculty in a somewhat muddy - and watery - version of volleyball. Daniel is a senior from Mt. Morris, Mich., majoring in math. Oozeball has been sponsored for seven years by an LSSU student-alumni organization called SAILS. (LSSU/Sean O'Mara)

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