Presidents Pickleball match showcases the new Rec Sports Field House
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Tracy Vosburgh, Senior Associate Vice President for University Relations, challenged President Tim Sands and Frank Shushok, Vice President for Student Affairs, to a game of Pickleball at the newly built Rec Sports Field House.
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