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If you are interested in tournament bass fishing or just simply enjoy fishing we strongly encourage you to join our club. As a member, you will have opportunities to compete in bass fishing tournaments at the highest level of collegiate bass fishing as well as competing in our USA Fall College Series – the only collegiate trial in the south hosted during the fall. Participation is open to students, faculty, and staff from the USA community. Please be aware that as college students, we do not have enough boats to accommodate every member at every event. We do, however, give every member an opportunity to get on a boat and fish.
- Opportunities to better your fishing skills
- Opportunities to fish FLW National Guard tournaments, BoatU.S. tournaments, College B.A.S.S. tournaments, as well as other collegiate
- Affiliations with Association of College Anglers (ACA) and Collegiate Bass Anglers Association (CBAA)
- Affiliations with sponsors(see sponsors page)
- Opportunities to meet and develop relationships with fisherman from other colleges
- Opportunities to meet and develop relationships with people in the collegiate and professional bass fishing community
USA Cricket Club is an on campus sports organization formed to provide an opportunity for students at South Alabama to indulge and experience the game of Cricket. Also to facilitate enthusiastic Cricket players with best amenities which could further enhance their skills of the game.
Our club organizes tournaments every semester and ensures that fun as well as passion is incorporated into the games. It is our accomplishment that all these years we have been successful in managing these tournaments smoothly with more than 150 students directly or indirectly participating in it.
Our goal is to also promote, encourage, and develop interest, knowledge and understanding of the game of cricket throughout university students. Members of our club continuously strive to incorporate every possible means that could help improve the future of Cricket at the University of South Alabama.
University of South Alabama's Quidditch Club/Team was formed in June of 2011 initially as an effort to keep the spirit of Harry Potter alive.
The sport's vast influences of basketball, rugby, flag football, lacrosse, dodgeball, and even water polo, served as a plateau of interests that reached to a demographic of all ages. There is a rising demand for college Quidditch, and the Board has stated that they are considering making Quidditch an NCAA sport. With the amount of physicality growing within the sport, it won't be long until it gets the recognition it deserves.
As a brand new sport to the school, USAQT will be starting with pockets of loose change and high spirits in hopes of qualifying for the Sixth World Cup in April of 2013. Neighboring schools such as Auburn University, University of Alabama, Southern Mississippi University, LSU, University of New Orleans, Florida State University, Florida Atlantic University, Georgia State, University of Tennessee, Texas A&M, University of Texas, and Texas State University are just a few examples of the 2000 currently active College Quidditch Teams.
Ben Posey (President)
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