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Compete or cheer with fellow students at this Fall 2023's badminton single tournament. Anyone can play in the open league, and women have the option to play in either the open or the Women's tournament. This League will take place over 6 weeks, 4-week regular season with a 2-week playoff. Each team will have 1-2 games scheduled each week in the regular season, each game scheduled for 30 minutes. Playoff commitment will be determined based on performance. The schedule is each Friday from 1.00 to 4pm: Open Division at 1:00 & 1:30 AND 2:00 & 2:30pm. Women Division at 3:00 & 3:30pm.

The captain's meeting is scheduled on August 29th at 3pm in RCW Multipurpose Room. Everyone who has a team must attend. 

This is a great and enjoyable intercultural opportunity to meet new international and domestic friends. Join us! 

Sign up via IMLeagues beginning August 7 at 9:00am until August 28 at 11:59pm. Brought to you by University Recreation and Intercultural Programs

Sign up here.

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800 W. Campbell Road, Richardson, Texas 75080-3021

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