intercollegiate

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  • This was the first intercollegiate football game played in the deep south.
  • Around this time separate intercollegiate rules were developed for men and women.
  • It is still usually regarded as the first game of intercollegiate football.
  • The university fields six men's and nine women's intercollegiate teams.
  • These decades also saw an increase in cricket-playing at the intercollegiate level.
  • He created four paintings, each representing major turning points in the intercollegiate game.
  • Football, basketball, and other team sports were offered at the intercollegiate level.
  • The school has been involved in intercollegiate sports for many decades.
  • The first intercollegiate tournament to take place in America was a cricket tournament.
  • Unlike intercollegiate sports, international amateur sports are run by a variety of organizations.
  • These same institutions often compete as members of an intercollegiate athletic conference in some sports.
  • College baseball is baseball that is played on the intercollegiate level at institutions of higher education.
  • The intercollegiate program is for students who are interested in being part of a competitive sports team.
  • Study abroad programs and intercollegiate sports were also added in the 1970s.
  • Many of these teams are highly regarded and compete against Intercollegiate teams from across the US.
  • The sports of American football and Canadian football evolved from these intercollegiate games.
  • Almost one third of full-time TLU students take part in one of the intercollegiate sports.
  • The university has a diverse number of intercollegiate club sports teams.
  • The clubs compete against other Intercollegiate club teams around the country.
  • Pitt has had a long history of success in other intercollegiate athletic events.
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