Wacky Wednesday (With a Chance of Discs)


Ok, so for the past few months, I have been talking almost exclusively about secrets of Cedarville probably below most of your conscious levels.

Tonight I’m going to bring up a subject that you’re probably more aware about- but maybe still don’t know that much about:


That’s right, I said it.

One of the most highly anticipated tournaments of the intramural year, the one proven to cause the most frustration, agony, and heartbreak.

But I’m not just talking about any old frisbee team.

I’m talking about club frisbee.

You know, that team that plowed through everyone in the A and B intramural leagues on their way to the championship, while still claiming that “just played pickup” now and then.

Yes, that team. Plus about 25 more guys.

Cedarville’s club frisbee team is a highly talented group of men who desire to glorify God through crushing their opponents in disc-related activities.

Ok, I know that sounds kind of violent, but hey, who wouldn’t like to break bones for God?

Just kidding.

On a more serious note, Cedarville stormed their way to nationals in the frisbee league after forming an official club last year. They ranked fifth in the nation for Division III, and finished in eighth place nationally.

Oh, and I suppose this would be a good time to mention I am on the team this year.

Please pause from throwing your tomatoes at me to hear one last comment: We need you!

At our home games that will be held next spring, we need you, Cedarvillians, to come and cheer us on! One of the things we love the most about Cedarville is our strong home crowds! Brave the frigid temperatures, and come out and support what we know is secretly your favorite sports team!

Our team name this year is the Swarm.

Come swarm our sidelines this spring, and you’ll be rewarded by amazing plays.

I guarantee it.

Well, as much as I can guarantee any sport in which you’re constantly throwing plastic discs into 30 mph Ohio winds.

Until next time,



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