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The what, where and why of Tribe fanhood

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August 20, 2015

7:34 PM

As you begin your time at William and Mary during orientation, remember to have fun during your time here. If watching home sports sounds appealing, we at Flat Hat Sports have assembled a guide to three different questions you may have: What should I watch, where can I watch, and  why should I watch?

What to watch

From the soccer pitch to the basketball court, to the baseball diamond to the gridiron, past and present athletes at William and Mary have garnered a lot of attention and recognition over the last calendar year, and are set for another record-breaking, awe-inspiring year in 2015-16.

Where to watch

Supporting home athletic events is one of the best ways for incoming freshmen and transfers to quickly assimilate into the William and Mary community. The Tribe competes in several places on and off campus, with renovations and new developments popping up nearly every season. This guide provides background to the facilities where both old and new fans of the College gather to cheer on the 23 NCAA Division I sports programs here at William and Mary.

Why to watch

We’ll call this “Sports Orientation”_– prepare yourself to receive loads of information in a short span of time. This is just like regular orientation, except without the screaming OAs.

You may now be asking yourself “When can I watch?”. For that answer, the schedules are available on Tribe Athletics’ website for all 23 Division I sports as well as in our scoreboard each week in the print edition.

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