Badminton Club Gears Up for Inaugural Tournament

Badminton Club Gears Up for Inaugural Tournament
Badminton Club Gears Up for Inaugural Tournament

A brand new Recognized Student Organization, the University’s Badminton Club is charged as much as host its first event this weekend for all members of the Charger group.

October 27, 2023

By Anchal Bhatia ’24 MBA

Members of the University’s Badminton Club outdoors the Beckerman Center.

One of latest Recognized Student Organizations (RSOs) on the University of New Haven is the Badminton Club. It was fashioned in Spring 2023 by the membership’s president and vp, Shirdi Kummarakuntla ’24 M.S. and Sudhanshu Sunke ’24 MBA, respectively, who hope to encourage sports activities lovers to hitch the galore of this sport.

The Badminton Club is ready to host a badminton event, open for all college students on Saturday, October 28, on the Beckerman Recreation Center, in co-sponsorship with the African Graduate Student Association. The occasion will start at 10 a.m.

The membership welcomes Chargers who’re skilled in addition to newbies with an aspiration to be taught all concerning the sport, in addition to those that are trying for an thrilling day on the Beckerman Center. The event is open for all gamers from any degree and background who can dive in as a single participant or merge with doubles or combined doubles.

The membership is all set to offer its event members with all of the important tools for the game.

“All members of the University group, all you should do is hold your Beckerman Recreation Center membership helpful,” says Kummarakuntla. “The event is open to all the scholars, college, and workers with no restrictions on the age teams.”

‘More than only a sport’

There are entry charges, which differ for the variety of folks collaborating. The membership encourages registration by Friday, October 27, earlier than 6 p.m.

“The event is greater than only a sport,” says Rydham Bhanushali ’24 MBA, the social media advertising and marketing head of the Badminton Club. “Every smash, each serve, each rally on this event might be at least a testomony to our membership’s spirit and fervour.

“As a member and an avid badminton participant, I see this as a golden likelihood to bridge bonds, hone expertise, and ignite the badminton fever on the University of New Haven,” she continued. “We encourage you to step onto the court docket with us and to create reminiscences that we’ll cherish ceaselessly.”

The Badminton Club is actively taking registrations and would like to see your ardour on this event. The membership may be contacted by way of electronic mail at [email protected] Their lively presence on their Instagram profile, @unewhavenbadminton, is one other means to contact the membership and keep related with them.

Anchal Bhatia ’24 MBA is a candidate within the University’s MBA program.

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