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YU Facilitates He’Atid Sports Day

Some YU student athletes and coaches traveled to Yeshivat He’atid to join them at their Lag B’Omer Sports Day. Shmuli Goldis, YU’s best-ever baseball player who holds the YU record for batting average in a season (he hit.400 in 28 games in the 2016 season); Gavriela Colton who plays volleyball at YU and was on the Maccabi USA team that played in Chile at the Maccabi Pan American Games; and Coach Pransky the YU men’s head soccer coach. They spent the morning with the kids playing soccer, football, capture the flag and doing a boot camp-style obstacle course.

Coach Pransky viewed the day as a success. “Our thanks to Yeshivat He’atid for inviting us to come over to Bergenfield to play with the school. The kids jumped right into the games and it was an amazing morning. It was great to see them build confidence at the obstacle course and take the games seriously enough that everyone had fun. Hopefully some of them can come play for us one day!”

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