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Student Organization name:

Alaska Floorball Monkeys

Student Organization Description:
Our club is a leisurely, non-professional group of players who simply like to play floorball. Since we are not a professional team and many of us are new to the game, we often play like a bunch of monkeys, but enjoy ourselves regardless. Floorball a fast-paced, indoor sport, with five field players and one goalie on each team. Each field player has a plastic stick approximately 3 feet long. The game is played with a small plastic ball, much like a whiffle ball. The aim of the game is to shoot the ball into the other team's goal. Anyone is welcome to join us and play. There are no fees or obligations. Extra sticks are available for players to borrow. Floorball is running intensive sport. If you don't feel like running, you are welcome to play goalie. We have all the protective equipment required for goalies!

Student Organization Email: AFMonks@gmail.com

Student Organization Website: https://www.uaf.edu/floorball

Student Organization Meeting Time: Mondays & Wednesdays, 5-7pm

Student Organization Meeting Location: Student Recreation Center


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