WU holds the end of the season football tailgate

Khoa Huynh, Content Creator | November 7, 2022

Gracyn Evan, a cheerleader and senior in business and marketing, enjoyed the final football game between Washburn University and Pittsburg State University. The Washburn cheerleaders, dancers and trumpeters did their best. Saturday, November 5th, was the last home game of Washburn University, who played against Pittsburg State University. Although the weather was cold and wet, the players, players and spectators made the weather hotter than ever as this was the last home game of the year. Fraternities, sororities, Washburn alumni, sports fans and performers celebrated through cookouts and get-togethers. The parking lots were packed with people for the pre-game festivities. Regardless of the game, the party was fun. Matthew Smoker, president of Washburn Sigma Phi Epsilon, presented some of the activities he and his brothers used to do during this time. “During tailgates, we always grill food and socialize with friends, family and Washburn SigEp alumni. We occasionally bring games like the corn hole to play. This season we were joined by some of our alumni to help facilitate the tailgate,” Smoker said. Lots of food like salmon, sausage, brats and beef with different flavors the smoker is ready to enjoy and share during the tailgate. “It was an amazing opportunity to network with alumni and build relationships at these tailgates,” Smoker said. “We are very grateful to our students who helped us put this all together and have such a great atmosphere. We are excited to do it again next year.” At the beginning of the tailgate, many cheerleaders and dancers show off their talents with jumps, jumps and jumps. Acting and interacting with others at the tailgate he is the best thought of any single Washburn player. Graycn Evans, a cheerleader and senior finance and business major, shared her thoughts on bullying. yes last home game. “I’m sad the football season is already over but it’s been such an amazing experience. I’m sad that I’m a senior and it’s all coming to an end,” Evans said. “But I can’t wait to Here’s what baseball season has in store for us and the future.” Although football season is over, basketball season is right around the corner and Washburn continues to provide a great atmosphere for fans. Edited by LeSha’Davis and Glorianna Noland

Gracyn Evan, a cheerleader and senior in business and marketing, enjoyed the final football game between Washburn University and Pittsburg State University. The Washburn cheerleaders, dancers and trumpeters did their best.

Saturday, November 5th, was the last home game of Washburn University, who played against Pittsburg State University. Although the weather was cold and wet, the players, players and spectators made the weather hotter than ever as this was the last home game of the year.

Fraternities, sororities, Washburn alumni, sports fans and performers celebrated through cookouts and get-togethers. The parking lots were packed with people for the pre-game festivities. Regardless of the game, the party was fun.

Matthew Smoker, president of Washburn Sigma Phi Epsilon, presented some of the activities he and his brothers used to do during this time.

“During tailgates, we always grill food and socialize with friends, family and Washburn SigEp alumni. We occasionally bring games like the corn hole to play. This season we were joined by some of our alumni to help facilitate the tailgate,” Smoker said.

Lots of food like salmon, sausage, brats and beef with different flavors the smoker is ready to enjoy and share during the tailgate.

“It was an amazing opportunity to network with alumni and build relationships at these tailgates,” Smoker said. “We are very grateful to our students who helped us put this all together and have such a great atmosphere. We are excited to do it again next year.”

At the beginning of the tailgate, many cheerleaders and dancers show off their talents with jumps, jumps and jumps. Working out and interacting with others at the tail end is every single Washburn athlete’s favorite pastime.

Graycn Evans, head cheerleader and senior in finance and marketing, shared her thoughts on tailgating before the final home game.

“I’m sad the football season is already over but it’s been such an amazing experience. I’m sad that I’m a senior and it’s all coming to an end,” Evans said. “But I can’t wait to Here’s what this basketball season has in store for us and the future.”

Although football season is over, baseball season is right around the corner and Washburn continues to provide a great atmosphere for sports fans.

Edited by LeSha’Davis and Glorianna Noland

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