WARSAW SPORTS BUSINESS CLUB

Events

Upcoming Events 
Title Organization Date/Time
Warsaw Sports Business Club - Meeting 3, Featuring Andy Dolich WSBC 10/31/18
6:00pm-7:30pm
Warsaw Sports Business Club - Meeting 4, Featuring Bill Reinking WSBC 11/14/18
6:00pm-7:30pm


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Members of the Warsaw Sports Business Club put on two community based events every spring. These events provide an excellent experiential learning platform in the areas of sponsorship, marketing, and operations, as well as broader event planing and leadership experience.

 

WARSAW HOOPFEST

Formerly known as the KIDSPORTS Invitational, Warsaw Hoopfest is a coed basketball camp for Oregon youth.

 

Throughout the day the athletes will learn important lessons on sportsmanship, teamwork and integrity all in Matthew Knight Arena. During their time with us, the players will be involved activities designed to enhance their game. 

 

In addition to team play, participants and families will have the opportunity to hear from members of the UO Athletic Department to get insight on why it is important to be an respectable athlete. 

 

Our goal is to help re-focus our sports communities by teaching young people the importance of sportsmanship, leadership and respect in the world of athletics. Tournament proceeds are donated to the Emerald Scholarship Fund and the Stephen Dember Memorial Scholarship Fund. More information can be found by clicking here.


YOUTH MOVEMENT

Founded in 2012 and inspired by Nike N7, Youth Movement is an annual interactive field day event for Native American youth across the state of Oregon, and the United States. The kids who participate receive a full day of competitive team sports while utilizing the incredible facilities at the University of Oregon. 

 

This event, put on by WSBC and the Native American Student Union (NASU), is now entering its 7th year and continued growth is on the horizon, with a total of 8 universities participating. The schools involved are: the UO, the University of Oklahoma, Oklahoma State University, University of Washington, Oregon State University, Southeastern Oklahoma State University, Stanford University, McMaster University, and Arizona University.

 

Click here to learn more about N7 and Youth Movement.