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UOG exhibits varsity teams at annual Triton Night

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UOG Triton Night was held last night at the UOG Calvo Field House. This was the 4th time the event was held inviting alumni, faculty, students and fans of volleyball came out to support the team competing in this season's Guam Women's College Volleyball League.

Doug Palmer, UOG Athletic Director, said, "We also introduced the other varsity teams that we have and made sure people know how well that they are doing. So we really try to let people know what the Tritons are all about. We have a great university and a great athletic department and this is one of the times that we get to showcase it and get it out there. We have free t-shirts and we free food to get people to come out and you can also get your pictures taken.

"We have a DJ putting out music so we really try and make it a special event and do some extra stuff. Sorry we can't do it every night and get a bigger crowd because it cost too much money but we want to do it at least once a semester and we are going to try and do it for all of our sports so that everybody has a chance of having a Triton night and getting extra people out to the games."

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