2013 ACIS Collegiate Fitness National Championships

| June 6, 2013 | 0 Comments

San Diego State University took first place; second place was a tie between Cornell University and Baylor University.

San Diego State University took first place; second place was a tie between Cornell University and Baylor University.

San Diego State University Takes First Place

San Diego State University took home the gold at the 2013 American Collegiate Intramural Sport (ACIS) Collegiate Fitness National Championships held recently at the U.S. Olympic Training Center in Chula Vista, CA. Student athletes Mike Nguyen, Jack Waddell, Aimee Orozco, and Lindsay Miller competed against student athletes from universities across the country in a series of fitness events including a Navy
Seal obstacle course, BMX bike race, beach volleyball, and even tug-o-war tournament on the former training grounds of many famed U.S. Olympians.

The annual competition is hosted by ACIS, the nation’s largest participatory college sports program with over three million student athletes in its network. ACIS creates opportunities for students, schools, and national brand sponsors to mutually benefit through sports and fitness-related programs on university campuses.

The 2013 ACIS Collegiate Fitness National Championships is an opportunity for top-performing college athletes across the country to challenge themselves in friendly competitions and to be rewarded for their hard work. The event will be aired in its entirety on Fox Sports San Diego and other national Fox network affiliates.

For additional information on the ACIS 2013 Collegiate Fitness National Championships and the champions, visit http://www.acisports.com.

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