A fall-themed ALT Night at Cedarville:
Cedarville kicks off its second ALT Night of the semester with a G-MAC tournament between the CU Lady Jackets and defending champion Trevecca on Friday, Oct. 28. The Student Government Association also hosted Battle of the Classes between the class of 2017 and class of 2018 during the game, encouraging seniors and juniors to beat the opposing team in attendance at the game. Two showings of Captain America: Civil War in the Stevens Student Center followed the Lady Jackets’ victory.
The Lady Jackets serve. [photo: Priscila Gonzalez]
Students cheer on their fellow Jackets as the team makes a score.
Captain America and Agent Romanoff make an appearance at the game. Students were encouraged to dress as their “favorite superhero” in light of ALT II’s theme. But all costumes were welcome.
Junior student Luke Joy dresses as a banana fan. He and his fellow fruit in crime, junior Luke Grant, attended the game with whiteboards displaying clever banana puns.
The costume invitation was not limited to just students. [photo: Priscila Gonzalez]
The senior class shows their pride during the game. [photo: Priscila Gonzalez]
Cedarville students start a “rollercoaster” in the bleachers as they cheer on the Lady Jackets. [photo: Priscila Gonzalez]
Middle hitter, senior Rachel Krikke, making a serve.
Outside hitter, sophomore Faith Ferris, reacts with excitement as the Lady Jackets continue to take the lead.
CU President Dr. Thomas White joins the students and leads them in cheering on the team.
The Lady Jackets huddle around women’s volleyball head coach, Doug Walters.
More plays by the Lady Jackets.
Junior Vincenzo Morrone (right) and freshman Alex Weber (left) cheer ecstatically as the Lady Jackets emerge victorious against Trevecca.
Students embrace their friends on the team.
Following the game, students move to the SSC for the movie. Several line up outside the food trucks parked outside the SSC to get a bite before the movie showings.
Activities available as part of the event were pumpkin carving and laser tag. [photo: Priscila Gonzalez]
Some students opt to carve pumpkins outside instead of waiting in the lines for the movie.
The lines quickly grow outside the DeVries Theater in the SSC as students eagerly wait to be seated to see the newest Captain America movie. [photo: Priscila Gonzalez]
Students find various ways to entertain themselves and capture the moment with their friends.
Sophomore Mitchell Anderson takes plays Heads Up with his friends as they wait in line.
Doors open to the theater for the 9:45pm showing. The movie would show again later in the SSC Events Room at 11:15 pm, and the pumpkin carving and laser tag activities would be available through both showings. [photo: Priscila Gonzalez]
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