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Written by Mahssa Mostajabi
It is highly recommended that all students attend the home football games, and also the basketball and baseball games when possible. Tech consistently fields one of the country's best baseball teams and has garnered four national college football championships, the last of which came in 1990. Tech's basketball program has seen the likes of Stephon Marbury, Kenny Anderson, Matt Harpring, Mark Price, and Dennis Scott come through its college program to eventually play in the NBA. The baseball team has had perhaps the most consistent success of all the sports programs and has produced modern big-league players such as Nomar Garciapara, Kevin Brown, and Jason Variteck. Sporting events are always great fun for students to attend, and they really complete the college experience for the Tech student.
In addition to varsity sports, intramural sports are made available for all students and offer great social opportunities for fun and games. IM sports are very popular among the students and include basketball, ultimate Frisbee, racquetball, and flag football. Club sports-sports teams that do not have enough support to achieve varsity status but are still funded by the Student Government Association-are also available. Club teams travel to other colleges and play against other club teams in their respective sports. Club sports at Georgia Tech include rugby, rowing, lacrosse, and wrestling.
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