IM Sports

The IRC IM sports program is the pride and joy of the William and Mary International Relations Club. Or at least, it’s this Director of Communications’ pride and joy.

Comebacks galore, close finishes, kickin’ ass… oh, and there’s that whole “having fun” thing, too. This fall season, the IRC WMDs are participating in both a softball and indoor soccer league. They also were one of the top half finishers in a day-long kickball tournament hosted by Rec Sports.

Now, the IRC WMDs have had this reputation of being awesome. Which is completely legit.

However, they’ve also somehow gotten this reputation of not really showing up – this latest trend has been nipped in the bud by the amazingness that is the Class of 2014. Freshmen are showing up by the bundle, and the records are proving it.

For the first time in recent memory (not really, but let’s pretend it is, so that it sounds more impressive), we have a winning record in soccer (an undefeated 3-0!), a barely-losing record in softball (a 1-2 start, only partially due to a forfeit), and a solid 1-1 effort put forth in kickball.

So c’mon out! We always have fun. Our next games are:

Sunday, September 26, 10:00 PM, Busch Fields for softball;

Monday, September 27, 7:45 PM, MAC in the Rec Center for soccer.

Startle us with your IRC pride!

Next Meeting Tuesday, September 21

Come on down to Small 111 on Tuesday at 7:30 PM to hang out with the IRC! Fun, food, and a 4.0 GPA guaranteed. Minus the food and the 4.0 GPA. We’ll be talking about our brand new MUNtor/MUNtee awesomeness, the success of WMOCMUN (this Sunday, September 19 at 10:30 AM), and so much more. You don’t want to miss it.

And even if you do, you should still come because you don’t want to make us sad. We had some kickin’ attendance at the last one, so join the masses! We all know that all the cool kids are doing it.

And if you’re still not convinced, we saved the best piece of news for last – Club Dinner at 6:30 right before in Lodge! Come meet the hungriest of our club members as we talk about international relations, sports, and what we did last weekend. It really is quite the experience.