Faculty win bragging rights in softball game against students

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Faculty win bragging rights in softball game against students

Communication studies major Andrew Zander-Juarez, about to toss the ball towards home at the faculty vs students game at field #2 at Petit park. Photo credit: Patricia Perdomo

Communication studies major Andrew Zander-Juarez, about to toss the ball towards home at the faculty vs students game at field #2 at Petit park. Photo credit: Patricia Perdomo

Communication studies major Andrew Zander-Juarez, about to toss the ball towards home at the faculty vs students game at field #2 at Petit park. Photo credit: Patricia Perdomo

Communication studies major Andrew Zander-Juarez, about to toss the ball towards home at the faculty vs students game at field #2 at Petit park. Photo credit: Patricia Perdomo

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Faculty members, students and alumni blew off some steam and got competitive on the field in a friendly game of softball.

CSUN’s Communication Association held it’s annual Faculty vs Students softball game Sunday, May 1, at Petit Park in Granada Hills.

The game takes place at the end of the school year just before graduation.

This year the turnout of students was not enough to play an even game, so some teaching assistants played on the student’s team. The faculty beat the students 34-11, keeping up the streak of faculty wins. After the game, players fired up the grill and satisfied their appetite.