We were joined in the studio by the Lee University Associate Athletic Director Carmen Lastoria, President of Alpha Gamma Chi Zack, and Vice Presid
We were joined in the studio by the Lee University Associate Athletic Director Carmen Lastoria, President of Alpha Gamma Chi Zack, and Vice President of Alpha Gamma Chi Rob Bailey.
Lee University’s Alpha Gamma Chi, a men’s social service club, will attempt to break the world record for the longest softball game while raising money for Youth World Evangelism Action 2024 (YWEA24).
The game will start on Wednesday, Oct. 11, at 7 p.m. and end on Monday, Oct. 16, at 7 p.m., comprising 120 hours of play and attempting to break the record by five hours.
“The club’s heart behind this is what we’re doing it for,” said Micah Grow, Chi’s alumni coordinator. “We’re excited to participate in the club’s legacy and one of Lee’s traditions, but ultimately, we’re doing this to reach young people in Oceania in partnership with the Church of God.”
Learn more about the game taking place online at https://www.clevelandbanner.com/news/softball-anyone-lee-s-alpha-gamma-chi-to-attempt-world-record-this-week/article_42f100f5-79bc-5977-8dbc-e20ae35ce567.html#tncms-source=login