Roger Thayer Stone Center For Latin American Studies

Tulane University

LAGO Soccer Tournament Fall 2014

October 18th, 2014
10:00 am-5:00 pm

LBC Quad in front of LBC building on Uptown Campus.

The Latin American Graduate Organization (LAGO) is ecstatic to announce this year‘€™s 6 vs 6 Soccer Tournament on Tulane University‘€™s campus! Join us for a full day of soccer, good food, prices, and most of all good people!
Team registration and $25 team deposit deadline is October 3rd. The games will be played on the LBC Quad in front of the LBC building and a (new?) champion will be declared by 5:00pm.

There will be prizes for the winning team and post tournament celebration!
Please come out, support, and join us in one of our very favorite annual activities.

When: Saturday, Oct. 18, 2014; Time: 10:00am-5:00pm

Where: LBC Quad in front of LBC building on Uptown Campus.

Team Size: 6 vs 6 (includes goalie) 10 player maximum; and a minimum of 2 women on the field at all times.

Tournament Size: 8 Team Slots Open with a 2 games guarantee.

Who: Any Tulane Undergrad, Grad, or Community Group.

For more information and/or questions email Jesús Ruiz at Please register directly at the following link:

We hope to see you all on October 18th!






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