'Vikings on Wheels' takes over the Rec Center to raise funds for adaptive sports programs at WWU

  • competitors give a high five
  • The action was fun and competitive. WWU photo/Rose Carr
    WWU photo/Rose Carr
  • Waiting for a rebound
  • You miss every shot you never take! WWU photo/Rose Carr
    WWU photo/Rose Carr
  • Maneuvering up the court  WWU photo/Rose Carr
    WWU photo/Rose Carr
  • Victor E. Viking  and his peer mascot from the Bellingham Bells look on  WWU photo/Rose Carr
    WWU photo/Rose Carr
  • practice makes perfect   WWU photo/Rose Carr
    WWU photo/Rose Carr
  • Victor takes a shot   WWU photo/Rose Carr
    WWU photo/Rose Carr
  • Victor's eye view of the action WWU photo/Rose Carr
    WWU photo/Rose Carr
  • Scoreboard and scorer's table, WWU photo/Rose Carr
    WWU photo/Rose Carr
  • Looking for an open teammate
  • playing D

Western Washington University's Campus Recreation Department hosted the university’s first-ever wheelchair basketball tournament on Saturday, April 14 at the Wade King Student Recreation Center. The event, called Vikings on Wheels, was open to everyone (people with and without disabilities) and all skill levels. All event proceeds went to Campus Recreation’s efforts to provide additional adaptive sports opportunities at Western.

Monday, April 16, 2018 - 11:35am

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