Photo Gallery: Students Play Ping-Pong for Charity

Students donated food to Brunswick’s Mid Coast Hunger Prevention Program in exchange for a chance to compete in a five-hour ping-pong tournament Saturday in Smith Union. Sam King ’14 says he organized the event to engage athletes, ping-pong enthusiasts, civic-minded students and others in an effort that would help the local food pantry and soup kitchen.

Zach Morrison ’14, in the red ping-pong shirt, won the tournament and a $50 certificate to the Frontier cafe. Adam Mortimer ’12, in the gray peace-sign shirt, was runner-up, winning a $10 certificate to the student cafe. Sixty-four players signed up for the tournament, according to King.

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