Ready, Set, ZOT!: UCI Athletics Since '65
The UCI Libraries opened its 50th Anniversary Fall exhibit titled, Ready, Set, ZOT!: UCI Athletics Since 1965, on Monday, September 28th at 5:30 p.m. at the UCI Student Center, Crystal Cove Auditorium and Langson Library. Ready, Set, ZOT! documents the dedication to excellence, commitment to success, and perseverance in the face of adversity that built today’s UCI ‘Eater Nation.
The exhibit chronicles UCI sports history, and tells the story of how a young campus achieved such impressive results through rare photographs, archival documents, and items from the UCI Athletics Department. Visitors will experience the inspiring victories, improbable come-backs, heart-breaking losses, conference and national championships, and the incredible school spirit that made it all possible.
Opening night panel speakers included:
Moderated by Mike O'Sullivan, UCI Athletics Sportscaster
About our speakers:
The program was followed by a light reception and exhibit viewing. For further information on the exhibit or opening night event, please call 949.824.4651 or email email@example.com.
The UCI Libraries Exhibits Program promotes the diverse holdings and scholarly and cultural value of the Libraries’ collections to the campus and community.
Ready, Set, ZOT!: UCI Athletics Since '65 is curated by Head of Education and Outreach Catherine Palmer and Archivist for University Archives Laura Uglean Jackson. The exhibit will be on display through April 2016 in the Langson Library Muriel Ansley Reynolds Gallery during regular library hours.
The Big West Conference was also in attendance and created a video of the night's highlights which can be seen below:
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