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Question by Tommy
Submitted on 3/21/2004
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Where was the first College pinball team, and where was it played? Also what colleges played?

Answer by Jersey City State College
Submitted on 3/29/2004
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Answer by Tom Tilt Williams
Submitted on 4/10/2004
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The only two colleges to respond to the challenge were Monclair State, and St. Peters. Jersey City State was the winner in both varsity and junior varsity. Steven's Tech of Hoboken , would not stoop so low. Bunch of egg heads there. Had no incite as to what the future might hold in terms of grants and scollarship etc for the nerdy. Battle Bots etc today would have qualified under sports grants etc. but they seemed to have reserved sports exclusively for the NCAA. A large mob controlled betting organizaiton. Basically child molesters.


Answer by nobody
Submitted on 4/27/2004
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Sport = atheletics
That is the equation of higher education. Despite the fact the news and others called it sports it is not include as an all time record their as the mob know as the NCAA which decided atheletics , decided sports is the same thing. Thus their jursidiction. Some of us are unimportant. ALL MOB CONTROLED
We should have had a half time show and someone pop a boob, that would have made it a sport.


Answer by Michelle D
Submitted on 7/12/2004
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HEY!!!  I was on that team.  We were undefeated and there weren't many colleges 'up for the challenge'.  All comers who took on the JCSC Wizards hopped their buses in shame and slithered home in disgrace after the matches.  [Especially because there were women on the team that beat them ALL quite soundly.]

I wish we had a copy of the TV footage that was aired on the NJ Network when we played.  Oh yes, it's legitimate sport, just like ribbon dancing and ballroom dancing *Hey, if they can get to the Olympics so can pinball*

Ready to pick up the torch for the team again,

Michelle D

*actually, I think there was a boob or two popped between games, but in those days it wasn't a big deal*

Talk about higher education.  


Answer by nobody
Submitted on 9/10/2005
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I told that saucebox Michelle she should have been a cheer leaderas she had a great body, but no she wanted to play. Just another women's liber pushing the Captain around. So some wimp with acne had done the cheering from the math department.


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