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Grab your stadium blankets, put your folding chairs in the trunk and mark your calendars because varsity sports are in full swing! Many parents will spend countless hours on the sidelines and in the bleachers to cheer on talented young athletes; however an injured son or daughter can quickly alter the mood at any sporting event. Since most games and practices take place after office hours or on weekends, when doctors are difficult to reach, parents need to know the best alternative to provide immediate care in case of an emergency.
Stony Brook University students from 12 Greek organizations and two campus life organizations will be swinging for the fences at the 3rd Annual Alpha Phi Delta Fraternity Charity Softball Tournament on October 2. This year's tournament benefits the Stony Brook Long Island Children's Hospital, the only university-based children's hospital on Long Island. The games will be played on University recreation fields throughout the event, from 2:00 pm to 9 pm.