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Sport management majors work, learn and network at Super Bowl LII

Baldwin Wallace University sport management majors experienced the Super Bowl for the sixth year in a row, with 21 students making their way to Minneapolis to turn one of the biggest sporting events on the planet into a hands-on classroom.

BW students and professor talk about their upcoming Super Bowl experience on WKYC-TV's "Donovan Live"As has become a BW sport management tradition, the week leading up to the big game was a blend of working the activities at the NFL Experience (which this year included support for the Pro Football Hall of Fame Merlin Olsen Luncheon honoring Hall of Fame coach Bud Grant and the Wilf family) and meetings with other big league sports organizations in the host city. In Minneapolis, that meant networking with executives from Major League Baseball's Twins, the NBA's Timberwolves, and Steinberg Sports and Entertainment.

Before packing their bags to go, students Matthew Roetter '19, a finance and sport management double major from Troy, Ohio and Alyssa Stroyne '19 a sport management major from Wexford, Penn. and Professor Charles Campisi talked to reporter Victor Williams for a WOIO 19 News report.

Earlier, Campisi and sport management majors, Rachael Montanari '20 from Kent, Ohio and Devin Stith '20 from Tiffin, Ohio, also sat down with WKYC-TV 3 sports and news anchor Jimmy Donovan for a "Donovan Live" talk about this unparalleled experience and other major league opportunities sport management students enjoy in Cleveland. Watch that replay here:

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